We had time to see two other architectural works of Gaudi while in Barcelona. Both were commissioned by Eusebi Guell, a wealthy Spanish industrial tycoon.
Mansion located in the El Raval neighbourhood of Barcelona. We walked by and noticed that there was no line up, so we decided to pay the €12 to get in. The attention to detail was amazing.
My favourite part of the mansion was the rooftop. Each of the chimneys had Gaudi’s signature look of using tiles to create funky and colourful objects of art.
We only toured the outside grounds of Park Guell as the only available entry into the museum was at 8pm. The design of the exterior grounds is very distinctively Gaudi, beautiful tile works and archways and platforms with columns like tree trunks.