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Barcelona: Sagrada Família

Sagrada Família is undeniably the most spectacular architecture in Spain (perhaps in the world) designed by the ambitious Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. He devoted years of his life and effort to turn his vision of this Basilica into real life.  We came to...

Barcelona: La Boqueria

Come visit the La Boqueria market to taste the freshest fruit juices, seafood, jamon and much more. Situated in centre of Ciutat Vella, La Boqueria is one of the most visited landmark in Barcelona.We walked down La Rambla before entering the market - a tree...

Barcelona: Park Güell (II)

I have told you it's gonna be a photo essay and you can tell why. We were trying to highlight the beauty of this place as much as possible and it's hard for me to choose...

Barcelona: Park Güell (I)

The Bugadera's (Washerwoman) corridor is lined with ocean waves like stone columns - the scene was quiet but dramatic in person and pictures. We entered the Park from the North side and would bring us right to the covered walkway. Music in the Air Fresh crisp...

Barcelona: Casa Batlló

Today I'm bringing you to visit Casa Batlló - designed and built by the genius architect Antoni Gaudí. The mansion is also known as "House of Bones". Facade of the building was astonishingly beautiful with lights illuminated at night. With its wavy looking windows and balconies,...

Barcelona: Tickets

I have booked Tickets 2 months in advance and have been looking forward to our epic meal in this Michelin starred restaurant owned by Adrià brothers. Yes...

Barcelona: Mies van der Rohe

The Germain Pavilion was designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the Barcelona International Exhibition in 1929. The original pavilion was dissembled in 1930 and reconstructed in 1980s. It's one of the most studied and iconic modern architecture in history. For architectural nerds like us...

Barcelona: La Barceloneta

La Barcelona is best known for its sandy beach, W hotel, Mediterranean Sea and sexy bikini girls in summer ~ not me apparently! All I'm thinking is Paella!!! I know...

Barcelona: L’Eixample

One of the distinctive element in L'Eixample is the most beautiful sidewalk along Paseo de Gràcia - covered with hexagon paving stones designed by Antoni Gaudí. Gaudí was not only an architect, he's also the interior designer, decorator, furniture designer and landscape architect. The decorative tiles were supposed...

Barcelona: Barri Gòtic

We landed in Barcelona on late Sunday afternoon . The first thing we did was to pick up free tickets at Palau Güell . Free tickets will be given from 5-8pm until sold out on every Sunday. Palau Güell (Güell Palace) is a residential mansion designed...