The Art Nouveau was built in the early 1900s on the same site as a medieval hospital. The modern hospital was built by architect Doménech I Montaner. The ecstatic modern hospital provides patients with architectural and natural beauty to aid in their spiritual healing.
It is a revolutionary concept that the Art Nouveau portrays. The complex comprises of 16 pavilions and underground tunnels. The architectural design of the building is full of mosaic art, painted roof tiles, elaborate arcs, and fun, lively lines. The beautiful garden scenery provides patients with a much healthier environment than the typical sterile environment found in most hospitals.
Since 2009 the building has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Relax in the tranquil modern-themed garden.
- Stroll around the 16 pavilions and appreciate the architectural design.
- Learn more about the 1401 hospital and its medical history.
Why people take this tour?
Explore a world where healing is more than just medicine.
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Entrance is free every first Sunday of the month.
Last admission: 30 minutes before closing.