Using extensive travel data from all around the world, we've created a list of the top 10 attractions for each city. Lists are updated with unique and seasonal attractions in real time, so be sure to check back!
What travelers say:"The night of Mila is really beautiful. I booked the tickets on Trip.com in advance. It must be reasonable to watch the VIP expensive at night. I chose the night scene and was also in the time arrangement. I always have to arrange some programs at night. VIP enters a tour guide with about ten tourists, one layer after another, the top floor is the most beautiful! Different light and shadow projection on the same building is also beautiful and intoxicating! Modern light and shadow technology makes the beauty of Gaudi's work play to the full. It would be nice if Gaudi were alive. I love Barcelona because of u! Mr. Gaudi..."
What travelers say:"Nice to see. We bought tickets online in advance. It is definitely recommended. You don't have to wait for a few hours, you definitely know you have a ticket. The moment we arrived, we were able to walk directly. However, if there is no paid part, you can see a lot. In the paid part, it is very busy, so you always have to pay attention that you can only get the best things with other tourists in the photos"
What travelers say:"The Plaza de Espana was built in 1929 for the Ibero-American World Exposition. It is a typical example of the new Renaissance architecture of Spanish architecture, epitomized by the Moorish Revival. This is a huge 270-degree circular square, with a uniquely beautiful shape, with a gap facing Maria Louisa Park, surrounded by a semi-arc red brick building, with a main tower in the center and a subtower at both ends of the arc. Around the building group is a small artificial moat, built on several small bridges, the momentum is remarkable, the square around a ring of the river around the moat, there are many exquisite shape, beautiful bridges, the center of the square is a large fountain pool."
What travelers say:"The Cathedral of Barcelona is the main church of the city, it is now located on a modest street, there is no huge square in front, although it is the main church, but its fame is completely covered by another Sagrada Familia, not many visitors come to visit the card, More likely to be devout Christians, visitors interested in cultural history can come and see it, it has its own specialty. Its history compares to most of the buildings visited in Barcelona, the church built in the 13th and 15th centuries of Barcelona's heyday. It took 150 years to build and finish, and today we see three medieval churches. The neo-Gothic facade we see was built in the 19th century. So the various parts of the church are different in architectural styles, and are completely different from the cathedrals we have seen before."
What travelers say:"Montewitch Castle (Castillox Montjuich). Barcelona Spain & Montwitch Castle: The commanding height of Monttwitch Mountains gives a panoramic view of the harbor and the city. The castle was first built in 1640 but was destroyed by Philip V in 1705. On its ruins the present Bourbon dynasties military fortress was built, occupied by Napoleon during the Revolutionary War and served as a prison during the Civil War. Montjuic Castle witnessed many social movements that suppressed Barcelona and Catalonia. The castle is now converted into a military museum."
What travelers say:"The monument is 60 meters high, commemorating Columbus' first triumphal return from America's exploration in 1942. Barcelona was the first place to hear Columbus officially announce the discovery of a new continent and depict the strange new world."
What travelers say:"The famous port of Barcelona, Spain, we wandered around the dock, just met the sailing boat to pass, the bridge opened, it is very interesting. The port blue sky and white clouds, the sailing boats, roadside also met a lot of stalls, it seems to be ready to make a fortune."
What travelers say:"A little ahead of the Columbus Monument is the Olympic Harbor, where the sea breeze is slowly, the blue waves are rippling, it is a pleasant place. The seagulls in the harbor are especially large, not afraid of people, flying leisurely."
What travelers say:"Montjuic Park is located in the center of Barcelona. We went up the hill from the Plaza de España side, and we could visit the National Museum of Catalonia, the 1992 Olympic Stadium, etc., and then all the way down to the place close to the sea."