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08014
Barcelona, Spain 08012

933396339

Gràcia is a district of the city of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. It comprises the neighborhoods of Vila de Gràcia, Vallcarca i els Penitents, El Coll, La Salut and Camp d'en Grassot i Gràcia Nova. Gràcia is bordered by the districts of Eixample to the south, Sarrià-Sant Gervasi to the west and Horta-Guinardó to the east. A vibrant and diverse enclave of Catalonian life, Gràcia was an independent municipality for centuries before being formally annexed by Barcelona in 1897 as a part of the city's expansion.HistoryGràcia was established in 1626, by a Novitiate of Carmelites, who established a convent there, called "Nostra Senyora de Gràcia (Our Lady of Grace)". Following the loss of Catalonian independence from Spain in 1714, Gràcia remained an independent municipality in the direction of the Serra de Collserola mountains (north/northwest) from central Barcelona. Passeig de Gràcia, the street which is today home to the most high-end international fashion brands and posh hotels (Barcelona’s version of the Champs-Élysées), was back then a country road linking the town to the larger city, through the plain of Barcelona.

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Barcelona, Spain
Distance: 2.1 mi Tourist Information
Doctor Dou, 13
Barcelona, Spain 08001

Barcelona is the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in the Kingdom of Spain, as well as the country's second most populous municipality, with a population of 1.6 million within city limits. Its urban area extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of around 4.7 million people, being the sixth-most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, Madrid, the Ruhr area and Milan. It is the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea, located on the coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs, and bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola mountain range, the tallest peak of which is 512m high.Founded as a Roman city, in the Middle Ages Barcelona became the capital of the County of Barcelona. After merging with the Kingdom of Aragon, Barcelona continued to be an important city in the Crown of Aragon as an economic and administrative center of this Crown and the capital of the Principality of Catalonia. Besieged several times during its history, Barcelona has a rich cultural heritage and is today an important cultural center and a major tourist destination. Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The headquarters of the Union for the Mediterranean is located in Barcelona. The city is known for hosting the 1992 Summer Olympics as well as world-class conferences and expositions and also many international sport tournaments.

Magic Fountain of Montjuïc
Distance: 2.5 mi Tourist Information
Plaça de Carles Buïgas
Barcelona, Spain 08038

934 02 70 00

The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc is a fountain located at the head of Avinguda Maria Cristina in the Montjuïc neighborhood of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The fountain is situated below the Palau Nacional on the Montjuïc mountain and near the Plaça d'Espanya and Poble Espanyol de Barcelona. The fountain, like most of the surrounding developments, was constructed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exposition.The Magic Fountain was designed by Carles Buïgas, who had designed illuminated fountains as early as 1922. The site where the fountain was constructed was the previous location of The Four Columns. The columns, representative of the Catalanism movement, were demolished in 1928 under the orders of Prime Minister Miguel Primo de Rivera and were re-erected in 2010 a few meters away from the original location.Buïgas submitted his design a year before the exhibition, with many calling the plan too ambitious, with too little time to complete. The construction project utilized over 3000 workers. The first show took place on May 19, 1929, the day before the start of the Exposition. The fountain was badly damaged in the Spanish Civil War and did not operate until 1955, after Buigas oversaw needed repairs.

Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Passeig de Gràcia
Barcelona, Spain 08007

Passeig de Gràcia is one of the major avenues in Barcelona (Catalonia) and one of its most important shopping and business areas, containing several of the city's most celebrated pieces of architecture. It is located in the central part of Eixample, stretching from Plaça Catalunya to Carrer Gran de Gràcia.Passeig de Gràcia is regarded as the most expensive street in Barcelona and in Spain.HistoryFormerly known as Camí de Jesús, the Passeig de Gràcia was originally little more than a quasi-rural lane surrounded by gardens joining Barcelona and Gràcia, which was then still a separate town. This was still the case at the time of the first urbanisation project in 1821, which was devised by the liberal city council, and led by Ramon Plana. This project had to be cancelled due to the epidemics that were raging in Barcelona at the time.After the demise of the liberal government with the return of Absolutism in 1824, the project was taken up again by general José Bernaldo de Quirós, marquis of Campo Sagrado. The new avenue was wide in 1827 and became a favourite place for aristocrats to display their horse riding skills and expensive horse-drawn carriages all through the 19th century.In 1906 the architect Pere Falqués i Urpí designed the avenue's now famous ornate benches and street-lights. By that time it had become Barcelona's most fashionable street, with buildings designed by modernista/Art Nouveau architects of fame such as Antoni Gaudí, Pere Falqués, Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Enric Sagnier and Josep Vilaseca.

La Barceloneta, Barcelona
Distance: 2.5 mi Tourist Information
La Barceloneta, Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain 08003

La Barceloneta is a neighborhood in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The neighborhood was constructed during the 18th century for the residents of the Ribera neighborhood who had been displaced by the construction of the Ciutadella of Barcelona. The neighborhood is roughly triangular, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, the Moll d'Espanya of Port Vell, and the El Born neighborhood. This neighborhood even has its own flag. The neighborhood is serviced by its own stop on the Barcelona Metro (L4). This is a good starting point for whatever itinerary there may be to adventure through La Barceloneta. The yellow line, L4, which is the metro line that stops at La Barceloneta, is the most popular for pickpocketing. The neighborhood can also be discovered by taking Las Gorondrinas, which leave from the front port of the Columbus monument. This way the marine strip can be discovered, but the real charm of this neighborhood is by getting lost in the side streets or alleyways. Torre Sant Sebastià is the terminus of the Port Vell Aerial Tramway; opened in 1931, it connects La Barceloneta with Montjuïc across Port Vell.La Barceloneta is known for its sandy beach (which made an appearance in Don Quixote, book 2) and its many restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk. Over the past several years the quality of the sand on the beach has become a source of continued controversy. In February 2008, the World Health Organisation began an inquiry designed to ascertain whether the sand meets WHO beach health and safety guidelines.

Plaça Sant Jaume
Distance: 1.9 mi Tourist Information
Plaça de Sant Jaume
Barcelona, Spain 08002

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The Plaça de Sant Jaume is a square at the center of the Old City of Barcelona, and the administrative heart of both the city and surrounding Catalonia. This is because the Palace of the Generalitat of Catalonia and the City Hall are located here across from one another.HistoryThe Plaça Sant Jaume is located at the former center of the Roman city of Barcino, where its main streets, the Cardo (modern day Llibreteria and Call streets) and Decumanus (now the streets of Bisbe/Ciutat/Regomir), crossed. At this junction there was the forum and the Temple of Augustus, of which four columns are preserved on top of Mont Tàber, found at the adjacent Paradís Street.The Square takes its modern name from the church of Church of Sant Jaume, which had been located at the site of the square since medieval times. Formerly, the city council of Barcelona met in the porch at the front of that church, until it bought a number of nearby homes that would house the future headquarters of the institution on the neighboring street. The old church was demolished in 1823 when Ferran Street was being built; its demolition also allowed for the Square to be rebuilt as it exists today. Note that prior to these demolitions, the square was limited to a small angular space, with the rest of the future plaza being occupied by the same church, its cemetery, and the houses of the Magistracy and the General Court of the Veguer.The Plaça Sant Jaume has also been called "Constitution Square" in various historical periods, and this name appeared on a plaque on the façade of the City Hall (removed in 2013)

Barcelona.cat
Distance: 1.9 mi Tourist Information
Pl. Sant Jaume, 1
Barcelona, Spain 08002

+34 93 402 70 00

Barcelona.cat
Distance: 1.9 mi Tourist Information
Pl. Sant Jaume, 1
Barcelona, Spain 08002

+34 93 402 70 00

Menorca
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
menorca
Mahón, Spain

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La Rambla, Barcelona, Spain
Distance: 2.1 mi Tourist Information
Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona, Spain 08002

Rocksound Music Bar
Distance: 1.8 mi Tourist Information
Carrer dels Almogàvers, 116
Barcelona, Spain 08005

933 17 54 11

Navas de Tolosa
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Navas de Tolosa
Barcelona, Spain

Calafell Platja
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Mas Mel
Calafell, Spain 43820

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Castelldefels
Distance: 2.2 mi Tourist Information
08860
Barcelona, Spain 0880

690157631

Sant Martí de Provençals
Distance: 2.2 mi Tourist Information
Distrito Sant Marti
Barcelona, Spain 08020

Sant Martí de Provençals is a neighborhood in the Sant Martí district of Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain).Sant Martí de Provençals was the center of the eponymous former municipality, which now more or less coincides with the current district of Sant Martí and which gave its name to the main core of the town. Until the 1950s the area was occupied by fields, country houses and the church of Sant Martí. The population of the district later increased due to the arrival of migratory waves.

Parliament of Catalonia
Distance: 2.0 mi Tourist Information
Parc de la Ciutadella, s/n
Barcelona, Spain 08003

93 304 65 00

The Parliament of Catalonia is the unicameral legislature of Catalonia (autonomous community of Spain). It is formed by 135 members ("diputats"), who are elected every four years or after extraordinary dissolution, chosen by universal suffrage in lists with four constituencies, the Catalan provinces. The Parliament building is located in Ciutadella park, Barcelona.The most recent parliamentary elections were held on 27 September 2015.HistoryCatalan CourtsThe first representative and legislative bodies in Catalonia were the Peace and Truce of God Assemblies (assemblees de pau i treva), of which the earliest record dates from 1027. These were originally ad hoc, local meetings convened by the Church (Oliba, Bishop of Vic, who died in 1046, was a notable instigator) but progressively became subsumed into the court of the Counts of Barcelona. The first Catalan legal code, the Usatges de Barcelona, was promulgated by Count Ramon Berenguer I based on the decisions of these assemblies.Although the Counts of Barcelona, also Kings of Aragon from 1137, had greatly extended the territory under their control, their financial and military power was quite limited, partly because of their former status as vassals of the Carolingian dynasty. Their personal resources were particularly insufficient in periods of economic crisis or military expansion, of which they were many from the twelfth to the fifteenth centuries. The need to secure troops and revenue led to the steady expansion of the royal court and a formalisation of its procedures. It came to be referred to as the Cort General de Catalunya or Corts catalanes (Catalan Courts), and was endowed with formal procedures, effectively a written constitution, by King Peter III of Aragon in 1283, making from this institution the policemaking and legislative body of the Principality of Catalonia.

