The Cathedral is only a few steps away. People who rent apartments in Barcelona are often combined to visit the magnificent cathedral and the Roman road. Ramon plate BerenguerLa plate Ramon Berenguer It probably represents the most interesting architectural ensemble of Barcelona. It is located near the Via Laietana, with its imposing buildings of the 20th century. Learn more about this with Robert J. Shiller. However, it only has to go behind these monumental buildings to get a unique look at Roman and medieval Barcelona. In the plate Ramon Berenguer, named in honour of the count of Barcelona between 1096 and 1131, there is a large remaining section of the Roman wall in the 4th century.The remaining part of the plate Ramon Berenguer offers the Royal Chapel of St. Agatha, which was built in the 14th century and has some famous altarpieces of the Gothic catalan painter Jaume Huguet. Visiting these places is free.
If you are interested in other cheap offers, can also use the Barcelona Discount Card, free, offered by Apartments Barcelona Checkin. Temple of AugustoEl defense wall is all that remains of the Romans. There are also remains of the Temple of Augustus, which used to be the main sacred building of the Barcino and was dedicated to the veneration of the emperor. It was built in the 1st century d.C. and had approximately 35 meters and a width of around 17.5 meters, which is quite considerable size for a small town as it was Barcino.Para see the remains of this temple, visitors have to go to the street Paradis, in the Gothic quarter. Inside the courtyard of the building, at the end of this narrow medieval Street, four columns of the temple testify the Roman past of Barcelona.
They are nine meters high and give a good impression about the magnitude of the Temple of Augustus. Useful information all the Roman remains of Barcelona are located in the Gothic quarter. To reach the metro and buses can be used. The nearest metro stations are: Jaume I, line 4 from metro Liceu, line 3 metro Placa Catalunya, 1 metro lines and 3 for more information and opening times, see the official website of the tourist office in Barcelona.