Gaudi's presence in Barcelona is easily felt everywhere, just looking around you can see the jumbled buildings just off the ramblas, or take a moment to go to the Gaudi's Park, Parc Guell, the eccentric genius designed overlooking Barcelona.
You'll find your self asking yourself how someone could think of such innovative design, such surroundings that look like a melted dream and a cathedral of smiley gothic you can't stop admiring. You don't have to take a long walk to admire Gaudi's genius. All his buildings are in centre of the city: from Casa Batllò, along Passeig de Gracia, to Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera, Barcelona is full of the masterpieces of this great architect.
Don't forget, of course, Gaudi's most important opera, La Sagrada Familia, whose construction started in 1882 and has been ended only for one year, since 2010.
But Gaudi's influence trascends just buildings; next time you find your self unwrapping the famous spanish chupa chupa, think that the wrapping was made by Dali right in Barcelona.