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Reviewed June 5, 2018

It is quite interesting to see a castle-like structure in an urban park. This building, along with the surrounding complex, was the venue of the 1888 Universal Exhibition. Unfortunately the other structures are in disrepair.

Thank Leon L
Reviewed May 29, 2018

This structure is on the opposite side of the park, a short stroll from the Cascada Monumental. This building dates to 1888 and started life as a cafeteria/restaurant for the Universal Exhibition. The exterior walls are mostly brick construction and the upper sections are similar...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed May 18, 2018

Near the PArk de la Ciutadela stands this beautiful building. We only saw it from outside. They are renovating it now

Thank Michael R
Reviewed March 3, 2018

Unfortunately the castle structure was closed and under internal refurbishment. Apparently it was most recently used by the zoo assumingly to hold reptiles for display, since it's called the Castle of the 3 Dragons. The building itself is fantastic to look at from the outside...More

Thank BarbieMegaTraveller
Reviewed February 5, 2018

Despite its intriguing look, the building was closed shut during our second visit of it. This time, it was totally closed shut, which was a shame. Don't miss the lovely chameleon in the nearby pond.

Thank TheShis
Reviewed August 3, 2017 via mobile

Made for the international fair by a contemporary architect of gaudi. It is made in the modernist style and is reasonable but not amazing. If you are visiting the park it's worth a look but I would not go out of my way to visit...More

Thank Auscoach
Reviewed August 1, 2017 via mobile

The castle right at the entrance of the parc de La cuitadella is one of the many more or less impressive buildings in the area. In Front of the castle is a nice little lake and it is a good place to find some Rest....More

Thank Verena S
Reviewed May 6, 2017

One of the cult buildings of modernists in Barcelona. Located in the city park. It is very impressive and looks like a castle from fairy tales.

Thank Ogi0
Reviewed April 13, 2017

It was a shame that it had some covering on it, (presumably due to some repair work). This only covered part of it and it and it is a very impressive looking building that ads a lovely backdrop at the corner of this wonderful park

Thank KevinRayment
Reviewed February 18, 2017

This late 19th century building (originally built for the Exposition of Barcelona in the late 1880's) might look like a castle, but it is not, nor was it possible to visit inside it during our visit (other than to have a cup of coffee, that...More

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