The Metropolitan Basilica Cathedral of Barcelona is the first temple of Barcelona's archdiocese. The current cathedral was built between the 13th and 15th centuries on the old Romanesque cathedral.
The heart and historical centre of Barcelona
Two of the most iconic spots in the Gothic quarter are the Sant Felip Neri square and the Plaza del Rei. The first owes its name to its baroque church, while the second dates from the 14th century and is declared as the Gothic corner that best exemplifies the medieval past of the city.
The Gothic quarter hides special spots, as Pont del Bisbe o Milans street.