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Basilica of the Sagrada Familia Barcelona
#1 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Wonderful views from the tower and the basilica is great with fantastic Gaudi inspired architecture (unique tree like columns for support).
This an Amazing and wonderful landmark and the Architectural genius of the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi This is consider a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catala Barcelona
#2 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
... musical performances Saw an excellent flamenco performance; purchased tickets online Also, wonderful recital with 4 Spanish guitars Have restaurant and tapas bar on site; also a gift shop Have daytime tours
It really was a fantastic and magical visit to this stunning and beautiful landmark, and we thoroughly recommend it to anyone.
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Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic) Barcelona
#3 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
We really enjoyed our stay here: from the fabulous gothic architecture to quaint shops, food outlets, religious sites and museums (which I will endeavour to review separately) the Gothic Quarter is a must-see for...
Among other sights is the Major Synagogue and Jewish quarter, at de Marlet 5,off Dominic Street, and close to Gelaaatri Di Marco at Llibreteria 7. Marco is the son of Aldo, for those familiar with gelato in Israel.
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Casa Batllo Barcelona
#4 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
But also the logistics were great - well documented trip checkpoints, very well done app on their pads with captivating visuals, well-planned route with delightful highlights and wonderful views.
Amazing house and so creative - inspiring Worth the visit - book online to get in early and have a good view and enjoy The house changes during the day so take time to photograph through the the day - each picture...
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Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar Barcelona
#5 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
One of the two most impressive sights in Barcelona, to appreciate if you are into gothic architecture: the unending columns in Santa María are well worth a visit, since I doubt whether gothic architecture has ever...
And the rooftop tour (great cardio workout on the winding stairs...) offered even more great history and great views of Barceloneta and the neighboring Gothic Quarter.
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Magic Fountain (Font Magica) Barcelona
#6 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
... water seems to come alive and as a whole it provides a great visual effect that manages to capture your attention and awe at the attention to detail used to keep the viewer enthralled with such wonderful sights.
Brilliant free entertainment Get here early so you can appreciate the views and get a good spot it fills up quickly enough the last hour Lots to keep you entertained street artists etc while you wait Be careful of...
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Passeig de Gracia Barcelona
#7 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Passeig de Gracia is a high-end shopping street in Barcelona with wide sidewalks, beautiful buildings including Gaudi landmarks, plenty of cafes (including Starbucks & McDonald's if you're a homesick American), an...
It has everything, a couple of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Casa Batllo and Casa Mila, a selection of upmarket cafes and restaurants, high class shopping including some really good department stores and an inces...
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Casa Mila - La Pedrera Barcelona
#8 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Architecture and design is so quirky yet uniquely advanced for it's time, fantastic rooftop and views absolutely superb all around the city including probably one of the best views there is of Sagrada Familia.
... more crowded but also more colorful with better audioguide * Mila is less crowded, shows less colors but more architectural masterpieces and a large rooftop with a great view to the sagrada familia and Tibidabo
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Camp Nou Barcelona
#9 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Confortable seating, spectacular view, great museum, rich shops .. Camp Nou Is one of the best places in Barcelona .. It is a great opportunity to learn about the history of FC BARCELONA ..In brief, it's a fabulou...
A must tour for all football fans with some surprising facts on the history of FC Barcelona, the tour is a self guided one with the hire of a headset for 5 Euro, lots of things to see on the tour and amazing views...
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Vila Vella (Old Town) Tossa de Mar
#10 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
The old town is very well preserved and here you can walk follow the little streets and see the great castle and fantastic views of the Mediterranean Sea, the beaches and the town.
Lots of lovely old streets restaurants and a great history Climb up to the top for amazing views Loads of great shopping
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Sant Jeroni Montserrat
#11 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
If you go to Montserrat - which you should! - it's definitely worthwhile to take the funicular up beyond the Basilica and monastery for some amazing views and a variety of walks.
You walk through strange rock formations, with beautiful trees and spring flowers, and are rewarded with amazing views from the Mediterranean to the Pyrenees.
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Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau Barcelona
#12 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
The audio tour was excellent and we spent about 1.5hr here exploring the site and learning about the vision of the architect - I wish all hospitals through the ages had been designed with patient well being and ha...
This was my favorite of the Barcelona architectural sites we visited, being quieter and less crowded than Casa Milà and especially Sagrada Familia, yet just as interesting.
