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Get inspired by this artistic movement visiting on foot Gaudi's modernism present throughout the streets of the city, stained glass, mosaics and more.

Your home in Barcelona, the best place to start your amazing trip. “A good beginning makes a good ending” let your journey starts and perfectly ends here.

Palau Güell is a palace that was designed by Antonio Gaudí: an architect famous for his personal interpretation of what is now called Catalan Modernism. The palace is located in a narrow street,-Carrer Nou de la Rambla-, and very near the port.

With time, Boquería has become the most emblematic food market in Barcelona. The building itself together with its location and the stall vendors contribute to create an atmosphere that no city visitor should miss.

Rambla de Cataluña is one Barcelona’s most central avenues. Facing the city’s mountains from the sea, it goes from Plaza de Cataluña to Avenida Diagonal running between and parallel to Paseo de Gracia and Balmes. This is a place where many local people go about their daily business.

La Casa Batlló is a master piece by Antoni Gaudí: the most outstanding architect of Catalan Modernism. Between 1904 and 1906 he carried out a project which consisted on the total refurbishment of a prior building by Emili Sala Cortés that used to stand on this site.

La Casa Milà, popularly named La Pedrera, (pedrera in Catalan means quarry) was built by Antoni Gaudí between 1906 and 1910. This Modernist building is located in 92 Paseo de Gracia, in the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample. The house was commissioned by Pere Milà i Camps and his wife Roser Segimon i Artells. Gaudí’s assistants were Domènec Sugrañes, Josep Canaleta and the buildings constructor Josep Bayó i Font, who had already worked with Gaudí in Casa Batlló.

The Palau Baró de Quadras, a modernist building by Puig i Cadafalch. This manor palace was declared a National Monument and part of the country’s Art Heritage and is located in number 373 Avenida Diagonal.