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Old jewish baths

Caelum (“sky” in Latin) is a space where you can share and enjoy delicacies, liquors, and wines produced in monasteries or according to traditional recipes.

The exterior of Caelum grabs your attention as you walk down Palla St. (the exact address is Palla 8).

The delicacies and other tempting treats in Caelum’s window displays are interesting and invite you to take a closer look. Once inside, the aroma is floral, the atmosphere relaxing, and the decoration simple and natural. All of this comes together to make an agreeable and appetizing place.

I’d recommend it for people who want to take a break during their route through the Jewish neighborhood to rest up and gather their strength.

The space is divided into a shop area at street level where you can buy the treats and another area for eating in the lower room. In the cellar, Caelum still maintains the original architecture which seems like it was once a Miqvé, or Jewish bath.

It’s believed that the space was destined to be the women’s bathing area and the men’s bathing area would have been situated in what is now the S’Oliver shop on BanysNous 10.
Iria Sabela Crespo
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Heaven in a bun

Caelum (“heaven”) is one of those places that exudes serenity and beauty. When you enter, you get an almost spiritual feeling. It greets you in the same way a cathedral does.

With a style of decor that reminds me of Provence, Caelum is the type of place that you just can’t miss if you’re exploring the center of Barcelona. I recommend taking the time to enjoy their monastery-sourced sweets (especially the “suplicaciones,” “suspiros de monja,” and “yemas de San Leandro”), their flavorful teas, and a glass of fine wine.

But above all, it’s a clam and peaceful place where you can have a lively conversation or a secret rendezvous, something unusual in this day and age where many places insist on playing the music as loud as possible.

It’s divided into two floors: the top is home to the sweet shop and exquisite delicatessen and the crypt is where you can eat and feel transported to another world.

It manages to be family-friendly and fun while at the same time elegant and discreet. It’s a good place to enjoy with a significant other, friends, or family. It’s in my top 10 in Barcelona.
Dónde vamos Eva
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A treat for the senses

In a corner of Barcelona’s Gothic neighborhood, you’ll find this little place dedicated to the enjoyment of sweets, coffee, tea, and relaxing conversation.

Don’t hesitate to stop by; there’s an upper floor and lower floor which has a buffet of sweets so you can choose exactly what you want. I hope you like it!
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Information about Caelum

Caelum Phone Number
+34 933 026 993
+34 933 026 993
Caelum Address
De la Palla 8, 08002 Barcelona, España
De la Palla 8, 08002 Barcelona, España
Caelum Opening Hours
mon 10:00 - 20:30
tue 10:00 - 20:30
wed 10:00 - 20:30
thu 10:00 - 20:30
fri 10:00 - 23:30
sat 10:00 - 23:30
sun closed
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