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Don39t Get Stuck In A Tourist Trap In Barcelona39s Gothic Quarter

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Gothic Quarter: You'll be wandering around the Gothic Quarter without even realising you're in the Gothic Quarter! Beautiful architecture, winding streets, ...

The Gothic quarter has marvellous architecture, which harmonises with other styles. There is also an abundance of shops

The Gothic Quarter can be intimidating with its narrow, maze-like streets and tourist traps! Use our guide on where to eat in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter!

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Ultimate Local Guide to Barcelona

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It certainly can't be missed, sticking into the ocean like a fin. The location is great, a short stroll away from Port Vell and the gothic quarter or there ...

The tour finished at a spot called 'El Born Centre de Cultura i Memòria' and then we drove through the beautiful streets of Barcelona towards the beach.

Barcelona is the capital of the Autonomous Community of Catalonia. Local people speak Catalan primarily, although they also speak Spanish.

The district includes the original Roman wall but most of it is made up of 19th and 20th Century architecture. It's a beautiful maze of narrow streets, ...

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Neighborhoods, Historic Walking Areas

Passieg Le Gracia: A long street with all the best shops. At one end you've got the main square and La Rambla and at the other end you've got Gaudi's houses ...

Prague Wenceslas Square, Strip Clubs

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Not a tourist trap in the sense of buying things, but definitely a tourist trap in the sense it gets overrun by tourists wanting to kiss the ...

You can find good tapas and terrific Sangria here, but too many people get sucked into tourist traps on Las Ramblas where the paella is frozen and the ...

It's been a tourist trap for about 4000 years. People have been going to see the temples there atlea that long, and they have the tourist trap thing down to ...

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Afterwards, we decided to take a hop on the metro to the Gothic quarter

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The tour finished at a spot called 'El Born Centre de Cultura i Memòria' and then we drove through the beautiful streets of Barcelona towards the beach.

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It fell out of fashion 50 years ago but is now making a remarkable comeback and vermuterías are some of the city's trendiest drinking spot.

Barcelona Cathedral at night

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6 historic Barcelona attractions families will love

Back in the centre of town, The Museu Picasso can be found in the Gothic Quarter – just be sure to book well in advance as unfailingly it sells out.

We spent our days exploring the gothic quarter, eating all the tapas and wandering around the beach. Read about the best things to do in Barcelona to find ...

The district includes the original Roman wall but most of it is made up of 19th and 20th Century architecture. It's a beautiful maze of narrow streets, ...

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Barcelona with kids?

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Why I won't be going back to Barcelona

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Barcelona's famous unfinished cathedral (above) is a tourism hotspot and one that could eventually

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The Sagrada Família church by Antoní Gaudí is perhaps the most known landmark of Barcelona

I thoroughly enjoyed the promiscuous mingling of high brow building uses like the city museum housed in the old principality palace…

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It's crowded and touristy but no visit to Barcelona is complete without a walk on La Rambla. You can also pay a visit to La Boqueria, the famous street ...

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Afterwards, we decided to take a hop on the metro to the Gothic quarter

Afterwards, we decided to take a hop on the metro to the Gothic quarter

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Back in the narrow streets, the perception is considerably more tranquil, oftentime downright peaceful.

Barcelona's Sagrada Familia, looking across the lake in Placa de Gaudi gardens

Stephansplatz is one of Go Ahead, Be A Tourist.

Hospital de Sant Pau

In the summer, the narrow alleys offer some welcome respite from the heat and we enjoyed just wandering through, getting lost in the winding maze.

Torre Agbar and the Design museum