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Entertainment
“Most anyone in Barcelona has a love-hate relationship to Les Rambles. It's something of a must. On the street you'll find some markets, kiosks and tons of restaurants that fill up with tourists - in the high season, you're unlikely to see many locals at all. Despite this, it's still the main drag through the city and full all year round.”
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Caffetteria
“In Spanish “granja” means farm, and in Barcelona a trip to Granja M. Viader means you’re in for a chocolate treat. At Granja M. Viader, guests can order up churros and melted chocolate, a classic Spanish treat. Granja M. Viader isn’t just a sweet shop. It’s also a historic site, dating back to the mid 1800s when it did in fact operate as a farm in Barcelona. If it’s a hot day and warm thick chocolate sounds too intense, try one of the milkshakes. They’re just as thick the melted chocolate but will still cool you off.”
  • Consigliato da 31 persone del luogo
Place to shop
“Famous central street runs from the north of the city to the sea. A lot of shops and restaurants.”
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Pub
“Though you may wait half an hour for a place to seat, this authentic Boqueria eating place has simple but well prepared dishes. The atmosphere is cool and we enjoyed our lunch very much. ”
  • Consigliato da 16 persone del luogo
Ristorante mediterraneo
“Si pasas por el Mercat de la Boqueria no te dejes atraer por las paradas Take Away, acércate un poco más a los sabores locales, siéntate en la barra de la Cafetería Pinotxo y pide un café con leche y un tradicional Xuxo. // If you pass by the Mercat de la Boqueria, don't stay only in front of the Take Away shops, get closer to the local flavours, sit down at the bar of the Pinotxo Cafeteria and order a café con leche and a traditional Xuxo.”
  • Consigliato da 15 persone del luogo
Ristorante spagnolo
“Another beautiful design by the Tragaluz group offering simple fare in a lively and cosy atmosphere: dainty pizzas, chili con carne, chicken wings, burgers and so on. ”
  • Consigliato da 6 persone del luogo

Caffetterie

Caffetteria
“In Spanish “granja” means farm, and in Barcelona a trip to Granja M. Viader means you’re in for a chocolate treat. At Granja M. Viader, guests can order up churros and melted chocolate, a classic Spanish treat. Granja M. Viader isn’t just a sweet shop. It’s also a historic site, dating back to the mid 1800s when it did in fact operate as a farm in Barcelona. If it’s a hot day and warm thick chocolate sounds too intense, try one of the milkshakes. They’re just as thick the melted chocolate but will still cool you off.”
  • Consigliato da 31 persone del luogo
Chiosco ambulante
“You must have a chocolate with cream, that we call "a Swiss", accompanied with "melindros" (sweet bread), typical of Barcelona. This café was established in 1947, it is very authentic and charming.”
  • Consigliato da 14 persone del luogo
Caffè
“It's a beautiful and delicious place for those who loves chocolate. The best in Barcelona!”
  • Consigliato da 15 persone del luogo
Store
“Original cafe dating back to last century serving hot chocolate drink & churros, amoungst other delights!”
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Caffè
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Caffè
Pub
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Gelateria

Panetterie

Negozio di dolci
“Best pastisserie at las Ramblas de Barcelona with changing menus of most delicious cakes.”
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Caffè
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