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  • PLACES TO VISIT AROUND HOTEL NERI BARCELONA Toni García /Allotjament 2/09/10
  • I’M WORKING HERE
    • HOTEL NERI C/Sant Sever nº 5
  • INTERESTING POINTS AROUND CASC ANTIC, ST. JAUME SQUARE, BORN AND EL RAVAL
    • MARITIME MUSEUM
    • PICASSO MUSEUM
    • SANTA CATERINA
    • ST. JAUME SQUARE
    • THE CATHEDRAL
    • ST. MARIA DEL MAR
    • MARITIME MUSEUM
    • From Hotel Neri to Maritime Museum
    • 1.Head southwest on Carrer de Sant Sever toward
    • Carrer de Sant Felip Neri 20 m
    • 2.Turn left at Carrer de Sant Domènec del Call 0.1 km
    • 3.Turn right at Carrer de Ferran 0.3 km
    • 4.Turn left at Rambla dels Caputxins 0.2 km
    • 5.Continue onto Rambla de Santa Mònica 30 m
    • 6.Slight right to stay on Rambla de Santa Mònica 0.3 km
    • 7.Turn right at Carrer de Josep Anselm Clavé 39 m
    • 8.Continue onto Avinguda de les Drassanes 65 m
    • Slight left to stay on Avinguda de les Drassanes
    • The museum is in the Reials Drassanes, an emblematic area of Barcelona.
    • The Reials Drassanes (or Royal Dockyards) is the largest, most complete old shipyard conserved in the world, and is the maximum expression of 13th-century Gothic civil architecture. Inside there are reproductions of boats and maritime objects from all the different periods of history. Among the activities available, special mention should be made of workshops for children aged 3-12 years, as well as an interactive area called "The Great Sea Adventure".
  • PICASSO MUSEUM
    • From Hotel Neri to Picasso Museum
    • 1.Head northeast on Carrer de Sant Sever toward Carrer de Sant Honorat 24 m
    • 2.Turn right at Carrer de Sant Honorat 0.1 km
    • 3.Turn left at Plaça de Sant Jaume 61 m
    • 4.Turn right to stay on Plaça de Sant Jaume 22 m
    • 5.Turn left at Carrer de Jaume I 0.1 km
    • 6.Continue straight onto Plaza del Ángel 35 m
    • 7.Continue onto Carrer de la Princesa 0.2 km
    • 8.Turn right at Carrer de Montcada
    • destination will be on the right
    • The Museu Picasso is housed in five Catalan-Gothic-style palazzos dating from the 13th and 14th centuries, and opened to the public in 1963. It is now an essential museum for anyone wanting to find out about the artist’s formative years.
  • SANTA CATERINA MARKET
    • From Hotel Neri to Santa Caterina Market
    • 1.Head northeast on Carrer de Sant Sever toward Carrer de Sant Honorat 59 m
    • 2.Continue straight onto Plaça de Garriga i Bachs 8 m
    • 3.Turn left at Carrer del Bisbe 81 m
    • 4.Continue onto Plaça Nova 24 m
    • 5.Turn right to stay on Plaça Nova 23 m
    • 6.Slight right at Avinguda de la Catedral 0.2 km
    • 7.Turn right at Plaça d'Antoni Maura 30 m
    • 8.Turn left at Avinguda de Francesc Cambó 0.1 km
    • 9.Turn right to stay on Avinguda de Francesc Cambó 11 m
    • 10.Turn left to stay on Avinguda de Francesc Cambó
    • Destination will be on the right 17 m
    • The Santa Caterina market, at the heart of a network of narrow streets between two of the city’s Gothic churches, has been dramatically refurbished by Enric Miralles and Benedetta Tagliabue as part of their master plan for the surrounding area.
  • SANT JAUME SQUARE
    • From Hotel Neri to Sant Jaume Square
    • 1.Head northeast on Carrer de Sant Sever toward Carrer de Sant Honorat 24 m
    • 2.Turn right at Carrer de Sant Honorat 0.1 km
    • 3.Turn left at Carrer de Ferran
    • Destination will be on the right
    • This ancient square is home to the Generalitat de Catalunya (the seat of the Catalan government) and the Ayuntamiento (city hall). The proclamation of the Catalan state took place at Plaça Sant Jaume in 1931. It is also famous for being the site of celebrations of FC Barcelona’s league triumphs: the footballers are prone to appearing on the Generaltat balcony and displaying their trophy to the roaring hordes.
  • THE CATHEDRAL
    • From Hotel Neri to The Cathedral
    • 1.Head northeast on Carrer de Sant Sever
    • toward Carrer de Sant Honorat 59 m
    • 2.Continue straight onto Plaça de Garriga i Bachs 8 m
    • 3.Turn left at Carrer del Bisbe 45 m
    • 4.Turn right at Carrer de Santa Llúcia 86 m
    • 5.Turn left at Plà de la Seu
    • The Catedral de la Santa Creu i Santa Eulàlia watches impassively the passing of time in a constantly moving and changing Barcelona. The Cathedral also reflects the different generations who have left their imprint and the blend of architectural styles in this predominantly Gothic building.
  • SANTA MARIA DEL MAR
    • From Hotel Neri to Santa Maria del Mar
    • 1.Head northeast on Carrer de Sant Sever toward Carrer de Sant Honorat 24 m
    • 2.Turn right at Carrer de Sant Honorat 0.1 km
    • 3.Turn left at Plaça de Sant Jaume 61 m
    • 4.Turn right to stay on Plaça de Sant Jaume 22 m
    • 5.Turn left at Carrer de Jaume I 0.1 km
    • 6.Continue straight onto Plaza del Ángel 35 m
    • 7.Turn right at Via Laietana 17 m
    • 8.Turn left at Carrer de l'Argenteria 0.2 km
    • 9.Slight right at Plaça de Santa Maria 42 m
    • 10.Turn left to stay on Plaça de Santa Maria 10 m
    • 11.Continue onto Carrer de Santa Maria. Destination will be on the left 14 m
    • The first documentary reference we find to the church of Santa Maria del Mar is in a text from the year 998. This basilica is the work of the architect Berenguer de Montagut, and the first stone was laid to commemorate the conquest of Sardinia, which completed the Catalan domination in the Mediterranean initiated ten years earlier with the conquest of Mallorca, and which reached its fullest extent with the entry of Sicily and Greece into the domains of the House of Barcelona.