Hey there my friends and followers! In this Travel Pro Series we focus on significant structures, buildings, and general architecture of a given area. Everywhere in the world is different from the way people look and speak, to the food they eat, to customs, traditions, all the way down to the buildings they live in. My favorite thing to do is simply walk around and take in the environment of each place I visit. So this series gives you an idea of what that may be like and how influential these structures really are.
Barcelona, one of the most expensive cities I've visited in a long time; really showed off it's wealth, influence, and power just by the architecture of one impressive building after another. With the busy foot traffic on the streets of locals searching for their next fine dining experience of tapas and local wine, to hoards of tourist flooding the famous Rambla Boulevard heading towards the Bocaria Market. The city of Barcelona was a lot to take in; a beautiful city, an active city, a city of great history as well.
Some of the most memorable parts of the city were in the old Gothic Quarter. Here we are taking in the architecture and city planning of many of hundreds of years ago! The cold stone buildings many stories high which created long eerie ally ways gave a feeling of going back in time to the Mid-Evil Ages. Barcelona is a city of amazing cathedrals like the Familia Sagrada and the
One can not forget the incredible Cathedrals speckled all over the city. The two most impressive are the Familia Sagrada and the Barcelona Cathedral, which we have some photos of in this in depth Travel Pro Architecture series! Now come along and lets explore Barcelona together!
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