Barcelona is one of the art capitals of the world, and it seems that everywhere you look there are amazing buildings like the one I spotted the other day in Poble Sec.
The revamped neighborhood of La Marina del Prat Vermell boasts the latest architectural trends in condos and office buildings.
Planned by Catalan entrepreneur Eusebi Güell for his employees, the Còlonia Güell, located south of Barcelona, is a mixture of small houses and modernist buildings. It looks like a place frozen in time.
Last month I decided to go back to the La Font de la Guatlla neighborhood, and everything looked just the same as the last time I was there back in 2017 when I took this picture.
The small village of Garraf, located south of Barcelona, is part of Sitges. It is famous for its tiny houses built directly on the beach which were, back in 1920, mere reed shacks.