Palau Baró de Quadras skip-the-line tickets and guided visit

Avinguda Diagonal, 373, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
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The Palau Baró de Quadras, Institut Ramón Llull headquarters, is a remodelling by the modernist architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, carried out between 1902 and 1905.

The textile industrialist Manuel de Quadras i Feliu, I Baron of Quadras, was responsible for commissioning the remodelling of a house that belonged to him in Diagonal Avenue in Barcelona.

Its interior is organised in the style of the gothic Catalan palaces, where the use of ceramic is somewhat influenced by Islamic architecture. The main façade features couples dressed in a medieval style, such as Saint George, the patron of Catalonia, killing the dragon.

During the visit, you will discover its interiors, the noble floor, the two façades and the staircase.

Reduced price

  • Children 0-6 years old: free


  • Discover this Modernist mansion in Barcelona
  • Admire the the sculptures by Eusebi Arnau and Alfons Juyol
  • Visit this Modernist palace, built between 1904 and 1906 by architect Puig i Cadafalch
  • The palace has been designated a National Historical Monument of Artistic Interest


Meeting place

Avinguda Diagonal, 373, 08008 Barcelona, Spain


  • Wednesday
  • 11.00am: Tour in English
  • 12.00pm: Tour in Catalan
  • 1.00pm: Tour in Spanish
  • Closed: 15 August and 26 December 2018


    •  Skip-the-line ticket
    •  Guided visit
      •  Hotel pick-up drop-off
      •  Food and beverages