The best restaurant recommendations in El Born neighbourhood
El Born is where just about everything fashionable happens in Barcelona – great art, fabulous clothes and jewellery design, innovative restaurants and cool wine bars. DestinationBCN has carefully curated a section of the best restaurants and tapas bars in El Born for you to discover. The tree-lined Passeig del Born is the pedestrian-friendly central thoroughfare of Born and is book-ended by a 19th-century market building and the beautiful 14th-century Basilica de Santa Maria del Mar. Highlights of the less touristy part of El Born, Sant Pere include Domènech i Montaner’s magical Palau de la Música.
Located just behind Mercat Del Born is La Parateda (one of their 4 canteen-style seafood restaurants in the city) where you can eat some of the best seafood in Barcelona on a budget. If you’re looking for authentic tapas in El Born, Bar del Pla and Cal Pep are great bustling places loved by locals. Discover why Barcelona is obsessed with vermouth in the gorgeous little bar Casa Lolea, which serves up tapas and drinks including their own blend of artisan sangria.
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Bar del Pla is conveniently located in the heart of El Born and serves delicious tapas all day long. Selling itself as more of a bar that also serves great food or a restaurant with the relaxed atmosphere of a bar…
Carrer de Montcada 2, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 932683003
Bar del Pla
You often find queues out into the square with people trying to get in, so be prepared to elbow your way to the bar. Sample Catalan classics at this tapas bar, among the 70+ dishes available. Omelette with crumbled sausage, Trifàsic (combination of calamari, whitebait and prawns) and Baked artichokes stuffed with onions and black olives are examples of what you can find on offer here.
Catalan classics and tapas
Plaça de les Olles 8, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 933107961
Cal Pep website
This cosmopolitan and bohemian styled bistro is reminiscent of an upscale literary café in Paris. It is well known for its fish, so much so that they refuse to serve it on a Sunday because they can’t get it fresh. Galician oysters, razor clams and hake are just some of what you’ll find on the menu. Meat eaters can look forward to crispy duck Wontons, Beef tenderloin and more!
Seafood (except on Sundays!)
Carrer de la Fusina 7, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 933151776
This little vermuteria, decorated in red, white and black offers vermouth, wine, cocktails, artisanal Lolea-brand sangria and a selection of classic tapas and aperitivo dishes.
Classic tapas and small dishes
Carrer de Sant Pere Més Alt 49, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 936241016
A popular semi ‘self-service’ seafood restaurant. Fresh seafood is ordered from the counter as if you were on the market. They prepare it however you want and you can pick it up from the counter afterwards. A unique, casual, no frills, great price/quality offer.
Carrer Comercial 7, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 932681939
Located on a side street across from Palau de la Musica, this little Italian restaurant serves typical pasta dishes as well as regional specialities such as Burrata in a cosy, charming setting.
Carrer de Verdaguer i Callís 4, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 932690780
Le Cucine Mandarosso
The owners Fran Heras (chef and gastronomical director who previously worked with Ferrán Adriá at elBulli) and Eva Arbonés (head chef and interior designer) have a restaurant in Asturias and decided to share their culinary cuisine with Catalunya. In this former bodega, you can expect tasty dishes such as Tuna teriyaki, Langostinos de Trigueros, Arroz negro and plenty more. Great for pica-pica.
Spanish (Austurian) and small sharing dishes
Carrer de la Fusina 5, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 933196250
A very good seafood restaurant. You don’t order, they keep bringing you dishes and cava (about 8 courses). Very authentic restaurant located in Born area. From the street you can’t see the restaurant. There is a bank on the corner of the same building called ‘La Caixa’ with a yellow logo. You enter through a narrow hallway; the restaurant is in the back.
Seafood tasting menus
Pla de Palau 2, 08003 Barcelona
T: +34 933101021
Passadis del Pep
BEST RESTAURANTS IN EL BORN, BARCELONA
Born is one of those places in the world where time flies. A little quarter from Barcelona with narrow alleys and short streets where you can get lost admiring its authentic shops and eating at el Born restaurants. And you only realize how late it is when you start feeling hungry!
If you’ve been walking around for a long time shopping or sightseeing, it’s time to discover the best restaurants you can choose in this singular neighborhood of Barcelona. Ready?
