Discover the modernist building that was the residence of Antoni Gaudí from 1906 to 1925.
The word on the street is that serves up the best ramen in the city.
During August, the neighborhood of Gracia celebrates its major festival, one of Barcelona’s most popular parties.
Catalonia’s first major work Gaudí.
Three discrete Modernist buildings behind a single and spectacular façade.
One of Gràcia's lovingly preserved treasures of Modernism.
One of the city’s last hold-outs for independent cinema, establishing itself as an iconic arthouse destination for film aficionados city-wide.
One of Barcelona’s oldest markets, the Llibertat Market was built in 1888.
Tortilla factory producing 100% Mexican corn tortillas.
The The Telegraph recently named it among the top 50 cafés… in the world!