Barcelona Wonderful City
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Barcelona, Wonderful City
Barcelona, Spain 08007

Praktik Garden Barcelona
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Diputacio, 325
Barcelona, Spain 08009

934 67 52 79

Hostal Fernando, Barcelona, Spain
Distance: 2.0 mi Tourist Information
Ferran31
Barcelona, Spain 08002

Calle Marina
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Cosy Rooms
Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Spain 08013

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France,Paris
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Calle de San Pedro Mártir 16
Barcelona, Spain 08007

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Avenida Gaudi/ Sagrada Familia
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
av Gaudi
Barcelona, Spain 08013

Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Passeig de Gràcia
Barcelona, Spain 08007

Passeig de Gràcia is one of the major avenues in Barcelona (Catalonia) and one of its most important shopping and business areas, containing several of the city's most celebrated pieces of architecture. It is located in the central part of Eixample, stretching from Plaça Catalunya to Carrer Gran de Gràcia.Passeig de Gràcia is regarded as the most expensive street in Barcelona and in Spain.HistoryFormerly known as Camí de Jesús, the Passeig de Gràcia was originally little more than a quasi-rural lane surrounded by gardens joining Barcelona and Gràcia, which was then still a separate town. This was still the case at the time of the first urbanisation project in 1821, which was devised by the liberal city council, and led by Ramon Plana. This project had to be cancelled due to the epidemics that were raging in Barcelona at the time.After the demise of the liberal government with the return of Absolutism in 1824, the project was taken up again by general José Bernaldo de Quirós, marquis of Campo Sagrado. The new avenue was wide in 1827 and became a favourite place for aristocrats to display their horse riding skills and expensive horse-drawn carriages all through the 19th century.In 1906 the architect Pere Falqués i Urpí designed the avenue's now famous ornate benches and street-lights. By that time it had become Barcelona's most fashionable street, with buildings designed by modernista/Art Nouveau architects of fame such as Antoni Gaudí, Pere Falqués, Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Enric Sagnier and Josep Vilaseca.

La Festa Gracia
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Barri de Gracia
Barcelona, Spain 08012

687141133

Sant Pau Recinte Modernista
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
C/ Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167
Barcelona, Spain 08025

93 553 78 01

Després d’acollir durant un segle les instal·lacions de l’Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, un ambiciós procés de rehabilitació ha permès recuperar el valor patrimonial i artístic del Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau, obra de l’arquitecte Lluís Domènech i Montaner. Gràcies a aquesta transformació, el Recinte Modernista s’ha convertit en un nou espai de referència de la ciutat de Barcelona en el qual hi conviuen la història i la innovació.

El Carmel
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Camí Vell del Coll
Barcelona, Spain 08032

El Carmel, or simply Carmel, is a neighbourhood in the district of Horta-Guinardó, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.Carmel is in the municipal district of Horta-Guinardó. The area was developed mainly in the 1960s and 1970s when immigrant workers, encouraged to move to Barcelona by the government of the dictator Francisco Franco built housing for themselves. The combination of houses, then isolated on the rural hillside of what is now Parc dels Tres Turons ("Three Hills Park"), ad-hoc buildings put up without building permits and more planned urban development has given the area its modern appearance of many buildings piled on the hillside.Carmel became infamous in 2005 when there was a major tunnel construction accident. It brought to a halt the expansion works on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro and led to the evacuation of dozens of buildings in the area. Local residents protested and most of those evacuated to other areas have finally been rehoused and a new school opened. The Barcelona City Council has pledged more investment in the area to improve transport, accessibility and services.

El Carmel
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Camí Vell del Coll
Barcelona, Spain 08032

El Carmel, or simply Carmel, is a neighbourhood in the district of Horta-Guinardó, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.Carmel is in the municipal district of Horta-Guinardó. The area was developed mainly in the 1960s and 1970s when immigrant workers, encouraged to move to Barcelona by the government of the dictator Francisco Franco built housing for themselves. The combination of houses, then isolated on the rural hillside of what is now Parc dels Tres Turons ("Three Hills Park"), ad-hoc buildings put up without building permits and more planned urban development has given the area its modern appearance of many buildings piled on the hillside.Carmel became infamous in 2005 when there was a major tunnel construction accident. It brought to a halt the expansion works on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro and led to the evacuation of dozens of buildings in the area. Local residents protested and most of those evacuated to other areas have finally been rehoused and a new school opened. The Barcelona City Council has pledged more investment in the area to improve transport, accessibility and services.

Dir Gràcia
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Gran de Gràcia, 37
Barcelona, Spain 08012

934 15 55 50

Gaudi House Museum
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Carrer d'Olot, s/n
Barcelona, Spain 08024

932846446

Gaudí House-Museum, located within the Park Güell in Barcelona was the residence of Antoni Gaudí for almost 20 years, from 1906 till the end of 1925. On 28 September 1963 it was opened as a historic home museum and nowadays houses a collection of furniture and objects designed by the architect.HistoryAt the end of the 19th century, Catalan industrialist Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi, after a stay in England, returned to Barcelona with the intention to build a garden city for the Catalan bourgeoisie, on the grounds of the property Can Muntaner de Dalt, which he had acquired in 1899. He commissioned the project, which envisaged the construction of sixty houses with garden and all the services necessary, to Antoni Gaudí. In 1914 the works were stopped and the project was not completed.Only two of the houses envisaged were finally built: doctor Trias i Domènech’s House and what is nowadays Gaudí House-Museum which had to serve as a lure for potential land-buyers. These houses were added to the old house, that already existed in the place and whose owner was Eusebi Güell himself.The model property, designed by architect Francesc Berenguer i Mestres, built by contractor Josep Casanovas i Pardo and signed by Gaudí himself, was built between 1903 and 1905. It was on sale but it attracted no purchasers. In 1906, Gaudí bought the house and lived there with his father and niece. His father died that very same year, and his niece in 1912. Since then, Gaudí lived there alone until the end of 1925, when, a few months before his death in 1926, moved to the workshop of the Sagrada Família Basilica. In his will, the architect donated the house to the Foundation Board of La Sagrada Família, which sold it to the Chiappo Arietti couple. In 1960 the Friends of Gaudí association started a campaign so as to purchase the house to the Chiappo Arietti’s descendants in order to convert it into a museum. Three years later, it opened as Gaudí House-Museum. Josep Maria Garrut had been its chairman since the museum opened to the public until his death in 2008. In 1992 the house was donated to the Construction Board of La Sagrada Família Foundation.

Plaça de Lesseps, Barcelona
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Plaça Lesseps
Barcelona, Spain 08023

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Plaça de Lesseps is a square serving as the border between the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and Gràcia district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, loosely divided in two parts. One of the most heavily transited squares in the city, Lesseps is the starting point of one of Barcelona's busiest rondes: Ronda del General Mitre, as well as being the west end of Carrer Gran de Gràcia and being crossed by a number of streets, namely: Travessera de Dalt, Avinguda del Príncep d'Astúries, Avinguda de Vallcarca, Avinguda de la República Argentina, Carrer del Torrent de l'Olla, Carrer de la Mare de Déu del Coll, Carrer de Santa Perpètua, Carrer de Maignon and Carrer de Pérez Galdós.A traditionally arbored spot of the city, it's been under heavy reforms for years to move the route of the aforementioned rondes, allowing the square to become a more pedestrian-friendly place while easing the heavy traffic that crosses it on a daily basis.The square is named after Ferdinand de Lesseps, the developer of the Suez Canal. Earlier in his career, De Lesseps was the French consul in Barcelona. He is known in Barcelona for having intervened against the 1842 bombing of the city ordered by General Baldomero Espartero and Captain-General Juan Van Halen. Before 1895 the square had been known as Josepets, after the 1626 convent of Santa Maria de Gràcia, also known as Els Josepets", which remained a popular name for the square, although now outdated.

Plaça de Lesseps, Barcelona
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Plaça Lesseps
Barcelona, Spain 08023

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Plaça de Lesseps is a square serving as the border between the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and Gràcia district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, loosely divided in two parts. One of the most heavily transited squares in the city, Lesseps is the starting point of one of Barcelona's busiest rondes: Ronda del General Mitre, as well as being the west end of Carrer Gran de Gràcia and being crossed by a number of streets, namely: Travessera de Dalt, Avinguda del Príncep d'Astúries, Avinguda de Vallcarca, Avinguda de la República Argentina, Carrer del Torrent de l'Olla, Carrer de la Mare de Déu del Coll, Carrer de Santa Perpètua, Carrer de Maignon and Carrer de Pérez Galdós.A traditionally arbored spot of the city, it's been under heavy reforms for years to move the route of the aforementioned rondes, allowing the square to become a more pedestrian-friendly place while easing the heavy traffic that crosses it on a daily basis.The square is named after Ferdinand de Lesseps, the developer of the Suez Canal. Earlier in his career, De Lesseps was the French consul in Barcelona. He is known in Barcelona for having intervened against the 1842 bombing of the city ordered by General Baldomero Espartero and Captain-General Juan Van Halen. Before 1895 the square had been known as Josepets, after the 1626 convent of Santa Maria de Gràcia, also known as Els Josepets", which remained a popular name for the square, although now outdated.

Travessera de Gràcia
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Travessera de Gràcia
Barcelona, Spain

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Casa Vicens
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
carolines 24
Barcelona, Spain 08012

Casa Vicens is a modernist building in Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain), designed by Antoni Gaudí. It is located in the neighborhood of Grácia on Calle de las Carolinas, 24. It is considered one of the first buildings of Art Nouveau and was the first house designed by Gaudí. It helps explain the character of the his work and also a new chapter in the history of modern architecture.The style of Casa Vicens is a reflection of Neo-Mudéjar architecture, one of the popular styles that can be seen throughout Gaudí's architecture, including oriental and neoclassical as well. However, what was unique about Gaudí was that he mixed different styles together and incorporated a variety of different materials, such as iron, glass, ceramic tiles and concrete, many of which can be seen in this building. Gaudí broke away from tradition and created his new language of architecture, and Casa Vicens represents a new chapter in the history of Catalan architecture as well as the beginning of a successful career for Gaudí.It was commissioned in 1877 by Manuel Vicens i Montaner, an owner of a brick and tile factory living in Barcelona at the time. He inherited this section of land from his mother on August 29, 1877 and hired architect Antoni Gaudí for the project. Manuel then died on April 29, 1895. The house was enlarged in 1925 by Joan Sierra de Martínez.This early work exhibits several influences, most notably the Moorish (or Mudéjar) influence. Casa Vicens marks the first time Gaudí utilized an orientalist style, mixing together Hispano-Arabic inspiration. This was a style of architecture that completely breaks with the norm of the period. Not only does this house mark Gaudí's coming of age, being his first major work of architecture, but it also represents the flowering of Catalan modern architecture.

Sagrades Tannines
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Pasaje Simón 20
Barcelona, Spain 08925

600483799

Ofrecemos vinos TRANQUILOS, tintos con personalidad ¡rosados sorprendentes! CENAS, comidas, picoteo, aperitivos, vermuts. Un lugar informal, exquisito, acogedor... para tomar una copa de buen vino

Joanic
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
C/ Pi I Margall, 4
Barcelona, Spain 08025

+34 932 137 698

Joanic is a station of the Barcelona Metro network located in the district of Gràcia. It's served by L4.The station opened in 1973. It's located under carrer de Pi i Margall between Plaça Joanic and carrer de l'Alegre de Dalt, and it can be accessed either from the former or from carrer de l'Escorial.

Joanic
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
C/ Pi I Margall, 4
Barcelona, Spain 08025

+34 932 137 698

Joanic is a station of the Barcelona Metro network located in the district of Gràcia. It's served by L4.The station opened in 1973. It's located under carrer de Pi i Margall between Plaça Joanic and carrer de l'Alegre de Dalt, and it can be accessed either from the former or from carrer de l'Escorial.

