Things to do in Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera

Top 10 Things to Do in Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera, Barcelona

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  • Ron Huntley
    London, UK163 contributions
    Max Richter concert at the Palau de Musica. Simply perfect. Amazing venue with the greatest artist. Easy to access location. Perfect seating - row 3. Friendly and helpful staff. Good facilities. Highly recommended to try and see any events here. Fabulous
    Written 23 June 2022
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  • gouletelectric
    Toronto, Canada5 contributions
    It was easy to visit in and out no cost no fuss. Makes you wonder how long does these Statues take to complete
    Written 12 June 2022
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  • Georgia M
    Lincoln, UK192 contributions
    We really loved this park! I stumbled across it on Pinterest and some friends who had just got back from Barcelona said they didn’t even know it was there.

    But it’s beautiful! A quiet spot with some lovely features including the boating lake with all of the birds and ducks around. If you want an hour away from the bustle, here’s your place!
    Written 18 June 2022
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  • The Roaming Renegades
    Melbourne, Australia468 contributions
    Really nice area to explore, cool shops and cafes and a nice vibe. Feels like a place where things are going on.
    Written 10 November 2021
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  • Josh G
    Wolverhampton, UK16 contributions
    Fantastic experience - it was busy so had to leave and come back later so recommend booking in advance! We didn't grab an audio guide as you can do this on your phones however found it much better reading all the information on the signs and walls as we walked round. The Blue exhibit was on during our visit which might have been a factor as halfway around the museum the directions and timeline of the artwork was interrupted and made it slightly confusing as well as getting slightly lost! Overall an amazing experience and recommend for some of the cooler days or a day culture seeking!
    Written 18 June 2022
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  • Lisa B
    County Dublin, Ireland3 contributions
    A great cultural experience, but felt the €45 VIP ticket was a bit pricey for the 1 hour show, even with a drink included.
    As someone else mentioned, people kept walking through the door just to the left of the stage which is a bit distracting.
    The dancers, guitarist and singers are all extremely talented and they really did put on an excellent show. Very intense, emotional, passionate and truly captivating.
    Lovely building and in a nice part of the city.
    Written 17 May 2022
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  • Lorrie W
    Milwaukee, WI110 contributions
    We stopped and bought bread, cheeses, nuts and fruits. This lovely young man at Debon meats let us test the cheese and meat we bought. He was so very helpful. We also had take out that was equally delicious! Very fun!
    Written 18 January 2022
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  • Kristen T
    Stuttgart, Germany732 contributions
    This was not really on my radar to see while in Barcelona, but we had some free time so my husband suggested we take a stroll in that area. We took a peek at the Arc before meandering around the surrounding area. I wouldn't go out of your way to see this unless you happen to be super interested in seeing it, but if you have some time or are in the area check it out.
    Written 29 May 2022
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  • ldgp14
    Walsall, UK2,560 contributions
    Cascada Monumental is definitely worth a visit on your trip to Barcelona situated in a nice park which is relatively quiet. It is a brilliant place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre which is only a 15-20 min walk away.
    Written 21 April 2022
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  • Ms_R33480
    Palm Beach, FL634 contributions
    Very nice small museum with very good quality modern art, really interesting and enjoyable. We only had time to visit two of the three floors but really enjoyed it, one can probably see the entire museum in less than two hours.

    We were there for the opera recital, which was also very nice, one hour of singing by a young opera singer and with that ticket we were allowed to also visit the museum, which made for a great afternoon. Also, if you are visiting the museum you may be able to attend the recital with your museum ticket.

    Please note the opera recitals arec only available during certain days and seasons.
    Written 8 May 2022
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  • raypask
    Melbourne, Australia56 contributions
    An old iron and glass market building that has excavated extensive medieval remains from before 1700. The narrow streets, lanes and buildings are all there. History panels clarify the great division between Catalunya and the rest of Spain. there are guided tours and even a children's exploratory dig site. Interesting for sure and free.
    Written 26 January 2020
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  • Melaniej3008
    Cleckheaton, UK455 contributions
    We decided to visit the zoo after a poor weather forecast. It’s not overly dear and worked out around £37 for two people. It’s had some bad reviews but I genuinely feel they are trying and there is lots of redevelopment underway. Some of the animals are old and have been rescued from other zoos and circuses. Yes some were in their enclosures and you couldn’t see them but it’s not really the fault of the zoo. It’s not very big but a lovely way to spend a few hours. If I see an elephant and a giraffe then I’m happy! Definitely worth a visit if you want something to do on an overcast day.
    Written 22 June 2022
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  • The World is My Oyster
    Orlando, FL19,385 contributions
    One of favorite parts of Barcelona for sure. There's such a unique and amazing vibe all around. This is a great place to wonder around in the heart of the Gothic District.
    Written 10 July 2019
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  • johnmodesto
    Modesto, CA617 contributions
    This is a beautifully presented collection of sculpture and other artifacts from indigenous cultures. The building is old and beautiful, please be sure to look up and admire the ceilings. The permanent collection has 31 rooms, representing most native peoples of the world, or at least those that produced art. There also will be a temporary exhibition, at the moment it focuses on aboriginal art from Australia. As so many others have noted this museum is far better than the neighboring Picasso Museum, and is much less crowded. There are detailed explanations about the cultures presented in English, Spanish, and Catalan. Admission is free if you have the Barcelona card. Highly recommended.
    Written 30 May 2022
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  • Jessica R
    Denver, CO58 contributions
    This was just ok. The videos on the history of chocolate were good but the chocolate sculptures have seen better days. The actual chocolate you buy there was good. My kids ran through this quickly (20-30 min) after the Picasso museum….
    Written 9 June 2022
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