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These are our favorite restaurants in El Born:
This nice and well decorated restaurant in El Born near the Picasso Museum was awarded on 2014 as the “Travellers’ Favourite Fine Dining Restaurants” on Tripadvisor. Its chef defines its restaurant as a “gastronomic space” with slow food philosophy: it means good, fairtrade and quality products. They offer a menu with a supplement for wine pairing if you wish. Or “à la carte” where there’s always some improvised dish depending on what’s fresh from the market and the cook’s inspiration that day.
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Pla de la Garsa
A restaurant off the beaten path serving Catalan cuisine. Their menu is short but full of interesting choices such as the Tou dels Til·lers cheese as well as traditional dishes such as their canneloni (upgraded with a cep bechamel – yum). It’s antique decoration that transports you back to the early 1900’s make it for a romantic dinner as well.
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The Rovira’s family is from Sagàs, a little town north of Catalunya where, as the majority of the local population, they work as farmers. They cultivate the land and grow their animals, and finally they decided to cook their food and use all their products at their family restaurant: from land to the plate.
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Now in their Born restaurant they offer sandwiches and salads, but also some main Catalan dishes as well. Their hamburgers are worth trying, as well as their patatas bravas and their desserts.
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The only 20 stools in Cal Pep are some of the most coveted el Born Barcelona restaurants: people starts lining up by the bar door way before it opens. Fresh, delicious and local products make for a traditional cuisine conceived to be served as tapas. It’s a pricey meal, but a memorable one.
They don’t take reservations, but if waiting in line before they open isn’t your thing, you might want to check out their sister restaurant Passadis del Pep, just one block away. Just be warmed: there’s no menu there. They’ll start bringing you food and more food until you can’t take any more!
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After its successful restaurant in Avilés (Asturias), Fran Heras and Eva Arbonés decided to open LLamber Barcelona in an old fruit warehouse. They kept the original characteristics of the warehouse and preserved its charm by mixing rustic and industrial decoration.
Their aim is creating minimalist creative tapas dishes to share. And in order to approach its cuisine to the general public, they offer a free tapa with every glass of wine ordered at the the bar (they offer 30 different wines by the glass).
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AND FINALLY! What El Born restaurant is our favorite to go for tapas after visiting the Picasso Museum?
Bar del Pla
Located near the Picasso Museum, you’ll be surprised that the crowds of tourists haven’t discovered it yet: instead it’s mostly frequented by local foodies… and our guides with their guests! Make sure to order their amazing croquettes and their patatas bravas. It’s always a good idea to order a bunch of dishes to share.
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One day in El Born.
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Quarter El Born with its narrow medieval streets – center of concept design shops, trendy art galleries, champagne and vermouth, nightclubs and cultural centers. This area was built in the 13th century for wealthy merchants and artisans. It occupies a very small area, but the number of interesting places that are concentrated in it allows you to spend a whole day in this quarter alone, moreover, with a rich program. We have compiled a list of properties that are sure to impress you.
Things to see and do
El Born Cultural Center
The building of the old market has been standing on the main square of the quarter since 1700. Inside, you can look at the excavations of the old city, which are considered exceptional in size and preservation. The permanent exhibition of the center is made up of household items of the inhabitants of Barcelona three centuries ago. It also hosts film screenings, theatrical performances, architecture workshops for the whole family, detective quests and much more.
You can listen to flamenco music and see the performance of Spanish musicians in a real palace! Palau Dalmases is a 17th century Gothic building with baroque interiors. The traditional flamenco concert here consists of four elements: vocals, guitar, dance and cajon (percussion). In an effort to catch all the senses, the palace bar offers freshly squeezed juices and fruits, and fresh flowers for a pleasant aroma.
Santa Maria del Mar
The Basilica, named after Saint Mary, the patroness of sailors, is the heart of the El Born quarter. Built in the middle of the 14th century, it is still considered one of the standards of Gothic architecture and is the only church in a purely Catalan Gothic style. The acoustics inside the basilica are excellent, so concerts are often held here.
Santa Caterina Market
The first covered market in Barcelona was built on the site of the destroyed convent of St. Catherine and opened in 1846. The colorful roof of the market was designed by the Catalan artist Enric Miralles. The roof is made up of 325,000 ceramic pieces in more than 60 colors that represent the colors of fruits and vegetables sold in the market. Inside, there are more than 100 fresh food stalls, tapas bars, a restaurant at the entrance, and even a supermarket at the back.
