Barcelona, a city for students who love architecture

Barcelona, a city for students who love architecture

Palau Moxó


Despite not being one of the best known or visited, in one of the little gems of Barcelona in the form of a palace. It is located in the Gothic Quarter, and is Baroque. In fact this palace is the only one of this style that managed to preserve all the interior during the Civil War.


 Casa Milà (better known as La Pedrera)


This is one of the most famous monuments and you will love to visit when you look for university flats in Barcelona or if you already live in the city. It is an authentic reference of Gaudí's modernism located in Paseo de Gracia.

 Casa Batlló

The most photographed building in Barcelona. To contemplate this architectural marvel of the maestro Gaudí, is a must if you are a tourist or an inhabitant of Barcelona. Going to visit this emblematic building is one of the plans that will make it very difficult for you to stay at home or in one of the shared student apartments with your friends during the weekend.

Palau Reial de Pedralbes

If their walls spoke, they would tell us the large number of personalities that have crossed their doors over time. At present it houses different museums, such as ceramics and decorative arts.

Gran Teatre del Liceu

It is the oldest and most prestigious active theater in Barcelona. It is considered one of the most important opera houses in the world. Located on Las Ramblas in Barcelona, ??it has been the scene since 1847 of the most prestigious works performed by the best singers in the world.


Estació de França 

Good taste and monumentality are exhibited in the great station of Barcelona; the Station of France, large in size and beautiful although few trains circulate. As we approach the lobby and the roads, we will discover a building that has often been compared for its elegance with the Parisian station of Orsay.


Museu Marítim 

The Maritime Museum of Barcelona, ??located in the royal dockyards, has since 1929 brought together an important collection of collections that illustrate the Catalan maritime culture and help to understand the how and why of the maritime history of the country. Through spectacular scenographies, the visitor is immersed in the fascinating world of navigation.


El Palauet

Located on Passeig de Gràcia and in a modernist style, it has more than 100 years behind it. Since 2010, it houses a hotel establishment that keeps all kinds of details.


Llotja de mar

It was the meeting place of merchants for a long time and today can be visited since it was remodeled with a neoclassical style.

In conclusion, there are many historical monuments scattered throughout the city of Barcelona, ??which is full of history in many of its corners.

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