This district, an ancient village enclosed in Barcelona’s city centre is a favourite. Shops, retro and trendy boutiques, nice restaurants, bars and cafés, charming little squares… Take it easy & enjoy a sunny nap or a shady coffee.
Musicians, designers and artists of all sorts have made this Bohemian neighbourhood one the nicest in Barcelona. For those who are after the real Barcelona. Ideal location for longer stays.
Plaza del Sol, Rius i Taulet, new name Plaza Vila de Gracia, plaza de la Virreina with a very nice stone church : bars, restaurants, terraces.
Carrer Gran de Gracia : Belle Epoque buildings.
Cinéma Verdi : for cinema lovers. movies in original language.
Parc Güell : close to Gracia, a phantasmagoric park by Gaudi. You can get to the Parc Gûell. metro Yellow Line stop at Joanic then take the area minibus 116 carrer Escorial. It will drive you to the main entrance of the park.
Casa Vicens Carrer de les Carolines, 24 08012 Barcelona One of the first house built by Gaudi for the family of a rich merchant.
Festa Major : 8 days of fiesta, mid-August.
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