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Barrios en Barcelona

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“Originally a fisherman’s quarter, this quaint area can’t escape its small village feel: laundry hanging over the narrow streets, old ladies clamoring at each other from their balconies and elder gentlemen playing games on short wooden benches gossiping the day away, Barceloneta could double as a film set. Artists line the boardwalk displaying their magnificently detailed sand structures making this the most visited beach in the city (half-naked men working out might help too). There’s plenty to do, whether it’s having lunch at one of the many seafood and tapas restaurants, riding your bike along the palm tree-lined promenade, sunning on the beach or playing volleyball. If you want more privacy, wander down to Bogatell, a beach preferred by locals that has nicer changing facilities than La Barceloneta. You’ll also want to stroll around Port Olímpic, which was built for the 1992 Summer Olympics. Follow the aromas of garlic, wine, and fresh local fish to the various restaurants running along the marina. A grand bronze fish statue soaring high above serves as a beacon to those searching for the renowned Casino Barcelona or the extremely popular nightclubs which practically lie on the beach itself. Hotel Arts, one of Barcelona’s tallest and most luxurious hotels, is nearby, just steps from the sand. Even if you don’t stay there, be sure and have a drink (gin and tonics are a Barcelona tradition) at Frank’s, the hotel’s attractive and popular bar. ”
  • Recomendado por 226 habitantes del lugar
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“Old Town - Get lost in the narrow winding streets of the old city of Barcelona, where you can admire the first building of the historic city. Don't miss : - Santa Caterina's Market - Palau de la Musica ”
  • Recomendado por 141 habitantes del lugar
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“The most emblematic zone in the city center , this place is famous for his old and authentic local atmosphere. really famous for his neighborhood patronal festival in August”
  • Recomendado por 151 habitantes del lugar
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“El Born, the eternal fashion district in Barcelona, has a unique charm, where labyrinthine medieval streets hide fashion and art boutiques. ”
  • Recomendado por 40 habitantes del lugar
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“The most famous church of Barcelona Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia which is still to be finished building it. Directly reachable by metro station “Pep Ventura” from our boat.”
  • Recomendado por 36 habitantes del lugar
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“In Vila Olimpica there are some of the most popular disco clubs of the city (Shoko, Opium, Cat Walk, Casino, Carpe Diem, Bestial, Pacha). During summer time the area gets overcrowded with many young tourists. If you decide to go there, make sure to keep an extra eye on your belongings as there are also many pickpockets.”
  • Recomendado por 45 habitantes del lugar
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“The legendary avenue of Parallel was the epicenter of show business and Barcelona's bohemia in the 20th century. Its trangressive history defines the character of this neighborhood in its recent awaking. Far away from the tourist routes, it's ideal to walk in any moment of the day and night and enjoy a cup of coffee or a glass of vermouth. Don't miss : - Very good pinchos in the pedestrian Calle Blai ”
  • Recomendado por 25 habitantes del lugar
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“Sant Antoni is one of the coolest neighborhoods in Barcelona. Located next to Raval -which is the most multicultural area of the city- and only at a 15 minutes walking distance from the city center -Plaza Catalunya and la Rambla-. Sant Antoni is a combination between a traditional neighborhood and an international youth hub that meet in cool brunch cafés. The big red iron Market from the XIX Century, recently renewed, is one of the main buldings that gives a strong personality to the neighborhood and offers fresh proximity food. Furthermore during the weekends there is a book selling and antiques market. Comte Borrell street is designed for pedestrians and there are families with kids playing around and people gatherings. There are others like Parlament street which is also very pleasant with many terraces under lines of trees. ”
  • Recomendado por 34 habitantes del lugar
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“Sarrià, an exclusive neighborhood that resembles a town, is next to the tree-lined paths of the Collserola Natural Park. In the restored market of Sarrià, dating from the early twentieth century, cheese, sausages and seafood are sold. Major de Sarrià is the main street in the area and is full of gourmet restaurants and wineries. CosmoCaixa, located in a former modernist hospital for the blind, is a huge science museum with a planetarium and an Amazon forest”
  • Recomendado por 5 habitantes del lugar
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“Nice area to walk around from my flat 20/30min walking is nearby ramblas, gotico etc”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes del lugar
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“A quiet Barcelona's region, with easy access to public transport (buses and metro) which reach many famous places in the city. There are a lot of food shops, as BonArea, Suma, Lidl, Carrefour, Mercadona, within a 10 minutes walk at maximum.”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes del lugar
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“A medieval neighbourhood were the first industries of Barcelona were established. With a great tradition of artisan ateliers, you can feel here the continuous cultural renovation of Barcelona.”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes del lugar
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“I love to stroll from paseo de san Joan trough the ciudadela park and then directly to el borne. From paseo san Joan you will have access to many bike lanes so that is very convenient to rent a bike and I recommend it, although is possible to walk pretty much to every where.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes del lugar
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“Les Corts, despite being close to the financial district of Barcelona, ​​breathes peace and tranquility. Elegant in style, this neighborhood in the upper area is quite residential and has several educational institutions. Despite the tranquility of its squares and parks, the area near the Diagonal is perfect for shopping. Here you will find the Camp Nou.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes del lugar
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“The memory of the city walks and drinks coffee in the neighborhoods of Sant Andreu. The district maintains a traditional character and a feeling of town that preserves between its old and cobbled streets, the squares with arcades and the centenary shops. Roman remains are hidden there, and you can discover solid farmhouses that speak of a rural past, of a town that became an urban center and that ended up being part of the great current Barcelona. Enjoying the taste of Barcelona in Sant Andreu is easy. The Market, located in the Plaza de Mercadal, has several mythical stops, such as Bacallanería Perelló. Around it, in the Gran de Sant Andreu street, we find very interesting gastronomic offers such as the Rabasseda restaurant, a family place with quality ingredients and an appetizing terrace or the Versailles Bar, located on the ground floor of a modernist house, and where breathe the atmosphere of a coffee of the nineteenth century. In that same street we find another great example within the modernist route of the city: the Guinart pharmacy of 1896; an authentic museum of this movement both outside and inside.”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes del lugar
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“Very nice and quiet neighborhood, lots of restaurants, terraces, tapas... Montjuic, la plaça d'Espanya, Joan miro's Park, el paralelo, Avenida Mistral.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes del lugar