The neighbourhood of Poble Sec is quickly becoming one of the most popular hangouts in Barcelona. Characterised by its sloping treelined streets and clusters of independent restaurants and bars, this area is definitely worth a visit!
So you’ve seen all the main sights in Barcelona (or perhaps you’re simply not interested in those) and you’re looking for something a little more adventurous. Well look no further…this is our guide to some of the forgotten places around Barcelona. Making some good reading for the beach or perhaps inspiration for a day trip or two!
With some of Barcelona’s best bars, restaurants, and cultural centres in the city, you’ll find so much to see and do in the much loved and ever so cool neighbourhood of El Raval.
In our previous blog post entitled The Best Views of Barcelona, we listed 6 places to enjoy spectacular views of the city. In this post, part 2, we give you even more. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and enjoy the spectacular Catalan capital.
Take a step back from the tourist.filled attractions that you’ve already heard so much about and appreciate the hidden, more authentic side of Barcelona on these cool streets.
Don’t miss this colorful Barcelona festival…with a Mallorcan twist! With everything from a traditional Correfoc to bonfires, live music to traditional food and much more.
The night scene in Barcelona is unlike any other in the world. With bars inviting you in until 3am (or later!), clubs staying open until as late as 6am, and after-parties galore, you’ll have no problem finding time to party hard in the Catalan capital. Read on to find out about the hottest beach clubs in Barcelona’s Port Olympic…