Basilica of La Mercè

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The first convent of the Order of Our Lady of Mercy, dating from the 13th century, has now become a splendid baroque building. Riosta Barcelona proposes discovering an indispensable monument to the history of the city and its rich architectural and artistic heritage.

Visit one of the most beautiful buildings that was built in Barcelona in the XVIII, ​​when Catalan architecture was at the level of the main European models. Walk between giant marble pillars, spy through golden latticework and admire the organ, the sculptures and the paintings that enrich the building.

With our guided tour you will rediscover the symbol of one of the most dynamic and elegant neighbourhoods of Baroque Barcelona.

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Rediscover the basilica of la Mercè

Visit one of the best baroque buildings in Barcelona. Walk through the naves, go up to the niche, and access to non-visitable places like the galleries and the organ. Discover a rich space in art, history, devotion and culture.


For schools or private groups, if you wish to carry out a private visit in another timetable.

Includes: Guided tour to church (interior and exterior) + galleries + organ + chapel of the descent of the Virgin


Conditions of Purchase:

  • The ticket is only valid for the chosen day and time
  • Discount tickets will be checked in the counterdesk. You must bring the document that enables your discount
  • No changes or refunds will be accepted, except in the case of cancellation of the event

Other information of interest

  • The route of the tour can be modified due to liturgical celebration

Gathering Point

  • You must arrive to the meeting point 10 minutes before the start of the activity.
  • Meeting point: Entrance of Basílica de la Mercè. (Plaça de La Mercè 1, 08002 Barcelona).


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