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Seville Guide Petit Palace Museum Hotel
The Petit Palace Ópera Garden Hotel is a few steps from La Boquería famous Market, off Las Ramblas.
Its real name is Sant Josep’s Market, but it has become a unique attraction for those willing to really discover Barcelona’s genuine atmosphere.
Here, Mediterranean typical smells and colors meet with exotic products you won’t find anywhere else.
The Sagrada Familia is one of Barcelona’s famous symbols, and the finest example of Catalan modernist architecture.
Conceived by Antonio Gaudi, the construction begun in 1882 and its majesty crowns Barcelona from his famous circular towers, the artist's personal brand.
Don’t forget paying particular attention to the façade of the Nativity, which Gaudí achieved at his death, ensuring others might give continuity to the temple.
The Gothic District is the heart of Barcelona. Made up of tiny districts like Santa Ana and La Merced, its streets are live gothic Mediterranean art.
Here you’ll find many famous monuments and beautiful buildings like Barcelona’s Cathedral, which still preserves a piece of its ancient walls.
The Gothic District is the right place to go shopping, strolling along or having a drink.
The Casa Mila, one of the most acclaimed works of Gaudí, is popularly known by the name of La Pedrera.
Located in one of the most characteristic areas of Barcelona in the Eixample, right on Paseo de Gracia, it is a large 6-floors building arranged around two courtyards and an impressive roof.
The building represents Gaudí ‘s naturist period in full bloom, sweeping and daring.