At the heart of La Ribera neighborhood, Montcada Street is a testimony to the expansion of a city where, in the XVI century, palaces and residences of the most notable families of the city were nestled in. And, without a doubt, the Dalmases Palace is one of its most important examples. This gorgeous palace of baroque influence is a testimony of the artistic, politic, and cultural life of Catalunya. Between its walls, from 1700 and thanks to the notable personality of Pau Ignasi Dalmases, members of the Academy of the Mistrustfuls, later called the Academy of Arts, met. Important men and scholars, music lovers, all celebrated gatherings dedicated to art and the mind.
Continuing with this tradition, today this palace offers visitors a unique space, isolated from the busy streets outside. Just crossing the courtyard, and seeing the impressive baroque stairways, one feels a peaceful and classy ambient. The Espai Barroc is a unique enclave for enjoying cocktails, drinks, and fresh juices.
Open from Tuesday to Saturday, 20 PM (8PM) – 2 AM
Sundays, 18 PM – 22 PM (6PM – 10PM)