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Once a downtrodden corner of downtown Barcelona, this gritty area has seen a cultural resurgence boasting an excellent nightlife and one of the most multi ethnic spots in the entire city. A sense of humble authenticity protrudes from the many independent record stores, second hand shops, and student bars that seem to light up the streets day and night. The rocking epicenter, the MACBA Plaça, is a modern day forum for bohemian youth, abuzz with the sights and sounds of late-night gatherings and talented skateboarders showing off their latest tricks.
Architectural Buildings, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Free First Sunday of the Month BUT Must Pre-book Online"
reviewed 5 days ago by Mairwen1
Our plans to see Gaudi’s first house, Palau Guell were thwarted because we went on one of the free Sundays but we didn't know to book ahead. Entry is free but you still need a ticket and the trick is to book in advance online. We turned up reasonably early but there is a limit on numbers and all of...
A must see attraction.
World heritage site.
Lots of Art Nouveau
We booked a guided tour on arrival.16 euro with a discount found in most tourists maps
Our Guide Pedro was very enthusiastic and explained in great detail the old hospital and history of the place.
Great stories of this great building and the life of the hospital.
I read some of the reviews on trip advisor and wanted to try ! It’s a lovely place with very good atmosphere and very friendly staff ! The food is excellent as well! I went there with my girlfriend! We totally enjoyed our dinner here!
It was great to be back again, just one night in Barlceona and we had to come back here. Sad to see it quieter than usual, but the quality and ambience is still amazing. We tried some new dishes on their summer menu and we were blown away.
"Excellent food and wonderful value, we will go back again soon"
reviewed yesterday by Tracey S
Fantastic value menu del dia, everything we had was delicious with large portions and beautifully presented. The waiter was charming and friendly. We ate ouside on the terrace due to Covid and bringing a dog, but the interior is also spotless. You can see into the kitchen....enough said! . The level of spice can be adjusted for Spanish or British...
We had planned on staying here this summer, but with the epidemic we were forced to cancel. Casa Camper was amazing to deal with and so gracious and helpful during such a difficult time for everyone. When we finally get to visit Barcelona, we will be staying at Casa Camper. I can't say enough about them. If you have the...
We chose this hotel for an extended weekend. It is completely in the center, so you can walk everywhere, or use a taxi. We chose the better category of the hotel and got an amazing room with a terrace, swimming pool and wonderful views. Unfortunately, the pool can no longer be used in November. The room was large and perfectly...
Small luxurious independent boutique type hotel on the middle of La Rambla. Impossible to get a better position for a sight seeing. Despite our room
facing directly onto La Rambla the room was VERY quiet and peaceful, there was no traffic noise. Friendly helpful service. Lovely rooftop terrace.
My husband loved staying at this hotel. The location and service from the staff was outstanding! Victor, Andres and Jonathan took care of all our needs and went above and beyond for us! We will return to this hotel on our next trip to Barcelona! Outstanding service from the team of staff.
Located in an amazing location, within minutes from the high street La Rambla, with number of coffee shops and restaurants around. The Hotel itself is very clean, eco friendly and of a great design/decoration where simplicity prevails. The stuff is very friendly,helpful and flexible with the check out time.