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A few steps away from Montjuïc Palace, you will find one of the most lively and attractive areas in Barcelona: Poble-Sec district. This used to be an extra muros area characterized by its marine spirit and the first expansion district of the city. As time went by, it became a space where multiculturality and local personality are present in every single street.
Our hotel is located in the centre of the district, in one of the most important streets of Barcelona: Paralelo Avenue. It is 1 km distance to Barcelona’s Port and a few steps away from the historical centre of the city: El Raval, Las Ramblas and Gothic district, as well as Montjuïc Park and Barcelona Congress Centre, two other obligatory visits. If you are looking for a hotel in Paralelo Avenue, we are the best option!
El Raval district is an area that has one of the strongest personality in Barcelona. Formerly known as “The Chinese District”, it has had an important historical influence on the city’s identity. Get lost into its streets and visit the MACBA (Contemporary Art Museum) and the CCCB (Contemporary Culture Centre).
La Barceloneta is a former fisherman area and current maritime zone that represents the best natural attraction in Barcelona. Its narrow streets and facades darkened by the salt from the sea host endless hotspots such as the Clock Tower and Miramar Lookout.
Our hotel located in Paralelo Avenue allows you to visit all the local musts, such as La Rambla, in the south-eastern corner of Plaza Cataluña, one of the most famous streets in Barcelona. Lively, creative and full of commercial services, this is probably the most touristic and famous artery in town. Do not miss the Canaletes Fountain and the street artists either! And there is nothing like a sea tour to end up!
Designed by Idelfons Cerdà, Sant Antoni market was Barcelona’s first big shop built outside its old walls. After more than one hundred years of history, it has preserved all its original life, charm and architecture.
La Boquería is one of the most famous markets in the world and a vital pillar of Barcelona. Modern and colourful, it has been the favourite scene of millions of street vendors, farmers and craftsmen.
Located a few steps away from Barcelona’s Cathedral, Santa Caterina market’s lustrous and waving architecture fills the streets with colours. Don’t miss its traditional products nor its sparkling restaurants. You will inexorably come back!
Located in the epicentre of Barcelona, Catalonia Square is the starting point of any tourist visit of the city. This link between the old town and the Eixample (expansion district) is the scene of numerous events, concerts and celebrations.
Surrounded by urban symbols such as Montjuïc Magic Fountain and the German Pavilion, Spain Square is one of the main communication hubs in the city. This entrance to Barcelona Congress Centre and to Montjuïc Palace is a real must: go and see, discover and enjoy it!
Located in the Gothic district, Sant Jaume Square hosts two of the most important building in the city: Barcelona City Hall and Generalitat Palace. This political centre and former Roman forum is one of the oldest squares in Barcelona.