An Alternative Barcelona: Where The Tourists Do Not Come

Barcelona is one of the most tourist and visited cities around the world. Its streets are always full of people, regardless of season or time of year. It is the preferred destination for many tourists, famous for its good weather, delicious Mediterranean food and spectacular architecture, home to artists such as Gaudi. But Barcelona is much more than just a tourist town. Probably many of you already know their most famous streets and tourism, as well as nightclubs, restaurants and famous landmarks. But what about the other Barcelona? There is another city after this first layer: a different and amazing city that hosts a rich subculture. Art, music, cinema, cuisine and a world to discover! Other districts Let's start with an alternative route through the city. Everybody knows Ciutat Vella (Old Town), which includes the Gothic GTIC, Raval and El Borne, and forms the historical and monumental center of Barcelona.

But if we turn from the Born always teeming neighborhoods or GTIC and reached the neighborhood of Barceloneta, we will find what was once a small fishing village, located between the port and beaches. This is a neighborhood much more authentic and less crowded than the others. This area was built on a fully parallel template and narrow streets that give a certain air of Naples. The Barcelona is full of restaurants specializing in fish and shellfish. Poble Sec is a charming neighborhood located between El Raval and Montjuic. Despite its central location and bustling nightlife, this is a neighborhood away from the radar of tourists.

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