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.
Magic Fountain of Montjuïc is a well-known complex for its water music show. It is internationally recognized as the city symbol of Barcelona. More than seven billion combinations of light and water could be made, receiving almost three millions visitors each year. If you are planning on visiting Barcelona, this attraction must be on the checklist.
Located on the top of Collserola range, Mount Tibidabo deserves to be one of the best amusement parks while having one of the oldest amusement park in the world with more than 100 years old. From here, visitors can find more than 30 attractions, which is designed for everyone, from kids to the adults.
The human being has always been drawn to heights and to admire the world from the highest vantage point. Barcelona is no exception in this case. Come with us on a tour and discover Barcelona's beauty from the top! Bunkers del Carmel Illustration 1 Bunkers del Carmel by leo gonzales | flickr One can get […]