The Spanish city of Barcelona has many attractions, including a city beach. The Sagrada Familia is a world famous church by Gaudi. La Rambla is where many of the best cafes and restaurants are to be found. Direct flights are available from New York to Barcelona with American Airlines, Delta and United Airlines (flying time around 7 hours 30 minutes). Spanair flies from Philadelphia to Barcelona.
The enchanting city of Barcelona is a visual
delight, and has an atmosphere that combines elegance and
sophistication with provincial charm. In exploring its streets
you'll discover medieval romance in its Gothic quarter and the
awe-inspiring delights of the fantastic and sometimes outrageous
Art Nouveau architecture of Gaudi and his contemporaries.
Picasso Museum Barcelona
On Carrer Montcada, a street known for its
elegant medieval structures, two palaces dating from the 15th
century have been converted into the Picasso Museum, home to one of
the most complete collections of works from his youth and formative
years as an artist.
Guell Park Barcelona
Barcelona's famous architectural son, Antonio
Gaudi, left his mark on the city nowhere more prominently than in
the gardens of the Parc Guell.
La Sagrada Família Barcelona
One of Catalonia's most intriguing landmarks,
the bizarre Church of the Holy Family designed by modernist
architect Antoni Gaudi, was started in 1882, but it remains
unfinished and an object of controversy.
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