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Top Things To Do in Barcelona

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Catalonia's capital, Barcelona is a stunning modern port. Home to spectacular architecture such as Gaudi's Sagrada Familia, the lively vibe at La Ramblas, and artistic riches at Picasso Museum, Barcelona has something for everyone.


Camp Nou

Camp Nou è uno degli stadi più grande d'Italia. Edificato nel 1957, è casa della FC Barcelona, detto Barca dai locali. Lo stadio venne conosciuto come "la casa costruita da Kubala", un riferimento al grande marcatore (segnapunti?) degli anni 1950. Questo ungherese era talmente popolare che lo stadio non poteva ospitare tutti i tifosi che venivano a vederlo. Un nuovo stadio era costruito e adesso può ospitare 98.000 tifosi.

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Picasso Museum

Barcelona's tribute to one of its adopted sons, the Picasso Museum displays a fabulous collection across three adjoining medieval palaces. Although the famous Cubist artist was actually born in Málaga, his long artistic career started in Barcelona. Visitors to this museum will see important early works in various mediums, including engraving, lithography, and pottery. The best-known pieces on display at the Picasso Museum are the Harlequin, a portrait of one of Picasso's wives, and the Las Meninas series. Regular temporary exhibits focus on different aspects of the artist's legacy like his research on landscapes and foray into theater design. Additionally, there are some works by other artists from the avant-garde movement on display, rounding out the experience.

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Casa Batlló

Gaudi's masterpiece, the Casa Batlló is one of the most unique residential buildings ever constructed in the Modernista style. Its facade bedecked with a rainbow of colored tiles gives way to the entrance hall that evokes an underwater sojourn complete with wave-like walls, turtle-shaped skylights, and a staircase that resembles the spine of a mythical creature. The upper level Noble Floor features windows that open out onto Passeig de Gràcia and are flooded with natural light and the connected outdoor patio is a kaleidoscope of hues wrought in glass and tile. From the terrace, it's easy to understand why the house is called casa del drac locally, as the roof tiles resemble Sant Jordi's dragon. A marvelous expression of both creativity and architectural acumen, the Casa Batlló stands as a testament to Gaudi's psychedelic genius.

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Basilica della Sagrada Familia

Il Tempio Espiatorio della Sacra Famiglia è un progetto incompiuto e quello più costoso di Antoni Gaudí, il grande architetto. Questa esposizione unica comprende piante, disegni, foto e modelli collegati alla costruzione del tempio. Ci sono anche opere fatte di ferro battuto, bronzo e legno. Visitatori possono vedere come fu concepito il tempio e le sue origini. Il museo è collocato nella cripta della basilica. C’è un ascensore per andare su in una delle torri da quale si può godere una vista dell’edificio incompiuto ma splendido.

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Parco Güell

Costruito fra il 1910 ed il 1914 e oggi un patrimonio dell’umanità (UNESCO), l'obiettivo originale di Gaudì per questo parco di 20 ettari era di creare una combinazione armoniosa di paesaggi urbani e naturali costruendo delle case, giardini ed istituzioni pubbliche, ma il progetto fu incompiuto; comunque si può vedere una bella mescolanza di stili architettonici. Ad esempio, le colonne della Sala de las Cien Columnas (Sala delle cento colonne) sono puramente classiche, mentre il balcone che supportano è un esempio di stile romantico – successivamente ricoperto di piastrelle colorate in forma di mosaici.

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Barcelona Gothic Quarter

Barcelona's oldest residential district is a maze of narrow streets housing some fantastic examples of Gothic architecture. Lots of trendy young designers have opened up outlets here over the last few years, along with some classy but not too flashy restaurants, including tapas bars that fill up with the city's youth most nights. Alongside Gothic buildings like the imposing Cathedral of Barcelona, you can see the most concentrated remains of the Roman period here, between Plaça de la Catedral and Plaça Sant Jaume. The old Roman walls still demarcate the boundary between this and its adjacent districts. This spirited neighborhood, known locally as Barri Gòtic, is one of the city's most atmospheric and enchanting explorations serving up style in spades.

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Palau Nacional

Palau Nacional is one of the most spectacular buildings in Plaça Espanya and was built for the 1929 Universal Exposition, as were a lot of buildings in Montjuïc. The brainchild of architects Eugenio Cendoya and Enric Catà, the aim was to build a monumental, grandiose structure but the duo managed to surpass expectations. The Palace was restored by Italian architect Gae Aulenti and now houses the Museu Nacional de Arte de Catalunya (MNAC).

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Las Ramblas

Las Ramblas, a premier destination for both locals and visitors, stretches across central Barcelona from the Plaça de Catalunya to the waterside Columbus Monument. The popular pedestrian mall houses several notable attractions, including the Gran Teatre del Liceu and Palau de la Virreina, as well as plenty of opportunities for retail therapy. This cultural hub is lined with trees and filled with friendly crowds, particularly where restaurants offer outdoor seating amidst all the action. Whether relishing the sights and sounds of La Boqueria, one of the most spectacular markets in the world, or embracing the Catalan pace on a leisurely stroll, Las Ramblas is a must see in Barcelona.

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Mercat La Boqueria

Located within the district of Ciutat Vella, La Boqueria is the most famous and one of the largest markets in Barcelona. The city's restaurateurs make a daily visit to stock up from its wide and plentiful range of high quality fresh food. Don't miss it on your way along Las Ramblas. The place is also known for housing a number of restaurants and bar specializing in world class cuisine. It is kind of a flea market and is ideal for heavy bargaining and discounts.

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