Fontana
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Gran de Gracia, 180
Barcelona, Spain 08012

Fontana is a Barcelona Metro station, located under Carrer Gran de Gràcia and Carrer d'Astúries in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. It is served by L3.The station opened in 1924 as part of the first metro line of the city, which ran between Catalunya and Lesseps stations. It retains some of its original decoration.Fontana is one of the few stations in the city to be accessed via an above-ground ticket hall. This is the only access to the station, and is located on the Carrer Gran de Gràcia next to its junction with the Carrer d'Astúries. It has two tracks, with twin side platforms that are long.

Institut Gestalt
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Verdi 94
Barcelona, Spain 08012

93 237 28 15

INSTITUT GESTALT En el año 1985 fundamos el INSTITUT GESTALT con la vocación de ser un centro vivo y plural, un lugar de estudio, búsqueda y experimentación en los ámbitos culturales y vitales en un sentido amplio; concretamente los campos de la psicoterapia, comunicación, creatividad, relaciones humanas y crecimiento personal. Inscribiéndonos dentro de una visión del ser humano de corte holístico, humanista e integrador. Rápidamente fuimos regalados con la confianza de muchas personas que se acercaban buscando auto conocimiento y aprendizajes de relación y comunicación, o con el objetivo de sanear su afectividad, núcleo común de cualquier problemática grave. Como la confianza genera confianza nos fuimos asentando y sintiendo cada vez más maduros, y un centro de referencia en el mapa de las terapias humanistas, sistémicas e integrativas, con un eje cada vez más espiritual. Al mismo tiempo crecía nuestro eclecticismo y pluralidad, en el sentido de hallar muchos caminos igualmente buenos para el objetivo común de que las personas nos encontremos con nuestra verdad, nuestros recursos y podamos cambiar, realizarnos y florecer. En el año 1995 inauguramos nuestra sede en la calle Verdi, cabiéndonos el honor de ser apadrinados por Claudio Naranjo, al que consideramos nuestro mentor más significativo. Tanto nuestro trabajo personal como el trabajo con las personas, se ha multiplicado en profundidad gracias a las enseñanzas proveídas por él. No sólo herramientas sabias con el Eneagrama, la Meditación, y su particular visión de la terapia en general y de la Terapia Gestalt en particular, sino las actitudes que conllevan implícitas o que transmite por contagio, que resumiríamos en el valor de la presencia, el encuentro y transparencia interpersonal, el recurso de la humanidad y la aceptación del ser. También, lo que en sus palabras de inauguración, venia expresado como la transformación alquímica de la entrega al dolor como reciclaje hacia el amor. Valores que, en conjunto, destilan fe y confianza en la naturaleza humana y en su propia regulación. Suscribimos los valores mencionados como nortes que orientan nuestra tarea, que actualmente se plasma en varias direcciones: La Terapia Gestalt, la PNL (Programación Neuro-Lingüística), diversas líneas de Coaching, las Terapias Corporales, las Constelaciones Familiares y Organizacionales, la Pedagogía Sistémica y Terapia Familiar, la Terapia de Enfoque Breve Humanista y Estratégico, las Terapias Expresivas y Artísticas, y los trabajos Meditativos y Psicoespirituales. En todas nuestras áreas de conocimiento ofrecemos Formación y Ayuda, con lo cual muchos se acercan para aprender y labrarse una profesión y un cuerpo de conocimientos, y otros para encontrar solución y proceso para sus problemas y asuntos de vida. Estos últimos años han sido expansivos, efervescentes y de gran enriquecimiento a través de desarrollos que hemos introducido en España como el Trabajo de Bert Hellinger en Constelaciones Familiares y sus desarrollos en Pedagogía, en Organizaciones y en Salud, y el de los enfoques breves en Terapia Estratégica También nos hemos visto sorprendidos por la variedad de demandas recibidas sobre atención, formación, coaching y supervisión para y en las Organizaciones. Estamos poniendo energía en IG-DO (Desarrollo de las Organizaciones) para sumarnos a la filosofía de Claudio Naranjo de “humanizar la empresa”, llevando a ella nuestros conocimientos sobre relaciones humanas y las leyes del progreso y el bienestar. También decir que hemos asentado con fuerza nuestra editorial Rigden-Institut Gestalt con su difusión de textos en sintonía con nuestro trabajo y con las necesidades psicoespirituales de nuestros tiempos. Nos alegra el funcionamiento fluido del Área Social del Institut creada en el 2002 que ya atiende a distintos colectivos e instituciones. Sintiéndonos ricos en experiencias y sólidos como institución, nos ilusionaba compensar lo mucho recibido y nos planteamos el objetivo de hacer llegar nuestras tareas y conocimientos, sin ánimo de lucro, a colectivos como Asociaciones, ONGs, Agrupaciones de Inmigrantes, etc, que, en condiciones normales, no tendrían acceso. Desde aquí seguimos invitando a cualquier colectivo que lo desee a ponerse en contacto con nosotros. Nuestro deseo es lograr también un cierto impacto social y que lo que podríamos llamar salud afectiva e interpersonal o educación en el amor, se extienda en todas las direcciones y pueda, tal vez, convertirse en una silenciosa fuente de transformación social. Como siempre al presentarnos tratamos de mostrar quiénes somos y qué hacemos. Ojalá nuestra ubicación e identidad profesional destile pluralidad, eclecticismo y deseo de integración según dos máximas que nos guían: a la vez que tratamos de mantener un alma común que nos hace reconocibles, procuramos que “cada colaborador en nuestra organización se desarrolle confiado a su propio estilo, capacidades e inclinaciones profesionales”, y que logremos ser un colectivo en el que verdaderamente “cada miembro quiera pertenecer y se sienta parte del todo”. EQUIPO INSTITUT GESTALT

Casa de les punxes
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avinguda Diagonal, 416
Barcelona, Spain 08037

+34 807 117 700

La Casa de les Punxes ou Casa Terrades est un bâtiment conçu par l'architecte moderniste catalan Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Il est construit à l'intersection des rue du Roussillon, Bruc et de l'avenue Diagonal de Eixample à Barcelone et fut déclaré Bien culturel d’intérêt national le 9 janvier 1976.PrésentationLa maison fut construite en 1905 sur commande des sœurs Terrades qui voulaient fusionner trois immeubles de leur propriété. Puig i Cadafalch projeta un bâtiment d'aspect médiéval, avec des éléments qui rappellent le gothique européen. Une des caractéristiques de ce bâtiment sont sessix tours, couronnées par des pointes singulières et coniques qui valent au bâtiment son surnom de (maison des pointes).La façade fut construite en brique où l'on peut voir des éléments décoratifs ; l'un d'eux qui représente Saint Georges, est suivi de la légende (Saint patron de Catalogne, rend-nous la liberté). La décoration de pierre est ornée de dessins floraux sur les tribunes et balcons est pleinement moderniste. La toiture est à double versant.En 1975 le bâtiment fut déclaré Monument Historique National. En 1980 il fut complètement restauré. Le bâtiment est privé et ne peut être visité.Voir aussiBibliographieLien externe Description et images

Casa de les punxes
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avinguda Diagonal, 416
Barcelona, Spain 08037

+34 807 117 700

La Casa de les Punxes ou Casa Terrades est un bâtiment conçu par l'architecte moderniste catalan Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Il est construit à l'intersection des rue du Roussillon, Bruc et de l'avenue Diagonal de Eixample à Barcelone et fut déclaré Bien culturel d’intérêt national le 9 janvier 1976.PrésentationLa maison fut construite en 1905 sur commande des sœurs Terrades qui voulaient fusionner trois immeubles de leur propriété. Puig i Cadafalch projeta un bâtiment d'aspect médiéval, avec des éléments qui rappellent le gothique européen. Une des caractéristiques de ce bâtiment sont sessix tours, couronnées par des pointes singulières et coniques qui valent au bâtiment son surnom de (maison des pointes).La façade fut construite en brique où l'on peut voir des éléments décoratifs ; l'un d'eux qui représente Saint Georges, est suivi de la légende (Saint patron de Catalogne, rend-nous la liberté). La décoration de pierre est ornée de dessins floraux sur les tribunes et balcons est pleinement moderniste. La toiture est à double versant.En 1975 le bâtiment fut déclaré Monument Historique National. En 1980 il fut complètement restauré. Le bâtiment est privé et ne peut être visité.Voir aussiBibliographieLien externe Description et images

Black & Rad
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Sant Joaquim, 33
Barcelona, Spain 08012

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Landmark Near Gràcia

Avenida Gaudi/ Sagrada Familia
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
av Gaudi
Barcelona, Spain 08013

Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Passeig de Gràcia
Barcelona, Spain 08007

Passeig de Gràcia is one of the major avenues in Barcelona (Catalonia) and one of its most important shopping and business areas, containing several of the city's most celebrated pieces of architecture. It is located in the central part of Eixample, stretching from Plaça Catalunya to Carrer Gran de Gràcia.Passeig de Gràcia is regarded as the most expensive street in Barcelona and in Spain.HistoryFormerly known as Camí de Jesús, the Passeig de Gràcia was originally little more than a quasi-rural lane surrounded by gardens joining Barcelona and Gràcia, which was then still a separate town. This was still the case at the time of the first urbanisation project in 1821, which was devised by the liberal city council, and led by Ramon Plana. This project had to be cancelled due to the epidemics that were raging in Barcelona at the time.After the demise of the liberal government with the return of Absolutism in 1824, the project was taken up again by general José Bernaldo de Quirós, marquis of Campo Sagrado. The new avenue was wide in 1827 and became a favourite place for aristocrats to display their horse riding skills and expensive horse-drawn carriages all through the 19th century.In 1906 the architect Pere Falqués i Urpí designed the avenue's now famous ornate benches and street-lights. By that time it had become Barcelona's most fashionable street, with buildings designed by modernista/Art Nouveau architects of fame such as Antoni Gaudí, Pere Falqués, Josep Puig i Cadafalch, Lluís Domènech i Montaner, Enric Sagnier and Josep Vilaseca.

La Festa Gracia
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Barri de Gracia
Barcelona, Spain 08012

687141133

Sant Pau Recinte Modernista
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
C/ Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167
Barcelona, Spain 08025

93 553 78 01

Després d’acollir durant un segle les instal·lacions de l’Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, un ambiciós procés de rehabilitació ha permès recuperar el valor patrimonial i artístic del Recinte Modernista de Sant Pau, obra de l’arquitecte Lluís Domènech i Montaner. Gràcies a aquesta transformació, el Recinte Modernista s’ha convertit en un nou espai de referència de la ciutat de Barcelona en el qual hi conviuen la història i la innovació.

El Carmel
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Camí Vell del Coll
Barcelona, Spain 08032

El Carmel, or simply Carmel, is a neighbourhood in the district of Horta-Guinardó, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.Carmel is in the municipal district of Horta-Guinardó. The area was developed mainly in the 1960s and 1970s when immigrant workers, encouraged to move to Barcelona by the government of the dictator Francisco Franco built housing for themselves. The combination of houses, then isolated on the rural hillside of what is now Parc dels Tres Turons ("Three Hills Park"), ad-hoc buildings put up without building permits and more planned urban development has given the area its modern appearance of many buildings piled on the hillside.Carmel became infamous in 2005 when there was a major tunnel construction accident. It brought to a halt the expansion works on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro and led to the evacuation of dozens of buildings in the area. Local residents protested and most of those evacuated to other areas have finally been rehoused and a new school opened. The Barcelona City Council has pledged more investment in the area to improve transport, accessibility and services.

