Monument Hopping: The Best Way to Spend Day Tours in Barcelona

The monuments of Barcelona have opened up after the coronavirus lockdown and the tourists are finally seeing light at the end of the tunnel. With the lives coming back to normal, you must not lose out on the opportunity to visit the monuments of Barcelona. Here are how they are going to open up their gates.

Sagrada Familia

This is Antoni Gaudi’s masterpiece and is still under construction. The residents of Barcelona can visit this monument exclusively, without any charge. The booking needs to be made in advance. This is done to help the public connect with the architecture calmly and safely. However, for tourists, the entry is not stopped but restricted.

Palau de la musica catalana

This place is considered to be the ultimate display of modernism in the Catalonian area. This is a concert hall and was closed after the lockdown was announced. Now, it has started preparing for its reopening and tourists and locals are more than excited to be here. Their website already has the new concerts listed and scheduled and will be opening by keeping multiple security measures in mind. They will also soon allow entry through free and guided formats.

Park Guell

The park is a great place to relax within the city. Restrictions are getting lifted and people can freely enter this area to exercise or explore. But not all parts of the park are open and there is a temporary halt in conducting guided tours. There are multiple safety regulations to follow when inside and the park timings need to be respected at all cost.

La casa de la seda

This is although not a monument, this is rather the silk house in the guild headquarters of Barcelona. This building has its walls covered in silk and noble wood decorations and you can witness your travel back in time. You can have dramatized visits to intensify your feeling inside. This place is planning a partial reopening and all the new dates will be available soon.

Casa Batlló

This is an exclusive work of Gaudi and stands apart as a symbol of eccentricity. This place has earned the name of ‘dragon house’ and will also be reopening soon. You need to keep a check on their official website for detailed information.

Barcelonian day tours of Barcelona will get you experience each one of them intricately and help you know the culture better.

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