Wandering on the streets of Barcelona, visitors often stop in front of a unique rounding shape Casa Mila – the work of architect Antoni Gaudi, built in the Catalan renaissance in the late nineteenth century.
Jazz evenings at La Pedrera Roof Terrace begins with a free visit to Espai Gaudi (the attic), where you can admire the iconic work of Gaudi’s architecture. After that, visitors are served with a welcome drink for a delightful night in jazz climate and experience a romantic night on the top of the roof terrace.
L'Eixample is the biggest and most populated quarter in Barcelona, spreading between Gran Vía and Avinguda Diagonal. Bisected by Passeig de Gracia, Catalans divided Eixample into the "Esquerra" and "Dreta" (literal meaning: left and right). The area is known for its traditional apartments decorated in Catalan bourgeoisie style, as well as for its elegant […]