Every year, the Ajuntament opens its doors to the public for Sant Jordi. Between 10am and 8pm on April 23rd you can enjoy a free visit of the 'Casa de la Ciutat' on Plaça Sant Jaume.
The neoclassical façade conceals Gothic gems such as the historic Saló de Cent, designed by Pere Llobet and built in the 14th century. Historically, the city’s first form of government was the Consell de Cent, or 'Council of the One Hundred', which used to meet in the magnificent Gothic-style Saló de Cent, from 1373 until the council was dissolved in 1714. Other highlights include the Saló de Cròniques, decorated with murals by Josep Maria Sert (1928) which change perspective depending on the angle you look at them from. The City Hall’s lobby and Gothic staircase are a veritable art gallery with sculptures by artists including Gargallo, Llimona, Navarro, Subirachs, Marès, Miró and Clarà.
There's no need to book - just turn up and join the queue.