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,...
BARTS hasn't been around very long, but is already hosting the finest rock and pop concerts in the city, thanks to a smart design that...
With tables spreading over two floors, and old-world style in service and settings, this spot has been doing some of Barcelona's best...
Carrer Nou de la Rambla 113 · interesting places nearby
Sala Apolo information
This is a fine old theatre, where red velvet dominates and you feel as though you’re in a movie-set dancehall scene featuring Eliot Ness. ‘Nasty Mondays’ and ‘Crappy Tuesdays’ are aimed at a diehard, we-never-stop-dancing crowd. Earlier in the evening, concerts generally take place, here and in 'La 2', a smaller auditorium downstairs. Tastes are as eclectic as possible, from local bands and burlesque shows to big-name international acts.