The Park Grey is a public park full of gardens and architectonic elements located on Carmel Hill with urbanization in mind hips a big way assigned the design of the park to Spanish architect Antoni gaudí. The park was built between 1900 and 1914 and was officially opened as a public park 12 years later. In 1984 UNESCO declared the park a world heritage site under works of Antoni gaudí, part of the park is free, but if you want to sit on the long curved mosaic bench in the form of a sea serpent or see the famous lucky lizard you need to pay a small fee.
4- Sagrada família
Sagrada família is a large unfinished Roman Catholic Church, the construction of Sagrada família started in 1882 under architect Francisco De Paola, one year later we are resigned and Cordy took over as chief architect combining Gothic and curvilinear art nouvelle forms. The church is not yet completed and it’s planned to be finished by 2026, together with six other Gaudi buildings in Barcelona, part of the Sagrada família is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well. Be prepared to wait in a long line outside Sagrada família if you want to see inside.