Palau Dalmases on the historic Carrer Montcada is named after aristocrat Pau Ignasi de Dalmases, who remodeled the entire house in the 17th century. The Catalan building has a Gothic façade in Montjuïc stone with a richly decorated portal, and large zoomorphic gargoyles protruding from the roof. The interiors have a ground floor attic, main floor, another floor and an attic, all around a Baroque central courtyard, surrounded by large arches on Tuscan columns. The stairway has Solomonic columns and a railing with carved stone reliefs depicting the Rape of Europa and the Triumph of Neptune.
It is home to the Espai Baroque, a cozy space with antique furniture and décor where visitors can enjoy a traditional flamenco show with cajón and flamenco guitar.
Carrer de Montcada, 20, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
+34 933 10 06 73
Palau Dalmases and Nearby Attractions on Map
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The Montjuic is a 184.
Can Framis Museum(2.3 km)
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National Library of Catalunya(1.1 km)
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