Visiting Las Ramblas seems very common and unoriginal but, for many travelers, it is and always will be a wonderful walk. Even after many times, we keep being as fascinated as the first time we saw it.
Personally I got to know
One of the most emblematic and representative neighborhoods of Barcelona is the Barrio Gótico, the Gothic Quarter. This area is very well located and quite accessible from any part of the city.
It encompases what one could call the
The Passeig de Gràcia is a wide avenue which runs through the center of Barcelona and some of its most important neighborhoods. The richest families in Barcelona settled here when it was first built and, to show off their wealth, they
A few minutes away from the Rambla of Barcelona, there is one of the trendiest neighborhood in the entire city: el Born. This medieval neighborhood is now the epicenter of good nightlife in the Catalan capital. Shops with style,
Full of contrasts, seducing and vibrant, the dark and the sordid at the same time, El Raval is a dificult-to-describe place. The neighborhood, located out of the walls of Barcelona destroyed at the end of the 20th century, used to
The people who live in Gracia don't say "I'm from Barcelona", they say very proudly "I'm from Gracia."
If there is something that has defined this lovely neighborhood is that at the end of the 19th century it was an independent
The Maremagnum creation in the mid-nineties revived the seafront of Barcelona and allowed the Moll de la Fusta to remain united with the Muelle de España, via a footbridge.
This footbridge, called Rambla de Mar, has an undulating
If I talk about Barrio de la Ribera I'm sure very few know it. Currently it is better known for el Born, el Mercat de Santa Catarina, Santa María del Mar, the Picasso museum, or Ciutadela park.
Vilanova de Mar, this is how this
It could be the most famous street of the Jewish Quarter of Barcelona because of the Jewish inscription or stone plaque on the house at number 1 of the same street.
This inscription recalls the building of the foundation of Samuel
Sant Domènec del Call has an unbeatable location in the Jewish Quarter, since it is the main axis in the heart of the neighborhood. Due to the location, it was the street where historical buildings like the Ancient Synagogue were