La Sagrada Família
If you have time for only one sightseeing outing, this should be it. La Sagrada Família inspires awe by its sheer verticality, and in...
Constructed in 1901, Puig i Cadafalch’s Casa Macaya has a wonderful courtyard and features the typical playful, pseudo-Gothic...
Michael Collins Pub
To be sure of a little Catalan-Irish craic, this barn-sized and storming pub is just the ticket.
If you want to go Japanese in Barcelona, this is the place. The chef of this understated little izakaya (the Japanese version of a...
Carrer de l’Indústria 79 · interesting places nearby
Jordi Vilà, a culinary alchemist, serves up refined Catalan dishes with a twist in this elegant, white-walled locale well off the tourist trail. Dishes such as his arròs de nyora i safrà amb escamarlans de la costa (saffron and sweet-chilli rice with crayfish) earned Vilà his first Michelin star. He presents a series of set menus from €68 to €130.