El Carmel
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Camí Vell del Coll
Barcelona, Spain 08032

El Carmel, or simply Carmel, is a neighbourhood in the district of Horta-Guinardó, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.Carmel is in the municipal district of Horta-Guinardó. The area was developed mainly in the 1960s and 1970s when immigrant workers, encouraged to move to Barcelona by the government of the dictator Francisco Franco built housing for themselves. The combination of houses, then isolated on the rural hillside of what is now Parc dels Tres Turons ("Three Hills Park"), ad-hoc buildings put up without building permits and more planned urban development has given the area its modern appearance of many buildings piled on the hillside.Carmel became infamous in 2005 when there was a major tunnel construction accident. It brought to a halt the expansion works on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro and led to the evacuation of dozens of buildings in the area. Local residents protested and most of those evacuated to other areas have finally been rehoused and a new school opened. The Barcelona City Council has pledged more investment in the area to improve transport, accessibility and services.

Dir Gràcia
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Gran de Gràcia, 37
Barcelona, Spain 08012

934 15 55 50

Gaudi House Museum
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Carrer d'Olot, s/n
Barcelona, Spain 08024

932846446

Gaudí House-Museum, located within the Park Güell in Barcelona was the residence of Antoni Gaudí for almost 20 years, from 1906 till the end of 1925. On 28 September 1963 it was opened as a historic home museum and nowadays houses a collection of furniture and objects designed by the architect.HistoryAt the end of the 19th century, Catalan industrialist Eusebi Güell i Bacigalupi, after a stay in England, returned to Barcelona with the intention to build a garden city for the Catalan bourgeoisie, on the grounds of the property Can Muntaner de Dalt, which he had acquired in 1899. He commissioned the project, which envisaged the construction of sixty houses with garden and all the services necessary, to Antoni Gaudí. In 1914 the works were stopped and the project was not completed.Only two of the houses envisaged were finally built: doctor Trias i Domènech’s House and what is nowadays Gaudí House-Museum which had to serve as a lure for potential land-buyers. These houses were added to the old house, that already existed in the place and whose owner was Eusebi Güell himself.The model property, designed by architect Francesc Berenguer i Mestres, built by contractor Josep Casanovas i Pardo and signed by Gaudí himself, was built between 1903 and 1905. It was on sale but it attracted no purchasers. In 1906, Gaudí bought the house and lived there with his father and niece. His father died that very same year, and his niece in 1912. Since then, Gaudí lived there alone until the end of 1925, when, a few months before his death in 1926, moved to the workshop of the Sagrada Família Basilica. In his will, the architect donated the house to the Foundation Board of La Sagrada Família, which sold it to the Chiappo Arietti couple. In 1960 the Friends of Gaudí association started a campaign so as to purchase the house to the Chiappo Arietti’s descendants in order to convert it into a museum. Three years later, it opened as Gaudí House-Museum. Josep Maria Garrut had been its chairman since the museum opened to the public until his death in 2008. In 1992 the house was donated to the Construction Board of La Sagrada Família Foundation.

Plaça de Lesseps, Barcelona
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Plaça Lesseps
Barcelona, Spain 08023

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Plaça de Lesseps is a square serving as the border between the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and Gràcia district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, loosely divided in two parts. One of the most heavily transited squares in the city, Lesseps is the starting point of one of Barcelona's busiest rondes: Ronda del General Mitre, as well as being the west end of Carrer Gran de Gràcia and being crossed by a number of streets, namely: Travessera de Dalt, Avinguda del Príncep d'Astúries, Avinguda de Vallcarca, Avinguda de la República Argentina, Carrer del Torrent de l'Olla, Carrer de la Mare de Déu del Coll, Carrer de Santa Perpètua, Carrer de Maignon and Carrer de Pérez Galdós.A traditionally arbored spot of the city, it's been under heavy reforms for years to move the route of the aforementioned rondes, allowing the square to become a more pedestrian-friendly place while easing the heavy traffic that crosses it on a daily basis.The square is named after Ferdinand de Lesseps, the developer of the Suez Canal. Earlier in his career, De Lesseps was the French consul in Barcelona. He is known in Barcelona for having intervened against the 1842 bombing of the city ordered by General Baldomero Espartero and Captain-General Juan Van Halen. Before 1895 the square had been known as Josepets, after the 1626 convent of Santa Maria de Gràcia, also known as Els Josepets", which remained a popular name for the square, although now outdated.

Plaça de Lesseps, Barcelona
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Plaça Lesseps
Barcelona, Spain 08023

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Plaça de Lesseps is a square serving as the border between the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and Gràcia district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, loosely divided in two parts. One of the most heavily transited squares in the city, Lesseps is the starting point of one of Barcelona's busiest rondes: Ronda del General Mitre, as well as being the west end of Carrer Gran de Gràcia and being crossed by a number of streets, namely: Travessera de Dalt, Avinguda del Príncep d'Astúries, Avinguda de Vallcarca, Avinguda de la República Argentina, Carrer del Torrent de l'Olla, Carrer de la Mare de Déu del Coll, Carrer de Santa Perpètua, Carrer de Maignon and Carrer de Pérez Galdós.A traditionally arbored spot of the city, it's been under heavy reforms for years to move the route of the aforementioned rondes, allowing the square to become a more pedestrian-friendly place while easing the heavy traffic that crosses it on a daily basis.The square is named after Ferdinand de Lesseps, the developer of the Suez Canal. Earlier in his career, De Lesseps was the French consul in Barcelona. He is known in Barcelona for having intervened against the 1842 bombing of the city ordered by General Baldomero Espartero and Captain-General Juan Van Halen. Before 1895 the square had been known as Josepets, after the 1626 convent of Santa Maria de Gràcia, also known as Els Josepets", which remained a popular name for the square, although now outdated.

Travessera de Gràcia
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Travessera de Gràcia
Barcelona, Spain

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Casa Vicens
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
carolines 24
Barcelona, Spain 08012

Casa Vicens is a modernist building in Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain), designed by Antoni Gaudí. It is located in the neighborhood of Grácia on Calle de las Carolinas, 24. It is considered one of the first buildings of Art Nouveau and was the first house designed by Gaudí. It helps explain the character of the his work and also a new chapter in the history of modern architecture.The style of Casa Vicens is a reflection of Neo-Mudéjar architecture, one of the popular styles that can be seen throughout Gaudí's architecture, including oriental and neoclassical as well. However, what was unique about Gaudí was that he mixed different styles together and incorporated a variety of different materials, such as iron, glass, ceramic tiles and concrete, many of which can be seen in this building. Gaudí broke away from tradition and created his new language of architecture, and Casa Vicens represents a new chapter in the history of Catalan architecture as well as the beginning of a successful career for Gaudí.It was commissioned in 1877 by Manuel Vicens i Montaner, an owner of a brick and tile factory living in Barcelona at the time. He inherited this section of land from his mother on August 29, 1877 and hired architect Antoni Gaudí for the project. Manuel then died on April 29, 1895. The house was enlarged in 1925 by Joan Sierra de Martínez.This early work exhibits several influences, most notably the Moorish (or Mudéjar) influence. Casa Vicens marks the first time Gaudí utilized an orientalist style, mixing together Hispano-Arabic inspiration. This was a style of architecture that completely breaks with the norm of the period. Not only does this house mark Gaudí's coming of age, being his first major work of architecture, but it also represents the flowering of Catalan modern architecture.

Sagrades Tannines
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Pasaje Simón 20
Barcelona, Spain 08925

600483799

Ofrecemos vinos TRANQUILOS, tintos con personalidad ¡rosados sorprendentes! CENAS, comidas, picoteo, aperitivos, vermuts. Un lugar informal, exquisito, acogedor... para tomar una copa de buen vino

Joanic
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
C/ Pi I Margall, 4
Barcelona, Spain 08025

+34 932 137 698

Joanic is a station of the Barcelona Metro network located in the district of Gràcia. It's served by L4.The station opened in 1973. It's located under carrer de Pi i Margall between Plaça Joanic and carrer de l'Alegre de Dalt, and it can be accessed either from the former or from carrer de l'Escorial.

Joanic
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
C/ Pi I Margall, 4
Barcelona, Spain 08025

+34 932 137 698

Joanic is a station of the Barcelona Metro network located in the district of Gràcia. It's served by L4.The station opened in 1973. It's located under carrer de Pi i Margall between Plaça Joanic and carrer de l'Alegre de Dalt, and it can be accessed either from the former or from carrer de l'Escorial.

Fontana
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Gran de Gracia, 180
Barcelona, Spain 08012

Fontana is a Barcelona Metro station, located under Carrer Gran de Gràcia and Carrer d'Astúries in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. It is served by L3.The station opened in 1924 as part of the first metro line of the city, which ran between Catalunya and Lesseps stations. It retains some of its original decoration.Fontana is one of the few stations in the city to be accessed via an above-ground ticket hall. This is the only access to the station, and is located on the Carrer Gran de Gràcia next to its junction with the Carrer d'Astúries. It has two tracks, with twin side platforms that are long.

Institut Gestalt
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Verdi 94
Barcelona, Spain 08012

