Centre d’Art Santa Mònica
The Convent de Santa Mònica, which once stood on the western flank of the street, has since been converted into the Centre d'Art Santa...
Escola Oficial d’Idiomes de Barcelona
Offers part-time courses (around 10 hours per week) in Spanish and Catalan (€185.65 per semester). Because of the high demand for...
Poliesportiu Frontó Colom
Smack in the heart of the old city, this gym offers a fitness room with all manner of exercise equipment, including a section with...
A French cabaret theme (with lots of Piaf in the background) dominates this tiny, cluttered classic. It’s been going, on and off, since...
Lonely Planet review
This altar to kitsch, a dingy dance hall that has transgressed since the 1920s, is run by the luminous underground cabaret figure of Carmen Mairena and exudes a gorgeously tacky feel, especially with the midnight drag shows on Friday and Saturday. Due to its popularity with tourists, getting in is all but impossible unless you turn up early.