Art galleries: where to feel the art
The most visited museum in Barcelona. At the moment, it has about 3,500 exhibits, most of which are the early works of the artist, before 1917. The culmination of the museum’s collection is variations on the theme of “Las Meninas” by Velasquez, a total of 59 paintings by Picasso. The museum itself is located in the buildings of five old mansions and is famous for its courtyards.
Private gallery of contemporary artist Maxo Rennell created by himself. There are paintings, photographs, collages, vintage toys and souvenirs. The space is decorated in the form of exhibitions that you can visit for free, and if you wish, you can buy any of the exhibits.
Museum of World Cultures
This new museum opened in 2014 and is opposite the Picasso Museum. The two Gothic buildings house exhibits of the cultural heritage of 550 world civilizations, found by archaeologists in different parts of the globe. Here you can look at Mayan religious totems, Inca household utensils, Korean ceramics, mysterious bone figures from Costa Rica – everything that is related to the history of mankind.
Bars: where to have an aperitif
El Chigre 1769
“Chigre” is the old name for taverns in the Asturian region, where cider was usually served. The bar with high stools near the western wall of Santa Maria del Mar revives the tradition of cider and Asturian snacks. A successful combination of Asturian and Catalan cuisine – among other things, excellent vermouth is also served here.
People come to this bar to drink a traditional cava for 1.5 euros in a classic French champagne glass. For those who are not fans of cava, they offer wine or vermouth as an option. El Xampanyet has existed in the center of El Born since 1929. Inside it is always full of people and quite noisy, because this bar is considered a classic “stop” in order to drink a glass of aperitif.
The name of the bar is made up of two words: “Born” and “vermouth”. Here you must definitely try the vermouth on tap. It is served in small glasses with a semicircle of lemon and orange, and with ice.
La Vinya del Senyor
A small two-story bar opposite the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar specializes in fine wines. The wine list is so long that you should not stop at just one glass. The second floor overlooks the lively square, while sitting on the terrace, you can enjoy the fresh air and feel yourself in the very center of events.
Loft del born
Spacious tapas bar of the renowned Lonja restaurateur family from Barcelona. Here you can drink vermouth at the bar, a glass of good wine at the table or a cocktail sitting on a soft sofa.
Restaurants: where to dine and dine
One of the trendiest restaurants in Barcelona where real gourmets come. The co-owner of this place is the famous Spanish chef Fran Heras. At the entrance you can sit down and drink a glass of wine with tapas, then there is already a restaurant hall with an open kitchen. The restaurant’s menu is a mix of Catalan and Asturian cuisine with a focus on seasonal products and creative presentation.
Authentic Mediterranean cuisine with plenty of fresh fish and seafood. Chef Rafa Zafra is responsible for the kitchen, who has collaborated, among other things, with the famous Spanish chef Ferran Adria (one of the 9 best chefs in the world). Rafa Zafra went through many Michelin-starred restaurants in different cities in Spain, and finally ended up in Barcelona. In 2016, Estimar was named the best restaurant in the city.
Ten’s Tapas Restaurant
Chef Jordi Cruz at 34 has 4 Michelin stars, the first of which he received 10 years ago, becoming the youngest chef in Spain and the second youngest chef in the world. Ten’s Restaurant serves traditional tapas and quality a la carte dishes.
Night bars: where to dance and drink a cocktail
Club for lovers of dancing until the morning to the rock hits of the 80s. One of the most popular nightclubs in Barcelona. It features an indie-style interior, an impressive dance floor and a large number of visitors.
Hidden behind a heavy oak door, this bar offers a wide selection of cocktails, among which the most popular is the mojito. Background music is classical jazz, conducive to relaxation and rest. Great place to start a weekend night.
Mexican bar decorated with bright colors and Mexican elements. In the menu, in addition to standard cocktails, there are “spicy” ones with the addition of chili. And local chefs will offer guacamole, nachos, tacos and burritos for a snack.
Concept stores: made in Barcelona
Rice, dried fruits, honey, chocolate, cereals… A true warehouse of Spanish national products, carefully selected for their quality and proximity to Barcelona to deliver them fresh. All items are sold at retail. The old method of storage is in bags. Wooden boxes are used to store flour. This is the link between the city and the countryside.