93 237 28 15

INSTITUT GESTALT En el año 1985 fundamos el INSTITUT GESTALT con la vocación de ser un centro vivo y plural, un lugar de estudio, búsqueda y experimentación en los ámbitos culturales y vitales en un sentido amplio; concretamente los campos de la psicoterapia, comunicación, creatividad, relaciones humanas y crecimiento personal. Inscribiéndonos dentro de una visión del ser humano de corte holístico, humanista e integrador. Rápidamente fuimos regalados con la confianza de muchas personas que se acercaban buscando auto conocimiento y aprendizajes de relación y comunicación, o con el objetivo de sanear su afectividad, núcleo común de cualquier problemática grave. Como la confianza genera confianza nos fuimos asentando y sintiendo cada vez más maduros, y un centro de referencia en el mapa de las terapias humanistas, sistémicas e integrativas, con un eje cada vez más espiritual. Al mismo tiempo crecía nuestro eclecticismo y pluralidad, en el sentido de hallar muchos caminos igualmente buenos para el objetivo común de que las personas nos encontremos con nuestra verdad, nuestros recursos y podamos cambiar, realizarnos y florecer. En el año 1995 inauguramos nuestra sede en la calle Verdi, cabiéndonos el honor de ser apadrinados por Claudio Naranjo, al que consideramos nuestro mentor más significativo. Tanto nuestro trabajo personal como el trabajo con las personas, se ha multiplicado en profundidad gracias a las enseñanzas proveídas por él. No sólo herramientas sabias con el Eneagrama, la Meditación, y su particular visión de la terapia en general y de la Terapia Gestalt en particular, sino las actitudes que conllevan implícitas o que transmite por contagio, que resumiríamos en el valor de la presencia, el encuentro y transparencia interpersonal, el recurso de la humanidad y la aceptación del ser. También, lo que en sus palabras de inauguración, venia expresado como la transformación alquímica de la entrega al dolor como reciclaje hacia el amor. Valores que, en conjunto, destilan fe y confianza en la naturaleza humana y en su propia regulación. Suscribimos los valores mencionados como nortes que orientan nuestra tarea, que actualmente se plasma en varias direcciones: La Terapia Gestalt, la PNL (Programación Neuro-Lingüística), diversas líneas de Coaching, las Terapias Corporales, las Constelaciones Familiares y Organizacionales, la Pedagogía Sistémica y Terapia Familiar, la Terapia de Enfoque Breve Humanista y Estratégico, las Terapias Expresivas y Artísticas, y los trabajos Meditativos y Psicoespirituales. En todas nuestras áreas de conocimiento ofrecemos Formación y Ayuda, con lo cual muchos se acercan para aprender y labrarse una profesión y un cuerpo de conocimientos, y otros para encontrar solución y proceso para sus problemas y asuntos de vida. Estos últimos años han sido expansivos, efervescentes y de gran enriquecimiento a través de desarrollos que hemos introducido en España como el Trabajo de Bert Hellinger en Constelaciones Familiares y sus desarrollos en Pedagogía, en Organizaciones y en Salud, y el de los enfoques breves en Terapia Estratégica También nos hemos visto sorprendidos por la variedad de demandas recibidas sobre atención, formación, coaching y supervisión para y en las Organizaciones. Estamos poniendo energía en IG-DO (Desarrollo de las Organizaciones) para sumarnos a la filosofía de Claudio Naranjo de “humanizar la empresa”, llevando a ella nuestros conocimientos sobre relaciones humanas y las leyes del progreso y el bienestar. También decir que hemos asentado con fuerza nuestra editorial Rigden-Institut Gestalt con su difusión de textos en sintonía con nuestro trabajo y con las necesidades psicoespirituales de nuestros tiempos. Nos alegra el funcionamiento fluido del Área Social del Institut creada en el 2002 que ya atiende a distintos colectivos e instituciones. Sintiéndonos ricos en experiencias y sólidos como institución, nos ilusionaba compensar lo mucho recibido y nos planteamos el objetivo de hacer llegar nuestras tareas y conocimientos, sin ánimo de lucro, a colectivos como Asociaciones, ONGs, Agrupaciones de Inmigrantes, etc, que, en condiciones normales, no tendrían acceso. Desde aquí seguimos invitando a cualquier colectivo que lo desee a ponerse en contacto con nosotros. Nuestro deseo es lograr también un cierto impacto social y que lo que podríamos llamar salud afectiva e interpersonal o educación en el amor, se extienda en todas las direcciones y pueda, tal vez, convertirse en una silenciosa fuente de transformación social. Como siempre al presentarnos tratamos de mostrar quiénes somos y qué hacemos. Ojalá nuestra ubicación e identidad profesional destile pluralidad, eclecticismo y deseo de integración según dos máximas que nos guían: a la vez que tratamos de mantener un alma común que nos hace reconocibles, procuramos que “cada colaborador en nuestra organización se desarrolle confiado a su propio estilo, capacidades e inclinaciones profesionales”, y que logremos ser un colectivo en el que verdaderamente “cada miembro quiera pertenecer y se sienta parte del todo”. EQUIPO INSTITUT GESTALT

Casa de les punxes
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avinguda Diagonal, 416
Barcelona, Spain 08037

+34 807 117 700

La Casa de les Punxes ou Casa Terrades est un bâtiment conçu par l'architecte moderniste catalan Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Il est construit à l'intersection des rue du Roussillon, Bruc et de l'avenue Diagonal de Eixample à Barcelone et fut déclaré Bien culturel d’intérêt national le 9 janvier 1976.PrésentationLa maison fut construite en 1905 sur commande des sœurs Terrades qui voulaient fusionner trois immeubles de leur propriété. Puig i Cadafalch projeta un bâtiment d'aspect médiéval, avec des éléments qui rappellent le gothique européen. Une des caractéristiques de ce bâtiment sont sessix tours, couronnées par des pointes singulières et coniques qui valent au bâtiment son surnom de (maison des pointes).La façade fut construite en brique où l'on peut voir des éléments décoratifs ; l'un d'eux qui représente Saint Georges, est suivi de la légende (Saint patron de Catalogne, rend-nous la liberté). La décoration de pierre est ornée de dessins floraux sur les tribunes et balcons est pleinement moderniste. La toiture est à double versant.En 1975 le bâtiment fut déclaré Monument Historique National. En 1980 il fut complètement restauré. Le bâtiment est privé et ne peut être visité.Voir aussiBibliographieLien externe Description et images

Casa de les punxes
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avinguda Diagonal, 416
Barcelona, Spain 08037

+34 807 117 700

La Casa de les Punxes ou Casa Terrades est un bâtiment conçu par l'architecte moderniste catalan Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Il est construit à l'intersection des rue du Roussillon, Bruc et de l'avenue Diagonal de Eixample à Barcelone et fut déclaré Bien culturel d’intérêt national le 9 janvier 1976.PrésentationLa maison fut construite en 1905 sur commande des sœurs Terrades qui voulaient fusionner trois immeubles de leur propriété. Puig i Cadafalch projeta un bâtiment d'aspect médiéval, avec des éléments qui rappellent le gothique européen. Une des caractéristiques de ce bâtiment sont sessix tours, couronnées par des pointes singulières et coniques qui valent au bâtiment son surnom de (maison des pointes).La façade fut construite en brique où l'on peut voir des éléments décoratifs ; l'un d'eux qui représente Saint Georges, est suivi de la légende (Saint patron de Catalogne, rend-nous la liberté). La décoration de pierre est ornée de dessins floraux sur les tribunes et balcons est pleinement moderniste. La toiture est à double versant.En 1975 le bâtiment fut déclaré Monument Historique National. En 1980 il fut complètement restauré. Le bâtiment est privé et ne peut être visité.Voir aussiBibliographieLien externe Description et images

Black & Rad
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Sant Joaquim, 33
Barcelona, Spain 08012

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Lodging Near Gràcia

Platja de la Barceloneta
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
Passeig Maritim de la Barceloneta, 16
Barcelona, Spain 08003

677 211 048

Your gateway to Free Non Stop Partying Every night in Barcelona!!

Ramblas, Plaza Catalunya, España
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Rablas
Barcelona, Spain 08003

AXEL HOTEL BARCELONA
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Aribau, 33
Barcelona, Spain 08011

(+34) 93 323 93 93

Gallery Hotel
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Carrer del Rosselló 249
Barcelona, Spain 08008

+34 934 159 911

La Reconquista Eurostars
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Calle Mallorca, 351
Barcelona, Spain 08013

985241100

Mucho más que un hotel: un símbolo. Mucho más que un alojamiento: el lugar donde reside el saber y el talento. El Eurostars Hotel de La Reconquista es, posiblemente, uno de los establecimientos hoteleros con más solera de España. Tradición, lujo, nobleza y 300 años de historia lo han convertido en un símbolo internacional de Asturias.

Sunotel Central
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 570
Barcelona, Spain 08011

+34934527374

Calafell Platja
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Mas Mel
Calafell, Spain 43820

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Hotel Ciutat de Tarragona
Distance: 3.7 mi Tourist Information
Plaça Europa 9-11
Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain 08908

+34 977 250 999

El Hotel SB Ciutat de Tarragona, en el centro de la Tarraco Romana, a pocos pasos de los vestigios más antiguos de esta ciudad romana, descubre más de 2000 años de historia a través del anfiteatro, el circo, el fórum, y continúa este agradable paseo histórico a través de las murallas, de la catedral, del casco antiguo. Además el hotel se encuentra en un punto estratégico, cerca de centros comerciales , dónde se empieza un agradable paseo por las ramblas. Amplias habitaciones, habitaciones familiares pensadas para los más pequeños, grandes suites para mayor comodidad y románticas jacuzzi suite con vistas a la ciudad. Menú semanal en el restaurante Mare Nostrum con una exquisita cocina mediterránea, o si prefieres descubre nuestra oferta gastronómica en la cafetería Punt de Trobada a pie de calle. Salones para eventos y reuniones y piscina y jacuzzi en la azotea del hotel para disfrutar de un agradable y refrescante baño por todo lo alto.

Hotel Madanis, BCN, Spain
Distance: 2.8 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de la Riera Blanca, 10
Barcelona, Spain

Rock Palace - Sant Jordi Hostels
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Balmes 75
Barcelona, Spain 08007

+34 934 533 281

Husa Tres Torres
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Calatrava, 32 - 34
Barcelona, Spain 08017

Hostal Fernando, Barcelona, Spain
Distance: 2.0 mi Tourist Information
Ferran31
Barcelona, Spain 08002

El Palace Barcelona 1919 Hotel (Ritz) *****
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 668
Barcelona, Spain 08010

+34 935 10 11 30

Badalona Pont Del Petroli.
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
Passeig Maritim
Barcelona, Spain

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Angla Boutique Apartments
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Carrer del Consell de Cent, 207
Barcelona, Spain 08011

0034656851405

Carrer d'Avinyo
Distance: 2.2 mi Tourist Information
Carrer d'Avinyo
Barcelona, Spain 08002

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Youth Hostel Center-Rambles
Distance: 1.9 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de l'Hospital 63
Barcelona, Spain 08001

+34 934 124 069

Hotel Catalunya
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Calle Santa Anna, 24
Barcelona, Spain 08002

933019150

Live & Dream
Distance: 2.5 mi Tourist Information
Rossend Arus, 23
Barcelona, Spain 08014

933329128

Sant Jordi Desvalls
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
17464
Girona, Spain 17464

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Neighborhood Near Gràcia

La Barceloneta, Barcelona
Distance: 2.5 mi Tourist Information
La Barceloneta, Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain 08003

La Barceloneta is a neighborhood in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The neighborhood was constructed during the 18th century for the residents of the Ribera neighborhood who had been displaced by the construction of the Ciutadella of Barcelona. The neighborhood is roughly triangular, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, the Moll d'Espanya of Port Vell, and the El Born neighborhood. This neighborhood even has its own flag. The neighborhood is serviced by its own stop on the Barcelona Metro (L4). This is a good starting point for whatever itinerary there may be to adventure through La Barceloneta. The yellow line, L4, which is the metro line that stops at La Barceloneta, is the most popular for pickpocketing. The neighborhood can also be discovered by taking Las Gorondrinas, which leave from the front port of the Columbus monument. This way the marine strip can be discovered, but the real charm of this neighborhood is by getting lost in the side streets or alleyways. Torre Sant Sebastià is the terminus of the Port Vell Aerial Tramway; opened in 1931, it connects La Barceloneta with Montjuïc across Port Vell.La Barceloneta is known for its sandy beach (which made an appearance in Don Quixote, book 2) and its many restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk. Over the past several years the quality of the sand on the beach has become a source of continued controversy. In February 2008, the World Health Organisation began an inquiry designed to ascertain whether the sand meets WHO beach health and safety guidelines.

