One of Gaudí’s most iconic buildings in Barcelona’s Gracia district. So you’re going to Barcelona, well obviously you want to see at least some of Gaudí's greats! You want to see them easily too? Well, how about parking near them? Sounds pretty good right? Well with Parclick you can do exactly that. Check out the car parks available near the Casa Vicens, and avoid having to look for somewhere to park on one of Barcelona’s many tourist-packed streets. Plus, perhaps another reason why you’d be looking for somewhere in a car park, a part from the added sense of security, is Barcelona’s on-street parking is divided into two zones: the green and the blue. Both have different rules, on how long you can park and what you have to pay, and this changes again depending on if you’re a resident or not - so it’s an easy way to get a parking ticket, hardly ideal when you want to be enjoying the Catalan Capital.
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This building has been credited with being one of the famous Catalonian architect’s first major projects. It was built in 1883 in a modernist style, using vibrant coloured ceramics and some pretty wacky shapes.
It was built for Manuel Vicens and his family, and it’s not just us who think this is a very special residence but UNESCO too! In 2005 it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. it has been credited with being one of the first Art Deco style buildings, using a variety of materials. iron, glass, ceramics and concrete, so it’s bound to be of interest if you’re into your architecture and design! It’s a tad off the beaten track, but it really is unmissable if you’re a fan of Gaudí - wait, you’re not so much of a Guadí fan? Well you will be once you’ve visited Barcelona and seen how impressive it all is in person.
Interested in going to see some of Guadí’s other works in the Catalan capital, like the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera or the Parque Guël - well you can easily, because the Fontana metro station (line 5) is just a couple of minutes' walk away.