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From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Art Museum
“The MACBA's programme of events explores the most complex visions of contemporary art in a space that is open to the exchange of ideas and experimentation set out around a landmark cultural plaza that includes a Gothic chapel and the iconic museum building designed by Richard Meier. Come and experiment with new ways of experiencing contemporary art. The Touch Art space, daily tours which are included in the admission price, and the augmented reality app will make your visit a memorable experience. After your visit we invite you to "Ravalejar!" Ask for our map of the Raval district when you buy your ticket and discover a multicultural, young and dynamic neighbourhood with a wide variety of cultural attractions, shops, bars, restaurants and entertainments.”
  • 379 locals recommend
  • 3 Experiences
Shopping Centre
“You can find plenty of restaurantes on the top of the mall and a supermarkt called Mercadona in the floor -1.”
  • 339 locals recommend
Plaza
“This is where I decided to live in Barcelona, there is a lovely museum there and if you take the inside escalator until the very top of the shopping center right in there, you can reach the 360 hotel viewpoint!”
  • 195 locals recommend
  • 1 Experience
Café
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“Perfect for breakfast and brunch with a great variety of menu. Informal and fun service.”
  • 150 locals recommend
Cultural Center
“For its modern expositions and its legendary skate spot with the top wolrld' s skaters praticing every day”
  • 119 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
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“Tickets presents a different and informal way of living a haute cuisine experience through its tapas. A playful and fun space where the room and the food create “La vida tapa”. How to get there: - Bus D20 + 4 min. walk. ”
  • 148 locals recommend
Brewery
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“ Moritz is a trendy restaurant, beer factory, shop, wine store and cafe place.”
  • 121 locals recommend
Park
“This large park with lots of open space is also known as the Parc l'Escorxador (so named because it stands on the site of the old municipal slaughterhouse: escorxador in Catalan) and is used by visitors and locals from Barcelona's Eixample Esquerra to relax. This great urban "lung", full of possibilities, is located at the south-west end of the neighbourhood and is the perfect appetiser before you begin exploring the monumental Plaça Espanya. An artificial water channel runs parallel to Carrer Tarragona, lending coolness to this side of the Parc de Joan Miró. This is the site of Joan Miró's 22-metre-high monumental sculpture Dona i Ocell (Woman and Bird). Like the park, it was dedicated in 1983, shortly before the artist's death. There is a public library on the other side of the park, which is named after Joan Miró.”
  • 71 locals recommend
Bar
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“Very nice atmosphere, food and outdoor terrace (it can get very busy after 9 PM)”
  • 89 locals recommend
Cinema
“This cinema is close by and shows all movies in original language, in case you are not yet familiar with the spanish language.”
  • 82 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“*Desayunos, meriendas o esas pausas necesarias, en un lugar acogedor. * Breakfasts, snacks or those necessary breaks, in cossy place. *Colazioni, spuntini o pause necessarie, in un'atmosfera accogliente *Petits déjeuners, collations ou pause nécessaires, dans une atmosphère complaisante”
  • 62 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“BRUNCH. Spelled big, for that big Sunday recovery brunch. If you are out the evening before they have really good burgers. Also a very good drink-list. A personal favorite is their bleeding bellini!”
  • 66 locals recommend
Café
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“An easy going place for those of you that appreciate simple things. I love the daily menu which always offers a delicous soup and a quiche of the day. I feel at home!”
  • 56 locals recommend
Neighbourhood
“Sant Antoni is a neighborhood in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Catalonia. Its non-official centre, the marketplace of the same name—designed by Antoni Rovira i Trias and built between 1872 and 1882—is one of the oldest and most popular in the city, especially with the secondhand book stalls that surround the building Sunday mornings. It is bordered by the neighbourhoods of the L'Antiga Esquerra de l'Eixample (on the other side of Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes), the Raval (on the other side of Ronda de Sant Antoni), and Poble Sec (on the other side of Avinguda del Paral·lel). The streets of Sant Antoni follow the grid pattern prevalent in all of Eixample, except for a central thoroughfare, the Avinguda de Mistral, built on the site of an important medieval road which led out of Barcelona. Another well-known landmark of Sant Antoni is the bar called Els Tres Tombs, right next to the market.”
  • 26 locals recommend
  • 2 Experiences
Restaurant
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“Fashionable area with numerous bars, restaurants to take wines, cocktails and enjoy the hipster atmosphere of Barcelona.”
  • 42 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“This is known as a bar with great cocktails but they also have some amazing burgers”
  • 43 locals recommend