Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

This is truly hidden gem for all architecture lovers! Located at the foot of the Montjuïc hill – Barcelona Pavilion designed for world exhibition in 1929 by famous architect (and one of the Bauhaus school directors) Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

The building is very easy to miss (it’s called pavilion but it’s not so much a pavilion) because it’s small. If you purchase the ticket for 5 euros, your visit won’t take longer than 5 minutes.

Barcelona Pavilion is the home to white Barcelona armchairs and bench (no replicas but true original!) and you can also see here one sculpture and pond. Yes, that’s it! Minimalism in its true form.

But if you are Mies van der Rohe fans, this is a must see!

Times: Open every day 10-8
Address: Aviguda del Marquès de Comillas
Admission: 5 euros