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:"We went on the day it was free, and as the queue drew near to the unremarkable "Palace", from the moment we saw the gate and looked up at the Palace of Guell, it was surrounded by wrought iron decorations of all kinds. A heavy feeling has been felt when you see marble floors and walls, wooden framed doors, windows and iron fences. The wooden ceiling also makes it seem more calm and quaint. Into the central hall, its parabolic arches are ingeniously designed, and the arches and columns are clearly influenced by the Alhambra. The chimneys of all shapes are like a root of ice cream in the roof, and the ancestors of the bold chimneys of Gaudi's designs. The Batro House, Mira's apartments, use this design. Gaudi's love of porcelain-crushing collages are also the first large-scale use here. The curves of the staircases surround the floors. The ingenious use of wall tiles has produced unexpected expression. The stables in the basement were also novel, and the whole building looked as if he was beginning to resist the barbaric growth of the bizarre and exaggerating building, which was just his work in his 30s."
What travelers say:"The works of Gaudí in the city center are full of the design sense of nature and ocean, and are full of ingenious ideas of architecture and art. The audio guide and VR are very interesting and you can learn a lot. It is recommended to buy tickets in advance to avoid the pain of queuing."