The Paseo de Gracia is one of the jewels in the city’s crown. Here you’ll find exclusive fashion boutiques and must-see emblematic buildings such as the Casa Batlló, La Pedrera or La Casa Calvet, extraordinary constructions designed by Antoni Gaudí and equally beautiful inside and out. For many people, Modernism is synonymous with Gaudí. It’s difficult to imagine the city without his hallmark constructions: the Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and Casa Calvet in the Eixample; the Palau Güell in the Raval; the Park Güell set on a mountain overlooking the city; the Pabellones Güell in the district of Pedralbes, and of course his masterpiece, the unfinished Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, according to some the most beautiful cathedral in the world. Although Gaudí is the emblem of Barcelona, he’s not the only Modernist architect to have left his mark on the city. The Ensanche is the best example of this; here we can see La Casa Amatller, the Palau del Baró Quadras and the Casa de les Punxes, all works by Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Lluís Domenech i Montaner also filled the city with works of art such as the Palau de la Música Catalana, the Palau Montaner and the Hospital de la Santa Creu y Sant Pau.