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Warm family farmhouse with country decorations serving Catalan cuisine and grilled meats.
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Vibrating area with lots of nice places (terraces!) to eat or just to have a drink. Younger people visiting it but not the usual younger tourists looking for the fast and easy fun. Rather laid back ambient, with some non nonsense style. Centre point: Sant Antoni Market building. Restaurants: Carrer…
Sant Antoni is the new hipster area in the city, with cozy cafes, contemporary restaurants and new trendy gay bar & night clubs. In addition, the local market building has been recently renovated, and a visit is a must experience not to be missed.
Sant Antoni is one of the coolest neighborhoods in Barcelona. Located next to Raval -which is the most multicultural area of the city- and only at a 15 minutes walking distance from the city center -Plaza Catalunya and la Rambla-. Sant Antoni is a combination between a traditional neighborhood…
This place is very close to Plaza Catalunya but due to the magnific market Mercado de Sant Antoni which it has been recently renewed is now on fashion and is full of restaurants and pubs
Lively during the day, quiet during the night, Sant Antoni is a neighbourhood that screams "local": local restaurants, local bars, local shops... You'll find in here the Barcelona that wakes up every morning, goes to work, picks up their children from school and buys groceries for dinner. The…