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...
With its smoky timber ceiling, excitable waiting staff and generally chaotic feel, this tavern is a slice of the old Spain. Plonk...
Ca L’Isidre information
Lonely Planet review
Lurking in an unappealing backstreet off El Raval, Ca L’Isidre is an old-world gem. Immaculately kept dining areas stretch away from the entrance, dominated by warm timber and tiles. The menu is a work of art in itself - try artichoke hearts stuffed with mushrooms and foie gras, tuna steak with a tomato coulis or lamb's brains with black butter. King Juan Carlos and superchef Ferran Adrià love it.