Raval District

The Raval district is the most western part of the Barcelona Old Town, located between the busy Rambla and the recently restored Mercat de Sant Antoni. It is however a neighborhood that gives me mixed feelings: while some areas are the kind of off the beaten path alleys you’ll love to explore, other backstreets aren’t too recommendable nor safe… But if you are an intrepid traveler that are willing to see the (just a bit) darker side of Barcelona and love to see where cultures mix and where immigrants live, in this tag you’ll find our best recommendations to help your explorations.

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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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Hotel Raval Barcelona

LOOKING FOR A HOTELS IN EL RAVAL?

CHOSING A BARCELONA RAVAL HOTEL IS FOR THE INTREDID ONLY… If you are looking for Raval hotels, you must be adventurous: I wouldn’t recommend to stay here to anyone that isn’t easily scared. Although it can be fan to stay a bit off the beaten path, but close enough to some of the main sites. …

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