Oh, I almost forgot. If you’re visiting Parc Guell, check out Gaudi’s house
The house was built by Francesco Berenguer in 1904 as a show home for the original housing project, and when the project folded Gaudi bought it and moved in. Funny that an architect would live in another architects house, but then when you look at the near monastic simplicity of Gaudi’s private rooms, maybe not so strange.
And here are a few random details, caught with Hipstamatic…
Tip, if you’re visiting the Sagrada Familia as well you can buy the tickets for Gaudi’s house there at a discount. As we found out, afterwards.