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Park Guell in Barcelona

Park Guell in Barcelona

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One of the most impressive Gaudi's masterpieces in Barcelona - park Guell - can be visited with no admission fee. Plan at least few hours for an amazing walk.
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Casa Mila (La Pedrera)

Casa Mila (La Pedrera)

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La Pedrera is one of Gaudi's signature buildings in Barcelona. Built between 1906 and 1912 it was declared UNESCO World Heritage in 1984. Although there are no free admission days for visiting its rooftop terrace and interior, you can still admire the beauty of its facade from outside.
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La Sagrada Familia

La Sagrada Familia

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Basilica La Sagrada Familia is oe of the weirdest sights in Barcelona. Its construction was started in 1882, a year later commissioned to Gaudi, all work were financed by donations. Today the basilica  is one of major sights and symbols of barcelona and is still unfinished.  Although there is no time when you can have free admission inside the basilica, you can get major impression on that just walking around.  Visit the sight also in the evening to enjoy illumination effect, see timetable here.
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Canaletes Fountain in Barcelona

Canaletes Fountain in Barcelona

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Canaletes fountain on La Rambla is a major meeting point and place to celebrate city events. Cast iron fountain with four taps and crowned by a street lantern with four lights, it even has a little fountain for dogs.


Magic Fountain in Monjuic

Magic Fountain in Monjuic

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Magic Fontain is one of the top attractions in Barcelona - synergy of light and music. 2,600 litres of water are pumped through this great fountain per second in three concentric pools.  Free admission.