Barcelona Sights

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Casa Comalat

  • House/Mansion/Villa

At the bottom of Gràcia between the Diagonal and Carrer Còrsega, this often overlooked Moderniste house (not open to the public) built...

Casa Vicens

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Antoni Gaudí's first important commission as a young architect began in 1883 and finished in 1889. For this house Gaudí still used...

Casa-Museu Gaudí

  • Museum/Gallery

Up the steps of Park Güell and to the right, the museum is the Alice-in-Wonderland house where Gaudí lived with his niece from 1906...

Centre Moral Instructiu de Gràcia

  • Building/Architectural Site

Another creation by Gaudí's assistant Francesc Berenguer (Gràcia is Berenguer country), the Centre Moral Instructiu was built in 1904...

Gran de Gràcia

  • Neighborhood/Street

This central artery up through Gràcia would be a lovely stroll if the car and (worse) motorcycle din weren't so overpowering. However,...

Mercat de la Llibertat

  • Market/Bazaar

This uptown version of the Rambla's Boqueria market is one of Gràcia's coziest spaces, a food market big enough to roam in and small...

Mercat de la Revolució

  • Market/Bazaar

Officially the Abaceria Central, the market got its early name from the nearby Plaça de la Revolució de Setembre de 1868 just a block...

Park Güell

  • Park/Playground

This park is one of Gaudí's, and Barcelona's, most visited attractions. Named for and commissioned by Gaudí's steadfast patron, Count...

Plaça Rovira i Trias

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This charming little square and the story of Antoni Rovira i Trias shed much light on the true nature of Barcelona's eternal struggle...

Plaça d'Anna Frank

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Near Plaça del Diamant is a small square honoring Anne Frank, the young woman whose diary was published several years after she perished...

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