Residencia Mart -Codolar

Avda. Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer, 1, Barcelona, 08035, Spain
Residencia Salesiana Marti-Codolar
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Simple Fare on La Rambla

by noshipsherlock

Any suggestions for a comfy, non touristy cafe on, or just off, La Rambla for supper?
Raf

Re: Simple Fare on La Rambla

by brotherleelove

Great Falafel: Moaz Falafel. Veggie: Juicy Jones.

Re: Simple Fare on La Rambla

by Belsaita

sorry to say, but nowadays 'non touristy cafe' and 'on, or just off, La Rambla' can't be put on the same sentence.

The places said above are OK, but not what I would classify as 'comfy' and definitely not as 'non touristy' (even of course some locals passing by can use them). Most of we locals avoid Las Ramblas to east or drink, as we can get much better value anywhere else.

My advice: walk 15-20 minutes away from Las Ramblas and you will be spoiled by choice, and you will pay about half price for better food and drinks. Thee is plenty of small cafes all over the city, just get out the most obvious touristy path.

Re: Simple Fare on La Rambla

by Badger1492

As Belsita says, there are many good restaurants not far from Ramblas. One of my favorites is just 2 blocks away: http://www.culleretes.com/

Why are you particularly asking about Ramblas? There are many nicer areas to explore nearby.

Re: Simple Fare on La Rambla

by noshipsherlock

Belsaita

Great advice. I never intended to eat ON La Rambla per se, but didn't word the question as well as it could have been ;)

How about your opinion on two off the path places...Romesco on Sant Pau or Rincon de Aragon (Terrero) on Carme?
Raf

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Look at the Hensel and Gretel...

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Look at the Hensel and Gretel Cottages at Parc Guell. Return to your childhood fantasy of visiting a Cottage made of candies and other goodies. It certainly look very tasty. These are actually souvenir shops.

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by acemj

I love Spain and Spanish people!
Just remember if you speak Spanish, you still may have a bit of trouble understanding Catalan. A book of useful phrase can help, but it's not essential as most people will speak English.

Tibidabo Mountain

by HORSCHECK

Tibidabo mountain (532 m) is located on the northwestern edge of Barcelona. It offers panoramic views of the town. On top of the mountain is an Amusement Park, dating from 1901, and the church Sagrat Cor (Sacred Heart).
The mountain can be reached from Placa Doctor Andreu by the longest and steepest of Barcelona's three funiculars.

Buy some flowers at Las Ramblas

by scottishvisitor about Street vendor

Walking along Las Ramblas looking at the many market stalls we quickly noticed that flowers are a very popular thing to buy in Barcelona judging by the many flower stalls available - must be the romance of the city to entice you to buy some flowers for your other half. Bunches of flowers, bulbs, seeds and house plants. A few Euros

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Address: Avda. Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer, 1, Barcelona, 08035, Spain