Where to stay?
Book an Airbnb in Gracia – This is where I lived a good portion of my time in Barcelona, A lot more safe, great boutiques and restaurants. and little town squares to grab a bite or vino Tinto before la siesta.
Elegant Gràcia is known for its 19th-century boulevards and pedestrian lanes lined with indie boutiques, galleries, and arthouse cinemas. Cool Catalan bistros and wine bars surround the landmark clock tower at Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia. Antoni Gaudí’s art nouveau architecture marks the area, from neo-Moorish mansion Casa Vicens to the fantastical, mosaic-covered estate at Parc Güell, on a hillside above the city.
Must Go's - Dinner
Stand up restaurant with unreal Tapas (best Tapas in Barcelona) and wine
House Cava & small sharing plates local atmosphere.
Syrian – “Best Shawarma in the World” -Guy we met in Morocco
One of my favourite restaurants, Italian Food close to the big Market. Friendly staff, great food and good vibes.
Menu del Dia 11.50 Euro Get greeted my the gentle owner at this family owned local lunch spot. Vegetarian and vegan restaurant. I always used to go before or after Alpha Link Crossfit.
Customized Salads and Organic food, herbal tea fountains to give you energy for a heavy walking day
Mexican Restaurant, Cash Only
Great spot for a Coffee and lunch/Brunch if you have work to do this is your spot super relaxed and comfortable to work.
In-house Coffee Roasters best craft Coffee in Barcelona
- Wine Bars
In Gracia, this little wine bar hid between streets will provide well priced un-believable Natural Wine.
In the heart of El Gotic, this is a must visit for the natural wine lover. Great food and great atmosphere.
Sharing Plates, Natural Wine A Must Go
Things to Do
Catch an FC barcelona Match
No drinking in the stadium, but experience where legends were made, check out Futballárium Barcelona a Football pub before the game
Tour the Beautiful Sagrada Familia
When God Meets Art
Get lost in the Gothic Quarter
Tour the Gaudi buildings
Workout at the outdoor gym or simply catch some rays at Barceloneta Beach
Looking for something to do on Saturday or Sunday afternoon? Palo Alto Market is the place to go! With a new concept brought to the sunny city of Barcelona, Palo Alto offers a complete fun day to spend with your friends. Some of the best street food restaurants reunite on these two days to show their unique flavors. But there is more! A street market, live music, workshops, and the Aperol Spritz Club are other things this amazing market brings us. You can’t miss this event!
Early entry price online 3,5 € and at the box office 4,5 €
How to get there?
By metro: Taking L4 and going down in Selva del Mar station
By car: Free parking in Ronda Litoral and in Carrer Llull with Diagonal.
By bus: H14, H16 N.BUS: 12, 29, 30
See the Arc de Triomf
The Gate to the city of Barcelona
The Carmel Bunkers
The 360º viewpoint of Barcelona