Església de Sant Pau del Camp
The best example of Romanesque architecture in the city is the dainty little cloister of this church. Set in a somewhat dusty garden,...
Teatre Nou Tantarantana
Apart from staging all sorts of contemporary and experimental drama (anything from Harold Pinter to local creations), this cosy theatre...
Barcelonins’ favourite source of orxata/horchata (tiger-nut drink) since 1926, this busy locale serves up the best you’ll try without...
Carrer de Sant Pau 128 · interesting places nearby
La Confitería information
This is a trip into the 19th century. Until the 1980s it was a confectioner’s shop, and although the original cabinets are now lined with booze, the look of the place has barely changed in its conversion into a laid-back bar. A quiet enough spot for a house vermut (€3; add your own soda) in the early evening, it fills with theatregoers and local partiers later at night.