Gothic Quarter Guide

The labyrinthine Gothic Quarter lies at the heart of Barcelona, with many layers of history going back to the Roman town of Barcino. The neighborhood draws its name from its Gothic architecture, a style that flourished in Europe during the late Middle Ages from the 12th-16th centuries, often seen in cathedrals and churches.

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Sant Antoni Guide

Sant Antoni is part of the Eixample district of Barcelona, bordered by El Raval and El Poble Sec. It is most famous for its historic market and for being home to many of the best restaurants in the city.

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El Born Guide

El Born is part of the Ciutat Vella (old city) of Barcelona and sits within a larger district officially called Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera.

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Barcelona Art Gallery Guide

Since Galeria Joan Prats gallery opened in 1976, it has been among the leading galleries in Barcelona in showing international contemporary artists.

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