Barcelona has a unique atmosphere of art and architecture, set on its broad boulevards and cobblestone streets – and with the Mediterranean sea as its backdrop. This Barcelona time-lapse video from Rob Whitworth will make you feel like you are walking through the city of Gaudí and Picasso.
Afterward, check our top three highlighted sights from the Barcelona time-lapse video.
Video courtesy of Rob Whitworth
Did this two-minute walkthrough of Barcelona make you want to visit ‘The City of Gaudi’ with all its quirky architecture? We picked out some of our favorite shots to get you on your way:
Highlights of the Barcelona time-lapse
This must be the most opulent Concert Hall we’ve ever seen. It definitely is a masterpiece of the Art Nouveau architecture that is unique to Barcelona. Visit the Palau de la Musica Catalana with a guided tour and end with a musical selection played on the organ in the grand Concert Hall!
If there’s one place you’re visiting in Barcelona, let the Sagrada Familia be it. And because this is a must-visit for everyone in Barcelona, the queues can get long. Get priority entrance to the Sagrada Familia with us to make your visit as smooth as it will be breathtaking.
Because the best views of Barcelona are from the top of Montjuic. This 2000m rocky hill, and there’s no better way to get there than by the Montjuïc Cable Car. Plus, it’s the easiest way to get to Castle Montjuic, the UNESCO-protected wizard’s palace beloved of the monks.
Want to know what else you can experience in the capital of Catalunya? Visit our Barcelona page.
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