1. Sagrada Família
This is an enormous Roman Catholic church that was designed by legendary Spanish artist Antoni Gaudi. It has been given the prestigious designation of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, even though it is currently incomplete. However, work is currently being done to finish it. As of right now, it is expected to be finished in the year 2026, exactly 100 years after Gaudi died. The church started to be built all the way back in 1882.
This is a large mountain with many peaks. It is one of the most photographed natural wonders in all of Spain. It had the distinction of being designated the first national park in Spain. The highest peak on the mountain measures just slightly over 4,000 feet. There are hiking trails which allow visitors to climb to the mountain’s summit. The trail begins at a monastery that is located at the bottom of the mountain.
3. Sagrat Cor
This is another Roman Catholic church that always succeeds in impressing every person who pays a visit. It took 59 years to complete, finally opening to the public in 1961. One of the most memorable aspects of the architecture is a statue of Christ standing on top of the highest point of the church. It definitely makes a lasting impression. It can be found at the top of Mount Tibidabo, making the appearance of the church appear even more dramatic than it otherwise would. Visitors of all ages are sure to appreciate this architectural masterpiece.