This gothic monastery in Barcelona seems to be quite under the radar with tourists. It's a beautiful piece of gothic architecture reminding me a little of some of the buildings in Seville, Spain. It dates from the early fourteenth century but is now a museum, which is a good option for those interested in religious art. At only five euros this is a budget friendly activity too. The monastery also has beautiful gardens with palm trees, which are worth exploring.
A bargain seven euros to get into, the Monastery of Pedralbes is a compelling corner of Barcelona that many tourists sadly miss. Founded in the 14th century, the complex contains its own stunning church, 3-storey cloister, all the living quarters of the Poor Clare Nuns, as well as an amazing collection of artwork collected over the centuries. The whole place offers a unique peek into the past and real insights into monastic life over the ages.
The monastaire is a very interesting building by itself.You can see and visit the small and cramped spaces used as living quarters
Padrabi Monastery is a historic monastery. This monastery was first built six hundred years ago. At the same time, it is also a Gothic church. The church was built very magnificently. It is now a museum.
The classic church building has characteristics and is very old, worth visiting.