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Monumento / lugar emblemático
“An architectural work of art by catalan genius architect Gaudí. An impressive palace open for visits. Just meters away from my flat.”
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Bar
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“Very nice place to have drinks at Plaça Reial. It has a chic ambiance. It is next to Jazz-alternative club Jamboree.”
  • Recomendado por 90 personas locales
Night Club
“Even though it's been around since before the Beatles broke up, Jamboree is still the place in Barcelona where you can see the best jazz concerts in the city, as well as dance to the best of hip hop and R&B. Don't miss Thursday nights to educate your ears with the most current hits of the scene thanks to the BCN Or Die sessions with Flavio Rodríguez. Weekends mean obligatory visits to services with DJ Yoda, one of the biggest there are when it comes to urban sounds. Oh, and sneakers and caps are not only allowed but they're practically mandatory.”
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Landmark
“Plaça Reial is a square in the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It lies next to La Rambla and is a well-known tourist attraction, especially at night.”
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Restaurante de cocina mediterránea
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“Im local & its my favourite place for Catalan Cuisine bcz they cook fresh Paellas & Tapas”
  • Recomendado por 54 personas locales
Lodging
“Great tapas - restaurant and club to have good cocktails. Amazing interiosrism and cool people all located in Barcelona's wonderful Plaza Real. ”
  • Recomendado por 77 personas locales
Plaza
“Beautiful square in the gothic quarter, surrounded by great Restaurants like Les Quinze Nits, Rossini, La Crema Canela, Ocaña, Artisa Cafe. Clubs Sidecar, Jamboree, Rey de Copas, Cafe Royale....”
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Restaurante de comida española
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“Mediterranean cuisine, exclusive care in locations and design and an excellent value for money ”
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Foro musical
“Also in Plaça Reial, Sidecar hosts rock concerts with bands that are more underground than the metro in its bare-bricked, barrel-vaulted basement. Plus, every day of the week you can drop in for some of the best DJs in the city playing rock and all its offshoots. Sidecar is that great spot to end up after a night roaming the town that ends in search of a party. You go out on a Tuesday. You drink seven G&Ts and smoked oregano in Plaça Reial. You need a place to dance with good music and a strong personality: Sidecar it is. The night ends with a stranger full of piercings and a tattoo in a place not many will see that reads, 'The best night of my life'.”
  • Recomendado por 24 personas locales
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Hotel
“La Rambla is a street in central Barcelona, popular with tourists and locals alike. A tree-lined pedestrian mall, it stretches for 1.2 kilometres (0.75 mi) connecting Plaça de Catalunya in the centre with the Christopher Columbus Monument at Port Vell. La Rambla forms the boundary between the quarters of Barri Gòtic, to the east, and El Raval, to the west.[1][2] La Rambla can be crowded, especially during the height of the tourist season. Its popularity with tourists has affected the character of the street, with a move to pavement cafes and souvenir kiosks. It has also suffered from the attention of pickpockets and, especially towards its southern end, sex workers.[2] The Spanish poet Federico García Lorca once said that La Rambla was "the only street in the world which I wish would never end”
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Bar de rock
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“Right around the corner, this bar is named after Nirvana's famous album. Skateboards, rock and grunge. Quarter pipes are set up for seating. Spray-paint and graffiti. Free popcorn with your drinks.”
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Restaurante de comida española
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“An oasis of luxury and modern design in the historical neighbourhood. Colourful tiles and ultramodern decorations, a well-executed fusion of modernity and elegance.”
