In Barcelona, Art Ain’t Cheap

Life is a Camino

Gallery, Fundacio Tapies

For the price of admission to Antoni Gaudi’s legendary La Sagrada Familia, you can buy yourself a decent sit-down three-course lunch, reserve a bed in any number of top-rated hostels, or go to any number of art-house cinemas and buy a ticket for you and friend, plus have money leftover for snacks. What I’m getting at is that it’s damn expensive to enter a building still at least a decade away from completion. Although I have mostly approached this trip with the mindset of “I might never come back here again,” I feel that Barcelona is a city I could visit time after time without exhausting myself. So entering La Sagrada Familia will just have to wait–but luckily there are a host of other incredible places around the city to see art, most of them much cheaper, if not free.

Fundacio Antoni Tapies

For starters, there’s the Fundacio Antoni Tapies, a…

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  1. Reblogged this on Rainer "rcpffm" Peffm 's mobile blog and diary and commented:
    … reblogged …

    some beautiful art and architecture in Barcelona …

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