When we mention Barcelona, we cannot help but think of Sagrada Familia, Güell Park, and the Gothic Quarter. Without a doubt, these are the symbolic places that immediately come to everyone's head. However, there are other numerous enclaves that are worth visiting. This is why we want to dedicate a few paragraphs telling you about the most interesting hidden corners of Ciudad Condal.
1. The ruins of Augustus Temple
In the middle of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter you will find the medieval courtyard located at number 10 Carrer del Paradis. There are four imposing columns belonging to the Temple of Augustus that have fortunately managed to survive for more than 2000 years.
2. Sant Agustí Vell Plaza
This plaza is located in the heart of Sant Pere district and has a melancholic and Parisian air to it. In addition, it has almost maintained its medieval history and most of the buildings that surround it date from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It is definitely an ideal place to enjoy a typical Catalan cuisine immersed in traditional atmosphere.
3. The Palau Robert Gardens
These gardens are located in Paseo de Gracia. In particular, they are responsible for surrounding the Palau Robert, one of the most imposing buildings in the city built at the beginning of the 20th century. Without a doubt, it is an oasis in the middle of Barcelona.