Vall d'Hebron
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
Passeig de la Vall d'Hebron, 119-129
Barcelona, Spain 08035

934893000

El Valle de Hebrón es un barrio del distrito de Horta-Guinardó, en la ciudad de Barcelona. Se encuentra en la esquina de la Ronda de Dalt y el Paseo del Valle de Hebrón y en él se puede encontrar el Parque del Valle de Hebrón.Se desarrolló a partir del Plan Comarcal de 1953, con la construcción de polígonos de bloques de viviendas. Con los Juegos Olímpicos de Barcelona de 1992 se reordenó la zona y se amplió el ámbito del polígono, destinándose algunos equipamientos deportivos.En el norte del barrio, cruzando la Ronda de Dalt, se encuentra el barrio de Montbau, donde está el Hospital Universitario Valle de Hebrón, uno de los más importantes de España.Véase también Urbanismo de Barcelona Parque del Valle de Hebrón

Vall d'Hebron
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
Passeig de la Vall d'Hebron, 119-129
Barcelona, Spain 08035

934893000

El Valle de Hebrón es un barrio del distrito de Horta-Guinardó, en la ciudad de Barcelona. Se encuentra en la esquina de la Ronda de Dalt y el Paseo del Valle de Hebrón y en él se puede encontrar el Parque del Valle de Hebrón.Se desarrolló a partir del Plan Comarcal de 1953, con la construcción de polígonos de bloques de viviendas. Con los Juegos Olímpicos de Barcelona de 1992 se reordenó la zona y se amplió el ámbito del polígono, destinándose algunos equipamientos deportivos.En el norte del barrio, cruzando la Ronda de Dalt, se encuentra el barrio de Montbau, donde está el Hospital Universitario Valle de Hebrón, uno de los más importantes de España.Véase también Urbanismo de Barcelona Parque del Valle de Hebrón

El Carmel
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Camí Vell del Coll
Barcelona, Spain 08032

El Carmel, or simply Carmel, is a neighbourhood in the district of Horta-Guinardó, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.Carmel is in the municipal district of Horta-Guinardó. The area was developed mainly in the 1960s and 1970s when immigrant workers, encouraged to move to Barcelona by the government of the dictator Francisco Franco built housing for themselves. The combination of houses, then isolated on the rural hillside of what is now Parc dels Tres Turons ("Three Hills Park"), ad-hoc buildings put up without building permits and more planned urban development has given the area its modern appearance of many buildings piled on the hillside.Carmel became infamous in 2005 when there was a major tunnel construction accident. It brought to a halt the expansion works on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro and led to the evacuation of dozens of buildings in the area. Local residents protested and most of those evacuated to other areas have finally been rehoused and a new school opened. The Barcelona City Council has pledged more investment in the area to improve transport, accessibility and services.

Sant Martí de Provençals
Distance: 2.2 mi Tourist Information
Distrito Sant Marti
Barcelona, Spain 08020

Sant Martí de Provençals is a neighborhood in the Sant Martí district of Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain).Sant Martí de Provençals was the center of the eponymous former municipality, which now more or less coincides with the current district of Sant Martí and which gave its name to the main core of the town. Until the 1950s the area was occupied by fields, country houses and the church of Sant Martí. The population of the district later increased due to the arrival of migratory waves.

Les Corts
Distance: 1.6 mi Tourist Information
Josep Tarradellas
Barcelona, Spain 08029

Les Corts is one of the ten districts into which Barcelona, Spain has been divided up since 1984, numbered IV. It was created in 1897 out of two former municipalities: Les Corts de Sarrià and some parts of Sarrià (the remaining of which went to become the current district of Sarrià-Sant Gervasi). It had 82.588 inhabitants in the 2005 census, which makes it the least populous district of the city.It is located in the western part of the city, next to three other districts of Barcelona : Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, Eixample as well as Sants-Montjuïc, and two municipalities of the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona: L'Hospitalet de Llobregat and Esplugues de Llobregat.EtymologyThe name is not derived from courts, but developed from the Latin cohors, cohortes, as a reference to the local Roman villas and masies which stood there before the 20th-century urbanisation of the area.NeighbourhoodsIt is further divided into the following neighbourhoods:Les CortsPedralbesLa Maternitat i Sant Ramon

Sant Antoni
Distance: 1.9 mi Tourist Information
Penedès 43
Barcelona, Spain 08013

Sant Antoni is a station on line 2 of the Barcelona Metro, opened in 1995. It is located in the Sants-Montjuïc district, under the Ronda de Sant Antoni.The station has tracks on either side of an island platform, with a ticket hall at either end of the station. There are a total of three entrances: two to the south, on c/ Sant Antoni Abat and c/Comte d'Urgell, and one to the north, at c/ Villaroel. The station is wheelchair-accessible.Sant Antoni is widely accepted to be the inspiration to the Wachowski brothers for the Mobil Avenue Train Station program in Matrix Revolutions. The station in the film is a program created to transfer programs from the real world into the Matrix.

Sant Antoni
Distance: 1.9 mi Tourist Information
Penedès 43
Barcelona, Spain 08013

Sant Antoni is a station on line 2 of the Barcelona Metro, opened in 1995. It is located in the Sants-Montjuïc district, under the Ronda de Sant Antoni.The station has tracks on either side of an island platform, with a ticket hall at either end of the station. There are a total of three entrances: two to the south, on c/ Sant Antoni Abat and c/Comte d'Urgell, and one to the north, at c/ Villaroel. The station is wheelchair-accessible.Sant Antoni is widely accepted to be the inspiration to the Wachowski brothers for the Mobil Avenue Train Station program in Matrix Revolutions. The station in the film is a program created to transfer programs from the real world into the Matrix.

Vall d'Hebron
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
Passeig de la Vall d'Hebron, 119-129
Barcelona, Spain 08035

934893000

Vall d'Hebron is a neighborhood in the Horta-Guinardó district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.Four venues in the area hosted competitions for the 1992 Summer Olympics.The Barcelona Metro line L3 stations of Vall d'Hebron, Montbau and Mundet are all situated on the northern boundary of the neighbourhood, under the Ronda de Dalt. Vall d'Hebron station is also served by line L5.Despite its name, the Hospital Universitari Vall d'Hebron is not in the neighborhood of la Vall d'Hebron, but rather in the neighborhood of Montbau, on the other side of Ronda de Dalt.

La Bordeta
Distance: 2.8 mi Tourist Information
Carrer De La Constitució
Barcelona, Spain 08014

Carrer D'Aragó
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Carrer d'Aragó
Barcelona, Spain 08009

Camp de l'Arpa
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Passeig De Maragall
Barcelona, Spain 08041

Camp de l'Arpa is a station on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro. It is named after the neighbourhood of the same name in the Sant Martí district.The station is located underneath Carrer Indústria, between Passeig Maragall and Carrer Guinardó. It was opened in 1970.The side-platform station has a ticket hall on either end, each with one access, on Carrer Indústria and Passeig Maragall.

Camp de l'Arpa
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Passeig De Maragall
Barcelona, Spain 08041

Camp de l'Arpa is a station on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro. It is named after the neighbourhood of the same name in the Sant Martí district.The station is located underneath Carrer Indústria, between Passeig Maragall and Carrer Guinardó. It was opened in 1970.The side-platform station has a ticket hall on either end, each with one access, on Carrer Indústria and Passeig Maragall.

Sant Antoni Maria Claret
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Carrer De Bailèn
Barcelona, Spain 08025

Tres Torres
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
Ronda General Mitre 67
Barcelona, Spain 08017

602680458

Badal (Barcelona Metro)
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
rambla de badal
Barcelona, Spain 08028

Badal is a station on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro.The station is located underneath Carrer de Sants, between Carrer Arizala and Carrer Sant Feliu de Guíxols. It was opened in 1969.The side-platform station has a ticket hall on either end, the western one with two accesses at Carrer Arizala and Carrer Carreras Candi, the eastern one with one access at Carrer de Sants.

Badal (Barcelona Metro)
Distance: 2.6 mi Tourist Information
rambla de badal
Barcelona, Spain 08028

Badal is a station on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro.The station is located underneath Carrer de Sants, between Carrer Arizala and Carrer Sant Feliu de Guíxols. It was opened in 1969.The side-platform station has a ticket hall on either end, the western one with two accesses at Carrer Arizala and Carrer Carreras Candi, the eastern one with one access at Carrer de Sants.

Trinitat Nova
Distance: 3.2 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de Vila-Real
Barcelona, Spain 08033

673868276

Trinitat Nova is a Barcelona Metro station, named after the nearby La Trinitat Nova neighbourhood, in the Nou Barris district of the city of Barcelona. The station is served by lines L3, L4 and L11.Lines L4 and L11 share a single island platform, which is located underneath Carrer Aiguablava. Trains on line L4 enter and leave from the south end of the platform and normally terminate on the eastern side of the platform, whilst trains on line L11 enter and leave from the other end and terminate on the other side of the platform. Line L3 uses a separate 100m island platform, situated between Carrer Aiguablava and Carrer Chafarinas. The two platforms are linked by underground passageways.The first section of the station was opened in 1999, with the extension of L4 from what is now Via Júlia station. Line L11 was opened in 2003, as a light rail extension to line L4, towards Can Cuiàs station and sharing line L4's platforms. Line L3 arrived at Trinitat Nova on 4 October 2008, with its own platforms.

Sant Genís dels Agudells
Distance: 2.0 mi Tourist Information
Sant Genís dels Agudells
Barcelona, Spain 08035

Sant Genís dels Agudells is a neighborhood in the Horta-Guinardó district of Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain).

Greenardó
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
c/ anna maria martinez sagi 39
Barcelona, Spain 08041

93 446 29 11

Vacation Home Rental Near Gràcia

Apartments Barcelona
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Rambla de Cataluña 87
Barcelona, Spain 08008

(+34) 93 487 32 93

We are local holiday apartments rental agency and we definitely know how to make your family holidays, weekend off with friends, business trip, or study abroad in Barcelona as smooth as it could be. We have been providing our guests with short-term holiday and long-term apartments by months for more over 10 years. Representing more than 300 apartments in the most centric areas of Barcelona, from budget studios and 1-bedroom apartments to designer's lofts, family 6-bedroom apartments and exclusive duplex with views to the city. Stay tuned to get smart tips about our city, season sales and shop deals, restaurants and bars with unique atmosphere and cuisine, discounts and promotions on our website. www.apartmentsbarcelona.com

Bonavista Apartments Barcelona
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Bonavista, 4
Barcelona, Spain 08012

+34935181263

The Urban Suites
Distance: 2.1 mi Tourist Information
C/Sant Nicolau 1-3
Barcelona, Spain 08014

+34-932015164

Diagonal Flats
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Avinguda de la Diagonal 245
Barcelona, Spain 08013

+34 616 966 011

We are a young and dynamic team of professionals in tourism and real estate management. Our aim is to provide visitors with cosy and comfortable accommodation so that you may fully enjoy your stay in Barcelona. Our flats are located in different areas, all safe and close to the city centre. We guarantee clean, well-equipped apartments. We also have a 24 hour customer care telephone line. ----- Somos una empresa dinámica y joven compuesta por profesionales del sector turístico de diferentes nacionalidades con sede en Barcelona especializada en el alquiler de apartamentos vacacionales de corta y media estancia. Con más de 7 años de experiencia y una amplia oferta de más de 80 apartamentos ubicados en el corazón de Barcelona: Borne, Sagrada Familia y Eixample, nuestro principal objetivo es satisfacer las necesidades de nuestros clientes y conseguir así que su estancia en nuestra ciudad sea totalmente satisfactoria. Ofrecemos una alternativa a los hoteles tradicionales con una amplía variedad de apartamentos totalmente equipados, con encanto, prácticos, modernos y adaptados a todo tipo de presupuestos y perfiles. Para cualquier tipo de información adicional o consulta no dude en contactarnos por e-mail : info@diagonalflats.com o llamando al teléfono (0034) 616966011. www.diagonalflats.com Join us: Twitter: http://twitter.com/Diagonalflats Blog: http://diagonalflats.wordpress.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DiagonalFlats Foursquare: http://foursquare.com/diagonalflats Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/118339066416129932258

