Dive into the drama of Barcelona’s buildings, from its medieval Gothic churches to the elaborate modernism of Gaudi
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Sample itinerary for University and College groups (not included in the guide price)
When visiting the Catalan capital of Barcelona on a university tour there's no escaping the impact of Gaudi and Catholicism with the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sagrada Familia providing the perfect example of both. Gaudi's work is apparent throughout the city and from the mosaics and sculptures of Parc Güell to the innovative waves of the Casa Milà, student tours will be presented with numerous case study options.
As mentioned, religion plays a massive part in Barcelona's identity and no more so than the towering Gothic spires and Baroque altar pieces of the Cathedral of the Holy Cross & Saint Eulalia which is more commonly referred to as Barcelona Cathedral.
Other impressive examples of Gothic architecture appear within numerous other places of worship with the Churches of Santa Maria del Mar and Santa Maria del Pi both providing further insights into the importance of religion in art.
Other than the city's propensity to all things Gothic, there's a fair amount of Modernism on display and no university architecture tour of Barcelona is complete without paying homage to the Casa Batllo which is regarded as one of Gaudi's masterpieces and now serves as a museum.
Other notable structures that are perfect for student tours include: the Palau de la Musica as well as the Hospital de Sant Pau which combine to form one of nine UNESCO World Heritage sites that can all be visited during a walking tour of the city.
Aside from the works of Gaudi and the influences of the church, Barcelona is also famed for its passion for sport and students of architecture will no doubt be enthralled when faced with the Nou Camp stadium which has been designed to accommodate just under 100,000 supporters.
From the tourist tower blocks of the Costa Brava to the mosaics of Miro along La Rambla, Barcelona is indeed an indelible source of inspiration and a must for all university tours studying architecture.
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