2. Parc Gűell

This complex of buildings with their unusual architecture is set in tranquil gardens, of which one is the former home of Gaudi. Strikingly designed, many of the buildings have “trencadis,” surfaces built with ornamentation of odd shaped ceramic pieces. The flow of the designs, are typical Gaudi in the ‘Art Nouveau’ period of art. Enjoy the terrace with its serpentine shapes and the colonnaded hall and other features of Gaudi’s work. Built between 1900 and 1914, the park is also UNESCO World Heritage listed.