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Monuments of Barcelona

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Monuments of Barcelona

Palau Güell: A building that represents Catalan Modernisme designed by Antoni Gaudí. Just 5 minutes from the hotel.

Antiguo Hospital de la Santa Creu (Old Hospital de la Santa Creu): Its origins can be traced back to 1401 and was built to bring together the six hospitals in Barcelona. Today it is the headquarters of the Biblioteca (Library) de Catalunya, among other institutions.

Gran Teatre del Liceu: The opera theatre par excellence, considered one of the most important in the world. After the fire that shocked the Catalan society in 1994, it opened its doors again in 1999 thanks to the support of institutions, companies and private donations.

Palau de la Música: Modernist-style music auditorium designed by Domènech i Montaner, one of the main exponents of that style.

Museo Picasso: Reference centre where you can learn about the famous Malaga artist Pablo Picasso

Basílica Santa Maria del Mar: Located in an old Necropolis where the martyr Santa Eulalia—the first patron of the city of Barcelona— was buried. It’s one of the best examples of Gothic style in Barcelona. It was built with stones from the mountain of Montjuïc..

Casa Batlló: Modernist museum by Antoni Gaudí and an icon of the city. It is a myth of architecture and design.

Casa Amatller: Modernist building by architect Puig i Cadafalch that together with Casa Batlló, Casa Mulleras, Casa Bonet and Casa Lleó Morera make up the block called "Block of Discord", named that way for the professional rivalry among its architects.

Casa Milá: Known as La Pedrera due to its exterior appearance, similar to that of an open-air quarry, is the fourth and last of the works that Gaudí designed in the Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona’s quintessential shopping street that used to join the old walled Barcelona the ‘Vila de Gracia’.

The Cathedral of Santa Creu and Santa Eulàlia in Barcelona: The Gothic cathedral of Barcelona and headquarters of the Archbishopric of Barcelona. Located in the heart of Barcelona, in the Gothic Quarter, it is just a 10-minute walk from the hotel.

Sagrada Familia: Gaudí’s most important work and the most visited landmark in Barcelona. It is also the second most visited church after St. Peter's in the Vatican. Although the work was started in 1882, it has not been completed yet.

Park Güell Monumental zone: A park with gardens and architectural elements where Gaudí developed all his ingenuity.

Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau: A group of buildings designed by Domènech i Montaner. It is one of the largest modernist architectural ensembles.

Poble Espanyol: An architectural museum with buildings that represent many regions of Spain. It perfectly combines contemporary art, architecture, craftsmanship and gastronomy.

Castell Montjuïc: An old military fortress that has played an important role in many moments of the city’s history.

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