- Type: Attractions
NileGuide Expert Says:
Calle Ferran in the Gotico, has some of the chicest and unique designer stores in the city. Watch your bags though, the Gotico is infamous for theft.
NileGuide Expert tip:
Check out the little tea houses right off of Plaza St. Jaume. Small, quaint and untouched by tourists, these Asian tea houses are great for relaxing and taking it easy after a long day of walking in the Gotico and around the city
- One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Barcelona, the Gotico remains at the heart of Barcelona's downtown district. Both grungy and trendy, this neighbourhood is filled with small nooks and crannies, bars, cool restaurants, niche shops and eclectic jewelers. Just a stone's throw from the Born and the beach, the Gotico is home to Barcelona's magnificent Cathedral which dates back to 14th century. It is also home to Placa Reial, the most well known square for backpackers as it's home to the ever so popular Kabul Hostel.
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