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Sant Pau Hospital

Sant Pau Hospital was the visionary work of architect Domènech i Montaner. In the early 1900s he envisaged a hospital that would help not just the bodies of hospital patients, but also their spirits. He saw the need for an environment that was not sterile but joyous and inspirational.

The result is an Art Nouveau complex of 16 pavilions and tranquil gardens. Mosaic art, domed ceilings, playful lines and polychromatic tiles all feature in this unique building and you can also explore the underground tunnels that connect the individual buildings.

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Customer reviews

Jan 29, 2018
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
Ask in advance which pavillons are open
Jan 11, 2018
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
An amazing collection of buildings and gardens to wonder through and learn about how they were used and who were the people who conceived them and brought them into existence.
Dec 31, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
A very beautiful building and worth a visit.
Dec 20, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
Recommended to come in the evening. The sights are beautiful. The PDF version of the tickets will need to be exchanged with entry tickets at the entrance. There was no queue as perhaps it's the off peak season. Entry was easy and there was no hassle
Nov 30, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
Must see!!! Impressive!
Nov 18, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
Great place with so many stories. It's worthy to spend a whole day in there.
Nov 10, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
Everything worked fine.
Oct 6, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
No queue at Sant Pau Art Nouveau. It was still convenient.
Sep 29, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
This site is a real find. I was delighted and surprised by the extent of the exhibit...I just loved it.
Sep 11, 2017
Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site: Skip The Line
Loved the place, about its history and its architectur. / J'ai adoré l'endroit pour son histoire et son architecture