Font de Canaletes
The section of La Rambla north of Plaça de Catalunya is named after the Font de Canaletes, an inconspicuous turn-of-the-20th-century...
Via Sepulcral Romana
Along Carrer de la Canuda, a block east of the top end of La Rambla, is a sunken garden where a series of Roman tombs lies exposed. A...
Església de Betlem
Just north of Carrer del Carme, this church was constructed in baroque style for the Jesuits in the late 17th and early 18th centuries...
This historic cultural centre (with roots dating back 150 years) hosts a range of high-brow fare, from classical recitals to film...
It doesn’t have the atmosphere of the cafe of the same name that once occupied this prime spot, but not even the hardest of hearts can...
Lonely Planet review
One of the city’s oldest cocktail bars, Boadas is famed for its daiquiris. Bow-tied waiters have been serving up unique drinkable creations since Miguel Boadas opened it in 1933, in fact Miró and Hemingway both drank here. Miguel was born in Havana, where he was the first barman at the immortal La Floridita.