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Casa Mila, or as it’s called by the locals, La Pedrera, is considered as one of the best preserved buildings built by Antoni Gaudi in Barcelona. This is due to the tireless work of the cleaning and restoration department of the building – the Catalunya-La Pedrera Foundation.
Built in Venetian Gothic style this palace is one of the main landmarks of Venice city. Palace was once the residence of Doge of Venice (supreme authority of former Venice). You can reach Doge’s Palace via public transport which includes Vaporetti and water taxi.
Located on Carmel Hill in Barcelona, Park Guell was built between 1900 and 1914 by great Spanish architecture Antoni Gaudi. Park was officially opened in 1926 and today it is a part of UNESCO World Heritage. Composed with beautiful gardens and architectonic elements, Park Guell is one of the best public parks in the world.
By the time the Sagrada Familia, Barcelona’s crown jewel is complete it will be the largest church in the world. Although many credit Antoni Gaudi with the building, the initial idea actually sprung from the mind of one Josep Maria Bocabella, a book publisher.
Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and one of the many jewels of the Mediterranean, is a city alive with life and brimming with culture. From world class-architecture to gastronomic wonders, this slice of the Iberian coast boasts the best of the best. Here’s our gold standard guide to a city that Batur no limits. /
The wheels on your flight have touched down at Barcelona’s El Prat International airport. You’ve gone through passport control, and now you stand in the warm, late evening summer air in one of Europe’s most exciting cities. You’re here for a weekend and time is of the essence. So, grab yourself a taxi and make for the center.
Perhaps you were wondering “is there a Pantheon audio guide?” and the answer is absolutely! In fact, Getting your hands on one has never been easier! POPGuide allows you to download your Pantheon guide on your smartphone, instead of carrying around a bulky radio.
With the wheels of your flight touching down at Rome’s Fiumicino Airport its time to start thinking about what you’re going to do on your visit. Rome is a beautiful city. A city of ruins, art, culture, and history. It is brimming with places to eat and things to see.
Just off of the Piazza Della Signoria in Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance, is the Uffizi Gallery, one of the greatest art museums in the whole world. Enclosed behind the walls of this magnificent looking structure, you will find the largest collection of Renaissance art, all gifted to the city of Florence by the well established Florentine banking family the Medicis, in 1743.