What To Expect
Enjoy a guided visit of Palau de la Musica Catalana, the only concert hall in the world to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Palau de la Musica Catalana was designed by the architect Domenech i Montaner as the home of the Orfeo Catala choir. Funded by public donations, the Palau is one of the most iconic examples of Catalonia's architectural and musical heritage.
Start admiring this unique modernista building tucked away among the narrow streets of Barcelona from the outside. It combines sculpture, mosaic, stained glass and wrought iron on its magnificent facade.
Then enter the building through the entrance adjacent to the foyer to discover this new area which provides a meeting place and is open to the public daily or enter through the lobby, which is the former main entrance. to admire the two lamps characteristic of Barcelona at modernist times.
Watch a 15-minute audiovisual about the history of the Palau de la Musica Catalana and society in the early 20th century In the Orfeo Catala's modernista rehearsal room.
You'll discover the main part of the building: the concert hall with its harmonious proportions, sumptuous decor and vast central skylight which fills the space with light. You'll have the unique opportunity to walk on the stage and see the auditorium through the eyes of the performers.
To end your tour, visit the Sala Lluis Millet, which is named after the founder of the Orfeo Catala. Its huge stained glass window reveals the row of columns on the balcony of the facade.
Professional tour guide
Entrance fee to the Palau de la Musica Catalana
Food and drinks
Optional activity costs
Tips and gratuities
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2 to 6 hours
2 hours and 30 minutes