Palau Reial by Bed & Breakfast in Barcelona
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.

Our accommodation in Bed & Breakfast offers you all the information and tips of the city.

(Thank you Toby Hammond…again!)


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ACCOMMODATION IN BARCELONA CITY CENTER, SPAIN Our Bed and Breakfasts are situated in the best area of the amazing city of Barcelona, close to most of the important touristic attractions. We aim to give you a relaxed stay in one of our Guest Houses by providing comfortable accommodation at an affordable price and cordial service. You'll find our Bed and Breakfasts in beautiful buildings of the Catalan modernistic style. Their beautiful interiors contribute to the warm and charming stay at our Bed and Breakfast, just what you need after a busy day of sightseeing. Each morning you will enjoy our delicious self-service breakfast buffet that will get you ready for a day full of activities. Whatever your purpose is to visit Barcelona, we will do our best to make your stay a pleasant one!
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One Response to PALAU REIAL

  1. >Architectural complex commissioned by King Pedro 'el Ceremonioso'. It was the official count's residence in the 11th century, and the actual palace was then built on top of the ruins of the count's residence.It still retains a large hall called 'Tinell Hall' and its walls are actually part of the 13th century city walls. It has two levels of blind arches. It was built in the 14th century. One of the building's wings runs parallel to Condes de Barcelona street, which was originally built in the 14th century, and nowadays has been redesigned in a modern style.

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