Barcelona, Spain

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Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família or Basilica and Expiatory Church of the Holy Family was designed by Antoni Gaudí. The construction of this UNESCO World Heritage Site began 1882 and is still incomplete.

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Park Güell is an uphill public park that displays some more of Gaudí’s designs and it also shows an amazing view of Barcelona.IMG_1574IMG_1619IMG_1672IMG_1737

Milan, Italy

Milano is the most commercialised city and the financial centre of Italy.

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Metropolitan Cathedral – Basilica of St Mary of the Nativity or more commonly known as the Duomo di Milano. It took several hundred years and almost a hundred architects and engineers to complete the look of the cathedral.

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The most famous statue inside the Cathedral, the Saint Bartholomew.

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Galleria Vittorio Emanuele is known as one of the oldest shopping malls in the world and houses several international brands. A must-see for all shopaholics.

Rome, Italy

Roma is the capital of Italy and one of the most historic cities in the world.

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Rome wasn’t built in a day and you’ll definitely need more than that to get to see everything this city has to offer. Every corner of this wonderful place has a story to tell. If you’re travelling on a vacation, this place is worth every penny. Don’t miss their pastas, pizzas and God, don’t forget their gelato. Yum yum!

The next time I fly to Rome, I’d toss a coin into the Trevi fountain, climb the Spanish steps, visit Vatican city, see the Sistine Chapel, and continue to be amazed of the beauty of this artistic and historic city.