Monestir de Santa Isabel
Built in 1886 to house Clarissan nuns, this former monastery has a neo-Gothic cloister. Today it houses a grammar school.
Col·legi de les Teresianes
This striking work by Gaudí has exposed brick pillars and steep catenary arches, each of which is unique. It was built in 1889 for the...
Museu-Monestir de Pedralbes
This peaceful old convent was first opened to the public in 1983 and is now a museum of monastic life (the few remaining nuns have moved...
Caffè San Marco
Wood panelling, blue-vested waiters and marble-topped cafe tables lend this place an old-school charm – making San Marco a fine place...
Next door to Sarrià's pretty 18th-century church (Sant Vicenç de Sarrià), Santamassa is an enticing spot for a light meal at any time of...
Carrer Major de Sarrià 49 · interesting places nearby
Bar Tomàs information
Many barcelonins have long claimed that Bar Tomàs is by far the best place in the city for patatas bravas (potato chunks in a slightly spicy tomato sauce). Despite the fluorescent lights and friendly but gruff service, folks from all walks of life pile in, particularly for lunch on weekends.
Potatoes aside, you'll find fried artichokes, anchovies and other snacks – all of which go nicely with the ice-cold San Miguel beer on tap.