It’s a very beautiful church. Although it is not as famous as the Sagrada Familia and Barcelona Cathedral, there are still many believers in the Church of St. Paul de Gamp. We didn’t take pictures because there were people in the church.
Another free attraction in Barcelona, it’s a pity that most tourists seem to overlook Sant Pau del Camp. Because this little church – the oldest one in the city – holds some really special secrets. Monks have lived here throughout the ages, and the aura of peace that still holds sway makes this Romanesque complex a welcome way to escape the life that rides on rough-shod in the surrounding district of the Raval. One tip: ask for Jordi, and if you’re very lucky, he may even sing some Gregorian chant especially for you.
The scenery is very good, it is worth a visit, recommended
The Church of St. Paul De Gamp is really good!
A very nice building to the south of the El Raval neighborhood in the city of Barcelona. An architectural gem within Barcelona. Without a doubt, it is a mandatory visit. Not many tourists are aware of this place. But it is well worth it. It also has a lot of history in every corner since it was built between 879 and 911. Although it was later renovated in the 13th century to give it its Romanesque style that can be appreciated today.