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Great ancient church and building to explore. Was on the outskirts of town in the olden days, beyond the city wall. Lovely cloister and oldest tombstone on early ruler in Barcelona to view here. Worth a visit, not far from the Ramblas.
A wonderful Romanesque church in Barcelona, off the usual tourist path but easily reachable by public transportation.
The church is very, very beautiful, and so is the little cloister with columns with splendid capitals. There are a few statues in the church, all very interesting....More
Sant Pau del Camp is the eldest church in Barcelona.
It was built year 900-1000.
The beautiful church is situated in the southwest part of the neighborhood El Raval. The closest metro station is Paral-lel.
Sant Pau del Camp is a silent place. An oasis...More
It doesn't take long to see everything in this lovely little place but you could spend quite a while there just meditating and enjoying the detail of, for example, the delightful cloister. The staff are welcoming and there are tours but the little booklet they...More
My wife and I had a short stop off in Barcelona whilst on a TUI cruiser and enjoyed the visit. Whilst exploring we stumbled on this amazingly beautiful church. 3 Euros to get in and well worth the money. A fully working church with lovely...More
Like others, we actually found the little church of Sant Pau de Camp by stumbling on it when we were in the Raval district. I'm very happy we did! It is a beautiful small church still in use. May you also get lost and in...More
A charming Romanesque monastery, now a parish church, not far from the Rambla. You can visit the cloister and the church --the rest is diocesan offices. The cloister has charming columns and several curious capitals. The church is now rather austere, or severe. But it's...More
In a forest of cathedrals, basilicas and Gothic monasteries, there is a tiny well hidden Romanesque masterpiece that seems to chuckle at the new guys around less than a thousand years old.Sant Pau is a tiny perfect remnant that somehow has scooted under the radar...More
Once a downtrodden corner of downtown Barcelona, this gritty area has seen a cultural resurgence boasting an excellent nightlife and one of the most multi ethnic spots in the entire city. A sense of humble authenticity protrudes from the many independent record stores, second hand shops, and student bars that seem to light up the streets day and night. The rocking epicenter, the MACBA Plaça, is a modern day
forum for bohemian youth, abuzz with the sights and sounds of late-night gatherings and talented skateboarders showing off their latest tricks.