Medieval buildings & monuments

La Llotja de Barcelona (Stock Exchange) is one of the most unknown treasures of Barcelona's civil Gothic. It is a magnificent gothic room (1352-1357) with three naves which can be seen from the large windows of the ground floor of the current building of neoclassical style built in the eighteenth century. Until 1970 it was home to the School of Fine Arts where Picasso and Miró studied. Now used as government offices. It is currently the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona and the Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi which has an important art collection that can be visited for free  from Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

Visit the Llotja of Barcelona

You can visit the interior of the building that houses the Llotja by booking a guided tour.

Duration: approximately 50 minutes
Languages: Spanish, Catalan or English
Price: € 12,90 / Children up to 12 years free.


Where is it?

Ciutat Vella - La Ribera / Born
Zip code
Passeig d'Isabel II, 1

How to get there

Metro: L4 Barceloneta
Bus: 39, 45, 51, 59, 64, 120, H14, D20, V15, V17 and Tourist Bus (red route, bus stop Pla de Palau - Parc de la Ciutadella)

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