Visit Amazing Barcelona Aquarium &  Palau De La Música Catalana

Visit Amazing Barcelona Aquarium & Palau De La Música Catalana

Written by rahul p, In Travel, Published On
December 3, 2022
Last modified on December 5th, 2022

In a city brimming with amazing architectural masterpieces created by Gaudi’s designs, yet another architectural genius often is forgotten. Yet, he was possibly equally influential in establishing the Catalan art form known as modernism. 

Its name is Lluis Domenech i Montaner And the one of his most impressive creations is called his Palau de la Música Catalana. It is believed that the Catalan design style, known as “modernism” was designed to create a fresh Catalan identity. Its Palau de la Musica Catalana was constructed in 1905 by the Orfeo Catala (Catalan Choral Society).

Aquarium Barcelona

A modern learning center and a renowned tourist attraction The Barcelona Aquarium is home to an impressive collection of sea creatures that are mediterranean. With up to 350 species spread across over 35 exhibits, the aquarium is a stunning showcase of some unique sea creatures from across the globe within its expansive grounds.

Buy L’Aquarium Barcelona tickets and visit this amazing place which is located in Port Vell attracts crowds throughout the year. It is unique in that, unlike other aquariums, it offers a “shell exhibition” and a separate section dedicated to the most extreme ocean life. This Barcelona Aquarium also has a special area that is geared towards adults and children alike. If you’re bored with your walk you can visit the kid’s section to get a bit of education! The typical visit to L’Aquarium is filled with a range of activities that are interactive, as well as an educational experience. A visit at the aquarium is bound to leave you with an abundance of memories to cherish for the rest of your life!

Astonishingly designed, The Barcelona Aquarium will brief you to more than 11,000 marine marine animals distributed across 35 tanks, each specially designed to be suited to the region they live in. They include sharks, rays and eels and a variety of rare species all over the world. Discover seven areas (or aquariums) that are specifically devoted to marine life in tropical waters. In addition to offering a range of activities for kids and adults during the week, L’Aquarium Barcelona also has an open walkway that lets visitors walk through a tunnel right towards the Oceanarium. Enjoy an intimate and personal encounter with sharks through their amazing most memorable experiences, which we have included in the list below.

Palau De La Música Catalana

The Palau de la Música Catalana Tickets (or Palace of Catalan Music in English) are easily available and it is the most beautiful concert hall I’ve ever been to in my lifetime and is the only one to be declared World Heritage by UNESCO. It was built from 1905 to 1908 by the Orfeo Catala Choral society established in 1891, the music auditorium is located at Barcelona, Spain. The building was designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner. one of the best artists of Catalan modernism. In addition to having an impressive acoustics and acoustics, the Palau of the Musica Catalana is lavishly decorated with mosaics, stained glass ceramics, sculptures and ceramics murals and iron wrought elements!

After establishing the Orfeo Catala (or Catalan Orphean in English) on the 15th of September 1891 the composers and conductors Lluis Millet and AmadeoVives chose to employ the well-known designer Lluis Domenech and Montaner to design a modernist structure that would be the central office of the newly formed choir society. At the time the Luis Domenech i Montaner had begun his Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau (or Hospital of the Holy Cross and Saint Paul, in English) which was one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as the Palau de la Musica Catalana – and was among the main figures of Catalan modernism along with Antoni Gaudi as well as Josep Puig I Cadafalch.


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