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Discover Casa Vicens, the first house built by Antoni Gaudi and his first architectural masterpiece....
...it the 4D Gaudi Experience, Park Güell, Casa Vicens, Casa Milá (La Pedrera) and, of course, the majestic Sagrada Familia...
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...kets and bohemian style of life in one of the city’s liveliest and most artistic areas. See Gaudi’s Casa Vicens as well.
...urious and interesting aspects of local history and culture. Admire an architectural work by Antoni Gaudí, Casa Vicens.
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The first building Gaudi himself built in Barcelona.
The first building Gaudi himself built in Barcelona. Can be seen only outside, as it is the property of a private owner. The only exception is May 22 every year, when it is open to 'neighbours and citizens'. In UNESCO World Heritage Sites list since 2005.
Carrer Carolines, 18, Barcelona, Spain
The Carrer de Balmes avenue goes all the way from Av Tibidabo to Placa de Catalunya, running through the Eixample and Sant Gervasi districts
Barri de Gracia is a quaint neighborhood in Barcelona that retains its original and authentic Catalan ambience despite cosmopolitan influences in its vicinity downtown
Stretching from Plaça Catalunya to Carrer Gran de Gràcia in the heart of Eixample, Passeig de Gràcia is an arterial road in Barcelona lined with architectural masterpieces
Park Güell is a sprawling public park with gardens and architectural elements on the southern slope of Mount Carmel in the foothills of the Collserola range
Distinctive pink house that Gaudi lived in for nearly 20 years (although not designed by him)
Avinguda Diagonal is the major arterial road in Barcelona, lined with shopping malls and attractions such as the Museu de la Musica, Casa Serra, Palau Reial de Pedralbes, and Torre Agbar
The Font de la Granota is a beautiful water fountain in Montjuic by Josep Campeny
Turo del Carmel on Mount Carmel offers a bird's eye view of the surrounding which include Parc del Guinardo, Park Guell and Parc Creueta del Coll