Barcelona is one of the world capitals of lomography. A new photo genre, which is an attempt to “capture life as it is” – these are film shots taken from unusual angles without looking into the lens. In the El Born store you can find all kinds of lomo cameras, accessories for them and additional gadgets.
Lito & Lola
Designer jewelry and bijouterie, among which accessories with flowers occupy a special place. This fashion trend came to Barcelona from London and New York. All decorations are created in the workshop by hand and can be adjusted according to the customer’s wishes.
All products of the store are 100% leather and handmade. Bags, belts, wallets and bracelets can be created in a few hours from your own designs. To do this, the store has an open workshop, where the Barcelona master cuts, sews and dyes the ordered product in front of visitors.
Cooking courses: where to learn how to cook Spanish dishes
Born to Cook
This kitchen is located under the heavy stone vaults of the house where, according to legend, the family of Christopher Columbus once lived. Cooking courses teach how to cook Spanish, Catalan, Brazilian, Mexican, Italian, and other dishes. Chefs are always appointed from the respective country of origin. Before cooking, students visit the Santa Caterina market with the chef and choose fresh products.
Spanish cuisine experts will take you to the Boquería market, where they will teach you how to choose the best jamón, wine and olive oil. Standard master class program: first, second and dessert. And at the end – dinner with a glass of wine.
A multifunctional space where, in addition to culinary courses, there are also culinary shows from high-class chefs, team building and tastings.
Annual festivals and holidays
Carnaval – February
Barcelona Carnival before Lent lasts a whole week! The most important part of it is called “Taronjada” and takes place in Born – it is an orange festival with dancing, orange balloons, carnival masks and confetti. The week of carnival ends with the ceremony of burying sardines in the ground, which symbolizes the beginning of fasting.
Born Street Food – third week of June
The best restaurants in El Born offer their most delicious street food for three days. The epicenter of the festival is located in Pla del Palau, where the famous chefs of the area prepare food in front of everyone, arranging real cooking shows.
Fiesta Mayor del Casco Antiguo – last week of June
The Old Town of Barcelona, centered on El Born, hosts a festival every summer in its streets with theatrical performances, dances, movies, workshops and delicious food. Museums and galleries of the area these days often open their doors to everyone.
New Wine Festival – end of November
This tradition was created in 1994 by Vila Viniteka wine shop. Since then, every year more than 30 wineries from different provinces of Spain participate in the young wine tasting festival. Having bought a glass for 5 euros, you get the right to try any wine presented at the festival, the quantity is not limited. Drinks are accompanied by tapas and dishes from the area’s most famous restaurants.
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Born (Born) – Barcelona Travel Guide Happyinspain
El Born, like Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, belongs to the Old City. This is a charming old district with many narrow streets, walking along which you will find many fashionable designer shops, cozy bars and cafes, you can visit the Picasso Museum, the Palace of Catalan Music, the majestic Cathedral of Santa Maria del Mar and the second most important Santa Caterina market.
Born is located between Via Laietana and Ciutadella Park, from here you can walk to the sea in 15 minutes. The central streets of the quarter are Paseo del Born boulevard and Argenteria, Princesa and Montcada streets, where it is always crowded during the day, and drunk, noisy and fun at night. Historical is the quarter of merchants, artisans and guilds of the city.
We advise you to go to Born for original designer clothes and other bright trinkets, and after shopping for a drink and a bite to eat in a trendy restaurant or enjoy modern art in one of the local art galleries. We recommend just walking or lying on the grass in the sun in Ciutadella Park, this is a real oasis in the middle of Barcelona, where it is very green and beautiful. The Barcelona Zoo is also located here.
Born (Born) Gotico (Gothic Quarter)
During the tour we will share with you useful information about the city, we will gladly show you the coolest places and establishments and share “our” Barcelona so that you feel not like tourists, but locals residents. Barcelona is a city of celebration, a city of freedom, joy and pleasure! Our mission is to inspire you with the vibrant energy of the sunny city and make Barcelona top of your list of favorite holiday destinations!
Born (Born) Gotico (Gothic Quarter) Raval (Raval)
During our tapas tour we will go around five colorful establishments, you will try typical snacks of the Spanish regions, learn how to pour cider correctly, drink through the Catalan vessel “porron” and learn a lot interesting and funny about Spanish traditions.