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Castillo de Tossa de Mar Tossa de Mar
#13 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Superb castle wall's and medieval experience walking through old street's with panoramic views in all directions lots of nice restaurants and places to sit and take snaps and it's all free wow
Entry is free and the view from the beach of the castle is stunning but once you access the peak by the sweeping stone road you are greeted by wonderful views of the bay area on both sides of the castle outcrop, i...
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Montserrat Monastery Montserrat
#14 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
A great day trip from Barcelona that incorporates a 1 hour train ride, a short cable car or cog railway ride to the top, a beautiful Monastery, picturesque small town and hiking trails with wonderful views of Cata...
Once we arrived at the top, we walked a well paved gravel trail through more gorgeous scenery and breathtaking views of the valley, the unusual mountain peaks, and hummingbirds, butterflies and flowers galore.
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Pueblo Medieval de Rupit Rupit
#15 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Fantastic mountain views, quaint streets and good signage to help you find the key places.
take the time to cross the wood bridge into town and then either get some lunch or walk a couple of the trails that lead you around the town and to a small church with a nice view.
La Cala S'Alguer Palamos
#16 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Templo del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus Barcelona
#17 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
We were at Tibidabo, took the tranvia,and enjoyed the playland park and beautiful church at the top of the mountain, views are spectacular and you can buy drinks and have snacks enjoying all the spectacular views...
amazing church,, amazing view and amazing architecture,... very nice and one of a must to visit! very nice... again.. a must...
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Reial Monestir De Santes Creus Aiguamurcia
#18 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Fantastic Site, Must Visit
Phenomenal Historic Site
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Ruins of Empuries Costa Brava
#19 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
The Greek and Roman ruins are on a cliff top overlooking the Mediterranean and are best explored with the free audio guide available in many different languages which really helps ring the site to life.
Roman and greek ruins and mosaics, medieval ruins nearby, big cedars and cypresses, aroma of flowers and a view of the mediterranean...hard to beat
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Palau Dalmases Barcelona
#20 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
The palace was beautiful and the room was cozy and perfect to view the show.
Book through Palau Dalmases's own websit it's easy just a bit difficult to find as a Google search pops up lots of intermediary booking sites first.
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Village Medieval de Pals Pals
#21 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Scenic medieval town Great views Best value bars are on the main road away from the square Parking easy.....
We travelled to a wonderful high quality camp site in June 2017 with our 3 children for two weeks and Pals was one of the nearby (and fantastically maintained) medieval villages.
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Castle Besalu Besalu
#22 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Amazing views, nice for picnic by the river.
The various sites around the village are well marked with plaques describing places of interest.
Cami Ronda Platja d'Aro
#23 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Bridge of Besalu Besalu
#24 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Visiting Besalu is visiting the bridge, a nice well kept monument that gives a nice view of Besalu.You can park to the Bridge side and cross it to go to Besalu, or you can prak in Besalu and visit the bridge.
If you have a car and want to visit some sights around Barcelona, I recommend a visit to the postcard scenic Medieval Town of Besalu.
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Beget Village
#25 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Saying that, it's a very charming place, medieval, quiet, rustic, with beautiful views, could easily be a film set.
I tried to capture it in photos, but that's difficult as the views are definitely a 360 degree experience.
El Born Barcelona
#26 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
From there, we were able to walk easily to most of Barcelona's main attractions and neighbourhoods - the gothic area, the beach, the central plaça de Catalunya, La Rambla, and many museums and sites throughout.
El Born has everything - excellent bars, restaurants and cafés, wide variety of boutique shops and historical sites/museums.
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Siurana Siurana
#27 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Enjoy the enormous views and peaceful atmosphere!
A stunning view at the top of the world
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Jewish Quarter Girona
#28 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
It does have a huge amount of steps and differences in height, but it houses great bars and restaurants, and stunning views of history!
... Girona, supplied us with a simple map on which she sketched out a suggested route covering the main sights, including the painted houses on the edge of the river, the Jewish Quarter and 3 churches just outside...
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Passeig de la Muralla Girona
#29 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
Excellent stroll along the ramparts of an ancient wall, to soak in the historical flavor and enjoy panoramic views of the town of Girona and the surrounding countryside.
Great day, walking along the wall, wonderful views of the mountains, and Girona but also architecture of buildings around the area which you get to view from a high level.
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Monasterio de Sant Pere de Rodes El Port de la Selva
#30 of 1,423 Sights & Landmarks in Catalonia
The former Benedictine monastery has a stunning view of nearby Port de la Selva and the sea and for four euro you can go through the ruins of the monastery and get a feel for how the monks lived and how they built...
A Spectacular Restored Monastery with superb views of The Mediterranean
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