Visite guidée: Palais de la Musique Catalane

Visite guidée: Palais de la Musique Catalane

Vivez une expérience unique au Palais de la Musique et découvrez ses merveilles architecturales et acoustiques.

Découvrez le Palais de la Musique avec une visite guidée magique !

Entrez dans un monde plein de détails architecturaux, couleurs et sons qui vous éveilleront et émerveilleront.

Le Palais de la Musique de Barcelone, déclaré patrimoine de l’humanité par l’UNESCO en 1997, est connu comme un grand chef d’œuvre de l’époque du Modernisme.

C’est l’un des plus emblématiques bâtiments de Barcelone. À ne pas manquer!

Description de la visite:

  • Quand : Chaque jour de 10h à 15h30 (en août : de 9h à 20h).
  • Point de rencontre : Notre guide vous attendra à la cafétéria du Palais de la Musique (accès secondaire).
  • Durée: 55 minutes environ. Merci d’arriver 5 min avant le début de la visite.
  • Langue : Français, Catalan, Espagnol, Anglais, Italien.
  • Inclus dans le prix : Visite guidée (55 min). Entrée gratuite pour les enfants de moins de 10 ans.
  • Itinéraire : Salle de répétitions l’Orphéon Catalan incluant un film de présentation > Salle Lluís Millet et son exceptionnel balcon fait de colonnes à mosaïques florales > Salle de concerts avec son magnifique lustre en forme de verrière en vitrail > courte écoute de l’orgue quand disponible.

À noter

Le Palais de la Musique étant toujours en activité pour des concerts, certaines visites guidées peuvent donc être modifiées ou annulées.

Pourquoi réserver cette visite ?

  • La seule et unique façon pour accéder à ce magnifique balcon fait de colonnes de fleurs que l’on voit depuis la rue.
  • Les vitraux de la salle de concert émettent une lumière du jour impressionnante et différente à chaque heure de la journée. Vous pourrez y faire des photos absolument incroyables.

Vous découvrirez un autre architecte que Gaudi, très connu aussi à Barcelone : Lluis Domènech i Montaner.

Qu’allez-vous voir ?

Inaugurée en 1908 et déclarée Patrimoine Mondial par l’UNESCO, la remarquable Salle de Concerts fût construite par l’architecte catalán Lluís Domènech i Montaner.

Le Palais appartient à l’Orphéon Catalan, fondé par Lluís Millet et Amadeu Vives. Plus qu’un chœur, c’est une institution de la culture catalane. Certaines de leurs activités furent la construction du Palais de la Musique, la publication du magazine « Musical Catalana », l’organisation de concerts, etc.

  • Après avoir vu son impressionnante façade et une rapide présentation vidéo, vous visiterez la Salle de répétitions Orphée Catalan, la Salle Millet avec ses colonnes de fleurs, et la Salle de concerts

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Avis déposé par BGB - 03 juil. 2019

We took a tour of Palau de la musica Catalana and our tour guide Andres was great, nice, funny and explained everything in a very interesting way!
Reviewed on tripadvisor on June 2019.

Avis déposé par cpeters_G69 - 06 avril 2017

“Arguably the best building in Barcelona … not to be missed” 5/5 stars

A simple stunning building. One of the most impressive sights in Barcelona. From the outside it is hard to appreciate just how good it is as the proximity of other buildings prevent a decent panoramic view. You will need to pay to take the tour to fully appreciate its beauty , but what a visual delight. However once inside the attention to detail in the Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catala is a joy to behold. As this is still a working music venue the attractive features within the building are amazing, especially when you understand they where created well before much of the science that accompanies modern acoustics

Reviewed on tripadvisor by cpeters_G69 from the United Kingdom

Avis déposé par SunnyladySurrey - 05 avril 2017

“A hidden gem in the back streets of Barcelona.”

