The smallest square in Europe.
You might not yet have come across it because it’s well-hidden among the streets of Barri Vell and with only 24 metres, its easy to miss Plaça dels Raïms, which is the smallest square in Europe. You reach it from Plaça de les Voltes d’en Rosés and, even though it seems impossible given its tiny dimensions, in the past it was the location for a grape (‘raïm’ in Catalan) market. If you haven’t been there, make sure you go and take photos: you’ll get some great shots from the square looking towards the sky.
|Venue name:||Plaça dels Raïms|
Pl. del Raïm