Barcelona, the heart of Catalonia, is arguably one of the most architecturally stunning and diverse cities in the world. There you can find Roman ruins, Gothic cathedrals, and Modernist masterpieces all within kilometers of one another - See more at: http://passionpassport.com/article-nicolee-drake-architecture-of-barcelona/#sthash.H1MhAtzj.dpuf
Whether Roman ruins, vineyards, architecture, or beaches pique your interest, there's something in every direction from Barcelona. Here, four must-take day trips, each offering a little something different.
A former Cement Factory is now the workspace and residence of Ricardo Bofill
(Closed) Sid checks the time and grins. Perfect. Everyone's asleep and she has plenty of time to set up one of her pranks. She cracks her knuckles and begins to work on setting a few things up. The only time she stops working is when she hears a voice behind her.
The El Carmel Bunker offers incredible views over Barcelona. Climb to the top of Park Guinardó, and above it you’ll find the Turó de Rovira. The mountain top look-out point once held Catalan airstrike defense bunkers that can still be seen in ruins.