Passadís Del Pep
Casa Llotja de Mar
The centrepiece of the city’s medieval stock exchange (more affectionately known as La Llotja) is the fine Gothic Saló de Contractacions...
El Fossar de les Moreres
Opposite Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar's eastern flank, an eternal flame burns brightly over an apparently anonymous sunken square....
Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar
At the southwest end of Passeig del Born stands the apse of Barcelona’s finest Catalan Gothic church, Santa Maria del Mar (Our Lady of...
La Vinya del Senyor
Relax on the terrassa, which lies in the shadow of the Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar, or crowd inside at the tiny bar. The wine list...
Carles Mampel is a wizard of desserts. It is difficult to walk by his pastry shop (and adjacent tapas bar) without being sucked in to...
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There’s no sign, but locals know where to head for a seafood feast. They say the restaurant’s raw materials are delivered daily from fishing ports along the Catalan coast. There's no menu – what’s on offer depends on what the sea has surrendered that day – but you can count on fresh seafood and/or fish, jamón (cured ham), tomato bread and grilled vegetables.
Just head down the long, ill-lit corridor and entrust yourself to its care.