A Guide to the Barrio Sant Andreu

The little barrio of Sant Andreu to the northeast of the centre of Barcelona is aneighbourhood that many might not have even heard of, let alone visited. Once an independent village of its own, Sant Andreu annexed to Barcelona in 1897and become one of its nine main districts. The neighbourhood is set around themain Plaça d’Orfila […]

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Sant Antoni Guide

Index: History |  Attractions | Restaurants | Hotels | Nightlife | Coworking Sant Antoni is part of the Eixample district of Barcelona, bordered by El Raval and El Poble Sec. It is most famous for its historic market and for being home to many of the best restaurants in the city. The streets of Sant […]

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El Raval Neighborhood Guide

Index: History | Public Art | Museums | Restaurants | Hotels | Nightlife | Shopping | Safety El Raval is a vibrant multi-cultural neighborhood in the heart of Barcelona. The part closest to the old port was also known as Barri Xinès or Barrio Chino (Chinatown). Famous for it’s edgy and bohemian vibe, it has […]

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