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A Romanesque church, one of only a few in Barcelona, with a fine cloister which feels almost Arabic in style.
A Romanesque church, one of only a few in Barcelona, with a fine cloister which feels almost Arabic in style. A little island of calm in a very busy city.
Carrer de Sant Pau, 101, Barcelona, Spain
+34 934 41 00 01
A rare example of Romanesque architecture, the prettiest in Barcelona
El gato del Raval - The Raval Cat on Rambla del Raval is a landmark bronze sculpture by Fernando Botero of a huge, rounded cat
El Raval is a neighbourhood in the Ciutat Vella (Old City) of Barcelona known for its multi-ethnic character
This Gothic building was the old city hospital, before the modernist ''Hospital de Sant Pau'' was built
This museum standing at the harbor depicts the Catalan maritime history of trade, wars and discoveries
The Gothic shipyard of the city
While it is on renovation, with only basement and ground floor open for visitors, it is worth a visit only if there is no queue to enter
This is where you arrive by a harbour cable car