Barcelona: A Gaudi Photo Album

If you have ever scrolled through photographs of Barcelona on Instagram or Pinterest you will be aware of the huge impact that the famous architect Antoni Gaudi had on the city.

I decided to spend a couple of days during my week in Barcelona visiting as many of his works as possible in order to bring you this post: a comprehensive Gaudi Photo Album.

 

Often deemed controversial and not fully appreciated during his life time Antoni Gaudi’s works are now widely studied by architecture students and several have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

These include Park Güell, Palau Güell, Casa Milà, Casa Vicens, Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló and Colònia Güell.

 

1. Fanals (Lamp posts)

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

2. Palau Güell

Gaudi Photo Album

3. The Gaudí Exhibition Center

Gaudi Photo Album

4. Fountain at Parc de la Ciutadella

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

5. Casa Calvet

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

6. Casa Batlló ***

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

7. Casa Milà ***

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

8. Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

9. Sagrada Família ***

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

 

10. Sagrada Família Schools

Gaudi Photo Album

11. Casa Vicens

Gaudi Photo Album

 

12. Park Güell ***

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

 

13. Gaudí House Museum

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

14. Gate and Wall at the Miralles Estate

Gaudi Photo Album

 

15. Torre Bellesguard

Gaudi Photo Album

16. Pavillions and Gates of the Güell Estate

Gaudi Photo Album

Gaudi Photo Album

17. Fountain of Hercules and Pergola at the Güell Estate

Gaudi Photo Album

I particularly enjoyed exploring Barcelona in order to see these sites and compile this Gaudi Photo Album. Many of these sites are hugely popular with tourists so depending on when you visit you may struggle to avoid the crowds, also if you want to enter some of these sites you may want to look into whether tickets need to be booked in advance, you’ll also need to be prepared to wait in line.

 

 Have you visited Barcelona?

How many Gaudi sites have you visited?

 Let me know in the comments.

 

 

Disclaimer: Thank you to Barcelona Turisme for providing free entry to all attractions marked ***

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