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Barcelona’s El Born. A Small Guide of Wanderlust

The district of El Born is a staple of bohemian lifestyle, culture and history in Barcelona. And we are here to try its bars and restaurants, to visit its art galleries and local crafts and create a lifestyle route. The Taste of El Born.

Montcada, the Gothic Street of El Born

Montcada street is home to notorious Museu Picasso but not only: it is a beautiful collection of Gothic palaces hosting … Continue Reading Montcada, the Gothic Street of El Born

Ozz

Several streets of El Born form a kind of a designers’ area, where you can find clothing, art and design … Continue Reading Ozz

El Born, Eau de Parfum

The district that inspired a perfume wearing its name, El Born is a maze of narrow cobbled streets filled with local … Continue Reading El Born, Eau de Parfum

Etnia Barcelona

A store that looks like a luxury Modernista space filled with unique vintage items, art books and trendy eyewear? Yes, … Continue Reading Etnia Barcelona

Meet the Artisans

El Born has a six-centuries-long-established tradition of craftsmanship and its spirit of creating unique pieces of fashion, jewellery, bags or … Continue Reading Meet the Artisans

De pintxos

They go for brunch, for a bite in the afternoon, for dinner, for a late night snack and for any … Continue Reading De pintxos

Trying Cocina de Mercado at Santa Caterina

Given that here, in Barcelona, the food markets, providing local fresh ingredients, play a huge role in the history of … Continue Reading Trying Cocina de Mercado at Santa Caterina

El Born Center

A former food market with a spectacular structure. With a restaurant to taste historical Catalan dishes. And with an archaeological … Continue Reading El Born Center

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