From the 18th of July, guided tours of the site will be available again on weekends and public holidays.
Little by little, the centres are adapting to the new normality and the safety regulations that the situation demands. So, as of the 18th of July, you can once again enjoy guided tours of the Sant Pau Modernist complex, an excellent way to discover the space in greater depth. And who better to show you around than the Sant Pau guides? They will explain all the artistic details and anecdotes hidden in this emblematic building of Catalan Modernism with more than 600 years of history.
The Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau was built in 1401 with the merging of six hospitals in Barcelona, but it was not until 1930 that the building designed by Domènech i Montaner that we all know today was inaugurated. Finally, in 2009 the hospital's activity was moved to new facilities in order to transform it into this space that you can now visit once again.
These guided tours will be conducted on weekends and holidays in both Catalan and Spanish, and will last about 75 minutes. The first, at 11.00 am, will be in Spanish while at 12.30 pm will be in Catalan. The price per visit is 20 euros and you can buy tickets on the website of the enclosure.
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