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Of course, it was early so we headed to the Park Güell which is a huge park (I mean it). It was so wonderful relaxing there. Musicians played their melodies and it was sunny, so it was perfect. The park has detailed architecture as well but if you would like to see the inner side (which has Gaudí pieces) you have to buy a ticket and you can enter if you go to the correct gate. We bought tickets for the next day and we were late so they didn't let us in. So be careful! If you don't have money for the inner side's ticket, it's okay because the rest of the park is free and larger.
Get an enchanting view of Casa Mila/Battlo – These are the two iconic buildings of Barcelona. Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera is a modernist building with amazing architecture. I liked Casa battlo more than casa mila. Do not miss to take a tour inside casa battlo, its a little expensive but totally worth visiting.
We started early next day and headed to Park Guell. Since Park Guell is located away from the city, we started early. Though getting there can be a little bit tricky as it is located near hills, there are buses (24 and 92) to the entrance gates. The Park Guell has very strict entry times for the monumental zone. The monumental zone is magnicificnet with creations of Gaudi's artworks. It is advisable to book tickets online for Park Guell and La Sagrada Familia as the queues for tickets are quite huge. We then headed to La Sagrada Familia followed by Casa Batlo, the vintage Gothic quarter and La Ramblas - the lively shopping and eatery place in the city. We ended our trip with a visit to the beach at the Mediterranean Sea and dinner at the beach facing restaurants. We headed back to our BnB taking a good night's sleep to get ready for our flight early morning for Paris.
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