Visiting Barcelona day after day keeps bringing up hidden surprises. There is so much to see that you just can’t possibly cover in just one trip. On a recent trip, among all the other places I have been through in Barcelona, I took some courage into standing in the queue for Casa Batlló. This fine house has been restored by the great Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. No words about this house can match the beauty of its arches, façade, colours or feel when you are inside it. The photos can speak for themselves. The rest of the photos in this post are of various other spots across Barcelona.
Casa Batlló & More
By admin | Published February 28, 2011
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