We took a taxi to this beautiful concert hall, as it is not easy to find tucked away in the back streets of Barcelona. It was built 100 years ago for a choir and it is still owned today by the choir. We had delicious coffee and cake in the beautiful café before we took the tour with an English speaking guide. It is the most beautiful concert hall with over 2,000 seats. The architecture is amazing and the stained glass windows are truly magnificent, letting in so much natural light. They were rehearsing for a concert while we were there and we wished we could have got tickets to see the full performance. we would love to go again and really recommend a visit if you are in Barcelona.

Reviewed on tripadvisor by SunnyladySurrey from Surrey

Avis déposé par KDrellich - 05 avril 2017

“A jewel tucked into a bustling neighborhood scene.” 4/5 stars

Architect Louis Domènech i Montaner created a rich combination of imaginative tile-work and stained glass to honor music; the eye is as entertained as the ear. Take the guided tour to fully enjoy all of this jewel box of color, creativity and artistry from the box office to the café.

Reviewed on tripadvisor by KDrellich from California

Avis déposé par Emma B - 23 août 2016

"Stunning" 5/5 stars

You can only enter the Palau as part of a guided tour but there are lots available. English speaking tours are available every hour on the hour. The building itself is very impressive and just beautiful. I'm so glad we made time for this visit. The guide we had William was very knowledgeable and made the tour very enjoyable. It has a cafe attached which is reasonably priced. Top marks.

Reviewed on tripadvisor by Emma from Newcastle, UK

Avis déposé par Ammy T - 24 mai 2016

“A Temple for Music!” – 5/5 stars

The Palau is a temple built to honor composers and musicians. The beauty of the surroundings will match the music of any style. Our guide Catarina was from Italy and spoke with an angels voice!

Reviewed on tripadvisor by Ammy

Avis déposé par ledezmacjl - 10 avril 2016

"wow what an experience…" 5/5 stars

We have been to Barcelona numerous times and seen all the "tourist" places but have not been here and this time we got English tour and we bought it online. .. boy what an experience! This has to be one of highlights of our BCN travels, The tour was led by one of the most pleasant and friendliest tour guides we have had Oliver. Not only was he extremely knowledgeable but he was friendly and made the tour experience very intimate.. ..both my wife and my mother-in-law said the same thing. Come here during our BCN trip you will be left in awe as this is an amazing experience… .and be sure to schedule your tour beforehand!

Reviewed on tripadvisor by ledezmacjl, from Michigan, USA

Avis déposé par SissaH - 09 janv. 2016

"A modernisme jewell" 5/5 stars

Although the guided tour is quite expensive (18 euros per person for an hour), it's the only way to see this stunning venue without attending a performance. The tour was excellent, very informative, and the guide Miguel spoke perfect English. There were plenty of opportunities to take pictures of the incredible interior. For anyone interested in modernisme/art nouveau, this is well worth a visit. In our view, this was the most impressive buildings we've seen. Tours happen every half an hour from 10am in various languages, and you can buy them online or at the box office. The Palau is very close to Plaza Catalunya, so easy to get to.

Reviewed on tripadvisor by Sissa, from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Avis déposé par zhangshinyi - 18 oct. 2015

“Some non-Gaudi Modernisme fun” 5/5 stars

– Book the 55-minute tour in advance
– Tour starts with a ~10 minute video
– Big advantage: they've recently opened the balcony with the mosaic-ed columns to people on the guided tour; it's very difficult to get a good view from the street
– Tour guide, Laura, was enthusiastic and has a good sense of humor
– Guided tour includes an organ performance; a performance from a previous organist was copied/mechanized, so it's technically playing live music

Reviewed on tripadvisor by zhangshinyi from New York, USA

Avis déposé par GedlingGirl - 20 août 2015

“Competition for Gaudi” 5/5 stars

We too visited when the concert organist was rehearsing and it made the visit.

The tour guide, Oliver, was enthusiastic and really passionate about the building and its history. The tour allows time to stop and stare without containing us in a small area.

The tour circulates through the building with a film introduction which I was dreading. However it was very informative and put everything into context.

The stained glass and decorative panels are breathtaking.

Next time, we will definitely attend a concert – there is a wide range throughout the year.

Wonderful

Reviewed on tripadvisor by GedlingGirl