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There is a door that closes off the living room so you have your own little space with the hallway, room and bathroom. The room is so interesting with the wall designs, just like the… Read more. The host canceled this reservation 2 days before arrival. This is an automated posting. Nice place to stay in the very center of the city. Jaume was a helpful host. Stay here!! Upon arrival he gave us a map with recommendations and was just so welcoming! Jaume is really… Read more. Jaume's place is great, very close to everything and he was an amazing host! The room is a bit small but I didn't spend much time there other than sleeping.
Great value for the location.
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Hosted by Jaume. Languages: English, Français, Español. Response time: within an hour. Learn more. The neighbourhood.
En Diagonal Bar, Barcelona: Hours, Address, En Diagonal Bar Reviews: 5/5
Things to keep in mind. House Rules. Not suitable for children and infants. No parties or events. Smoking is allowed. Read all rules.
Raval, Barcelona: Address, Raval Reviews: 3.5/5
House rules. Cancellation policy. Report this listing. Just past Diamant turn left on Verdi. Maybe stop for gelato if you see it. Then turn right and go down Verdi and window shop for clothes and jewelry, or eat something, until you get to Placa de la Revolucio. A block below the plaza is the Gracia market hall, which is interesting to wander into. A nicer one is in west Gracia Mercat de la Libertat which is worth seeing. Sarria Not so much a place to stay but definitely a nice stroll through the Carrer Sarria.
Most amazing macaroons at Foix de Sarria and tapas at el Canalla, or one of many others around there. This is an upper-class neighborhood.
Quiet and a little far from the action. See those places if you like, but if you want to see another side of the city…. Can Masdeu Up in the hills of the city, at the edge of the Collserola nature reserve, lies this old mansion that was once a leper hospital and has been occupied by ecologically-minded permaculture-inspired squatters since It represents a counter-cultural way of living in harmony with the environment while pursuing social equity.
On Sundays the public is invited to enjoy a vegetarian lunch and talk about anti-capitalism, cooperative living, and growing your own algae.
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From here you can take longer hikes into the nature reserve. Parc del Laberint Also in the hills, in the neighborhood of Horta, is this magical park full of maze hedges. Or just enjoy a quiet respite next to a lovely pond. Bunkers de Can Baró These old bunkers overlooking the city were built to shoot down Italian war planes during the Civil War, and were later covered by self-built housing. The housing is now gone, leaving a palimpsest of old tiles and wall foundations, but with an unbeatable panoramic view of the whole city. Be ready for a hike, and bring water and a picnic for sunset.
Keep in mind that lunch is the main meal. If you want fine dining that is still usually an evening event. Know that locals will never eat before 9pm. Many places have dinner seatings at 9 and at 11 or 12 midnight. Make reservations. Tip only by rounding up to the nearest euro, or leave a few euros if you must.
Gut Small Catalan restaurant on a quiet street in Gracia. Make a reservation. Excellent food and good fancy-people watching. Pepa Tomate Totally Catalan. Use your translator app or be confused. Croquettes, unique Patatas Bravas, fried green tomatoes! This was an old dairy place…so it has amazing whipped cream meant to top the hot chocolate and be eaten with a churro. Have to experience it to describe it. Espai Mescladis A nonprofit restaurant and social cohesion project in the Born neighborhood with outdoor seating and outstanding food, much of it with African origins.
Beautiful interior, really good seafood. More formal. Go get gelato at one of the shops just down the street afterwards, and take in the ambiance. Casual, good food. They have a Sunday brunch which is nice.
Really good Gnocchi among other things. Great vibe, always crowded. Charming, classic dishes, small neighborhood atmosphere. Service may be spotty.
Can Majo Outdoor dining next to Barceloneta beach. Go for Paella. A little pricey but good paella. A bit of a tourist trap…but the Barceloneta neighborhood is worth a wander…an old dockworker neighborhood. Palosanto Tapas Best tapas. In the Raval, historically immigrant neighborhood. They have another restaurant location too…. Cool bar vibe, in Poble Sec neighborhood. Bar Mut Urban film noir bar vibe.
On the Diagonal in the Eixample district. Great for drinks and tapas.