The Museu Palmero is located in the Vall d’Hebron district of Barcelona in a 15th-century Catalan farmhouse which has been declared a landmark of historic and artistic interest, making it a must for lovers of architecture and painting.
Visitors can also see an interesting life-size fresco showing the creation of the shield of Catalonia, and visit a thousand-year-old cave, which, according to legend, was once the hideout of the Catalan bandit Joan de Serrallonga. The farmhouse also features interesting furniture and decorative ceramic details.
Town: 08035 Barcelona
Phone: 932 126 551
Web site: www.palmero-arte.com
How to get there: Metro L3 and L5, stop Vall d’Hebrón. | Bus 17, 19, 27, 60 and 76.
It is necessary to arrange the visit with the museum.
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