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All reviews designer shops window shopping high end shopping beautiful street great shopping wide street expensive shops rodeo drive louis vuitton gaudi buildings casa amatller nice walk both sides tapas lots of shops great architecture stroll
From the travel books, etc. I expected the architecture to be a little more cool and expansive. But I was happy to see it and it is easy to visit just on your way somewhere else. If you are seeing the Gaudi sites and Casa...More
Just a brisk 12 minutes walk north on Las Ramblas and you’ve arrived to a great upscale residential and shopping area. It’s great to get away from the tourist Gothic Quarters to enjoy a different vibe. Very chic and beautiful area and people. Love the...More
This important road is a central location for the tourist atractions. It is popular but not crowded, it has activity but not overwellming, it has very nice stores, restaurants, hotels and is in closed proximity to everything.
This boulevard is a virtual cornucopia of excellent architecture from many styles and schools of thought. It is well worth a 30 minute stroll on each side of the street - in order to fully appreciate what is on the opposite side of the street!
Perhaps I was craving some retail Theraphy, perhaps I was sick of small corners and streets. This street is wide and clean. Lots of little cafes and restaurants. Best of all home to major brands, from ridiculously expensive to affordable brands.
I spent too much...More
If you use this Street for the start of your day, you should be able to locate everything from it. Many major Street intersect it, it is always easy to get back to. It is a great Street to locate yourself as far as a...More
Apart from a couple of Gaudi buildings Paseo de Gracia could be anywhere else in the world as a city centre high street.
The same shops can be found on London's Oxford Street, Champs Elysées in Paris, 5th Avenue in NYC etc.
Nothing special and...More
Our hotel was located on the Passeig de Gracia, and afforded us a convenient and central location for exploring some of the main historical buildings in Barcelona. The Gracia is the main upscale shopping street in Barcelona.
i absolutely enjoyed this street, it is by far my favourite in Barcelona. here you will find all the best stores. the pavements are wide and airy and feels safe. lots of nice bars and restaurants to get food as well. no doubt this is...More
Passing through the glorious Plaça Catalunya, you enter the newer city district of Eixample, literally translated as “extension,” which immediately becomes recognisable by its more spacious streets and elegant atmosphere. The main artery of this sizable district, Passeig de Gracia, is lined with high-end international designer stores. Not to be outdone, the glitz and glamour of this zone is perhaps best
exemplified by the comfortable and lavish five-star hotels that flank the divine and modernistic buildings from some of the world’s most recognised architects such as Gaudi and Montaner.
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Hi La Gamba 1 has a great variable menu, the serve fast, seem very clean and organized remember this is a tourist location it's probably packed for dinner, prices are good for location. My paella was very good i order for... More
Hi La Gamba 1 has a great variable menu, the serve fast, seem very clean and organized remember this is a tourist location it's probably packed for dinner, prices are good for location. My paella was very good i order for two but it was a 3 people pan, awesome. Enjoy recommend it.
Sorry, don't know for sure, but my experience of Spain and public holidays is that the larger shops in tourist cities stay open but the smaller ones close. But Hispanic Day in Barcelona right now who knows what they will do... More
Sorry, don't know for sure, but my experience of Spain and public holidays is that the larger shops in tourist cities stay open but the smaller ones close. But Hispanic Day in Barcelona right now who knows what they will do. Good luck!