The church was built in the 14th century, probably on the site of a former Romanesque church.
Many important persons resided in this complex of three buildings, including the Kings of Aragon. It was built about ten centuries ago.
Historically known as Baixada de Santa Eulàlia, this street and its Gothic architecture will captivate you.
This spectacular building is the seat of Generalitat de Catalunya, the autonomous Catalan government.
Located right in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, this architectural gem is a sight you should not miss.