Rotating exhibitions of portions of this private collection of mostly 20th-century art (some 1200 works in total) offer anything from...
Built in 1911 by Salvador Valeri (1873–1954), Casa Comalat is striking. The Gaudí influence on the main facade, with its wavy roof and...
Puig i Cadafalch let his imagination loose on Casa Serra , built in 1903–08, a neo-Gothic whimsy that is home to government offices....
A smallish, popular local cinema (with three screens) that always shows movies in the original language.
Ever since it opened in 1929, this grand old pastry shop has had its regular customers salivating over the endless range of sweets,...
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Catalonia's regional tourist office, which holds a huge range of books and leaflets, also serves as an exhibition space, mostly for those with Catalan themes. In summer concerts are occasionally held in the peaceful gardens at the back of this fine building or in its main hall.