Make your way to Torre Bellesguard, one of renowned Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí's lesser-known works. The medieval-style castle opened to the public in 2013, making it one of the most recent Gaudí masterpieces accessible to the architect's many admirers.
Once inside, put on your provided headset and embark on the 1-hour independent audio tour. Learn about the design and construction process, which took place in the early 20th century on the site of a medieval fortress built by Catalan king Martí I the Humane, the last king of the House of Barcelona.
Walk through the Smoking room, the Hall of Bricks and admire views over the city from the terrace. Breathe in the fresh air in the lush gardens, featuring native flora and other works by Gaudí. Relax with an included glass of sparkling Spanish cava to end your tour.