This undulating beast is another madcap Gaudí masterpiece, built in 1905–10 as a combined apartment and office block. Formally called...
Palau del Baró Quadras
Puig i Cadafalch designed Palau del Baró Quadras (built 1902–06) in an exuberant Gothic-inspired style. The main facade is its most...
Catalonia's regional tourist office, which holds a huge range of books and leaflets, also serves as an exhibition space, mostly for...
It’s a pool-playing, rock and roll kinda world in this popular late-night haunt, where those without disco desire but in search of one...
Ever since it opened in 1929, this grand old pastry shop has had its regular customers salivating over the endless range of sweets,...
Passeig de Gràcia 98 · interesting places nearby
Fundació Suñol information
Rotating exhibitions of portions of this private collection of mostly 20th-century art (some 1200 works in total) offer anything from Man Ray’s photography to sculptures by Alberto Giacometti. Over two floors, you are most likely to run into Spanish artists, anyone from Picasso to Jaume Plensa, along with a sprinkling of others from abroad.
It makes a refreshing pause between the crush of crowded Modernista monuments on this boulevard. Indeed, you get an interesting side view of one of them, La Pedrera, from out the back.