One of Barcelona’s hidden treasures, quite often not discovered by the usual tourist is the Palau de la Música, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located in the heart of city, minutes away from Placa Catalunya.
It was built built between 1905 and 1908 as a place where music could be enjoyed at its most, and it is still today a major site hosting festivals and music concerts.
The breathtaking architecture full of colour and natural light is a magnificent example of Modernist architecture, designed by Lluis Domenech i Montaner, a contemporary of Gaudi.
The interior design, made of mosaïcs, sculpted stones and numerous impressive stained glasses, is absolutely stunning and well worth a visit.
The best way to enjoy the Palau is to go to an actual concert, but there are also daily tours taking place in English, Catalan and Spanish. Visit: http://www.palaumusica.org/ for more information.