Laetitia led a group from the cruise ship ashore in Barcelona as she had done on a previous cruise. The focus of both tours was the art and architecture of Antoni Gaudi. In 1885, Barcelona’s famous architect began building a garden community for his benefactor, Eusabi Güell. When Güell died, his heirs sold the private estate to Barcelona and the city made it into a public park. Park Güell, with its unique fanciful architecture and exquisite gardens, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Gaudi’s fanciful craft’s on display
On a hilltop that’s known as Park Güell
A view unique and pretty
In Barcelona City
A fine place for your next holiday.