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The Palau, an icon of modernist architecture in downtown Barcelona The Palau de la Música Catalana is one of the most representative monuments of the city and It is one of the most recommended tourist attractions of Barcelona. Built between 1905 and...more
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You cannot even hear what you think, as the place is over crowded with screaming kids. The volume is so high that it is unbearable, as there were thousands of school kids queuing up and entering the building.
Popular for good reasons. The colours and design are sensational. We did a 10am tour during a school day and were treated to a fantastic flamenco performance being put on local school children. The 10 minute video up front was informative background material, once inside...More
Clearly, if possible, go to Palau de la Musica to see a performance, but even if you can't do that, it's a very interesting building and definitely worth the time to see. You must take one of the paid tours, but that's the good news...More
We went here to see a flamenco performance, which ended up costing about the same as the tickets to just visit. It is a must-see, beautiful building.
Experiencing it in use was the frosting. To see it filled to the top with people was amazing.
So pleased we took a tour of this. It’s amazing I don’t usually like guided tours but this took an hour & was very informative. The building is stunning stained glass & mosaics,sculptors of horses. Great functional organ a sample piece was played which was...More
Don’t miss the flamenco performance at the Palau. The performance brought tears to my eyes cuz it was so passionate and the venue was spectacular. Just sorry we couldn’t see the building in daytime. One of the most memorable events during our trip. Beware of...More
Palau de la Musica Catalana is definitely the most beautiful music theater I have ever been to. It is an outstanding piece of architecture and visiting it was truly a mystical experience. Must visit on your Barcelona trip to get lost in a beautiful myriad...More
the palau de muzica presents total modernism. we meet there the rose in many colors as a symbol of the Sf Gheorghe legend, the legend that defends represented in many of the buildings in Barcelona. Guided tours start at fixed hours. are also in English....More
The labyrinth that is El Born becomes most apparent the moment you turn down one of its side streets. But this is one of the few labyrinths you might actually enjoy losing your way in. After all, there are few places that live and breathe such exciting energy regardless of the time of day. This neighbourhood seamlessly transcends the old and new parts of the city, reflected in its vast array of restaurants
ranging from fancy Michelin-star establishments to trendy fusion restaurants. Here you'll find historical and cultural attractions such as the popular Picasso Museum and the Gothic cathedral La Santa Maria del Mar, where you just might be able to catch a traditional Catalan wedding.
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We listened to a piano recital when we were there. We sat about ten rows back from the stage in the left orchestra section. The sound was very good with even very quiet passages sounding crystal clear. I think that being... More
We listened to a piano recital when we were there. We sat about ten rows back from the stage in the left orchestra section. The sound was very good with even very quiet passages sounding crystal clear. I think that being that the theater is not overly large and that the volume of an organ is greater than that of a piano, you should have no problems with accoustics in just about any location of the theater. If there are any "dead zones" in the place, there was no mention of it during our tour and I didn't see any obvious reasons why there should be any.
I think tour is obligatory. At the door they told us to wait for the guide before we enter. I think that's good because it guarantees the protection of the monument. It's also a very pleasant guided tour. Every hour they... More
I think tour is obligatory. At the door they told us to wait for the guide before we enter. I think that's good because it guarantees the protection of the monument. It's also a very pleasant guided tour. Every hour they have guidance in a different language.