BcnStop Parc Güell
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de bolivar 17
Barcelona, Spain 08023

+34660870671

Los Apartamentos BcnStop Parc Güell están situados en el barrio de Gracia de Barcelona, a pocos minutos del Parc Güell. Es un barrio seguro, tranquilo, característico y céntrico de la ciudad dónde los huéspedes podrán encontrar todo tipo de restaurantes y bares con agradables terrazas. Los apartamentos están muy bien comunicados con el resto de la ciudad, a menos de 10 minutos de las Ramblas y la Plaza de Catalunya en transporte público. La parada de autobús más cercana está a 25 metros (también funciona durante las noches) y la de metro a 250 metros. Para las personas que se desplacen en coche, se dispone de un aparcamiento privado propio a tan solo 40 metros. Los apartamentos son totalmente nuevos, muy luminosos y la mayoría con terraza o balcón. Están amueblados, tienen uno o dos baños completos y la cocina está totalmente equipada con todos los utensilios necesarios. Todos ellos disponen de aire acondicionado, TV y Wi-FI gratuito. Dentro de nuestros servicios se incluye la limpieza diaria del apartamento y el cambio de las sábanas y toallas. En la recepción disponemos de servicio de lavandería, venta de bebidas, información turística, venta e impresión de entradas y billetes y ordenador. ------------------------------------------------------------ The BcnStop Parc Güell apartmets are placed in the Gràcia district of Barcelona, a few minutes from the Parc Güell. It’s a very calm, secure and typical district where you will be able to find all kinds of restaurants and agreeable outside cafes. They are well communicated from the rest of the city, only 10 minutes in public transport to the Ramblas and Plaça Catalunya. The nearest bus stop is at 25 meters (it also works at nights) and the one from the subway at 250 meters. We also have our private parking just at 40 meters from the apartments. The apartments are totally renovated, very luminous and most of it with terrace or balcony. They are furnished, with one or two complete bathroom’s and a totally equipped kitchen with fridge, microwave and all the necessary utensils. All of them have air conditioning, TV and free Wi-FI. The daily room's cleaning as linen and towels change it's included in our services. In the reception we have a drink vending machine, a laundry service, a computer and we can buy and print your tickets. The personal of the reception will indicate you any information you need during your stay. HUTB-004039-004041

Gaudi's Nest Apartments
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de Lepant, 273
Barcelona, Spain 08013

(+34) 609 855 894

Mercedes Heritage Barcelona Apartments
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Provença , 131
Barcelona, Spain 08036

933488287

Mercedes Heritage Barcelona Suites Apartments es una empresa propietaria de un edificio especializada en gestión de apartamentos desde 1954 y apartamentos turísticos desde hace 3 años. Disponemos de 15 apartamentos muy espaciosos, luminosos e insonorizados de una a cuatro habitaciones desde 45 hasta 92 m2 y de diferentes categorías: Luxury, Luxury con terrazza y Superiores.

Gracia Bas Apartments, Pere Serafi, 1, Barcelona
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de Pere Serafí, 1
Barcelona, Spain 08012

+34 647 16 12 99

Stay Barcelona Apartments
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
C/Ausiàs March, 71
Barcelona, Spain 08013

(+34) 935 141 659 // (+34) 673 311 347

Stay Barcelona Apartments is a company founded with the purpose of offering a rental service of tourist apartments and apartments for long stays in Barcelona’s city. Over time, we have been increasing our offer and we are present in Mallorca and Ibiza. Soon you also will find us in Menorca and Sicilia. http://staybarcelonaapartments.com/blog/ https://twitter.com/StayBarcelonaap

Lodging Apartments
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Aragó, 373
Barcelona, Spain 08013

+34931146004

LodgingApartments is a company specialized in offering short-term rental apartments on the best locations of Barcelona, Costa Brava, Ibiza, Mallorca & Marrakech. With a staff of professionals in the technological and tourist fields, our purpose is your satisfaction. For this reason we keep improving our services every day to give you the best offers and options on housing and tourism.

Oh-Barcelona.com - it's ALL about Barcelona
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Roger de Lluria, 50, 1
Barcelona, Spain 08009

Based in Barcelona for the past 16 years, we’re a team of around 70 professional Europhiles, focused on making sure our clients enjoy the continent’s cities as much as we do. ‘Oh’ is an abbreviation of our company name (Open House), and has come to represent the pride we take in what we do, the professionalism we bring to our work and the fun we have doing it.

Sweet BCN Touristic Accommodations
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avinguda Diagonal 392
Barcelona, Spain 08037

(0034) 651521158

Sweet BCN Touristic Accommodations offers quality, comfortable, and affordable options of accomodation for our guests visiting the city of Barcelona. Our well trained staff with guest oriented attitude, compliments our company´s values of trust, flexibility, and professionalism; allowing us to offer our guests accomodation added to a better personal experience of the city. Our accommodation options vary from fully equipped turistic apartments, to an 8 bedroom guest house with personalized guest service. // Sweet BCN Alojamientos Turísticos ofrece opciones de hospedaje limpias, cómodas y asequibles a nuestros huéspedes visitando Barcelona. Nuestro staff está bien entrenado hacia una orientación pensada en nuestros huéspedes, complementando los valores de nuestra compañía de confianza, flexibilidad, y profesionalismo; permitiéndonos ofrecer a nuestros huéspedes alojamiento añadido a una mejor experiencia personal de la ciudad. Sweet BCN es una empresa joven dedicada a la gestión de alojamientos turísticos en la ciudad de Barcelona.

Dailyflats Sagrada Familia Complex Comfort
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Travessera de Gràcia, 343
Barcelona, Spain 08025

+34 934 355 577

An apartment in Barcelona where everything makes you feel like home. A place where to wrap oneself up in a white sheetand wake up with the smooth morning sun, prepare some coffee and think about what you want to do during the day. Dailyflats Sagrada Família LUX fuses warmth and design to propose a space where you feel calm, relaxed and prepared for a journey through this wonderful city.

Airbnb Spain & Portugal HQ
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
Passeig de Gràcia, 6
Barcelona, Spain 08007

OK Apartment
Distance: 1.8 mi Tourist Information
Villarroel 1, entresuelo 2
Barcelona, Spain 08011

+(34)9333255027

Follow us for the latest tourist information on Barcelona and let us help with your vacation to this wonderful city. We offer accommodation with the best value for money. Book your holiday apartments safe online, save with our discount card and get a practical travel guide with maps and advice. Check out our "blog tour" and "online guide" to get ideas to make the most of your stay in Barcelona, Madrid, Sitges or Costa Brava. Book your holidays apartments directly online and enjoy your own home while traveling. An experience you will never forget! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch us: We speak English, Español, Français, Italiano, Nederlands and Deutsch! Find us on: twitter: @ok-apartment youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/OkApartmentLtd flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ok-apartment

RentTheSun.com
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de Tuset 19
Barcelona, Spain 08006

+34 656 374 579

About us: We are committed to maximising our customers' enjoyment, giving them the opportunity to have a pleasant, comfortable stay in our apartments. There are three basic principles on which our business is based in order to provide our customers with the very best: TOP QUALITY: we have the most select set of apartments, fitted out with every detail (TV, kitchen and air conditioning, etc.), providing a place to stay full of comfort that will make you feel right at home in our apartments ... or even better! EXCEPTIONAL LOCATIONS: depending on our customers' needs and tastes, we offer apartments in a variety of areas. You can choose between staying in peaceful places far from the hustle and bustle of the cities or in areas where there is constant rush and excitement, where you can enjoy the exciting and cultural daytime or the lively, untiring night-time to the full. EXCLUSIVE, PERSONAL SERVICE: our team has just one aim: making your stay in our city unforgettable, so, right from the start of the booking process, we make sure to give our customers the very best service. Please do not hesitate to contact us, we will be delighted to help! Our reward is the satisfaction of knowing that everyone who travels with RentTheSun.com will come back again. The loyalty that our hard work inspires is the result of the excellent service we offer all travelers who place their trust in us and introduce us to new, future customers who do not hesitate to contact us when they next come to stay in Barcelona. That is the best advertising we could have!

Barcelona sweet home
Distance: 2.1 mi Tourist Information
Calle San Rafael
Barcelona, Spain 08001

+33607887682 +33659893732

BcnStop Sagrada Familia
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Travesera de Gracia 441
Barcelona, Spain 08025

+34660870671

Dailyflats
Distance: 1.7 mi Tourist Information
Villarroel 28
Barcelona, Spain 08011

+34 934 355 577

Dailyflats is pioneer on professionally managed holiday apartments and vacation rentals in Barcelona. We have a wide array of holiday and business apartments to rent for days, full-equipped with everything necessary during your stay. Book on-line now your Barcelona apartment in the city center and get the smartest way to enjoy your trips, so you can customize the city at your own.

Bona Vista
Distance: 2.1 mi Tourist Information
Segur de Calafell
Barcelona, Spain 08870

Reihenhaus (140 m² inklusive Terrassen) mit Meeresblick für 6 - 8 Personen. Es verfügt über einen gemütlichen (mit Parkett ausgestatteter) Wohnraum mit angrenzender Küche, jung und modern eingerichtet, mit Panoramablick aufs Meer. Sie haben direkten Zugang vom Haus zum Pool (Gemeinschaftspool von 8 Reihenhäusern). Das gesamte Haus ist modern eingerichtet und verfügt insgesamt über 4 Terrassen davon eine große Sonnendachterrasse. Neubau: Fertigstellung Mai 2006. Urlaub im Ferienhaus Bona Vista: Gästebuch- Bericht Urlaub im Ferienhaus Bona Vista in Segur de Calafell: Das Ferienhaus liegt ca. 2km oberhalb des Ortes Segur de Calafell und verfügt über einen sehr weitsichtigen Fernblick über die Stadt bis zum Meer. Das Ferienhaus entspricht allen Beschreibungspunkten, wie es im Prospekt oder im Internet angekündigt wird. Einzuordnen ist das Haus in die gehobene Klasse, wenn nicht sogar luxuriös, da in der guten Ausstattung noch zusätzlich Waschmaschine, Garage, Sommermöbel, Pool, Geschirrspüler und Bettwäsche bereit standen. Das Haus ist sehr geräumig mit großem Wohnzimmer, 3 WC´s, 2 Bädern, Super-Küche und macht auch einen sehr hellen und freundlichen Eindruck. In der Küche fehlt es an rein gar nichts und selbst bei Reise- Ankunft waren einige Lebensmittel als Erstausstattung für Neu-Ankömmlinge vorhanden. Das Haus ist hervorragend für Familien mit Kindern (4 Schlafzimmer!) geeignet. Wifi über USB Stick und Router.

