Incredibly beautiful venue in the Born neighborhood. I walk by this building every day and always pause to admire its intricacies.
If you can listen to a concert in this Art Nouveau building you won't be able to forget the experience.
Hidden down a narrow alleyway of Via Laietana is this glorious example of Catalan art nouveau - a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a prestigious concert hall. I often go out of my way just so I can pass this exquisite building and stare at it for a few minutes. Built from from 1905 to 1908, it was designed by architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner and is covered in floral mosaics, pink tiles and ornate plasterwork, as well as busts of famous musicians and composers. Inside is just as impressive as the outside, but you can only see it on a guided tour or if you buy tickets to see a concert here. There are often famous musicians and flamenco artists that perform here, so I'd definitely recommend going to see it when there's a show on.
Ornately embellished building that will mesmerize you. Take in a concert if you have time.
This musical concert hall has trully amazing design (and not by Gaudi!) and sound. Colorful, beautiful and it's bigger than you think. Tips plan your trip as you can only get in by guided tour, which comes in English, French and Spanish, and run every half and hour.
Absolutely beautiful and unique. Definitely worth seeing.
The Palau de la Musica Catalana is one impressive building! It was designed by the Catalan modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner and every day there are guided tours which allows visitors to witness its palatial beauty up close. For a really special way to see the palace though, take in a show. Almost every night there are shows that range from flamenco performances to opera to Spanish guitar.