Gerard KeyesWithout doubt this the greatest football stadium in the world. Having just been on the tour I was absolutely taken away by sheer enormity of the stadium. From the outside it looks no bigger than a 40,000 seater stadium but when you get inside you are taken away by the almost 100,000 seater stadium that awaits you. I cannot wait to come back and watch a La Liga match. The tour itself is superb giving you access to the museum to the press areas and then to all 3 levels of the stadium.
TequilaBarcelona niche recommends Colonia Guell Corona Guell Textile Village half-day tour Quell Textile Village (Colonia Guell) San Kolo Marcel Weileo (Santa Coloma de Cervello) Town in the western suburb of Barcelona. It takes less than 20 minutes from the FGC line in downtown Barcelona to Colonia Guell Coronia Guerre Textile Village, which is rarely visited by tourists, but the small Textile Village has a World Heritage Site and is well worth a visit. Coronia Guel Textile Village Colonia Guell Exiting from the FGC Railway Station and entering this quaint village, there is a feeling of being pulled back to the 19th century in an instant. There are still a lot of 19th century buildings, and there are very few residents and tourists in the town, and only a few people are seen on the road. Colonia Guell The name and origin of this is attributed to Eusebi Güell, a textile merchant who built industrial facilities including factory workers' homes. The colony quickly became a microcosm of the city, including schools, theatres, churches, cooperatives, temples, shops and houses. These buildings are still visible in the village. The main place to visit is the Quil Territory Church built by Gaudi Esglesia de la Colonia Guell. The Count of Guell commissioned Gaudi to plan a church in Colonia Güell village in 1898. In 1914, Guell was in critical condition. The Textile Village was transferred to the leadership of his children. Unfortunately, the new generation of management class lacked interest in the whole building case, so Gaudi only built the first floor and decided to leave. Although it was not built, it was completed in the cave part, but it was registered as a world heritage site in 1984 years, and it is said to be the prototype of Sagrada Familia. Gaudi studied hanging models here, and the results were eventually used to build Sagrada Familia, which, so to speak, could not be found without the Queil Territory Church. The church is small and is almost finished with a glance through the door, but it is exceptionally solemn and serene and the sun is pouring through the glass windows to add a lot of colour to the austere church. If you have the opportunity to come here, take the time to sit in a chair and feel it! Toresalwana Castle Castillo Torre Salvana There is a deserted castle not far from the Church of the Quere Territory, which looks a bit grim. Toresalwana Castle Castillo Torre Salvana is a Romanesque castle that includes an ancient defensive tower dating back to the 10th century. The castle was partially destroyed during the Catalan Civil War in 1224 and has been abandoned for centuries, also known as Castillo del infierno Hell Castle. There are many psychic events reported here, many curious people are scared to go again ~~~ Many clear "electronic voice phenomena (said to be the voice of ghosts)" are recorded there, speaking Catalan, even recorded twice in the same place, and asking for help, The cry and the female scream ...... who went in also said that there seemed to be a catch there, there was a regular bang inside. Since the castle is already deserted, friends who want to enter the expedition and visit the ruins must pay attention to safety. [Single hamburger bag exclusive small tips] 1. To visit the church of Queer Territory, it is recommended to book tickets online in advance, cheaper than on site 2. To go to Queer Textile Village, you can not use T-10 cards, because it is not in one district! So it is recommended to buy joint tickets with attractions. 3. After buying tickets online, you need to go to the FGC platform in Espana to change tickets, just show the PDF of the tickets to the staff.4. After getting off the train station, please pay attention to the foot, you will find some small footprints, rest assured to follow the small footprints, it will lead you to the destination. Sapporo More Europe Lessons, Remember to Watch Me! I am a European Traveller: Hamburger Package
_GG***81Sagrada Familia was massive, aglessive and big! It seems to have long histories in there:) i was very imressed and glad to finally see in person! sad that it was undergoing atm... but you should go there when you visit to Barcelona one day xx
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A castle ruin on the outskirts of Barcelona, do you dare to go in and find out?
Torre Salvana Castillo Torre Salvana is a Romanesque castle that includes An ancient defensive tower dating back to the 10th century. The castle was partially destroyed during the 1224 Civil War in Catalonia and has been abandoned for centuries, also known as the Castillo del infierno Hell Castle.
Torre Salvana Castillo Torre Salvana is actually a famous haunted house in Barcelona~~~
It is said that there are many psychic events happening here, many curious people are scared to dare Going ~~~ It is said that there are many clear "electronic voice phenomena (it is said to be the voice of ghosts)", which is said to be Catalan, even recorded twice in the same place, and also for help. The sound of crying and screaming by women... The people who have been in it have said that there seems to be being caught there, and there is a regular slamming sound inside.
When I first went to Barcelona in 15 years, I went there. This time I brushed Barcelona and I still have a chance to go again~~~ After many years, I found that the weeds are gone. Eerie horror.
Address: Castillo Torre Salvana