Ayre Hotel Caspe
Ayre Hotel Caspe is a modern design hotel with a functional style in all its facilities. Location: Located in the heart of modernist Barcelona. The Ayre Caspe is located in the Eixample. The grid pattern of the Eixample (or Ensanche) is a feat of nineteenth-century urbanism. The city grew with wide avenues of modernist architecture. Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona-s most glamorous boulevard, divides the district. Here you will also find designer boutiques and buildings of Gaudí. Discover this elegant district where the Sagrada Familia, Gaudi-s cathedral of dreams whose construction is ongoing. You will also find many restaurants, from outdoor terraces on Rambla de Catalunya to great French restaurants. Visit one of the trendy cocktail bars in the neighborhood, where you-ll find tourists and city dwellers. It lies between the two most active business centers of Barcelona
C/ Caspe, 103, Barcelona 08013 Barcelona.
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Aeropuerto El Prat de Barcelona
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103, 08013 Barcelona, Spain
Must see in Barcelona
Basilica of La Sagrada FamiliaIn 1883 the great architect Gaudí decided to undertake this project, being successful Francisco de Paula, and done it until his fatality.
Work to complete this great basilica still goes on today. The first architect to attempt this project formerly prepared a neo-Gothic building. However Gaudi required over pursuing his death, even though conserving the initial design he soon stamped his own private imprint and distinctive style on the building. He completed only the chapel of San José, the crypt and the entranceway of El Nacimiento. The façades and the complete outside have a glorious profusion of brightly-coloured ornamental elements. There's a cryptogram on the La Pasión door.
Gran Liceu TheatreIts origins time from following the Battle of Succession, when the field marshals of the new ruler, Philip V, considered the opera as entertainment for both their soldiers and everyone.
It had been built on the Trinitarian Convent found in the centre of the Ramblas, that was extended to be able to support all the actions required by the Liceu. Work started out under the purchases of Miquel Garriga i Roca in 1845 and the complete job was completed in 1847. The theater has a earth plan in the condition of the horseshoe arch so when it first opened up, it was reported to be one of the primary theatres in European countries at that time. A fire ruined the auditorium and level in 1861, but it was rebuilt by Josep Oriol Mestres, this time around with no second-floor amphitheatre. The initial fa?ade was renovated in 1875. Another flames destroyed the theater in 1994, giving only the access and horseshoe arch. The theater was rebuilt once more, departing intact the parts unaffected by hearth and recreating the auditorium in its original form.
Palau de la MusicaA modernist building that is one of the city's most emblematic edifices.
It had been inaugurated in 1908, after 3 years of creating work orchestrated by the famous architect Llu?s Dom?nech i Montaner. It really is one of the world's major concert halls and an outstanding exemplory case of Catalonian Modernism. The inside is embellished with ceramic mosaics and polychrome a glass with floral motifs. In 1997 it was announced to be one of Spain's UNESCO World Traditions sites.