Recinte Modernista De Sant PauCurrently Open [Closes at 06:30 pm]
- Address: Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167, 08025 Barcelona, Spain
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +34-935537801
- Ticket Price: 10 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Landmark, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Architecture , Unesco Site
Recinte Modernista De Sant Pau - Review
Dating between years 1905 to 1930, this complex was designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner to be used as a public hospital. Although built for a different purpose than what it is famed for today, the architecture of the building is marvellous and worth spending a glance. Considered to be a landmark in the art-nouveau style, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is an epitome of historic and artistic elegance.
Stunning pavilions, landscaped gardens, magnetic underground passages and beautiful interiors are worth your time!
Recinte Modernista De Sant Pau Information
- Guided visits are available in Catalan, Spanish, English and French, prior reservation is recommended.
Recinte Modernista De Sant Pau Ticket Prices
- Aged 16 to 29, over 65, Targeta Rosa Reduïda cardholders: 7 Euros
- Guided visit: 16 Euros, aged 16 to 29, over 65, Targeta Rosa Reduida cardholders: 11.20 Euros
- Children under 16 (accompanied by an adult), unemployed, teachers, Targeta Rosa Gratuïta cardholders, disabled: free
- Group visit, school visits and technical visits have discounted entry fee, check official website for the same.
- Free entrance: 12th February, 23rd April, 9th May, 24th September, first Sunday of the month (only self-guided visits in the regular route of the visits program).
Recinte Modernista De Sant Pau Hours
- Schedule for guided visit is available on official website.
How To reach Recinte Modernista De Sant Pau by Public Transport
- Buses 192, N0: stop Cartagena-Av Gaudí, subway L5- stop Sant Pau | Dos de Maig
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Recinte Modernista De Sant Pau Trips
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Recinte Modernista De Sant Pau, Barcelona Reviews
Stunning architecture! There is a charge to get into the campus. There is no free entry for students but young people and senior citizens get a discount. In my opinion though the discount was still to high of a price for me. You can get a quick photo from the front if you like. I saw some of the campus through gates on the street and it looks amazing.
A real surprise. Many buildings. I took guide visit, and then you can stay as long as you want to enjoy once more each of the several buildings open to the public and take photos. Enjoyable visit for those who like art and history but also daily life because of permanent link to the original purpose of the building as hospital. Still some parts/ buildings are used with this purpose. If you visit in summer bring sun protection for the outside walking
We enjoyed walking the grounds and seeing the architecture which is much more impressive on the outside. The insides are being worked on to be restored so you can only go in a few. However it was great to learn about the history of this place and if you like to look at art nouveau buildings, these are stunningly detailed. Nice stop, took tons of pictures.
Thoroughly enjoyed exploring the beautiful buildings here! The tile work was astounding, the architectural details ornate and gorgeous. It was exciting to see something that has only been opened so recently to the public, and much less crowded than more famous monuments.
Fun to walk around and see the operating rooms. Not sure if they still used them all the way up until 2009. Don't bother w the audio tour but rather maybe go for the live tour so you can ask questions. Most of the audiotour was something you could have read on the posters they have in the buildings.