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Guide on Barcelona’s Hottest Clubs

Guide on Barcelona’s Hottest Clubs Barcelona-Home

If you have arrived in Barcelona, and you are wondering: which club am I going to dance tonight? Don’t worry, this guide on Barcelona hottest clubs is perfect for you! You must know that Barcelona’s nightlife is very amazing, and you will always ...

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Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, Barcelona

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Sarrià-Sant Gervasi Barcelona Sarrià-Sant Gervasi was further the last independent village to be annexed by Barcelona in 1921. Certainly, this might explain why Sarrià-Sant Gervasi neighbourhood still has this “village feel” to it, with charm and personality that can’t be found anywhere else in the ...

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Eixample, Barcelona

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Eixample, Barcelona You can’t visit Barcelona without spending time in Eixample! L’Eixample, which means “the extension” in Catalan; is the upper part of Barcelona city center. While Ciutat Vella is filled with small winding and narrow streets. Eixample neighbourhood is a perfect grid ...

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Esquerra de L’Eixample, Barcelona

Esquerra de L’Eixample, Barcelona Barcelona-Home

Esquerra de L’Eixample, Barcelona Esquerra de l’Eixample as a whole stretches right across the city centre and is a very popular neighborhood among both locals and visitors alike. L’Eixample, which means “the extension” in Catalan, is the upper part of Barcelona ...

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La Dreta de L’Eixample, Barcelona

La Dreta de L'Eixample, Barcelona Barcelona-Home

La Dreta de L’Eixample, Barcelona The district of l’Eixample is divided by the main shopping avenue of Passeig de Gracia. La Dreta de L’Eixample , located on the right side of the district, is considered to be a more upscale also containing the ...

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Les Corts, Barcelona

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Les Corts, Barcelona LES CORTS Barcelona is not as famous as some of the older districts in the city, but nonetheless still very exciting. However, th is also home to perhaps Barcelona’s biggest attraction, the massive football stadium: CAMP NOU. This 98,787 seater stadium ...

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Diagonal Mar in Sant Martín, Barcelona

Diagonal Mar in Sant Martín, Barcelona Barcelona-Home

Diagonal Mar in Sant Martín, Barcelona Diagonal Mar is a neighborhood in the district of Sant Martín that best represents Barcelona’s cosmopolitan modernity. The neighborhood is built around the last stretch of Avenida Diagonal. Find your accommodation now! History of ...

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The Gothic Quarter in Ciutat Vella

The Gothic Quarter in Ciutat Vella Barcelona-Home

The Gothic Quarter in Ciutat Vella The beautiful neighbourhood known as the Gothic Quarter used to be the Roman village and thus vividly has some remnants of its glorious past. Barcelona is a city that organically combines echoes of the ...

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Poblenou in Sant Martí, Barcelona

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Poblenou in Sant Martí, Barcelona Poblenou is a neighborhood in the district of Sant Martí along the beach, further up from Parc de la Ciutadella. It is a further historian region and is a lively area to walk through. The name ...

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El Raval in Ciutat Vella

El Raval in Ciutat Vella Barcelona-Home

El Raval in Ciutat Vella The term Raval derives from the Arabic word Rabad which means neighbourhood. Raval is part of the historic district of Ciutat Vella and is one of the two neighborhoods that border La Rambla. Its construction ...

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