Barcelona Churches, Sant Jordi Chapel

Inside the Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya (Palace of the Catalan Government) is the Capella de Sant Jordi which serves as a Catholic chapel.

Designed and constructed around the 15th century by architect Marc Safont, the chapel contains some exquisite artwork and embroidery.
Highlights of the chapel include a stunning, colourful sculpture of Barcelona’s Patron Saint St. George and a glorious rose window which colours the space with light. 
Plaça de Sant Jaume, 4 (08002) - Old City: El gòtic
T. +34 934 024 600
Bus: 14, 17, 19, 40, 45, 59, 91, 100, 120
Metro: L4 (Jaume I) and L3 (Liceu)
The Palau de Generalitat is open to groups and individual visitors on the second and fourth weekend of every month as well as St. George’s Day (April 23rd), the day of the Mercè festival (September 24th) as well as September 11th., Catalan National Day. To register your interest in visiting you must fill out the application form here.