Museu del Calçat
This obscure museum is home to everything from Egyptian sandals to dainty ladies’ shoes of the 18th century. The museum and cobblers’...
Centre d’Interpretació del Call
Once a 14th-century house of the Jewish weaver Jucef Bonhiac, this small visitors centre is dedicated to the history of Barcelona’s...
Església de Santa Maria del Pi
This striking 14th-century church is a classic of Catalan Gothic, with an imposing facade, a wide interior and a single nave. The simple...
In the heart of the Barri Gòtic, one screen turns around several movies in the course of the afternoon and evening. They occasionally...
Cervecería Taller de Tapas
Lonely Planet review
Centuries of heavenly gastronomic tradition from across Spain are concentrated in this exquisite medieval space in the heart of the city. The upstairs cafe is a dainty setting for decadent cakes and pastries, while descending into the underground chamber with its stone walls and flickering candles is like stepping into the Middle Ages.
Wherever you decided to sit, you'll also pass through the shop that sells sweets (such as the irresistible marzipan from Toledo) made by nuns in convents across the country.