Barcelona Old Town

This tag compiles all our blog posts related to the Old Town Barcelona: from hotels and restaurants, to tourist sites and shops, and even some local traditions that are celebrated only in this area. The Old Town of Barcelona includes three main areas: el Raval, the Gothic Quarter and the Born or Ribera district. All of them are included in this tag, so you can easily find the information you need when you are planning to visit the most historical area of Barcelona, or if you are planning to stay or to go eating there. Everything you need about the Barcelona Old Town is in this tag.

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Rambla Restaurant Selection

LA RAMBLA RESTAURANTS THAT ARE NOT A TOURIST TRAP

Las Ramblas restaurants that won’t fail you Enjoy Las Ramblas with all your senses – including taste, finally! Las Ramblas are one of the main arteries of Barcelona and a well-known place that you shouldn’t miss. This 1.3km long street connects Plaça Catalunya with the old port and it’s always crowded: people walking, artists, music …

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Restaurants Raval Barcelona

GREAT EL RAVAL RESTAURANTS YOU NEED TO CHECK OUT

Need help choosing a Raval restaurant for dinner? El Raval neighborhood is the most densely populated area in the Ciutat Vella district. I must say that long ago people called it Barri Chino (Chinatown) because of the vandalism and crime there, and it was considered a dangerous place. Nowadays, after building two police stations, new …

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El Born Barcelona | ForeverBarcelona

5 THINGS TO DO WHEN VISITING EL BORN DISTRICT IN BARCELONA

Barcelona El Born – the trendy local SOHO The Born District, or El Borne in Spanish, is the hip area of the Barcelona Old Town. Located South of the city and East of the Barri Gotic, it’s a neighborhood where you will want to spend a lot of time during your stay in Barcelona. From …

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Barcelona Dancing Egg | ForeverBarcelona

CORPUS DOMINI IS APPROACHING, HAVE YOU SEEN ANY DANCING EGGS?

L’Ou com Balla, a Barcelona tradition How this Corpus Christi tradition started remains a mystery: That day, many fountains of the Barcelona Gothic Quarter are decorated with flowers and cherries, then an egg that has been previously emptied of its yolk and white through a small hole that is then carefully resealed with wax, is …

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Boqueria Market Bars | ForeverBarcelona

WHERE TO EAT THE BEST BOQUERIA TAPAS?

Our hand-picked Boqueria restaurant list When you visit the famous Market of la Boqueria, tapas should be in your to-do list. Seating on a stool in one of their amazing tapas bars, watching the cooks do magic in the tiny space of their bar kitchens, while eating spectacular local food and feeling the envious looks …

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Hotels in El Born | ForeverBarcelona

RECOMMENDED HOTELS IN EL BORN DISTRICT OF BARCELONA

El Born hotels: culture, food and glamour It is not easy to find hotels in El Born district: chains have rather preferred other areas in the center to settle down. The choices aren’t many, but you’ll still find a place to stay in El Born. After the restorations carried on for the 1992 Olympics, El …

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