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How to take a walk through La Rambla in BarcelonaHow to try chorizo in BarcelonaHow to drink water from a Canaletes fountain in BarcelonaHow to celebrate Fiesta de Gràcia in BarcelonaHow to drink sangria on the Barceloneta beach in BarcelonaHow to visit Sagrada Familia in BarcelonaHow to take a selfie with the Statue of Liberty in Barcelona33 things to doin Barcelona
The youth quarter in Barcelona, mostly populated by the bohemian, every summer becomes a carnival and bright scenery place for the week.
Annually, in the Gracia quarter almost all the inhabitants of Barcelona come together to break free until dawn on thematically decorated streets.
For 200 years, the residents of the Gracia area have been eagerly preparing for the annual Fiesta Mayor de Gracia. During a week, people dance until dawn, drink beer in street bars and choose a street that will win by its decoration.
Closer to the night, a special cocktail Ron Cremat (Roasted Rum) with lemon peel, spices and coffee beans starts to prepare here.
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Celebrate Fiesta de Gràcia
Find out what the residents of the Gracia district are ready for in order to win at the street competition. This happens only once a year.10
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Gracia Quarter on the mapLocation: Gracia Quarter
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More places to visit in Barcelona
The most favourite fountain among locals, you can drink water from it and then you will certainly return again in Barcelona.11
Located on the mountain of Montjuic, the village is a unique place in Barcelona, where you will see the most beautiful buildings of medieval Spain, made with the highest accuracy.9
Such a museum would have had to appear in Barcelona, one of the most beautiful and erotic towns in the world that inspired many famous artists and cultural workers.9
The main pedestrian street of the city, a kind of Mecca for travellers who want to feel the rhythm of the city and see the life of locals.14
Here you will find a huge range of the most popular attractions of Barcelona, and you will need several days to explore them.6
Park decorated with the creative hand of the architect Gaudi, which gave the park the surrealistic motives till this days surprises with its beauty and originality.17
The largest football stadium in Europe where FIFA World Cup and UEFA Champions League took place and Michael Jackson performed in front of his fans.0
Monument stands on an area of Portal de la Pau, near the city's port, where Columbus' ships were moored after his discovery of the New World.9
Magic Fountain of Montjuïc
Even the most sophisticated travellers are dazzled by the music and light shows of the Montjuïc futuristic fountain in Barcelona.5
Castle de Valltordera
On the Costa Brava, in the town of Tordera the medieval castle of Count Valltordera is located, where you can see the jousting tournaments and the best flamenco show in Spain.8
Bunker del Carmel
The bunker was built during the war and quickly became useless, now it is stunning observation deck with excellent views of sunset.5
A colourful place of the Old Town where narrow streets hides medieval buildings, the ruins of ancient temples and modern authentic cafes.6