During the turn of the century, artists and architects banded together to boldly recreate and represent Catalan identity. They rejected the bourgeois notion of art, with its often harshly geometric and symmetrical designs. Instead, the artists that came to be known as the Modernistas, derived their designs from the Gothic period and from the dynamic shapes and colors found in nature. Many of these elaborate and fantastic sites are among Barcelona’s top tourist attractions (think Gaudí), but there are also many under the radar. This tour, that you customize with Hi. This is Barcelona, allows you to decide how far off the typical path you’d like to wander when discovering the playful styles, shapes and colors of the Modernisme movement.
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