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Entrada al Sant Pau Recinte Modernista en Barcelona

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Barcelona, España

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Esta entrada le permite acceder a una de las instituciones médicas más antiguas de Europa, Sant Pau Recinte Modernista. Realice una visita autoguiada por este complejo de Art Nouveau, una de las obras más importantes del arquitecto Lluís Domènech i Montaner. Las entradas son válidas en cualquier momento durante el horario de apertura; las instalaciones tienen acceso para sillas de ruedas.
  • Lugar Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO
  • Entrada al Sant Pau Recinte Modernista
  • Explore uno de los complejos de Art Nouveau más grandes de Europa
  • La excursión autoguiada es apta para sillas de ruedas
  • Visite el Pabellón de la administración, la sala Lluís Domènech i Montaner y la sala Pau Gil
  • La entrada es válida en cualquier momento durante el horario de apertura
Con su bono de entrada pagado en mano, venga a Sant Pau, situado en Sant Antoni Maria Claret en el centro de Barcelona. Comprar su entrada por anticipado le garantiza la entrada a una de las atracciones populares de Barcelona.Comience su visita autoguiada en el Pabellón de la Administración en cualquier momento durante las horas de apertura de la instalación. Pasee por el espacio de la exposición, donde puede conocer la contribución de las instalaciones a la medicina y su patrimonio artístico a través de una mesa táctil interactiva y una presentación en video. Explore la red de túneles subterráneos, que se dirigen a la colección de pabellones del edificio y salen a los jardines. Echa un vistazo a los detalles arquitectónicos del exterior del edificio, como vidrieras, esculturas y cúpulas.Diríjase al restaurado Pabellón de Sant Rafael y al antiguo Quirófano y, a continuación, a la sala Lluís Domènech i Montaner, la sala Pau Gil y el Vestíbulo Principal. Termine en el Pabellón de Sant Jordi, sede de la serie de exposiciones temporales cambiantes.
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Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau
Pabellón Sant Salvador, que resume la historia del hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, desde su fundación en 1401 hasta el siglo XXI. En el piso superior, los visitantes podrán ver una instalación de arte contemporáneo que simboliza un dragón, un homenaje a la figura y el trabajo de Lluís Domènech i Montaner, que fue un arquitecto clave en el modernismo, el Art Nouveau catalán.
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No tour!!!!
Tourist56931617707
, sep 2019
I buy ticket and it was closed !!!! I arrives September 24.2019 at 3 pm. IT soul be open till 7 pm!!!!
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Eor the first time in this place and no...
Codrina B
, oct 2017
Eor the first time in this place and no regret !!! Please visit !!!
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This is a little hidden gem in...
Jerica G
, jul 2017
This is a little hidden gem in Barcelona. The history was interesting and underground tunnels provided more insight into this old hospital. There is a short video that you can watch upon entering that provided some history. Realizing some of the medical accomplishments achieved here was truly amazing. If you have free time while in Barcelona, don't miss out on this gem.
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There was a fashion show event on...
jh6583
, jun 2017
There was a fashion show event on the day we went and only 2 buildings were open. Unfortunately we were not informed ahead of time to avoid the disappointment. Other than that, the site is absolutely beautiful. Just wish we could see the whole thing.
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It was a beautiful and stunning...
Mikaila C
, mar 2017
It was a beautiful and stunning building, however I had a hard time navigating and felt very overwhelmed. There were some places that did not have any direction signs so I didn't know where to go and there were no employees to help guide people. I ran into maybe 4 other tourists there looking around which was nice that it wasn't crowded. The outside yard is spectacular and the buildings, rooms, and ceilings were beautiful. The outdoor yard is huge and there are several building and some of them are closed off, others are open with exhibits inside. Some of them I found rather uninteresting. I would have enjoyed it more if I had a guided tour.. would I recommend this place as a must see in Barcelona? No, unless you are extremely interested in architecture and or medical history of Barcelona.
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What a neat place...the buildings and...
Ann S
, ene 2017
What a neat place...the buildings and the town that the hospital created were the art
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Wow, this was such an unexpected...
SCV
, nov 2016
Wow, this was such an unexpected beautiful place! is just a few minutes away from Sagrada Familia, and it is like a mini oasis in the middle of Barcelona! The architecture is stunning (crazy to think it was a hospital until a few years ago) and the courtyard is filled with trees and plants, which make you feel like you are visiting and relaxing in the countryside. I found the entrance fee very affordable, especially as you can take as much time as you want inside building, relaxing and exploring. I'll go back when I travel to Barcelona next :)

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