Barcelona, capital of Catalonia
capital of Cataloniaand second largest city in Spain after Madrid, Barcelona lies 200 kilometres from campsite Le Brasilia. First tourist destination of the Iberian Peninsula, Barcelona enjoys a very important cultural, historical and architectural heritage.
Emblem of the city and tourist attraction number one in Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia counts among the most spectacular works of the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. The construction of this Basilica started in 1882, is still not completed and should continue until 2026! However, it is possible to visit the site and the views of Barcelona from the heights of the Sagrada Familia turn out to be spectacular.
This Basilica is not the only work of Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona, the Catalan architect has indeed strongly influenced the city planning. Among his other accomplishments, the Güell Park, a beautiful garden where you can see many buildings, sculptures and other ceramics of Gaudi.
Las Ramblas is another essential place to visit when you are in Barcelona. This emblematic avenue connects the place of Catalonia to the old port, dominated by the statue of the Navigator Christopher Columbus.
The Camp Nou, famous stadium of the local team of FC Barcelona, counts also as one of the most emblematic monuments of the city. The museum inside shows the various club's trophies and is todayone of the most visited museums of Spain...
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