Pretty street in the heart of the traditional neighbourhood of Gracia. Many Shops, bars, restaurants...
“Located in a unique place of Barcelona, unusual for tourist ;). Lunch menu from Monday - Friday 12eu. Paella served every Fridays.”
“Quiet square during the day with terraces, ideal to have a coffee and catch up the news reading the paper and great atmosfere at night. It's a classic.”
“nombreux sentiers de randonnées, calme et tranquille, vues imprenables. de a neige l'hiver!”
“Like an oasis in the Gràcia district, especially on summer days, the little-known park opened in 1976 and is a little gem among the city’s open spaces. It’s surrounded by trees and big rocks, as if it were in a valley. But the most impressive thing you can find there is a pool you can swim in, right in the middle of the park. There’s an amazing sculpture by Chillida—a massive concrete claw suspended by steel cables over the flooded quarry that serves as a swimming pool—that’s really fun to photograph. The sculpture, called Elogio del agua, was made in 1987 with the help of engineer José Antonio Fernández Ordóñez.”