there's a ticket person asking for 5 Euros, really. I would say walk past and take your pictures from the park.
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16.01.2018. 13:40 hrs. The staff in the museum-shop is the rudest we have ever met. It was obvious that she had more important things to do than serving her customers. We wanted to buy a € 13 or € 14 souvenir, but she refused to...More
This is one of the most important buildings in the history of Modern Architecture. A masterpiece that embodies the values and principles of modernity in an elegant manner. Never has an architect done so much with so little. Every detail is accounted for. If you're...More
Incredible architecture! A true lesson of how much less is definitely more and a timeless style that was way ahead of its time and still is. A real inspiration.
On a warm sunny morning before the park got too busy this was a fantastic space to explore and contemplate in. For those who find it useful to know, there are no toilets in the pavilion but there are some very close by in the...More
Get there early, before too many people getting in your photos. Perfectly tranquil. The stone is astonishingly beautiful up close
Following the advice from others, I was told this attraction was worth doing even if just from the outside without paying the entrance fee. This is incorrect. Unless you have specific knowledge of architecture and this architect, then you will likely be disappointed. We walked...More
One of the most important building in the 20th century. The simplicity with the absolute precision in construction is breathtaking. If you imagine that this was constructed about 1929 you must appreciate timelessness of the building. And it is not so owercrowded as other spots...More
The Mies van der Rohe pavilion in Barcelona is an oasis of beauty and calm in the hectic city. The light, textures, lines and mood created by the pavilion are perfection. This is a little-known spot in Barcelona and worth every minute spent finding it...More