Almanac Barcelona is steps from the iconic Paseo de Gracia and Plaça de Catalunya, considered to be both its city center and the place where the old city and the 19th century-built Eixample meet. Visitors can start strolling through the city at the top of the Ramblas along to the bustling Boquería market past the Gran Teatre del Liceu.
In the Raval, the sleek contemporary MACBA houses the city's most important collection of modern art. One of the most fashionable neighborhoods in the city is El Born where visitors can discover the Picasso and Textile Museums as well as independent designer boutiques. Discover the many faces of Barcelona’s neighborhoods and the hidden treasures within each.