La Sagrada Família is the most iconic building by master Antoni Gaudí. Remember to get your tickets in advance to avoid long lines.
Avinguda Diagonal sunset. European streets have this grandeur that streets in North America don't seem to have. Those tiles with that sunset lighting is so beautiful.
Torre Agbar by Jean Nouvel is located in Plaça de les Glòries.
Ceiling of Palau Güell by Antoni Gaudí.
El Palau de la Música Catalana by Lluís Domènech i Montaner is a great example of Catalan Modernism. This place is absolutely gorgeous with all the intricate details and colours. We see a lot of "minimal" architectural designs these days. It would be nice to see the merging of both of these design concepts.
Inside of Museu Picasso located in El Born district.
On the rooftop of Palau Güell.
Plaça de Sant Felip Neri in El Barri Gòtic district. The holes you see in the walls are from bullets during the Spanish Civil War.
Casa Batlló and Casa Ametller located in Barcelona's Passeig de Gràcia.
Even modern architecture has a touch of art in this city.
22@ is the newest district of the city and it is dedicated to high tech companies and start-ups.
Seafood Paella is one of the must try foods in Barcelona especially during summer time.
Passeig de Gràcia's floor tiles were designed by Antoni Gaudí.
The W Hotel appears like a mirage in between the clouds and palm trees in La Barceloneta district.
La Sagrada Família from one of the windows of Hospital Sant Pau.
La Catedral del Mar seen from one of El Born streets.
Most of the 1992 Olympic Games venues are located in Montjuïc Mountain.
View from the top of one of La Sagrada Família's towers.