• The Eixample

    Barcelona's most famous neighborhood, this late-19th-century urban development is known for its dizzying unnumbered... Read More
  • La Ciutadella and Barceloneta

    Now Barcelona’s central downtown park, La Ciutadella was originally the site of a fortress built by the conquering... Read More
  • Born-Ribera

    The textile and waterfront neighborhoods are home to some of the city’s most iconic buildings, from the Gothic... Read More
  • Eixample

    Barcelona’s most famous neighborhood, this late 19th-century urban development is known for its dazzling Art Nouveau... Read More
  • Gracia

    Gràcia is a state of mind. More than a neighborhood, it is a village republic that has periodically risen in armed... Read More
  • La Rambla

    The promenade in the heart of pre-modern Barcelona was originally a watercourse, dry for most of the year, that... Read More
  • El Raval

    El Raval (from arrabal, meaning "suburb" or "slum") is the area to the west of La Rambla, on the right as you walk... Read More
  • Upper Barcelona

    Sarrià was originally a country village, overlooking Barcelona from the foothills of the Collserola. Eventually... Read More
  • Montjuic

    This hill overlooking the south side of the port is said to have originally been named Mont Juif for the Jewish... Read More
  • Barri Gotic

    No city in Europe has an ancient quarter to rival Barcelona’s Barri Gòtic in its historic atmosphere and the sheer... Read More