Palau de la Musica Catalana or in english Palace of Catalan Music is a concert hall in Barcelona and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Palau de la Musica Catalania is an important landmark in the cultural and social life of Catalonia.
Look for: Design: Extensive use of dynamic shapes, rich decoration, floral and other organic motifs Facade: displays a hint of Spanish and Arabic architecture highlighting brick and iron, the mosaics, the stained glass, and the glazed tiles Entrance: concentric arches adorned with floral mosaics Vestibule, staircases, and foyer: decorated with glazed ceramic moldings that are arranged in the shape of stars Lluís Millet hall: popular gathering place for concert-goers and also serves as a teaching area for visitors touring the building Concert hall: An architectural masterpiece completely luminated by natural light in the daytime
Bus Lines: V15, V17, 45 Barcelona Tourist Bus (route north and south): Stop Casa Batllo - Antoni Tàpies Foundation. City Tours (Tours Barcelona): Stop 2, Gothic. Metro Urquinaona: L1, L4 RENFE: Station Plaça Catalunya FGC: Station Plaça Catalunya