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Full of Iconic locations, cosy bars and adventurous clubs. Gothic shows the ancient architecture of Barcelona with the social excitement of the 21st century. 5 minutes away from the Marina, 10 minutes away from the beach and 20 minutes walk away from the mountains!
Although every corner of the city has something particular that makes us completely in love with it, if there is one that has stolen every piece of our heart is the Gothic Quarter ... Why? You just have to keep reading... You won't need any more explanations: The Cathedral of Santa Creu i Santa Eulàlia, which is dedicated to the patron saint of Barcelona It has been catalogued as an Asset of Cultural Interest and has been a National Historic and Artistic Monument since 1929. Inside, there is a Gothic cloister in which 13 white geese live (as a symbol of the age Santa Eulàlia had when she was crucified). Any of the streets in the Old Town is a must. The Plaza Real of Barcelona, which is connected on one hand with Las Ramblas and what has been the protagonist of several films, such as The Perfume, which kept the real aspect of the square.barrio gotico The Call (La Judería), in which an old synagogue was discovered and restored and is now open to the public. Plaça del Pi: the best day of the week to visit it is the Saturday, as there is usually a craft fair where you can find things you cannot resist. Walk through the Angel's Portal to satisfy any culinary craving or to buy any garment to be on the cutting edge. The Palacio Berenguer de Aguilar, which is the current Picasso Museum and has a collection of more than 4,200 works by the Malaga painter and is considered the most complete collection in the world of works from his youth. The Palace has been declared a museum of national interest by the Generalitat de Catalunya. Mirador del Reig Martí: it has wonderful views of the city and connects the Palau Reial with the Palua Lloctinent. Carrer de Petritxol: we advise you not to walk along it if you are on a diet, as it is full of artisan farms (chocolate shops). There are also many antique shops and art galleries. San Felipe Neri Church: during the Civil War it suffered a bombing of which only the façade and part of the structure of the church remained standing.
Although every corner of the city has something particular that makes us completely in love with it, if there is one that has stolen every piece of our heart is the Gothic Quarter ... Why? You just have to keep reading... You won't need any more explanations: The Cathedral of Santa Creu i Santa E…
Not only is it possible to sit in a cozy cafe or go shopping, but it is also a free open-air Museum: every building from the XIV-XV centuries is worthy of attention.