Barcelona is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain. This Spanish metropolis is called the architectural capital of the state. Centuries-old history and modern dynamic life intersect in this city. Barcelona’s Old Town is an open-air museum of architecture. The great architect of the 19th century Antonio Gaudi worked in this city. During excursions around Barcelona, you can get acquainted in detail with his majestic creations.
The center of the city is the Plaza Catalunya, in the center of the square there are numerous attractions, cafes and restaurants. The Gothic Quarter is very popular with tourists, which combines both medieval monuments and older buildings that have been preserved since the time of ancient Roman settlements.
The city center can be divided into three districts – Via Lajetana, la Rambla and la Ribera. If you want to get to know the life of the city, we recommend you to visit these ancient quarters of Barcelona. The Moisho Palace, which houses the oldest fountain in Barcelona, built in 1367, is perfectly preserved in the old town.
Not far from the city center is the famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral (Sagrada Familia). The main architect of the Cathedral is Antonio Gaudi, the cathedral is known for the fact that it has been under construction for more than a hundred years, but the construction of the temple has not yet been completed. This Gothic cathedral is made in an unusual style inherent in Gaudi’s design. It is planned that the construction of the Cathedral will be completed in ten years.