Organizers of the music festival Primavera Sound and the creative team of Lateral Thinking have opened a bar in Barcelona where dancing takes place every evening, whether on a weekday or weekend. Modern hip hop, electronics, oldschool hits and the hottest mixes from guest DJs and club residents. You get into the institution itself through a beautiful entrance, climb the stairs and then, like in a fairy tale: if you go to the left, you will get to the bar, if you go to the right, you will come to the dance floor.
The beauty is that this bistro is owned by two brothers from Normandy, whose dad owns an oyster farm. The bistro has several types of Normandy oysters at a very pleasant price, for example, there is a combo of a bottle of French wine and a dozen juicy clams for 35 €.
Everyone who loves cats should visit Barcelona’s Suara store in the most fashionable part of the Born quarter. Cool organic cotton T-shirts and sweatshirts and other accessories with original cat-themed prints
If you are tired of the monotonous aromas of commercial perfumes and want to create your own unique perfume, then you must visit the Moss Olfactory. A young couple from the Czech Republic moved to Barcelona to fulfill their dream of opening a perfume laboratory where unique fragrances are created using natural oils. Moss Olfactory is a place where magic happens, a magnificent range of aromas, extracts from natural oils is collected here to make a unique mix for each visitor.
Let’s go in order. In the most fashionable part of the El Born district, an 800-meter establishment has opened. These are two floors of unbridled fun, which contain a bar, restaurant, club and entertainment area. The kitchen is divided into two zones. Downstairs they cook delicious juicy burgers, sing karaoke and play ping pong. Be sure to try the local veggie burger. It’s something incredible.
Born (Born) Gotico (Gothic Quarter)
What are the best souvenirs to bring back from Barcelona? At Art Escudellers you can buy truly authentic souvenirs, colorful cups and other tableware, wall murals and panels, olive oil storage containers, Gaudí-style souvenirs, traditional poop figurines, fridge magnets and much more.
Local flamenco dancers wholly devote themselves to their favorite activity, an hour and a half of the show flies by at lightning speed, the audience applauds and does not believe that such passion and return are possible in the modern world. Ole, ole, ole! – Shout the amazed tourists from China and take hundreds of photos. Hot Andalusians proudly look into the lens and pound on the wooden stage so furiously that it seems that the floor is about to break under their feet.
The luxury hotel The Barcelona Edition has recently opened and immediately became a cult place among the Barcelona party. You should go here before sunset, go up to the roof and admire the magnificent view of Barcelona. The bright roof of the Santa Caterina market, the houses of the Born quarter and the seagulls in the blue sky will give you a romantic mood.
This is not a trendy, not new, microscopic and not at all beautiful restaurant, but for some reason there are queues here every day. What’s the secret? Casa Mari i Rufo is a family restaurant open at 1981, specializing in fish and seafood dishes.
A gourmet cheese platter with a glass of wine, a hot croissant with a cup of coffee, homemade meatballs in tomato sauce or a rich, fragrant Vichyssoise soup – all this can be tasted in the cozy French bistro En Aparté. Foie gras and duck magret salad on the menu
Barcelona has a huge number of hotels, most of which have terraces open to visitors overlooking the city. You don’t have to be a hotel resident to climb them. A great way to relax on a hot evening is to go up to the roof, order a glass of cava and watch the sunset over Barcelona.
If you’re looking for a delicious brunch in Born, be sure to check out Lulu Bistro, which has many healthy options on the menu, from granola…
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La Tinaja is an authentic Spanish “bodega” with high quality products, lost among the narrow streets of the Born quarter. “Bodega” is a wine …
El Chigre 1769, a beautiful establishment in all respects, has opened in the Born quarter, where delicious oysters, seven kinds of vermouth, beautiful interior,…
The elegant building of the Estació de França station is a prime example of Spanish monumental architecture of the early 20th century and the most beautiful station in Barcelona. …
Charming Mudanzas bar, lost in the maze of narrow streets of the Born quarter, is perfect for a coffee break with a croissant, a lazy breakfast…
The legendary bodega in the Born quarter with very tasty and inexpensive homemade vermouth, an excellent selection of wine, cava champagne and tapas.…
Enjoy Vegan is a tiny cafe located in the Born district, on the charming square of San Augustin Viejo. Here they prepare exclusively vegan dishes without…
Born Eixample Esquerra Gotico
Natura is a wonderful chain of stores in Barcelona, where you will find a variety of home goods, various accessories, clothing and the most…
Guzzo is the new meeting point for Barcelona expats. Cafe & bar & restaurant & club & art gallery in one. Fashion…
Llamber is one of the trendiest gastro taverns in Barcelona, where sophisticated gourmets and foodies flock in droves, so even among…
In the heart of the Born quarter, a beautiful apartment for four people after a recent renovation. Two bedrooms, a cozy living room, a balcony overlooking a quiet pedestrian street. High ceilings, mosaic floors, antique Venetian frescoes on the walls, an ideal accommodation for lovers of discreet luxury and comfort.
