Casa Milà, an UNESCO heritage building in Barcelona, was designed by the creative Catalan local Architect, the late Antoni Gaudi in 1900. It is located along Passeig de Gràcia shopping avenue in the city centre of Barcelona and is one of the many attractions you can’t miss to see for yourself in Barcelona.
The controversial architecture design which is totally different from conventional building designs has won it an UNESCO Heritage Site in 1984. After more than 100 years the construction was first completed, it is still one of the most creative building design in the world now.
Casa Mila, Casa Batllo, Park Guell and Sagrada Familia are 4 of the best creations of Antoni Gaudi that attracted me to visit Barcelona, the capital city of Spain, 2 years ago. If you love Architecture and the creation of Gaudi, visit no other places except Barcelona. Read more travel information, photos and my previous travel experience in Barcelona from my Barcelona travel guide. If you have difficulties in planning your trip to Europe, check out my mini planning guide to Barcelona. – Travel Feeder
Not really an iconic landmark being shared here. This is just a street snapshot over a small uphill road in Kyoto Higashiyama district. What attracted me was the serenity of the scene in the morning with Autumn colours being the backdrop. – Travel Feeder
Here is one of my travel photos capturing the Diplylon, or the famous landmark of Double Gate found in the Carlsberg city of Copenhagen. The Dipylon Gate is a double-arched Gateway marking the Vesterbro-side entrance to Ny Carlsberg. The building used to serve a dual purpose as a malt chamber and a Clock tower. I snapped it on [...]
Located at the Indre By (The inner city) of Copenhagen city centre, The City Hall of Copenhagen is one of the attractive landmarks for tourists. Travelers coming to Copenhagen via rail will stop at the Central Station and the city hall is just one block away, with Tivoli theme park separating the two. There is a square [...]
In addition to the Top 16 Japanese food to try that I shared earlier, Gyoza is another delicacy or snacks that you should not miss to try when come to Japan. Originally a Chinese dish commonly called dumpling, Gyoza has become a favourite food among Japanese and many varieties of Gyoza with different filling and [...]
Brezelkönig, a home brand in Switzerland selling pastries especially pretzels. The big, soft and hot pretzels are freshly baked throughout the day and are popular street food loved by the local people. It was the first local food I tried in Switzerland when Jean and I arrived at Lucerne central train station. The pastries kiosk [...]
One of the most challenging parts of traveling in Japan is to find a Japanese restaurant that will not burn a deep hole in our pocket! This is the general perception from many of the budget travelers. Well, it could be right or wrong. While it is right to say that a proper and full [...]