Start at Plaça de Francesc Macià, with a branch of El Corte Inglés, a quality department store that has ... More
Start at Plaça de Francesc Macià, with a branch of El Corte Inglés, a quality department store that has become a national institution. Just next door is Pedralbes Centre, an exclusive shopping mall with brand-name shops, shoe stores, jewelers, perfumeries and high-quality accessories, as well as shops such as Pepa Paper and Items d'Ho, which sell arts, crafts and plenty of great gifts. Further down stands L'Illa de Diagonal, a huge shopping mall with an entire floor dedicated to gastronomic delicacies. As well as numerous shops, the avant-garde building houses a hotel, offices and several restaurants; Moncho's seafood cocktails are a favorite amongst their business clients. Head down to Les Glòries roundabout for Centre de les Glòries, the largest in the city, popular with Barcelonans, who appreciate the wide range of goods and affordable prices, not to mention the free parking.
This quarter is located below Diagonal Avenue and above Sants. Long ago, it was an independent village like most of
the places, which have now become quarters in Barcelona. There are still some remains of the old village, for ...
Situated in a beautiful heritage building, right in the heart of Barcelona, the Alternative Creative Youth Home Hostel is the
perfect base from which to enjoy the city and make the most of its incredible opportunities. The hostel was ...
Built by the Terrades Muntañola brothers, this unique, transparent building houses the city's aquarium and has become a major tourist
attraction on the waterfront. The tanks hold the widest possible variety of marine life from all the world's seas. ...