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Plaça Reial is one of the most attractive squares in the city. Elegant 19th century houses look down on palm trees, lampposts designed by Gaudí, and an eclectic mix of people enjoying the lively atmosphere at outdoor cafés
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´Hidden´ parallel to La Rambla, you´ll find Plaça Reial, in my opinion an overrated, dirty square full of tourist and homeless people. In the weekend, people queue in front of restaurant ´Els Quinze Nits´ for hours. They offer good value dinners, but I have never been there. Again, like La Rambla, this is a place to have a quick look at and then go to one of Barcelona´s many more interesting places.
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Plaça Reial (the Royal Square)...
Plaça Reial (the Royal Square) is the romantic heart of Barcelona.
Come by at night and the terraces are full of customers and street musicians willing to entertain you.
Beware though of 'shady characters' measuring you up and make sure your money and passport remain where you have put them.
The Plaça Reial was built in...
The Plaça Reial was built in 1848 where it was located the cloister of a convent. There are two lights designed by Gaudí. Here on Sundays mornings it is held a fair on stamps, coins and other collectibles.
This courtyard is just off las Ramblas. It was orginally a convent and is now filled with shops and restaurants.
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This was our favourite spot by day and by night!! There is always something going on here, nice restaurants, artists coming and going and lots of people to watch!!!
The most crowded, happening plaça in the entire Barri Gòtic is the Pl. Reial, where tourists and locals alike congregate to eat and drink at night, theres one of my favorite clubs SIDECAR.
The Plaça Reial opens to la...
The Plaça Reial opens to la Rambla. Its colonial atmosphere is sometimes spoiled by the presence of pickpockets.
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