The Sagrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona was begun in 1882 and won’t be completed until 2026. The architect Antoni Gaudi wasn’t the first architect, but he was responsible for the soaring towers and writhing shapes that attract so many people to visit it.
When you visit it, pay attention to fantastic details, such as the two pillars supported by a tortoise and a turtle. Another feature that makes Barcelona such a classic destination is its nightlife. The delicious common snacks called tapas are meant to let the conversation flow and not fill it. Barcelona’s traditional tapas dishes include meaty croquettes in béchamel sauce and spicy potatoes.
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Geneva - BarcelonaFlight duration: 01:30 hrs total, Frequency: 5 x daily
Departure GenevaTerminal: 1Counter opening time: 24 h prior to departure
Bombardier CS300Height: 11.50 mLength: 38 mSeats: 145
Crew:Pilots: 2Cabin crew: 2
Arrival BarcelonaDistance to city centre: 14 km