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Best things to do in Barcelona

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Point of Interest
“The most iconic Food Market in Barcelona. A must visit! Also grab a bite the food court in the back of the market, you will enjoy great seafood!”
480 locals recommend
Jazz Club
“Great flamenco shows. entrance 4€. It's necessary to arrive about 30 min before the show if you want to have a place close to the stage. Very intimate and powerful experience”
32 locals recommend
“Bar restaurant hidden in the gardens of the Biblioteca de Catalunya, nice place to have a drink or snack while you discover El Raval”
23 locals recommend
“Though you may wait half an hour for a place to seat, this authentic Boqueria eating place has simple but well prepared dishes. The atmosphere is cool and we enjoyed our lunch very much. ”
18 locals recommend
Mediterranean Restaurant
“ Good Cocktails ... the best: GinPera maxiterranian food, vegan and ecological food”
17 locals recommend
Tapas Restaurant
“old seafood restaurant, realy nice interiors, with beautiful tiles, and pictures of bullfights.. Expencive but worth it for a treat”
10 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“★ ITALIAN ★ A super good little Italian restaurant by the Boqueria market. Say you know Mathieu & Sabrina!”
14 locals recommend
“Personal favourite as I love the exterior bar, you can have a drink in the street as the bar is looking towards the street. They also have good sandwiches and nice terraces. ”
15 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“The San José Market, popularly known as La Boquería, is a municipal market located on Las Ramblas. Besides being a place where you can buy all kinds of fresh products, it is also an amazing tourist attraction. A delicious food experience.”
5 locals recommend
“El patio de la Biblioteca de Cataluña con naranjos, guitarristas tocando en directo con un bar donde tomar algo por la noche. / Beautiful and calm patio of the Library of Catalonia with orange trees, guitar players with a bar nice to have a drink in the evening.”
10 locals recommend
“Never had the tapas here, but it is a cool place to have a drink. Located inside the walls of a former hospital (now the Catalan Studies Institute), it has open air seating, special lighting at night and lots of cushions and tables. A mini-escape from the city, you will be surrounded by large stone walls, orange trees and an inner arcade of arches. ”
8 locals recommend
“This is a place where i work! It's amazing old bar (1983) where you are always welcome, the cheapest beer ever and yes, we sirve ABSENTA )) come over”
7 locals recommend
“A little gem in Raval run by two lovely girls from Naples, frequented nearly exclusively by the locals. You can get a delightful menu for 10-12 euro. You are guaranteed to be satisfied. ”
7 locals recommend
“Marvellous market, kind of museum of fruits and fish. You can find good products, take pictures, have an aperitif in some bar of the market and enjoy a fresh fruit juice.”
6 locals recommend
“Ocupa este lugar desde 1863, cuando se reaprovechó parte del espacio del antiguo convento de San Agustí. Es uno de los teatros más activos de la ciudad y siempre hay vida nocturna alrededor de él.”
1 local recommends