Friday, 2 May 2008


Some photos from a trip in Barcelona few months ago. Unfortunately the time again was limited, so I can only present you some of the famous landmarks of the city.

La Rambla. A big pedestrian road where you can enjoy your walk. A part has flower shops, another one bird and pet shops, lots of street artists and animateurs.

La Rambla

La Rambla

La Placa de Catalunya (Catalonia square).

Placa de Catalunya

Placa de Catalunya

The statue of Christopher Columbus.

Columbus statue

Columbus statue

Barcelona sunset

Two famous buildings of Barcelona, designed by the well-known Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi, Casa Battlo...

Casa Battlo

Casa Batllo

... and La Pedrera (aka Casa Mila).

La Pedrera or Casa Mila

La Sagrada Familia, also designed by Gaudi, has been building since 1882. Estimations indicate it will be finished in 2026. The church is enormous and you can't fit it in a pictures from so close.

Sagrada Familia

Sagrada Familia

La Bouqueria Mercat St. Josep is a Market near La Rambla.

La Boqueria Mercat St. Josep

Camp Nou, the home of Barcelona F.C.. Mes que un club, more than a club.

Camp Nou

Palau Nacional, the National Palace, now houses the National Art Museum of Catalonia.

Palau Nacional

El Corte Ingles, Spain's largest department store chain.

El Corte Ingles

The Cafe Zurich.

Cafe Zurich


Anonymous said...

πολύ όμορφες φωτό. μια εικονική ξενάγηση.!!

Γκρινιάρης said...

Thank you evlahos!

Crazy Tourists said...

Ήρθαμε κι από δω!!
Στο μουσείο σοκολάτας πήγες;


Γκρινιάρης said...

No, I guess I missed that!

Seriously, I keep wondering, how come everyone keeps commenting in Greek, since the whole blog and my comments are in English!!! :)