It looked a lot like a flea market. Very neat though.
Absolutely LOVED walking around the streets of Barcelona.
A random building with a very cool looking owl.
First glimpse of La Sagrada Familia. This thing is HUGE.
The closer you get, the more detail you see.
The magic square of numbers. Found this very interesting. No matter how you add the row of numbers (down, across or diagonally) they will always add up to 33 which was the age when Jesus died. La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.
Not your average door.
Close up of the detail on the door!
La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.
Inside La Sagrada Familia.
Looking up at the ceiling inside. La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.
Amazing! La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.
Notice the spiral staircase. Incredible.
Peeking down at the crypt. It is only opened to the public at certain times of the day. If you time your visit correctly you’ll get to see both!
Close up of the organs.
So here we were about to walk out thinking we had seen everything – boy were we wrong! (La Sagrada Familia – Barcelona, Spain)
Running out of words to describe this place!
Made our way to Park Güell. If you’re staying near La Ramblas, I’d recommend taking a bus or taxi to the park.
Parc Guell. Barcelona, Spain.
Close up of the mosaic tiles that were everywhere.
The famous salamander.
This reminded me of a gingerbread house.
Odd looking windows.
Love these hedge tunnels!
Walking down La Ramblas.
La Boqueria Market – the greatest market I have EVER seen. LOVED this place!
The most delicious fruit popsicles I have ever had. I believe they were only 1 or 2 euros. I had the kiwi popsicle. Definitely worth it. (La Boqueria Market – Barcelona, Spain)
I never got around to trying these freshly squeezed fruit juices but I hear they are amazing. I already know I’m coming back to Barcelona and definitely visiting this market again.
Barcelona, Spain. While exploring the little streets, we stumbled upon a store dedicated to selling flats…in every single colour combination imaginable!
Finally found a place that served churros with drinkable chocolate.