A city that never sleeps at night, the best places to enjoy from the quiet to the most rogue nightlife.
Your home in Barcelona, the best place to start your amazing trip. “A good beginning makes a good ending” let your journey starts and perfectly ends here.
This romantic church, built in the 14th Century has two amazing octagonal towers and a beautiful rose window. The interior is incredibly beautiful, with high ceilings and a wide aisle lined with lithe and dark columns that hold the ancient roof cover.
Government power is very much present in Plaza San Jaime: at one end we find the “Palau de la Generalitat” with its Renaissance façade, which is where the Catalan Government meets; and at the other we see Barcelona’s Town Hall, which has a wonderful meeting hall known as Salón de Ciento, - the place where citizens representatives gather since the 14th Century.
Las Ramblas in Barcelona extends for approximately 1.2 km, the extreme south is the Port Vell (near the cruise port) and the north end is the Plaza Catalunya. One of the more pedestrian tour of the city. It can be enjoyed equally during day and night. There are lots of mimes, kiosks, craft stalls and street artists that come together each day and mixed with the bustle of people who congregate in the area.
El Raval is a neighbourhood of Barcelona in the Ciutat Vella district, born of the enlargement of the medieval walls of the city, although the probably existed earlier settlements. In the Raval, live today, many locals and foreigners. In its streets it is possible to find its streets a variety of shops offering specialities and products from many nationalities, trendy cloth shops.
This arcade-surrounded square is famous in Barcelona for it rectangular layout, palm trees and sunny bar-terraces. Around it, there are many bars, restaurants and music clubs.