Domus de Sant Honorat
The remains of a Roman domus (town house) have been unearthed and opened to the public. The house (and vestiges of three small shops)...
When an Argentine investor bought a run-down electrician’s store with an eye to converting it into central Barcelona’s umpteenth bar, he...
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...
This inviting newcomer to Barri Gòtic serves beautifully prepared tapas dishes and changing specials (including seafood paella for one)....
Carrer de Sant Domènec del Call 4 · interesting places nearby
A wonderfully photogenic spot tucked down a tiny lane in the Call, Salterio serves refreshing teas, Turkish coffee, authentic mint teas and snacks amid stone walls, incense and ambient Middle Eastern music. If hunger strikes, try the sardo (grilled flat-bread covered with pesto, cheese or other toppings).