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La Sagrada Familia, is the most popular and the most iconic structure in Barcelona. A UNESCO World Heritage site and Antoni Gaudi’s modernist
masterpiece. Construction has been ongoing for more than 135 years, and the surreal structure, with its rainbow-hued stained-glass windows, is slated
for completion in 2026. Even in its unfinished state, it remains an absolute must-see for every visitor to the Catalan capital.
Park Güell: Along with the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell is one of the seven Works of Antoni Gaudi buildings that together make up a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Art Nouveau wonderland adorns many a postcard of the city. Antoni Gaudi spent 15
years designing and building Park Guell with its fountains, mosaic benches, pedestrian walkways, and gingerbread house-like.
Gothic Quarter Immerse yourself in the atmospheric streets of Barcelona’s beautiful Gothic Quarter, exploring the incredible architecture, bustling bars, trend-setting boutiques and mouth-watering tapas bars that give this famous
neighborhood its unique charm. Walking through its streets you’ll have the chance to see the medieval Placa del Rei (Royal Palace), the Temple
d’August and the city’s Roman remnants and the Palatine chapel of Santa Agata.
Catedral de Valencia: Built on an ancient Roman temple that was later a mosque, the Cathedral of Valencia is a Gothic-style building, although it preserves many elements from different periods, from Romanesque to Baroque eras. The Cathedral
shows both history and art, and is dedicated since the era of Jaume I to the Assumption of Santa Maria. Its walls and doors also protect valuable treasures:
the Holy Chalice is kept in the Cathedral and the Cathedral Museum is the home to pieces by Maella or Goya. And if you enjoy panoramic views, there is nothing better than climbing the Miguelete tower. You will need to climb 207 steps, but the effort is worth it, since you will get the best panoramic views of the city.