Barcelona, ​​love you

Barcelona, ​​love you

Amazing architecture, favorite football club, friendly people and a story full of secrets - this is a city of dreams, this is Barcelona.

On every street of this fantastic city you can find something interesting and unusual. And the works of Antonio Gaudi, which are known throughout the world, are a must-have program for every tourist who has visited Barcelona. The Sagrada Familia with incredible stained glass windows and deep Christian symbolism, the House of Mila (better known as La Pedrera) with stone chimneys on the roof, the unsurpassed “bone” house of Ballo and, of course, Park Güell with a hundred and fifty meter serpentine bench covered with small pieces of multicolored ceramic the tiles.

In addition to these unique works of art, I advise everyone to visit Mount Tibidabo, which offers views of Barcelona. On the slope of the mountain is located the amusement park Tibidabo - one of the oldest in Europe. And nearby is the Temple of the Sacred Heart, which is fascinating for its beauty. By the way, Blue Tram, which was launched on the streets of the city in 1901, will help you to reach the top of the mountain.The technical condition of this antique transport is maintained the same as on the first day of departure for the route, and its speed reaches almost 13 km / h. He will take you to the funicular, where you can climb Tibidabo.
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And the main advice - before heading in this direction, do not forget to see the weather forecast, otherwise an unexpected fog for you will not allow you to enjoy the view of Barcelona.

When traveling by Barcelona, ​​be sure to check out the singing fountain show (or the Magic Fountain with Montjuic). Bright lighting, musical accompaniment, which changes from classical to modern pop, rock and electro music and a fantastic atmosphere - when it all blends together, guarantee emotions.

Another place Barcelona is famous for is Boqueria. Market XIX century. Which is considered one of the best in the world. From the number of gastronomic delicacies, eyes scatter, so be sure to try what you like best.

I am sure that during your journey there will be time to visit the Barcelona Cathedral, which is located in the heart of the Gothic quarter.Its interesting feature is that in the courtyard you will see white geese, which personify the purity of Saint Eulalia. One of the patron saints of Barcelona, ​​defending the Christian faith, was martyred at the hands of the pagans when she was only 13 years old. Therefore, geese are always 13, according to the number of years lived. The fence is always worth a large number of tourists who are trying to count and find every snow-white bird.

And, of course, another final “monument” - the stadium of the football club Barcelona -camp Nou. Almost one hundred thousandth stadium is considered one of the largest in Europe. And when the fans in one voice sing the hymn of the football club, breathing stops. For fansBarcelona- this is a magical place. Each traveler can not only visit the field itself, but also visit the players' dressing room, conference room and even the commentary booth. After that, go to the stately museum, where all the awards are exhibited.Barcelonafor different years, and from it go to the two-story store with the attributes of a football club.

And a few interesting facts. Sometimes, on the Plaza Catalunya - in the center of a big city - you can return to your childhood thoughts. How? Thanks to the man who blows a large number of bubbles into the air through a regular mesh.To the delight of not only children, but also adults.

And also, don't be surprised if there are parrots walking in the city next to the pigeons. These are not pets that have run away from their masters or are lost. They are full residents of Barcelona.

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