Fundació Antoni Tàpies
The Fundació Antoni Tàpies is both a pioneering Modernista building (completed in 1885) and the major collection of leading 20th-century...
Hotel magnate Jordi Clos has spent much of his life collecting ancient Egyptian artefacts, brought together in this private museum. It’s...
One of the strangest residential buildings in Europe, this is Gaudí at his hallucinatory best. The facade, sprinkled with bits of blue,...
Les Gens Que J'Aime
This intimate basement relic of the 1960s follows a deceptively simple formula: chilled jazz music in the background, minimal lighting...
The ‘Catalan Brewery’ is good for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Come for your morning coffee and croissant, or enjoy the abundance of...
Carrer de València 249 · interesting places nearby
What started as a modest Mallorcan family business (the island has a long shoemaking tradition) has, over the decades, and particularly with the success of the 'bowling shoe' in the '90s, become the Clarks of Spain. The shoes, from the eminently sensible to the stylishly fashionable, are known for solid reliability and are sold all over the world.
It now has shops all over Barcelona.