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The Old Town of Barcelona (Ciutat Vella) is the oldest district and historical center of Barcelona, comprising 4 subdistricts and located between the Mediterranean Sea and the Eixample district.


El Raval district is a subdistrict that is part of the Old City of Barcelona.

Raval is characterized by narrow streets along which historical and modern buildings, monasteries, a palace, museums and theaters, a market and an observation deck.


The Church of St. Mary (Santa Maria de Montalegre) is a church in the old city of Barcelona, which is part of the architectural ensemble of the House of Mercy (Casa de la Caritat / Casa de la Caritat), where the cultural complex is now located.


Sant Pau del Camp is a former Benedictine monastery, which is one of the ancient churches, as well as a masterpiece of preserved Romanesque architecture in Barcelona.

Translated means "Saint Paul in the countryside" or "in the fields".


The Guell Palace is a mansion in Barcelona, which was one of the first works by Antonio Gaudi, built for Eusebi Guell.

The palace works as a museum; its interior and roof can be visited.


The Hospital of the Holy Cross (Hospital de la Santa Creu) is a historic complex with a courtyard with a garden, which now houses a public library, a theater and an artists' space in the chapel.


Barcelona and Girona, two different cities, located at a distance of around 100 kilometers from each other.

However, if you want to visit is Barcelona, fly into Girona, and Vice versa - fly to Barcelona, and then travel to Girona.


Street Laietana, may be known as Laietana - a wide street located in the Old city of Barcelona between the Gothic quarter and sub-area of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera.

Street Laietana known primarily buildings of art Nouveau, Catalan features, art Deco and Neoclassicism.


San Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera district, a part of Barcelona's Old town and educated, in turn, three small historical similar neighborhoods.


The Gothic quarter or Barri Gotic is a popular area, part of Barcelona's Old town and is a center.

The Gothic quarter covers the oldest part of Barcelona and includes the remains of the Roman walls, the famous medieval sights and churches, squares and museums.


The area of Saint James or Sant Jaume is a rectangular square located in the heart of the Gothic quarter of Barcelona.

The area has great historical value, although it was built in the early 19th century when was built a new main facade of the city hall and the former Church of Sant Jaume (from which the area received its name) were demolished.


The Church of Santa Maria del PI or St. Mary's Gothic Church of 14th century, located in the Gothic quarter of Barcelona's Old town.

In the Basilica there is the opportunity to visit the Museum premises, including the Treasury of the Basilica and the crypt, the garden and the bell tower with views of the city.


Plaza del Rei, means "square of the King" is a monumental medieval square surrounded by Gothic and Renaissance buildings.

The main part of the square is its dominant Royal Palace, built in the Gothic style, the complex of historic buildings.


Barceloneta or little Barcelona is a popular beach area, part of Barcelona's Old town.

Modern Barceloneta is a popular coastal town with a developed infrastructure, beaches and hotels, plenty of cafes and restaurants as well as Park area, market, Museum and a few sights.


Tower Glories (of Glories) or "Tower of Fame", previously known as Torre Agbar in Barcelona - Barcelona's famous skyscraper, which is an example of high-tech architecture of the city.

After completion of construction, the Agbar tower quickly became an architectural icon of Barcelona and one of the most famous buildings. Although, admittedly, initially, the object was not alien to criticism from...

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