We will visit three different hidden treasures of the city, somewhat distant from the city center but that an experienced and curious traveler should never miss. Our first destination will be Antoni Gaudí’s less known masterpiece, the Crypt of the Güell textile mill village, declared a UNESCO monument because of its outstanding artistic and architectural merits. We will also explore the beautifully simple and very well preserved little town built around the former factory. We will then travel to the elegant neighborhood of Pedralbes and stop by the entrance of the Mudejar inspired Güell Pavilions, protected by a menacing, open-jawed dragon shaped into an awesome wrought-iron gate. To make the most of the day, we will also visit the huge Gothic cloister of the Royal Monastery of Pedralbes, founded in 1325. We will end our tour with a nice stroll and tapas light lunch in the old Sarrià neighborhood.