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Carefully planning meant we were literally the first in the queue to get into the stunning Casa Batllo by Antonio Gaudí. We raced through the first couple of rooms pretty quickly to have the place to ourselves and then backtracked later to pick up the stuff we'd missed. From Wikipedia : "Casa Batlló is a building restored by Antoni Gaudí and Josep Maria Jujol, built in the year 1877 and remodelled in the years 1905–1907; located at 43, Passeig de Gràcia (passeig is Catalan for promenade or…

Where To Find Hidden Gems in Barcelona Spain

Here's my guide to ferreting out the best hidden gems and secret spots in beautiful Barcelona Spain. These off the radar attractions in Barcelona are just as amazing as the must see sites. But with less-feted hidden gems, you can avoid long lines, bicycles, and crowds.

The Sagrada Familia is a grandiose work, architecturally complex and full of religious symbolism.Stone, brick, tile and glass come together in unimaginable (and technically difficult) architectural designs. Religious sculptures, immense stained-glass windows and a host of decorative elements are fundamental to the work. Standing out overall are its impressive towers, more than 100 metres high.

The Sagrada Familia is a grandiose work, architecturally complex and full of religious symbolism.Stone, brick, tile and glass come together in unimaginable (and technically difficult) architectural designs. Religious sculptures, immense stained-glass windows and a host of decorative elements are fundamental to the work. Standing out overall are its impressive towers, more than 100 metres high.