Pay a visit to Barcelona, Spain – part of a larger series of world attractions GeoBeats. Hello, this is your host, Naomi. I’d like to show you the top ten attractions of Barcelona. Number 10 – Parc Guell. Barcelona has many great landmarks designed by the world renowned architect, Antoni Gaudí. One is the single Parc Guell. Number 9 – Plaza of Spain. It is a large square in the center of mass Barcelona. The plaza was built in 1920 for the international exhibition. Number 8 – La Boqueria, a colorful market where the locals and visitors. In addition to the freshness of the products, the presentation is very striking.
Number 7 – Casa Batllo. This Antoni Gaudi designed building has the appearance of being made from skulls and bones. Its roof is just as fascinating. Number 6 – Gothic Quarter. It is the center of the old town of Barcelona. Amidst the buildings from medieval times, you’ll feel transported back in time. Number 5 – Barcelona Cathedral, a beautiful cathedral located in the Gothic Quarter of the city. The impressive Gothic architecture dating from the 14th century. Number 4 – Beaches. Many people are not aware that Barcelona has an excellent beach scene.
The locals love to relax in one of the many great beaches in the city. Number 3 – La Rambla, probably the most famous area of Barcelona and very popular with tourists. Do not forget to appreciate the history to see street performers. Number 2 – Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera.
Here I am again, a little more closely. Look at those beautiful cast-iron balconies and colors! Luckily I’m not in construction, but on top of it. Casi.Echa out the blog post at Youssouf of Sheeplog with this foto.Para see where this photo was taken exactly, have a look at the interactive map and zoom in and out for a better overview. – koekje (stuffed sheep / friend Youssouf)
Cuddly sheep before
koekje Pata flamenco club / restaurant House – Madrid, Spain – June 6, 2007
holidays such as the time to relax and have fun after a long time working and studying hard. When considering where to spend the holidays, people often think of Spain as a great option. This is a very interesting place, with beautiful views, beaches and monuments and palaces. In this article, you get to know about Santander, one of the famous places for tourists.
Santander has a very ancient history. It was ruled by the Romans. This place was later used by the Spanish king as a resort. Alfonso XIII used to spend their summer holidays in Santander. This place was ruled by different nations have different religions and civilizations, and it is easy to see the influence of all these civilizations to the present. Residents of this city are practicing all these religions today.
Tourist Spots in Santander
The city has a port that has made this busy city for business. People work here, using the port for trade, but this has no influence on the historical background of the city. A good place to visit here is the City which is the town hall and this place is very famous for its tourist shops. In addition to the town hall, the church of San Francisco, which was built centuries ago are here.If you walk down the same road, no street where Cervantes Library casaa Museum. This building was once used as a library, but has now been converted into a museum and a library where you can find the written material of Marcelino Pelayo is a popular writer. After visiting the museum, another Landmark Cathedral is the crypt of Christ also has an interesting history. Away from the Cathedral, there is a ferry station, which is another point of interest. Pereda Park is located right next to the ferry station, that can be your next place to visit. If you want to try traditional local food, visit Malaga, which is on the beach. You will surely love the food sitting in front of the beach atmosphere. Paseo de Pereda is another historical place of the city. This building was used by Banco Santander as its headquarters.
There are plenty of other places, so it is worth watching and will remember your trip to Spain to Santander.