It was inaugurated in 1908 and in 1997 was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The façade is decorated with elements of traditional Spanish and Arabic architecture. Red brick, mosaics, glazed tiles and impressive stained glass are the features of the facade. In the corner of the building there is a large complex of sculptures that symbolize Catalan music.
It is the only concert hall in Europe, which during the day is illuminated exclusively by natural light.
In the dome, around the central sun, a female choir is formed.
The figures of 18 young women (muses) who play from a different musical instrument and wear different clothes stand out, with the upper part of their bodies projecting from the wall while the lower part is designed with colorful mosaics.
Sala Lluís Millet
Orfeó Català rehearsal room
In the shop that operates in the foyer, you will find decorative items, jewelry, cds, books and much more.
How are you going?
* You can enter the building only with a tour and not alone! The ticket is a bit expensive (18 euros) but it is a place that is really worth seeing.
* In the foyer there is a cafeteria that offers food menus (eg spaghetti or burger with soft drink at 10 euros)
* If you want more exquisite flavors, you can visit the Mirador del Palau restaurant in the square. Menus start at 14 euros. See more information here.
* A visit to the Palace of Music can be combined with other attractions nearby, such as the Cathedral, the famous Las Ramblas and the Boqueria Market.
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