Església de les Saleses
Constructed in 1901, Puig i Cadafalch’s Casa Macaya has a wonderful courtyard and features the typical playful, pseudo-Gothic...
The colourful Casa Granell , built between 1901 and 1903 by Jeroni Granell (1867–1931), is a peculiar building, with its serpentine...
Michael Collins Pub
To be sure of a little Catalan-Irish craic, this barn-sized and storming pub is just the ticket.
High ceilings, battered leather armchairs and dramatic flower arrangements set the tone in this sunny little corner cafe, beloved of...
Lonely Planet review
A singular neo-Gothic effort, this church is interesting because it was designed by Joan Martorell i Montells (1833–1906), Gaudí’s architecture professor. Raised in 1878–85 with an adjacent convent (badly damaged in the civil war and now a school), it offers hints of what was to come with Modernisme, with his use of brick, mosaics and sober stained glass.