Fundació Joan Brossa
Completed in 1912, Casa Thomas was one of Domènech i Montaner’s earlier efforts – the ceramic details are a trademark and the massive...
Interesting on the outside and made all the more enticing by its gardens, this creation by Domènech i Montaner is spectacular on the...
Casa de les Punxes
Puig i Cadafalch’s Casa Terrades is better known as the Casa de les Punxes (House of Spikes) because of its pointed turrets. This...
Leather lovers get in some close-quarters inspection on the dance floor and more, especially in the dark room, downstairs past the...
De Tapa Madre
A chatty atmosphere greets you from the bar from the moment you swing open the door. A few tiny tables line the window, but head...
Lonely Planet review
Pop into this basement gallery to get an insight into the mind of one of the city’s cultural icons, Joan Brossa, a difficult-to-classify mix of poet, artist, theatre man, Catalan nationalist and all-round visionary. You’ll see a panoply of objects of art (like Porró amb Daus , a typical Spanish wine decanter with dice), followed by samples of his visual poems.