Shara Sinor

Inside the Sagrada

If you can arrange it, the best way to see Barcelona’s piece de resistance, Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia cathedral, is on a gurney, with someone to push you around inside while you lie on your back to study the heights of its sublime architecture – the tendrils of stone bridging space that any other cathedral architect would have left bare, austere and angular.

Shara Sinor

Shara Sinor loves traveling the world. Her literary essays have been published in numerous journals, most recently Cutbank and The Indiana Review. She maintains a travel blog, and you can follow her adventures abroad at skjtravel.net.