This old fisherman's quarter is by the beach, to the east of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera neighborhood. It was ... More
This old fisherman's quarter is by the beach, to the east of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera neighborhood. It was built in the mid-17th Century with straight, narrow streets, and it still retains the village atmosphere. During summers, beach lovers throng to this place. Due to its characteristic charm and the plethora of fish restaurants, this place is worth a visit. The Sant Joan festivities are celebrated with fervor here on June 23, with bonfires, traditional dances, and spectacular firework displays until dawn.
Catalonia's regional government and the building where its members sit are both called the Generalitat. When visiting the building, there
are two ways in: the 1403 Renaissance entrance in Plaça Sant Jaume , and Pere Joan's 1418 Gothic style ...
A great place for a stroll away from all the traffic, this is one of the city's most popular parks,
located where Felipe V's ciutadella (military citadel) was; a place used to repress Catalan nationalism during his reign. In ...
This part of Las Ramblas, which goes from Carrer Carme to Carrer Hospital, is also known as La Rambla de
les Flors (the Rambla of flowers) because of its profusion of floral kiosks. The tradition of these little stands ...