My Favorites | Highlights

My Favorites | Highlights

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City Managers favorite places

5/5

La Alcoba Azul

Restaurants

In one of the streets of the Jewish quarter of Barcelona lies the Blue Alcove. Between antique walls and Jazz music in the background you can enjoy one of its wide selection of toasts with mixtures of...

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5/5

Bar Fidel

Restaurants

Bar Fidel is one of the best places to eat a ‘bocata’ within the city of Barcelona. A cozy bar with a family atmosphere and a wide menu of combinations of flavors which will make you feel totally plea...

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4.7/5

Bar La Plata

Restaurants

La Plata is one of the most authentic 'tapas' bars in Barcelona. Located in the middle of the gothic quarter it still offers the same four traditional dishes that were served when it was opened in 194...

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5/5

Marula Café

Nightlife

If you like dancing without worrying about others’ opinions moving to the funk, soul, rhythm blues and rock-and-roll music don’t think twice to come in to Marula Café. This hall is located in one of t...

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5/5

Sitges

Adventure, Leisure Time, Guided Tours

Sitges is the most beautiful coast village you can visit close to Barcelona. You will find many beautiful modernists houses and museums of late nineteenth century. The most famous is the House of the...

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5/5

Milano Cocktail Bar

Nightlife

Coming into Milano Cocktail Bar means travelling back to the past. Its red velvet seats and its delightful cocktails will take you into a film of the 40s. Milano Cocktail Bar holds life music shows t...

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Top 10 for first-time visitors

5/5

Ciutat Vella

Sights

Ciutat Vella is the oldest district of the City of Barcelona. Divided into four neighborhoods, it invites us to travel through more than 2,000 years of history, from the old Roman city, the medieval p...

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5/5

Mercat del Born

Culture

In the Born market you can see different periods of Barcelona's history in the same place. Its iron structure that gives shape to the old Born market, built at the end of the 19th century, is the fi...

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4/5

Santa Maria del Mar

Sights

Santa Maria del Mar is the only church with a pure gothic style. This artwork was built during 55 years (1329 – 1384) by fishermen, humble people and bastaixos, also known as ‘Macips de la Ribera’ (Ri...

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3.8/5

Catedral de Barcelona

Sights

The Barcelona Gothic Cathedral also known as the Santa Cruz and Santa Eulalia Cathedral was built between the 12th and 15th centuries. Before the gothic Cathedral exists there was a paleo-Christian...

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3.6/5

Castell de Montjuïc

Sights

The Montjuïc Catle is located on the top of Montjuïc which means ‘jewish mountain’ after the discovery of a Jewish necropolis in 1949. With a 360º views of the city this mountain became a perfect l...

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