The Palau Reial, located at the Diagonal (metro L3 – green line, the stop is called Palau Reial and is the second to last stop in the direction Zona Universitaria), was part of the antique “Finca Güell” before being transferred to the Spanish Royal Family for their visits to Barcelona.
The Palau Reial contains two unusual interesting museums: The Museum of Decorative Arts and Ceramics Museum, wich offers exhibits ranging from ancient Arab pottery to pieces by Picasso and Miró.
If you come during the spring it is very nice for a walk in the morning. It’s maybe a 30-45 minutes walt through. It opens at 9:00hs and is free but it is some what far away from everything.
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