Known also as "Temple of the Holy Family", it is considered to be the master-work of renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí. It is a bold project, which became one of Spain's main attractions.
Casa Mila or La Pedrera, as it is often called, is Gaudi's second most popular building. It is also his last work before dedicating his life to the construction of the Sagrada Familia.
The largest of the three bridges that extend across a 120 meters deep gorge in Ronda, Southern Spain.
A representative building for the Modern Movement, built once in 1929, and again in 1983.
Montserrat is a mountain top monastery in Catalonia, Spain, situated atop an unusual rock mountain.
Located on a rocky hill, surrounded by mountains, and with its reddish color, The Alhambra is a beautiful site.
The restoration of a typical 19th century building is now one of Barcelona's main attractions.
The relation between theater and religion was all through history a double-sided sward, but in the same time an inseparable entity. Sometimes opposing and confronting each other, other times using each other's language as a cause, a object, a reason or even a subject, theater and faith both aim humans heart, one offering joys of the unseen and eternal life, while the other deals with tangible matter of life here on earth. The two meet in Teatro de La Abadía: a live heart beating in the body of the former Church of La Sagrada Familia, and in the Functions Hall, renamed as the Sala Juan de la Cruz and Sala José Luis Alonso. The stage and the public are set in proximity to each other, so sharing the theatrical emotion from human body to human mind is natural. This approach is based on words and synergy, continuing the great tradition of European theatre. Teatro de la Abadia became in the past ten years one of the best independent theatrical institutions in the Spanish capital, Mad
Amazing park in northern Tenerife. You can see a large variety of animals in (almost) natural habitats. It is home to the largest artificial iceberg in the world, where penguins live like home.
With approximately 1.3 million visitors each year, the Aquarium is a popular attraction between tourists of all ages.
An architectural landmark of the 20th century, recognizable worldwide for its twisted and curving lines.
More than 3,800 works of the famous artist, all displayed in the permanent collection of the museum.
Examples of Spanish architecture from different parts of the country, all in one place.
Walking through Garajonay is like returning to the past, since its countryside is truly unspoilt.
Inspired by nature, Park Güell is a very beautiful garden complex / park designed by architect Antoni Gaudí
A magic fountain putting on a magical show, with lights, music and water acrobatics.
These four caves, with their weird formations and impressive chambers, are the most famous tourist attraction in Mallorca, Spain.