Visit one of the best known buildings in the whole world, the famous cathedral Sagrada Familia. This masterpiece is a work of the famous Antonio Gaudi, one of the greatest innovators of his time. He designed the church as a Latin cross with five aisles with vaults reaching seventy meters. The interior of the church is richly ornamented and full of symbols.
We will also explore the Sagrada Familia museum with drawings, pictures and plaster models that depict the basilica's evolution from its beginnings to the present day. There you will also have a chance to learn more about the life and work of Gaudi.
Next, your guide will take you to Avenida Gaudi that diagonally breaks the grid of Eixample district and joins two of the city's main modernist monuments, the atoning Temple of the Sagrada Familia and our next destination: Sant Pau Art Nouveau.
This architectural masterpiece by the famous Lluís Domènech i Montaner is one of the oldest Europe's healthcare institutions dating back to 1401. It's an example of Catalan modernism and consists of various buildings and pavilions.
The first one we will visit, the Sant Salvador Pavilion, houses different displays like display cases with medical materials and architectural elements as well as information panels, models and screens that are a present part of the institution’s heritage collection. On the first floor you can witness the work of work of Lluís Domènech i Montaner and learn about the history of this amazing site through interactive table, books, publications and digitized historic documents from the Archive of the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau.
You will also have a chance to walk the outdoor path and admire building's lovely exterior elements like domes, roofs, façades, sculptures and stained-glass windows. Take underground tunnels connecting various buildings and don't miss out on seeing the beautiful interiors of Sant Rafael Pavilion and the Administration Pavilion.