Second and last post dedicated to Barcelona. This time using less words and leaving the images to do their job. The good thing about this city is that you can spend at least one week seeing new things all the time, without getting bored and paying at the most only for the underground tickets.
In the city center, beside the classical part and the Gaudians one, there are plenty of buildings, installations and sculptures that are worth being discovered…
Above, for example, one work by Mirò, close to the Arena. Below, a saddest, but unfortunately as real side of Barcelona.
El Born, an old covered market transformed into a cultural center.
Getting close to the modern neighborhood there are some interesting contrasts…
The National Theater and the Design Museum. The last one has free entrance on the first Sunday of the month and after 3p.m. all Sundays. Do not miss it!
Very interesting the permanent exhibition of fashion design history. Below, artistic and commercial design sections.
The port is another open air gallery and so is the seafront up to Barceloneta. Behind the Lobster you can see a sculpture by Lichtenstein
and then there is Barceloneta…
I have to stop… 😉