North of Gràcia and about 4km from Plaça de Catalunya, Park Güell is where Gaudí turned his hand to landscape gardening. It’s a strange,...
The spired house to the right is the Casa-Museu Gaudí, where Gaudí lived for most of his last 20 years (1906–26). It contains furniture...
Parc de la Creueta del Coll
Not far from Park Güell, this refreshing public park has a pleasant, meandering, splashing pool. The pool, along with swings, showers...
One of the city’s principal alternative theatres, the Sala Beckett is a smallish space that does not shy away from challenging theatre,...
This Catalan restaurant, nestled in a semi-rustic setting not far from Park Güell, has as much to do with Tibet as this author does with...
Centre d'Interpretació information
Just inside the main entrance on Carrer d'Olot, visit the park's Centre d'Interpretació in the Pavellóde Consergeria , the typically curvaceous, Gaudían former porter's home that hosts a display on Gaudí's building methods and the history of the park.