Guided tours of this 14th century building began this March.
In 1339, the Consolat de Mar and the Consell de Cent obtained the land in front of the beach, where the Llotja de Mar was built. This mid-14th century building was designed with the aim of becoming a meeting place for the city’s merchants and ended up becoming a business temple in Barcelona. It is the last building in joining the project Unique Houses and, from this March, you can make guided tours, which take place on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10.30 am in Spanish and at 12 pm in Catalan.
Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to discover the Llotja, a building that preserves elements of Catalan Gothic, neoclassicism and modernism, due to the works it has undergone in recent centuries. If you hurry up, you’ll still be able to get a place for the special visiting days during Easter: Thursday, April 1 at 6 pm, Friday 2 and Saturday 3 at 11 am and Sunday 4 at 10.30 am. Regular opening hours will start again on Wednesday 7.
The price of the visit is 12 euros. You can reserve your place through the calendar on the website, which also indicates the language of the visit according to the schedule.
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