a cathedral in the gothic quarter of barcelona
APPventurers who plan on visiting Barcelona must also plan on exploring the marvelous fifteenth century Cathedral of Santa Eulàlia, also known as the Cathedral of Barcelona. Located in the Gothic Quarter, this cathedral is one of the most visited sites due to its architectural style that dates back to the Roman Empire. This amazing architecture began its construction in the thirteenth century and was completed in the fifteenth century.
Upon our entry from the main entrance of the cathedral, we were impressed with the massive space of the nave. In fact, there are three naves that leads to a single apse. Within its structure house several chapels that encircles the entire basilica. Most profound structures are the two bell towers that is pretty evident and visible from the outside. We had the privilege of climbing up to the rooftop to observe and explore the views from above. This APPventure is truly breathtaking and we highly recommend that you include this on your itinerary when you visit Barcelona.
CATHEDRAL OF SANTA EULÀLIA
Pla de la Seu, s/n, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Philip and Andrew enjoys taking excursions on every APpventure to help them expand their knowledge of people's culture, food and traditions. The blogs that you will see here will help paint and illustrate some of our most exciting Land tours.