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Fee is €9.80 if you buy it there. The architecture is beyond amazing but there's nothing really much too do other than that. It's a great place to take picture, I can say that. The only sites that I like is the former operating room...More
This complex of ornately designed buildings was a hospital until the 1960’s. Designed by one of Gaudís contemporaries - this is an absolute must for architect buffs. Apart from the well thought out design of the buildings with underground tunnels - the highlight is the...More
We came here on a Sunday (Dec. 2) and somehow that day the entrance fee was waived. Generally, it is 14 Euro or 19 Euro with a guided tour. 3 Euro for the audio guide. Because we were tight on time, we skipped the guided...More
As others have said, this was a real surprise. Very close to Sagrada Familia - just walk up Avenue Gaudi. The Modernist architecture is impressive, the story behind it really interesting. Far more to visit than you might expect, when you arrive at the entrance...More
This recently reopened hospital is a fantastic place to visit. I don't have enough words to describe the beauty, elegance, creativity, rest, .... of this place. Every corner and part of the buildings, makes you go WOW.... it is in the typical spanish version of...More
The visit begins in the exhibition space in the Saint Salvador Pavilion, summarizing the history of the hospital, from its founding up until the present day.
The recommended itinerary continues around the outdoor spaces of the site, reproducing the garden city model. As you stroll...More
A friend recommended we visit here. It is beautiful and the tour was excellent. I enjoyed this more than parc quell. It wasn’t crowded and is much easier to get to on public transportation- just a couple blocks from sagrada familia. Don’t miss it and...More
How do you hide a gem like this? We've been to Barcelona 6-7 times but not in the last three years which perhaps explains why we had never heard of this place. Built by Gaudi's mentor, it is architecturally fabulous. Everywhere you look is something...More