After city reconstruction in XIX century, Eixample Dreta became a popular place among fat cats to have a residence there. Wealthy citizens were buying houses on the broad beautiful streets of the district, paying a fortune to live in a new modern Barcelona neighborhood. This modernist area was designed by Catalan engineer Cerda and was…Read More Eixample Dreta district guide
When my friends ask me where to eat in Eixample Dret, I usually doubt what to recommend since the number of restaurants in the area is so abundant that making a shortlist is almost impossible. I picked the ones we find appealing due to this or that reason, don’t stop exploring the area though, almost every corner…Read More Where to eat in Eixample Dret
Barceloneta Barrio is a famous neighborhood in Barcelona, where young (and not so young) crowd heads to enjoy tender sunbeams, marvelous views of the sea and lovely absence of clothes on tanned bodies. When they get hungry and start looking on where to eat in Barceloneta, they look into my guide and find the answer.…Read More Where to eat in Barceloneta
Only curious and investigative visitor goes beyond Eixample and Gothic quarter while exploring the city, let’s assume you are one of them and want to know more about Gracia district in Barcelona. Gracia district – the tiny village hidden in Barcelona After a city reorganization in the 19th century, Gracia village becomes a part of…Read More Why locals adore the Gracia district in Barcelona?
Today I’m going to share my personal experience and best tips on where to eat in Gracia, one of the most emblematic districts of Barcelona. A former village, which later became a part of the city, Gracia, is a hidden paradise for hipsters and bohemian people. It is still not very well known by tourists…Read More Where to eat in Gracia district
This Raval district guide will walk you through the streets of the most intercultural and colorful neighborhoods of Barcelona. El Raval district, the most contradicting and most densely populated city area, is marked by Plaza Catalunya on the north, borders La Rambla on the east and delimited by Ronda Sant Antoni and Ronda de Sant…Read More El Raval district guide
Due to its ambiguous reputation, El Raval doesn’t seem to be a good area to have a delicious bite if you feel peckish. Nevertheless, it is very untrue. A plethora of spots El Raval embraces is impressive and very diverse, as the district itself: from dusty and noisy eateries to chic restaurants, twinkling with Michelin…Read More Where to eat in Raval
What if you’re on a budget trip and want to find some cheap eats in Barcelona without renouncing the quality of food? Follow me on my path through affordable yet good restaurants in the city. Barcelona is a food paradise. You can find here restaurants and bars of all shapes and shades: from ultra posh…Read More My favorite cheap eats in Barcelona
As you most probably know, Gothic is the oldest part of the city, it attracts many tourists to breathe its history but sometimes its not easy to find where to eat in Gothic quarter. And, as it usually happens, the area is oversaturated with low quality and expensive eateries. Don’t panic! There are spots in Gothic…Read More Where to eat in Gothic quarter
Everything you want to know about Sant Jordi and Day’s celebrations in one article. The story First, let’s make it clear, that Catalan people are very proud people. It concerns not only their intention to be a separate state it also conveys to their traditions, customs, cuisine and… actually everything. Catalan people decided that…Read More Sant Jordi’s Day – a local Valentine’s?