The stroll through this little area was alright. I wasn't "wowed" or anything, it was very beautiful though. The little alleyway is one of the highlights in the area and it's a very short walk away fr...
The heat on these tiny streets, baking and emanating from the omnipresent rock, stone and concrete is impressive. Tiny streets, with buildings that seem far too tall for their size. Zig zags, winding,...
Gothic appears in the most church style. The spires of the sky are high in the high stone walls of the Gothic Quarter of
Barcelona. There is a lane leading to the secret garden
You are easy to get lost here. Because some mysterious places can't be reached even in Barcelona's sunshine.
The story in the Gothic Quarter needs to be answered by the answer
The Gothic Quarter is the center of Barcelona's Old Town, extending from Las Ramblas to Leeta The avenue,
extends from the Mediterranean seafront to the Saint-Perret ring
it is the birthplace of Barcelona and the most concentrated area of the attraction.
Now you can find a lot of graffiti art in the Gothic Quarter or some of the most popular ins wind nets in Hong Kong.
Not only Chinese Europeans also eat this set
color Contrast thick flamingo parrot banana leaf and so on are insert red wind standard
found in Europe most people are carrying a canvas bag randomly running into the Gothic hand shop
one eye I found this hand-made Barcelona-themed canvas bag
and souvenir shop. The different handmade pieces of this kind of bag are also more environmentally friendly.
except in the 19th and early 20th century, I experienced some In addition to the changes,
many buildings were built in the Middle Ages, some of which date back to the Roman period. The remains of the
square Roman wall can still be seen in some places.
The medieval Jewish ghetto El Call is also located in the area.
The old town's cathedral and royal palace are still in use today and are well preserved. The
Gothic district retains intricate street planning, with many small streets and squares, and is small in size, making it ideal for walking.
Walk in the old city to explore countless beautiful windows
from European to Japanese or Chinese. Every family has their own artistic design ideas in the window
is like living in People in Barcelona want to become the same as Gaud today
may not be recognized by the whole world. But at least when you walk into this store
, he is very happy to say good to the boss.
[Barcelona Roaming Gothic Old Town]
Staying in the Gothic Quarter, come here to visit the old town. I like it more than the new town. The Gothic Quarter was built in the Roman era and is Barcelona. The oldest urban area, the narrow roads of the building are mottled with a long history. After the rain last night, the air humidity was very strong. All the buildings that I saw on the street were heavy feelings. On the contrary, it aggravated the appearance of the ancient city. I liked to sweep the street aimlessly. Do not go out and navigate to the next place.
[Bicycle] There are so many mottled ancient walls in the Gothic Quarter. I like it very much. I have a lovely pink bicycle under the brick wall. I have not collected how many street bicycles I have collected in my computer for a few years. Consider a bicycle theme.
[Spanish graffiti art] You can find graffiti art wherever you go, whether you are in a broken place or a good place to meet graffiti, the essence of graffiti should be like a foreigner's personality, open with sex, use Different colors and lines depict a painting that is very similar to painting, giving a feeling of freedom. Going to different corners, you will find more different graffiti. If you want to take all the cards, its unrealistic. If you encounter a few random records, this broken box is quite sensational. What do you like? They are all broken and growing freely.
[ Street art] How can Barcelona, with its artistic atmosphere, be able to make less street paintings? In the old town, you can meet people who sell paintings on the small umbrellas in a few steps. The paintings are almost all about Spanish elements, famous sights, bullfighters, flamenco dancers, unknown beautiful trails. There are also many street performers who encounter a wandering entertainer and play a very ethereal music. The rhythm is ethereal and ethereal. It is suitable for indoor atmosphere music. It can also be used to play when sitting in the spa, to pat and try it, for unknown reasons. A complete note can't be shot. This kind of instrument that looks like a flying saucer is called "hang".
[ Dining] The streets of Gothic Quarter are narrow and there are many trails. There are countless bars, countless hotels, countless small shops and countless private houses. You can use the day to walk in the Gothic Quarter. You don't need to navigate or use maps. There may be small surprises when you go there.
[How to get there] Take the subway line L2 to Jaumel station.
Walking in the Gothic Quarter in the early morning, without the hustle and bustle of the weekdays, I was deeply impressed by the profound cultural heritage of European classical architecture. Suddenly I thought that if I came here with the group, I could only feel the crowds and noises, or the quiet scenery would not go. Occasionally there are artists performing on the corner of the street. The old town is really a place of literature and art, and even the street performers are so literary. Unlike other places, the street performances here are generally classical music players, including harp, violin, clarinet, etc. These should be the elegant art on the stage in my worldview, but it is not expensive here. As long as someone appreciates it, elegant music does not play wherever.
Base Elements Urban Art Gallery
Iglesia de Sant Just i Pastor
City Hall (Casa de la Ciutat / Ayuntamiento)
Cafe de L'Opera
Bar La Plata
Gran Hotel Barcino
Barcelona Hotel Colonial
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