Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Barcelona
Barri Gotic charms architecture lovers with structure from 13th and 15th century. Visit the medieval palace of the Plaça del Rei where Columbus got a rousing welcome after returning from his exploration trip.
The neighborhood of El Raval is famed for its multiculturalism in all of Europe. A walk along its boulevards will let you explore dried cod and local wine being sold by Pakistani and South American immigrants.
Passeig del Moll de la Fusta is a popular waterfront walkway that buzzes with people and activities throughout the year. Scale the Columbus Monument in Plaça Portal de la Pau to see the real beauty of this place.
Offering a village-like atmosphere, the neighborhood of Gracia is filled with many industrial and artisan workshops. Take a stroll along the streets for a slice of genuine barri life.
One of the elite neighborhoods in Barcelona, Pedralbes proudly features the 14th-century Monestir de Pedralbes, an excellent gothic church.