Discover the fantastic tour with City Tour Barcelona.
In a city so rich in culture, it is imperative to properly choose our tour type to not miss anything of what offers for tourism this beautiful city.
Here ia a list of the places you should know on a City Tour in Barcelona known also as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
What to do with City Tour Barcelona?
To start we have the Sagrada Familia. The world famous Church of Gaudi is undoubtedly the most recognized symbol of the city and also one of the most popular buildings in the world. The façade and the crypt and apse were recognized as world heritage. In this website you can check a nice city tour in Barcelona.
Then we found the Park Güell located on the Carmel mountain, the original Park Güell was commissioned by Eusebi Güell businessman to the famous architect Antoni Gaudí. A true gem of modernism which was also declared a world heritage.
We also have the Paseo de Gracia, which is one of the most significant of all Spain Street, since it houses some of the most important buildings of modernism: “La Pedrera”, Gaudí, La Casa Batlló or La Casa Mila another work of the famous architect, the Casa Amatller of Puig i Cadafalch and Casa Lleó Morera. Like wise, they can then visit La Rambla, which is one of the most important avenues of the world.
Travel links l’Eixample (which means Expansion) to the old town from Plaça Catalunya – heart of the city – to the statue of Columbus.
The user can also visit Santa María del Mar recognized Gothic church built in the 14th century. Its outward appearance although it is sturdy and solid may deceive you, but boasts an impressive interior.
Amazing experience for the city of Barcelona
Our list is also the Torre Agbar, which has quickly since its inauguration in 2005 in a symbol of the city. It is a building of phallic shape which offers a night visit to the public since it has 34 plants that illuminate for a few hours with different colors thanks to the 4,000 leds installed in the facade.
Likewise also the Palau de la Música Catalana is a mythical Auditorium, work of domènech i Montaner, also recognized as world heritage, and known to be one of the great icons of modernism. And of course go to the Cathedral of Barcelona is the ideal starting point to this medieval atmosphere that exists in its narrow streets and squares.
And finally the Camp Nou the Football Club Barcelona offers users the possibility to visit its Museum and do a guided tour through the countryside, although it would be best, attend a party, obviously.