Palau De La Musica Catalana
UNESCO world heritage site. Modernist 1908 concert hall by Lluis Domenech i Montaner. Visit for concert or guided tour. Famous for glass dome skylight.
Santa Maria del Mar Cathedral
Gothic cathedral built in 1383 at the peek of Catalonia's Maritime and mercantile prominence. Free entry but also offers a guided tour including visit to the rooftop.
Born Cultural Centre
Exhibition space & archaeological ruins. Designed by architect Antoni Rovira i Trias. Former food market for the wholesale of fruit and vegetables.
Placa Del Fossar De Les Moreres
Former Santa Maria del Mar Cathedral graveyard and burial site of the fallen from the 1714 siege of Barcelona. Today, a memorial plaza with eternal flame torch.
Franca Railway Station Barcelona
Rebuilt for 1929 International Exhibition by architect Pedro Muguruza with grand concourse. Last remaining Mainline surface railway station in Barcelona.
Sant Caterina Market
Food market from 1848 with remodelled roof (2005) by Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue. contains a small display area preserving historic ruins.
Sant Pere De Les Puelles Church
10th Century Romanesque Gothic Benedictine monastery. What remains today is the 11th century ground floor church.
Barcelona Ethnological Museum Montcada
The Ethnological Museum in Montcada street is a three-floor modern museum of cultural heritage from Africa, South America, India and pacific islands.
Barcelona Picasso Museum
Opening hours, tickets & tips for visiting the Picasso Museum. 4000+ works on display within 5 medieval palaces in EL Born District
Passeig del Born Historic boulevard
Medieval street with cannon ball and chest street art surrounded by fashion boutiques and art museums. Thriving nightlife cocktail bars and restaurants