El Raval

Photo by Luis Marina | Culturetrip

Even though in the past El Raval could be considered the “sketchy” area to avoid, it has been stepping up its’ game and has become a trendy cultural center. And yes, you might experience a bit more “raw” lifestyle than in the rest of Barcelona, but I suggest looking at it simply as a unique edgy vibe of the area, and it might surprise you. In a good way of course!

La Boqueria Plaza Apartments – in Barcelona’s Old City

La Boqueria Plaza Apartments

Situated just around the corner of La Boquerie Market, these apartments got their name thanks to their location. La Boqueria Market is the Mecca for all food lovers, a green jungle in the midst of the city centre. Boqueria dates back to 1217, when small tables were put next to the city's gates, selling meats. […]