Barcelona, Spain πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ …. (continued)

Out last day in Barcelona was fun!!!!
Final Day

Our final day in Spain was probably one of the best days we had there overall. We navigated throughout the city via taxi πŸš• for the most part. On the last day we decided to go with our normal routine and travel on the hop-on/ hop-off bus . This is a cost friendly form of transportation and it will take you to all of the major attractions the city has to offer. You can usually get a day pass for one person for $30-35 per person.

City tour is an unique way to see all of the major attractions !
La Sagrada Familia
Photo by : Tia Williams

The very first stop on our City Tour was probably the most popular stop, La Sagrada Familia. It is a large unfinished Roman Catholic Basilica constructed by the widely known architect Antoni GaudΓ­.

Still under construction, this popular church is scheduled for completion in 2026.
The building is broken down into three façades : The Nativity ( NE) The Passion(SW) , and The Glory (SE) .

The next stop was the Arco de Triunfo de Barcelona. In 1888 Barcelona hosted the Universal Exhibition. The Arc de Triomf was built as the gateway to the fair which was held in the Parc de la Ciutadella. The monument is classical in shape and proportions and features ground-breaking sculptural and decorative finishes replete with symbolism. It has become one of the city’s iconic landmarks.

The Arc de Triunfo de Barcelona
Isn’t she lovely 😊

There were several other stops but it is too many to list . I’ll just leave pictures form the rest of the trip below. Thank you for reading and until next time βœŠπŸ½πŸ™πŸΎβœŒπŸΎ

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