It is full of various harmonious and lovely small squares, small and fresh independent shops and many small restaurants with their own characteristics. Very pleasant!More
I can’t find all the photos. Barcelona’s most famous shopping avenue is not one of them. Almost every woman who comes here will have leg cramps, her purse bottoms, Hermes, Chanel and lv shops are also limited, Chanel The service attitude is very good. My friend bought a Fang Fatty, and I bought a small card bag. I watched it twice upstairs and downstairs. I was very enthusiastic about the hospitality.
Gracia was a lovely respite from crowds and tourists the beautiful tree lined streets, walkways and local shops are incredibly charming. We also loved all the little nooks and plazas we found wandering around. In particular I found the street called Verdi really enchanting. It's treelined and full of little shops. This is a perfect area to walk around and get lost in in Barcelona.
The neighborhood of Barcelona that most tourists never see. Authentic culture and amazing local foods abound. More than worth your time to explore!
At only 8 minutes by metro the another traditional neighborhood of the city, with it charming squares and a lot alternative of good restaurants and bars. The life is quieter, however not specially in some square like Plaza del Sol and over all it`s festival of middle of August with the mayority of the streets full of funny sculptures and a great party the last day.
My neighbourhood! I love the village-like area out of the squared layout of the areas around it. I like its narrow streets and alleys with secret local taberns, the lively squares with people enjoying a drink outside all year long. The original shops in Calle Verdi, the indie cinema, the international restaurants...
This was a great neighbourhood to stay in in Barcelona. Good transportation, nice clean streets and we felt safe all the time,