The historical sites in Barcelona are spread all across the city. It attracts tourists from all over the world because of its remarkable history that it has to offer. They also allow tourists to book tickets in advance so as to manage the rush in a substantial way.
1. Passeig de Gracia
Passeig de Gracia is actually a shopping street in Barcelona. It is about a mile long and is actually covered with expensive shops and restaurants. You can also find the modernist buildings in this place and some of those famous buildings are- La Casa Fuster, La Pedrera, and La Casa Ametller. You can always have a beautiful dining experience here as the food is good but the price may be a little steep.
2. Sagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia needs no introduction as this sensational work of Antonin Gaudi is seen as one of the famous churches in the world. The new chapel is totally fabulous and this can be proved by the admission you can see the outside of the chapel. Even the locals are seen to wait and stand in the admission lines just to witness this marvelous church time and again.
3. Las Ramblas
Las Ramblas is a famous street in Barcelona and is also has a separate entity has its own verb in Spanish- ramblejar- meaning, wander up and down, and Las Ramblas meaning on foot. The place has many attractions such as Columbus monument and La Boqueria market but the main attraction being the streets itself.
4. Casa Batllo
Antonin Gaudi's another masterpiece that you can visit is Casa Batllo. It is truly a masterpiece as it very minute details. The ground floor windows are oval in shape covered with colorful mosaic and broken ceramic tiles.
5. Santa Maria del Pi
It is one of the most beautiful Gothic churches from the 14th century situated in Barcelona’s old town. The place has got some of the major tourist attractions nearby and the concert hall of the church is simply magnificent.