La Cuina de Laietana is located in the heart of Barcelona, as its name suggests, in the famous Via Laietana and very close to Urquinaona (Line 1), Plaça Catalunya (Lines 1 and 3) and Jaume I (Line 4) metro stations.
Running through the city’s Gothic Quarter, Via Laietana provides the gateway to numerous places of interest: the Cathedral, the Palau de la Música, the Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi, Carrer del Bisbe and Plaça Sant Jaume. As well as offering the chance to lose yourself among its charming network of streets, the area also benefits from commercial establishments such as El Corte Inglés (in Plaça Catalunya), Media Markt and Leroy Merlin (both in Carrer de Fontanella).
Take advantage of La Cuina de Laietana’s central location.
Plaça de Catalunya: One of the neuralgic centres of the city. It connects the historic centre with the Eixample District.
Plaça Urquinaona: A square located in the Dreta de l’Eixample district, bordering the neighbourhoods of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera in the Ciutat Vella historic centre. The square is on the L1 and L4 metro routes.
Barcelona Cathedral: A Gothic cathedral dating from the thirteenth century when its construction began on the former site of a Romanesque cathedral. Dedicated to Santa Eulalia, the patron saint of the city.
Palau de la Música: Built between 1905 and 1908 by Catalan Art Nouveau architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner as the headquarters of the Orfeó Català choral society. It is an architectural jewel in the Modernisme crown.
Basilica of Santa Maria del Pi: A Gothic style parish church which was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC) in 1931. According to popular legend, it was given its name, Santa Maria del Pi, after an image of the Virgin was discovered in the trunk of a pine tree.
Plaça Sant Jaume: One of the oldest and most emblematic squares in Barcelona. The Palau de la Generalitat or Catalan Government headquarters is located on one side of the square, directly opposite Barcelona Town Hall.
El Corte Inglés: National department store par excellence where you can find everything you can imagine.
Media Markt: Large electrical goods store selling household appliances, computers and consumer electronics.
Leroy Merlin: Multinational French company specialising in DIY supplies and home and garden equipment.