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What To Do On The Costa Brava
What To Do On The Costa Brava
Barcelona is one of the richest and most beautiful self-governing regions in Spain, and its capital is Catalunya. Most of the Catalan local residents in the town speak their own regional language instead of Spanish, as do not believe or feel comfortable in it. Around the twelfth to fourteen century, Barcelona was the centre of the great Aragon Empire. This is the reason Catalunya enjoyed immense advantage, and it is said to be the golden era of the town. The region of Catalunya comprises of many cities which includes Girona, Lleida, Tarragona, Barcelona and the long stretch of Costa Brava, which starts from the border of French and continues till Valencia.
A wide array of activities offered by Barcelona has made it one of the most remarkable tourist destinations. If you are a sun worshiper, then you may select any resort near the coast of Barcelona, and enjoy the beach and nature, simply sitting in the resort. The vibrant nightlife at the city centre can just make your holidays perfect. Along with the historic and cultural delights of the town, which is quite appealing, adventurous sightseers can also enjoy hiking in the nearby mountains. Skiing on these mountains also attract many visitors during winter.
Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia is one of the most famous sight of Barcelona, which none of the tourists would like to miss. The main façade of the place has an image made of dripping wax, which is known even to people who have not visited the city earlier. The construction of the church started in the year 1882, by a famous architect. The architecture of the church depended on the donation made by people, thus its completion took a long time. The construction of the building had not been completed in 1926 when Gaudi was struck by a train and died. After Gaudi’s death, construction and architecture work was still required, for the completion of the church, but there was a lot of controversy amongst people on, if the construction must be carried on, or if ever it will be completed.
There are eight towers in the area and each one over hundred meters high. They charge a little fee, which you can pay and get inside one of these towers. Initially the architecture had planned to make eighteen towers, out of which twelve were for the apostles, one for Jesus and one for Virgin Mary, and rest four of them for the Evangelists.
If you can take out some time from your vacation schedule, then you can add other Gaudi’s work which includes the Mila house, Park Guell, and La Pedrera.
Barcelona’s main square is the perfect place from where you can collect information about the other places of interests, in and around the city, before you look for it in internet, a tourist information office or reach out to a travel agent. Once to make a list of the places, do not forget to collect the map of the city. The map points out the main restaurants, hotels and places of interest in the city, helping your communicate easily. Bus tour is the best and cheapest way of getting around the city. Bus tours organized for tourists in Barcelona is the best way of exploring the crowded city, and it also helps in getting a fair idea of distances between the places of interest. You can ask the guide about the best eating places, and also fairs and temporary exhibitions, which is usually not marked in the map. There are a lot of things that you can do and see in Barcelona, so you will never get bored on your trip, but the only concern will be how to fit in everything in your itinerary. Spain is highly reccommended for night adventures, specially if you get along with a spanish high class escort . The best place to search is in our spanish online escorts directory.