Action Camera: Parc Guëll
This has to be one of Antoni Gaudí’s most renowned and it is certainly one of the most symbolic for Barcelona. The area was originally meant to be a residential property development with Gaudi doing much of landscape design. Two houses were built and after that the land was sold to the city of Barcelona and the whole area was turned into a park. It is home to the famous Salamander sculpture, as well as other buildings and structures designed by the architect. With stunning views of the city, this is a magical experience which is best captured with an action camera.
Action Camera: Barceloneta
Barcelona has seven different beaches, stretching over 4.5 km (2.8 miles) of coastline. Barceloneta probably tops them all. This beach is surly most popular and is closest to the city center. Along the 1,100 meter (3,600 feet) sandy beach runs a walkway popular with joggers and cyclist. The beach can get crowded, especially during the summer months when the beach bars open up and the beach quickly fills up with locals and tourist. There are many great bars at this beach and you can have an amazing view which you can capture with an action camera.
Action Camera: Casa Batllo
The Casa Batlló, a remodeled nineteenth century building, is one more of Gaudí’s many masterworks in Barcelona. Often unnoticed for La Pedrera, La Casa Batllo is equally as spectacular with its unique architecture and notorious two ornamental pillars in the entrance to the terrace. Its unique interior is just as extraordinary as its fairytale-like exterior.
Action Camera: Casa Milà
Casa Milà was built between the years 1906 and 1910, it was the last civil work designed by Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi which is truly worth taking a picture. The flamboyant building is considered one of the artist’s most eccentric and enticing architectural makings with not one straight edge on the exterior. Tours of the interior and the incredible roof structures are available. It also hosts a large exposition of Gaudi works, casing also Sagrada Familia and Casa Batlio.
Action Camera: Sagrada Familia
La Sagrada Familia is the most popular attractions in Barcelona, attracting nearly 2.8 million visitors yearly. You just have to have it on photo for your memory. It is a huge and complex basilica designed by Gaudi. Construction began in 1882 and continues to this day. The building is foreseen to be completed within the next 30 years. Visitors will be fascinated by the design elements and the religious symbolism built into all the spaces of the church. A magnificent exterior and interior make La Sagrada Familia truly unmissable.