Església de Sant Pau del Camp
The best example of Romanesque architecture in the city is the dainty little cloister of this church. Set in a somewhat dusty garden,...
Hiroshima is a creative, new trailblazer in Poble Sec. In a former elevator factory, Hiroshima stages emerging and avant-garde...
Palo Cortao has a solid reputation for its beautifully executed seafood and meat dishes, served at fair prices. Highlights include...
Carrer de Vila i Vilà 71 · interesting places nearby
Restaurant Elche information
With tables spreading over two floors, and old-world style in service and settings, this spot has been doing some of Barcelona's best paella (of various types) and fideuà (vaguely similar to paella, but made with vermicelli noodles) since 1959.