The Palau Robert is a building that was constructed between 1898 and 1903 by the architects Joan Martorell and Henri Grandpierre. The purpose of its inauguration was to be used as the private residence of Robert Robert i Surís, Marquis of Robert. To visit it you must go to Paseo de Gracia on the corner of Avenida Diagonal. If you want to park near the Palau Robert, you can do it on Roussillon street, as it has some blue zone spaces, which means that you can park but paying the respective fee.
However, as it is located between the intersection of two busy avenues (Avenida Diagonal and Paseo de Gracia), the parking options are reduced to this street and some surrounding streets such as Rambla de Catalunya which also has a blue zone. These streets, although they are close to Palau Robert, are usually full of cars, so you may have to walk around until you find available spaces.
To visit the Palau Robert by car, you also have other more convenient options for leaving your vehicle, such as parking in one of the city's public parking lots. This way, you can avoid long waits and searches for parking, especially in the area where the Palau Robert is located.
To park near the Palau Robert, we recommend parking Diagonal 403, Parking Diagonal - Via Augusta - Rambla Catalunya COEN Windsor or parking NN Còrsega. These parking lots are just one street away, but if there is no availability, you also have other options parking lots in Palau Robert. Be sure to book online to find your ideal parking lot!