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,...
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 tables spreading over two floors, and old-world style in service and settings, this spot has been doing some of Barcelona's best...
Avinguda del Paral.lel 67-69 · interesting places nearby
Teatre Victòria information
This modern (and, on the street, rather nondescript-looking) theatre is on what used to be considered Barcelona’s version of Broadway. It often stages ballet (including the Bolshoi in 2010), contemporary dance and even flamenco.