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Churches and Cathedrals
Building by Famous Architects
E30***57Sagrada Familia is absolutely amazing. When you walked out of the subway for the first time and turned your head to look at it, it definitely took my breath away. The details and its size are incredible. I bought the ticket in advance and was able to walk around before my trip. I highly recommend taking this tour because there is a lot of information and history about this church. People say that the best time to visit the Sagrada Familia is during sunset... they are right.
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
City Park
Building by Famous Architects
E30***57Nice 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
4.6/5
1,570 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Building by Famous Architects
E23***97amazing! a masterpiece of architecture, very impressive for the time when it was built and designed by the great Dali.
4.6/5
483 Reviews
Soccer Field
Stadium
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.
4.6/5
1,265 Reviews
Palace
热茶Lovely gardens below to palace to wander around for free. Thr palace is grand enough, but not everyone would want to pay to see the inside.
4.6/5
770 Reviews
Museum
velaskeOne of the best museums in the world and definitely in Spain. A must see if you like baroque art.

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About Spain

Spain, occupying most of the Iberian Peninsula, is renowned for its art and culture. The country is a favored destination for travelers enchanted by the music from flamenco guitars or the unspoiled coastlines along the Mediterranean. In Madrid, you can explore luxurious royal architecture and museums. Venture to Barcelona for some Catalan food or to see the stunning buildings designed by Gaudi. Relax on a sunny beach in Valencia, or see the haunts favored by Hemmingway in Pamplona. The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is an architectural treasure while the resorts in Palma are a great place to escape from the world. Spain effortlessly blends and ancient and the modern. Come see why it continues to entice visitors from around the world.

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