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Bar is not enough to describe Collage, because it is much more than a typical Barcelona drinking establishment. Officially it is…
Born Eixample Esquerra (Left Eixample)
Catalan Miriam Ponsa sews her clothes in the same workshop near Barcelona where her great-grandmother worked at the end of the 19th century.…
No. 9 Cocktail Bar (Numero Nueve) is a fresh place that this season has become one of the trendiest drinking establishments …
Born Eixample Esquerra (Left Eixample)
If you like comfortable urban wear in neutral tones and androgynous style, layering of different fabrics, hoodies that don’t fit…
The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar is the most striking example of Catalan Gothic, distinguished by its purity and unity of style, which is not usually typical …
Barcelona’s MEAM Museum constantly renews its collection of European art from the 20th and 21st centuries. The main idea of the museum is…
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The Colombo Twins, owners of one of the best Italian restaurants in Barcelona, El Xemei, launched another…
This elegant restaurant is recognized by the people of Barcelona as the ideal place for a business lunch or a casual meeting with friends. Stylish people come to Kafka…
In the N.A.P pizzeria you will find the most authentic Neapolitan pizza, one of the most delicious in the city. People come here to eat longing for …
Born Eixample Esquerra (Left Eixample)
Veritas is a chain of supermarkets in Barcelona that offers exceptionally healthy and environmentally friendly products without chemical additives that are great…
If you combine a love of delicious beer and healthy vegetarian food, then this cozy bar in the center of Born will definitely win your heart. Ale&Hop has a large selection of draft and bottled craft beers, as well as a very tasty selection of exclusively vegetarian dishes and snacks.
All fans of the right coffee say in unison that Nømad Coffee Lab & Shop serves the best espresso…
Sweet lovers must visit this magical place, lost in the narrow lanes of the Born quarter. The best croissants in Barcelona are baked in the Hofmann Patisserie,…
When an old wine cellar in the heart of Born turned into a bar, it instantly became a second home for many. And all …
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Born (Born) Gotico (Gothic Quarter)
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One of the best terraces in Barcelona with gorgeous views and a fascinating atmosphere is located on the roof of the Grand Hotel Central on Via…
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The Picnic restaurant has become famous and loved by Barcelona’s trendy youth, not only because of the cosmopolitan design in the style of La Federal and Caravelle. Of course…
Born Sagrada Familia Sagrera Sants
If you want cheap seafood in bulk, La Paradeta restaurant is the perfect place. At the entrance there is a counter, as if you have entered the market, where there is an abundance of seafood and fish for every taste. You have to choose for yourself what exactly, in what quantity and form you want to see at your lunch or dinner.
This place just opened and was an instant hit. It is immediately clear that the owners are experts in their field and, in addition, are well versed in …
Hungry after a fascinating walk through the Barcelona Zoo and Ciutadella Park or after a tour of the Arc de Triomphe, be sure to stop by for a meal at the Japanese-Chinese Wok . ..
Le Swing Vintage, a cozy vintage shop in the Born district, offers completely unique clothes and accessories carefully preserved from past…
The great Pablo Picasso left behind a rich legacy, his masterpieces are kept in museums around the world. Picasso Museum in Barcelona…
Cozy apartment in the heart of the city, on the street where the Picasso Museum is located. The Born district is the most fashionable quarter of Barcelona where…
Ciutadella Park is, first of all, the Catalan symbol of freedom, but also one of the most beautiful and popular parks in…
Big Fish is an elegant and beautiful restaurant specializing in fish dishes and sushi. The interior of the institution is very pleasant, an abundance of white,…
This restaurant is located in Santa Caterina Market, the main market in the Born area.