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Klädbutik
“The most important street for shopping in the historic with its continuation in Portaferrissa street.”
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Allmän underhållning
“Are you into classic music, ballet, opera? One of Europe's most important Opera theatres since it was open in 1852. There are guided tours to see the foyer, the beautiful antique Mirror Saloon, and also backstage. Waling distance from my flat.”
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Konstmuseum
“Located in an old modernist factory designed by Puig i Cadafalch, CaixaForum has become one of the most dynamic, active and lively cultural centers of the city of Barcelona. The visit to the building, jewel of the industrial heritage of Barcelona, exhibitions dedicated to artists such as Dalí, Rodin, Freud, Turner, Fragonard, Hogarth or Cartier-Bresson, etc ...”
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Trädgård
“This is a hidden gem that not that many tourists know about! One of my favorite places in Barcelona :) Good for peace and quiet and free or small fee on Sundays!”
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Torg
“Plaça Reial is a square in the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It lies next to La Rambla and is a well-known tourist attraction, especially at night.”
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Park
“This city district was developed for the 1929 International Exhibition and features several high-profile museums including the National Museum of Catalan Art, the Museum of Archaeology and the Ethnology Museum. Of those the art museum is particularly recommended, and the views of the city from its steps are stunning. Below this, and also built for the exhibition was the Magic Fountain, which puts on light and music shows ever half-hour on the weekends. This is best seen at night of course. At the very top of the hill is the 17th-century fortress, which saw action in the Catalan Revolt in the 1600s as well as during the Civil War in the late-1930s, after which it was a prison.”
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Bryggeri
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“ Moritz is a trendy restaurant, beer factory, shop, wine store and cafe place.”
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Cultural Center
“For its modern expositions and its legendary skate spot with the top wolrld' s skaters praticing every day”
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Point of Interest
“The Columbus Monument, stands at the end of Barcelona's Rambla, near the sea. Take the lift inside the column to the viewing gallery at the top, 60 metres above the ground. This major landmark on the Rambla was built in 1888 for the Universal Exhibition as a tribute to Christopher Columbus, who chose to disembark in the port of Barcelona on his return from America. Inside, a lift raises the 51mts high of the column, made of cast iron and Corinthian style, to the viewing gallery. If you look north, you'll be able to make out the Gothic Quarter, the Cathedral, Santa Maria del Mar and the bustling Rambla. If you look towards the sea, to the east, following the coastline, you will be able to see the Olympic Marina and the modern Forum. To the south, stands Montjuïc Hill, with its castle at the top and, finally, if you look west, you'll see Collserola Natural Park, the vast green lung surrounding the city of Barcelona. And in its top, dominating the sky of Barcelona, the statue of Christopher Columbus holding a navigational chart in his left hand, and pointing to the route to America with his right.”
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Point of Interest
“Popular market. It was designed by Fermin Väzquez and is without doubt one of the most impressive modern market buildings in Europe. You can find a mixture of junk shop, antiques fair, jumble sale and old school market all rolled into one, econd hand books, ornaments, cameras, furniture and clothes, there are also stalls selling new clothes, furniture, decorative items, toois, hardware and electronics. ”
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Kafé
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“Perfect for breakfast and brunch with a great variety of menu. Informal and fun service.”
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Tapas-restaurang
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“One of the most famous chefs of Barcelona, presenting exotic dish in one of his restaurants ”
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Bar
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“Ready for one of the most famous hot dog/sandwiches restaurants in Barcelona? Be ready to shout your order because it's always full ..but you won't be dissapointed, all the opposite.. you will want more and more. ”
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Vegetarisk / Vegansk restaurang
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“Creative, healthy and delicious food. 80% of the menu is plant-based. Book or ask for a table at the terrace for an even better experience.”
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Tapas-restaurang
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“Open since 1914, Quimet & Quimet is one of the most famous tapas bar in Barcelona. At Quimet & Quimet you will find a large assortment of bottles (more than 500 wine references) that occupies the walls of this bar. Montaditos and Tapas are prepared on the bar with cans of canned food and other top quality products. They are specialists in cockles, razors, sardines, mojama, clams, tuna belly, anchovies, anchovies ... Carrer del Poeta Cabanyes, 25, 08004 Barcelona”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“Barcelona's Casa Vicens (1883-1885), declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2005, a unique oasis of calm with an Oriental and Moorish flavour, stands in the peaceful neighbourhood of Gràcia. The building is covered with spectacular green and white tiles. It was built by a young Gaudí as a summer home commissioned by Manel Vicens y Montaner (1836-1895), a stock market dealer and broker. It is the first of Gaudí's works in Barcelona in which he was able to display the full range of his talents. He created an innovative and original project that broke completely with the style of anything else built in Catalonia up to that point. Casa Vicens is one of the first examples of an aesthetic renewal in art and architecture that took place in Europe at the end of the 19th century. It marks the beginning of Gaudí's artistic career and is considered to be one of the first masterpieces of Modernism. The most important source of inspiration in all Gaudí's work is the world of nature, and Casa Vicens is one of the first examples, given that it represents and incorporates a variety of natural elements into the overall design. Particularly striking is the cast iron gate at the entrance to the estate, which features representations of palm tree leaves and then the carnations that Gaudí adapts as an ornamental feature for the ceramic tiles of the facade. This reference to natural elements is not only present on the outside of the house but also, by integrating different decorative arts - ironwork, painting, ceramics, carpentry, mural decoration, etc. - Gaudí succeeds in having nature penetrate the inside of the house, thereby creating continuity between the exterior and interior space. If you look beyond the decoration you'll see the historicist Mudejar style as well as the forms which are Indian and Japanese in inspiration. Gaudí paid particular attention to the corners of the building, which were ridged in order to avoid the austere appearance of classical architecture. This orientalised exoticism was greeted with enthusiasm by the elite classes at the time in Barcelona. This is why it should come as no surprise that Gaudí's first building gained a much more enthusiastic reception than his later landmarks buildings, such as " La Pedrera". Casa Vicens opens as a House Museum and proposes a rigorous visit that is also attractive for all audiences, which includes a permanent exhibition and a tour through the original rooms of Gaudí, carefully preserved and restored.”
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