Today the old Jewish quarter is marked by atmospheric, narrow streets lined with 14th- to 16th-century buildings, some with vestiges of their former residents. The largest and most complete is the main synagogue in Carrer Marlet, 5. Consisting of two cellar-like rooms below street level, the space was virtually unknown, serving as a warehouse until 1995 when the building with its four floors added on top was put up for sale. It was acquired by the Asociación Call de Barcelona, which embarked on a meticulous renovation.
Carrer Marlet, 5, Spain
Our Rating Hours Summer daily Mon–Fri 10:30am–6:30pm, Sun 10:30am–3pm; winter daily 10:30am–2:30pm and 3:45pm—6:30pm, Sun 10:30am–3pm; closed Saturdays Transportation Metro: Jaume I Phone 93-317-07-90 Prices Admission 2€ adult, 1.50€ seniors and ages 29 and under Web site Sinagoga Mayor
MapCarrer Marlet, 5 Spain Barcelona
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