Remains from Medieval Barcelona are found all throughout the Ciutat Vella district. One of the most interesting spots is Plaza del Rey, hosting the Palau del Lugarteniente and the magnificent Palau Reial Major, offering a scenic view. In the terrace, you will also find the History Museum of Barcelona (Museo de Historia de Barcelona), the perfect place to get acquainted with the city’s past. Montcada street holds another medieval standpoint thanks to its various palaces, and it is where you will also find the Picasso Museum, hosting more than 3500 artworks by the famous painter.
The Medieval route is rounded out with the numerous churres found in the area. Standouts include the gothic Santa María del Pi Church located at Plaza del Pi, the Santa María del Mar Cathedral, unique in its distilled Catalonian gothic style.