In order to save time, we took a taxi directly from Passeig de Gracia (you can also take the metro line L1 and get off at Urquinaona) to the second stop of our Barcelona day trip-the Catalan Concert Hall. This concert hall is located in this humble alley of Carrer del Palau de la Musica. The facade is made of clear water brick walls, and the front facade is framed with point-type frameless glass curtain walls, which not only protects this ancient building that has been built for more than a century, but does not affect its beauty too much. The entire building has a modernist style: the facade is richly decorated and combines traditional Spanish and Moorish elements.
The taste is good, it is worth a try. pretty good.
The scenery is very good, it is worth a visit, recommended