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Country Dance Club
“THE TOP 6 PLACES TO WATCH FLAMENCO IN BARCLEONA Originating in the folklore of Southern Spain, around the province of Andalucia, the flamenco art form is believed to have emerged among the gitanos (local traveller groups) in the 18th century. Today, flamenco is recognised as a Masterpiece of Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO and is one of the most iconic expressions of Spanish culture. While flamenco may not be native to the province of Catalunya, there are a number of prestigious tables (the name for a place where flamenco is performed) across the city for travellers to check out, start off with our selection of the 6 best places to watch flamenco dancing in Barcelona. Los Tarantos First opened in 1963 on the iconic Plaça Reial in the heart of the Gothic Quarter, Los Tarantos is one of the oldest flamenco venues in Barcelona, today owned by the popular group Mas i Mas (who also own the famous Moog nightclub and Jamboree jazz club). Having undergone large scale reforms in the eighties and nineties, the venue has a modern feel in keeping with the spirit of the city and forms an integral part of the cultural and nightlife scene around the square. While Los Tarantos may not have the authentic décor and feel of other tablaos in the city, the emphasis is first and foremost on the music and dance as live performances. Los Tarantos, Plaça Reial, 17, Barcelona Tablao Flamenco Cordobés Located on the famous La Rambla boulevard, the Tablao Flamenco Cordobes is one of the most popular and highly regarded tablaos in Barcelona. Open since the 1970s, the venue pioneered the flamenco art form in Barcelona long before the city became the popular tourist destination it is today. Proud of its authentic setting, with a cave-like hall where artists perform without microphones or other modern sophistications, the sound of the flamenco is pure and unadulterated. Throughout the years the Tablao Cordobes has welcomed some of the most famous flamenco artists of the time and there are regular performance by artists from across the country. Tablao Flamenco Cordobes, La Rambla, 35, Barcelona Tablao de Carmen This popular venue is located in the heart of one of Barcelona’s most curious landmarks, the Poble Espanyol – a large-scale model village or ‘architectural museum’ built for the 1929 Universal Exhibition. The Tablao de Carmen offers an experience akin to that of an authentic village celebration, as guests gather around large tables for a feast of tapas while the flamenco performers take to the stage just in front of them. Named after one of the most revered flamenco dancers in history, Carmen Amaya, the venue is set on two levels, both giving clear visibility of the stage as well as boasting a charming outside patio that also offers spectacular live music, live dancing and the perfect atmosphere for drinks and dinner. Tablao de Carmen, Av. de Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13, Barcelona The Palau de la Música Not exclusively a flamenco venue, the Palau de la Música is one of the most important and prestigious performance halls in Barcelona that regularly hosts some of the most well-regarded flamenco artists. Each season there are a number of flamenco shows by famous artists from across the country as well as the popular Gran Gala Flamenc involving a progressive move through the different palos (the different types of rhythm) of flamenco. Considered by some to be one of the most beautiful music venues in the world, the Palau de la Música offers an altogether unique flamenco experience. Palau de la Música Catalana, C/ Palau de la Música, 4-6, Barcelona The Palacio del Flamenco Located in the Eixample district, the Palacio del Flamenco is a popular music venue which has been on the scene since the 1920s. Set out like a theatre with a central elevated stage surrounded by three levels of seating, it is equipped with screens and speakers for those further away from the stage. With a total capacity of 380 people, it is the largest flamenco venue in Barcelona and is open every day of the year. While it may not have the intimate feel of some of the smaller venues, it offers a lively atmosphere and fun, friendly service. El Palacio del Flamenco, Carrer de Balmes, 139, Barcelona Robadors 23 Not your typical music venue, Robadors 23 is tucked away on one of the backstreets of the Raval and if you didn’t know any better you would be forgiven for walking past it without giving it a second thought. Named after the street it’s located on – which means ‘thief street’ in Catalan, a hint at the former reputation of the area – this small music bar hosts regular flamenco performances at weekends. What it lacks in grandeur it makes up for in atmosphere: the intimate venue, the eager crowds, the relaxed atmosphere, all are reminiscient of the kind of place where flamenco would originally have been performed. The crowd is a mixture of mostly young, music-loving locals and travellers looking for that off-the-beaten-track experience. Robadors 23, Carrer d’En Robador, 23, Barcelona”
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Bar
“Small bar with a boudoir touch, specialized in fresh fruits cocktails, young and international crowd and very decent prices. ”
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Restaurante
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“If you want to enjoy the popular Flamenco dancing it is a nice place to eat and drink while you enjoy the Spanish artistic dance.”
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