Santa Maria del Pí is nestled between the Plaça del Pí and the Plaça Sant Josep Oriol in Barcelona’s historic “Gothic Quarter”.
The fourteenth‐century Esglesia de Santa Maria del Pí is named for a pine tree (“pí” in Catalan) that once stood nearby. Primarily built in Catalan Gothic style, the vast interior of the basilica has a single, wide hall with chapels beneath the buttresses and a giant rose window at the entrance.
Today classical concerts frequently take place in the church.
Basilica Santa Maria del Pi, Plaza del Pi n. 7, 08002 Barcelona, Spain, Google Maps