The Poblenou Cemetery Route consists of a return to 19th century Barcelona, allowing us to discover a variety of monumental graves and resting places of some important figures from the period.

The route is a brief but fascinating and evocative reconstruction of one hundred years of history. It begins in 1775 when Bishop Climent blessed the new funeral site and ends with the Universal Exhibition of 1888.

The route, is a bout ninety minutes and is made up of 30 clearly indicated graves.


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How to arrive

Opening hours
Monday to Sunday: 8.00 to 18.00

Address and telephone number
Av. Icária s/n, 08005 Barcelona  Tel. 932.251.661

Public transport

14. Daily (Vil·la Olímpica – Passeig Bonanova)
26. Daily (Poblenou – Sant Andreu)
36. Daily (Paral·lel – Avda. Rio de Janeiro)
41. Daily (Pl. Francesc Macià – Diagonal Mar)

Line 4. Llacuna station (exit c/ de la Ciutat de Granada)

Visiting hours

Free guided visit
1st and 3rd Sunday of each month
10:30 in Catalan/ 12:30 in Spanish

934 841 999

Additional information

Poblenou Diptic