The magnificent buildings that amaze the world

Architecture is the symbol of culture and the eternal beauty of art. Spain is a treasure trove of the collision between Christian and Islamic cultures, and its architecture carries a mysterious and poetic mythological color. When visiting Spain, appreciating these buildings with exotic charm is an indispensable essence of the travel experience!

Holy Family Cathedral

The Sagrada Familia Cathedral is a famous tourist destination and landmark in Spain, first built in 1882 and taken over by the architectural genius Gaudi in 1883 as the chief architect, until his death in a car accident in 1926. The Sagrada Familia Cathedral has three magnificent facades, representing the Nativity, Passion, and Glory. Each facade has four supporting towers, which from afar look like a huge and cave-filled anthill. But up close, you can see the intricate fruit carvings on the towers.

Batro's House

In the center of Barcelona, there is a building called Casa Batlló, which has an exterior that is several times more impressive than its interior. The apartment building was designed by Spanish architectural genius Gaudi, and its unique and artistic design is considered to be a representative work of Gaudi's mature period. The outer walls of the entire building are covered with colorful mosaics, and the roof is unique like dragon scales. Casa Batlló seems to have come from another world, full of magical and mysterious colors.

Park Guell in Barcelona

Park Guell is a masterpiece by the Spanish architect Gaudi, hailed as a jewel in the fairy tale kingdom. The park is filled with the master's whimsical ideas, incorporating natural elements such as animals, plants, rocks, and caves, creating a natural visual feast. Every detail is meticulously crafted and leaves one amazed, feeling like being in an art piece. From the park's high point, the panoramic view of Barcelona is breathtaking, and at dusk, the park is even more bathed in dreamy beauty, enchanting to the extreme.

Seville Cathedral

The Seville Cathedral is recognized as one of the three great cathedrals in the world, alongside St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City and St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. The bell tower of this landmark building is the perfect spot to get a panoramic view of the city. If you don't want to walk too much, you can take a horse carriage ride around the old town, and the carriage parking is near the cathedral.

Longda New Bridge

Longda town has an iconic building called Longda New Bridge, which spans over a steep cliff and connects to the old town of Longda, making it magnificent. The new bridge consists of a slate-covered surface, and the stones, which are ancient and have gone through the vicissitudes of time, have become black and shiny, resembling beautiful black agate. Standing on the bridge and looking around, you can enjoy the vast Longda Mountains, which is a visual feast and incredibly stunning.

Plaza de España

The Spain Square in Seville is located in the Maria Luisa Park, with a quiet and pleasant environment. This land, once the seat of government officials, welcomed the new Spain Square during the 1929 Seville World Expo. The vivid mosaic niche paintings along the square's arcade vividly depict the historical scenes of Spain's 58 different regions, arousing curiosity and interest. In short, the Spain Square is a treasure trove for exploring Seville's historical and cultural heritage, as well as a great place to relax and enjoy nature.