El Poblenou Neighborhood Guide

Explore the trendy high tech neighborhood of El Poblenou. By the sea and with its own Rambla, El Poblenou boasts a variety of alluring cultural attractions.

Miss Van Mural at La Escocesa

La Escocesa

Above: Mural by Miss Van (Vanessa Alice Bensimon) La Escocesa is a self-managed creation space and meeting point for artists working in the visual arts. Launched in 1999, it offers artists affordable spaces and support in their professional development. Currently, there are 15 resident artists. It is situated in a former industrial complex in El … Read more

Pallars85 Coworking

Fully equipped shared desks in a renovated, very spacious and quiet office, full of natural light at the Poble Nou district. The space is located very close to Marina Street and the Ciudadela and Estación del Norte parks, and 3 minute walk to both Marina and Bogatell metro stations (L1 and L4). – Designer furniture … Read more

ATTA Coworking

ATTA is a new coworking space in the 22@ district of Poble Nou, a collaborative production and research center that grows and develops together like an ant colony. ATTA has an area for desks in a loft space, workshop spaces and digital manufacturing machines (CNC, Laser Cutters, 3D printers). Events, workshops and meetings take place with … Read more

Els Pescadors

Els Pescadors is located near the sea front in a charming square in the heart of Poblenou. Historically, Poblenou was a neighborhood inhabited by fishermen, peasants and factory workers. The restaurant is situated in an old tavern that dates back to 1848 and is surrounded by the white houses that once belonged to fishermen.

Sala Razzmatazz

Sala Razzmatazz

Razzmatazz, often referred to as “Razz” is an iconic nightclub and concert venue that was established in 2000. The club is located in the industrial landscape of Barcelona’s Poble Nou neighborhood. It’s name is said to be derived from the song of the same title by the British band Pulp.