One of the best loved areas for artists and bohemians is the confluence of the Plaça del Pi, located just off the Ramblas.
The area is dominated by the church of Santa María del Pi (XIV-XV c.) with its huge multicolored rose window. Frequent arts and crafts fairs, as well as sales of natural foods such as honey and "mató" (a mild cheese) are held in this square. We can also find here the house of the Gremio de los Revendedores, which dates from 1685.
Plaça del Pi - Santa Maria del PiPlaça del Pi, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Area: Barrio Gótico
Opening hours: Chruch: every day from 9.30am to 1pm and 5pm to 8:30pm
Metro/Bus: Metro: L3 Liceu