Landmark Near Gràcia

ARTESANO GRÀCIA
Distance: 0.1 mi Tourist Information
Argentona, 9 baixos
Barcelona, Spain 08024

649640946

Arte Sano Multiespacio fue creado para unificar terapias naturales, belleza y arte, como camino hacia la percepción y el equilibrio, para aquellas personas que quieran profundizar en su bienestar físico y emocional.

El 7dos
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Carrer de Verdi 72
Barcelona, Spain 08012

616263984

El 7dos és un Coworking amb tot el necessari per treballar i un ambient genial. Estem a Gràcia, a Verdi 72. Per estar informat de tot el que fem ens pots seguir a aquesta pàgina de Facebook, al nostre Twitter (@coworking7dos) i a la web www.coworking7dos.com Viu l'experiència 7dos! _______ El 7dos es un Coworking con todo lo necesario para trabajar y un ambiente genial. Estamos en Gràcia, en la calle Verdi 72. Para estar informado de todo lo que hacemos nos puedes seguir en esta página de Facebook, en el Twitter (@coworking7dos) y a la web www.coworking7dos.com ¡Vive la experiencia 7dos!

OSLO
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Torrent de l' Olla 164
Barcelona, Spain 08012

931056437

Oslo Barcelona és una associació d'artistes i artesans, situat al barri de Gràcia, a Barcelona. Un espai on mostrem el nostre art de forma directa, sense intermediaris.

Black & Rad
Distance: 0.2 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Sant Joaquim, 33
Barcelona, Spain 08012

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We are form BCN. We are Outlaw. We are Back & Rad. The Blackmedia brand new studio & Headquarters. www.blackandrad.com http://vimeo.com/blackmedia

Sunsais
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Ramón y Cajal, 34
Barcelona, Spain 08012

935163379

Nuestro lema” Trust what you wear” pretende despertar la reflexión en el consumidor con respecto a los principios que se interponen a la hora de decidir dónde, cómo y por qué comprar moda ecológica o sostenible. Por medio de SUNSAIS promovemos un espacio potencial para estimular la moda sostenible con los siguientes objetivos: * Incentivar a profesionales de la moda para que incorporen tejidos ecológicos en sus diseños. * Sensibilizar a consumidores sobre los problemas ambientales y sociales ligados a la producción textil * Potenciar y revalorar el mercado de productos textiles sostenibles como concepto de vanguardia Una oportunidad para la experimentación textil, los tejidos, procesos artesanales y reutilización como herramientas asociadas a la moda.

Davis Museum
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
C/Puigmartí 7, 1, 2, 08012
Barcelona, Spain 08012

Davis Museum was founded in Barcelona and online in 2009, by Davis Lisboa. It is the smallest contemporary art museum in the world. It has its own permanent contemporary art collection, located in Barcelona, Catalonia . Davis Museum is also a ready-made sculpture and a collaborative and collective work of art. The Museum is a non-profit artistic project that organizes and produces exhibitions, encourages research and promotes contemporary art exhibitions all over the world. In Barcelona, the museum realises itself by showing one artwork of its collection at a time in a cube of acrylic glass.Davis Museum has travelling exhibitions to other museums, cultural centers and institutions, nationally and internationally. The projects mission is the selection, presentation, study, dissemination and preservation of contemporary art by emerging and renowned artists from around the world. And also to question the notion of a museum. The Davis Museum collection of contemporary art has been recognized by the Generalitat de Catalunya .Whenever Davis Museum receives a new work of art as donation for its collection, its founder, Davis Lisboa, tries to produce a video about the work in collaboration with the artist, the artwork, and with an art institution.

Plaça de Lesseps, Barcelona
Distance: 0.4 mi Tourist Information
Plaça Lesseps
Barcelona, Spain 08023

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Plaça de Lesseps is a square serving as the border between the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and Gràcia district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, loosely divided in two parts. One of the most heavily transited squares in the city, Lesseps is the starting point of one of Barcelona's busiest rondes: Ronda del General Mitre, as well as being the west end of Carrer Gran de Gràcia and being crossed by a number of streets, namely: Travessera de Dalt, Avinguda del Príncep d'Astúries, Avinguda de Vallcarca, Avinguda de la República Argentina, Carrer del Torrent de l'Olla, Carrer de la Mare de Déu del Coll, Carrer de Santa Perpètua, Carrer de Maignon and Carrer de Pérez Galdós.A traditionally arbored spot of the city, it's been under heavy reforms for years to move the route of the aforementioned rondes, allowing the square to become a more pedestrian-friendly place while easing the heavy traffic that crosses it on a daily basis.The square is named after Ferdinand de Lesseps, the developer of the Suez Canal. Earlier in his career, De Lesseps was the French consul in Barcelona. He is known in Barcelona for having intervened against the 1842 bombing of the city ordered by General Baldomero Espartero and Captain-General Juan Van Halen. Before 1895 the square had been known as Josepets, after the 1626 convent of Santa Maria de Gràcia, also known as Els Josepets", which remained a popular name for the square, although now outdated.

Sibaritas Cannabis Club
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Camps i Fabrés 3
Barcelona, Spain 08006

93 238 02 74

Desde la primavera de 2013, Sibaritas Cannabis Club lidera en Barcelona un avanzado concepto del uso terapéutico del cannabis, plenamente enmarcado en la fitoterapia, en armonía con su consumo responsable y recreativo. Mientras el cáñamo fue utilizado con fines artesanales desde el III milenio a.C., el principio activo de la planta, el THC, lo ha sido para otros recreativos y medicinales. Hoy, en plena era tecnológica, gracias a los progresos en su conocimiento, demuestra ser un eficaz competidor para aliviar diversas dolencias frente a muchos productos de laboratorio. En ello ocupa su investigación el tutor científico de nuestro Centro, Doctor en Medicina Don Modesto Guerola, especialista certificado en cirugía angiológica y vascular, miembro de prestigiosas sociedades científicas y autor del primer implante mundial de un marcapasos a recién nacidos. Una autoridad en la materia que valora objetivamente las medicinas más clásicas, aquellas que nos ofrece el reino vegetal, y entre ellas las diversas variedades de Cannabis cuya administración y uso autoriza la ley vigente. Nuestra filosofía es ofrecer un alto índice de calidad e informar al usuario. En el primer aspecto, sólo dispensamos productos de los mejores cultivos, procedentes de semillas seleccionadas y bajo una atención personalizada. En el segundo, creemos que una buena información es la base para el consumo responsable. Para ello ponemos a disposición de nuestros socios un buen número de publicaciones nacionales e internacionales, organizamos coloquios, debates y conferencias y, en caso oportuno, encaminamos las consultas hacia el dictamen del Dr. Modesto Guerola. Las instalaciones de Sibaritas Cannabis Club se alejan del modelo holandés para seguir las últimas tendencias de California, donde nos llevan 30 años de adelanto en las aplicaciones y distribución del cannabis: salas diáfanas, bien iluminadas, con mobiliario claro y acogedor y música en alta fidelidad, creando un ambiente muy cool, orientado a la socialización y a las tertulias. Nuestro Centro no es un coffee-shop ni un bar –pese a ofrecer un servicio de refrescos y café–, sino un lugar de encuentro social para las personas interesadas en la cultura del cannabis. Quienes deseen disfrutar de un ambiente más informal, sin embargo, disponen de otras salas con más colorido, pantallas de video, los últimos éxitos musicales en alta fidelidad, juegos, futbolines y lectura. En su decoración han trabajado algunos de los mejores ilustradores, cuyos grafittis evocan tanto motivos del arte urbano de California como de la propia Barcelona. En este espacio, reservado al consumo recreativo de nuestros productos, organizaremos en breve un programa de conciertos en directo con música de jazz, urbana y experimental. Nuestro compromiso es convertir Sibaritas Cannabis Club, surgido de un proyecto familiar, en la realidad capaz de conectar la utilización terapéutica del cannabis con el uso recreativo. Evitar a ambas clases de consumidores su exposición al mercadeo furtivo, ofreciendo un producto cien por cien fiable y un asesoramiento acreditado.

VERDeMANDARINA
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
carrer de Sant Cristòfol, 11
Barcelona, Spain 08012

931875001

un espacio con detalles para ti, para tu hogar, y para quien tú quieras... aires vintage y un rincón para el artista invitado. juntos organizamos talleres de repostería y de manualidades, para pequeños, para mayores, o para todos juntos, y tomamos pasteles a la hora del té. ven y descubre si es tan especial para ti como lo es para todos los que participamos en el proyecto ;-)

Dir Gràcia
Distance: 0.5 mi Tourist Information
Gran de Gràcia, 37
Barcelona, Spain 08012

934 15 55 50

La Festa Gracia
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Barri de Gracia
Barcelona, Spain 08012

687141133

Casa de les punxes
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Avinguda Diagonal, 416
Barcelona, Spain 08037

+34 807 117 700

La Casa de les Punxes ou Casa Terrades est un bâtiment conçu par l'architecte moderniste catalan Josep Puig i Cadafalch. Il est construit à l'intersection des rue du Roussillon, Bruc et de l'avenue Diagonal de Eixample à Barcelone et fut déclaré Bien culturel d’intérêt national le 9 janvier 1976.PrésentationLa maison fut construite en 1905 sur commande des sœurs Terrades qui voulaient fusionner trois immeubles de leur propriété. Puig i Cadafalch projeta un bâtiment d'aspect médiéval, avec des éléments qui rappellent le gothique européen. Une des caractéristiques de ce bâtiment sont sessix tours, couronnées par des pointes singulières et coniques qui valent au bâtiment son surnom de (maison des pointes).La façade fut construite en brique où l'on peut voir des éléments décoratifs ; l'un d'eux qui représente Saint Georges, est suivi de la légende (Saint patron de Catalogne, rend-nous la liberté). La décoration de pierre est ornée de dessins floraux sur les tribunes et balcons est pleinement moderniste. La toiture est à double versant.En 1975 le bâtiment fut déclaré Monument Historique National. En 1980 il fut complètement restauré. Le bâtiment est privé et ne peut être visité.Voir aussiBibliographieLien externe Description et images

Pàdua
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Balmes, 338
Barcelona, Spain 08006

932122228

Pàdua is a station of the Barcelona Metro on the FGC-operated line L7 (also known as Línia de Balmes). The station is situated under Carrer de Balmes.The station opened in 1953 with the opening of the line from Gràcia railway station to Avinguda Tibidabo.The station has twin tracks, with two long side platforms.

Espai Alsesa
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
Carrer Roger de Lluria, 122
Barcelona, Spain 08037

933423950

Calle Tuset de Barcelona
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Calle Tuset
Barcelona, Spain 08006

Sutton Club VIP
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Calle Tuset, 13
Barcelona, Spain 08006

(+34) 677 118 421

Situado en la zona alta de la ciudad, Sutton Club se ha convertido, desde su inauguración en el año 2001, en la discoteca más glamurosa y de moda de Barcelona. Sus 1.000 metros cuadrados están equipados con iluminación y sonido de gran calidad y última generación. Dispone de un gran escenario apto para conciertos, equipado con pantalla gigante y proyector. Cuenta, asimismo, con pasarelas para desfiles y módulos para presentaciones de todo tipo, lo que hace que sean muchas las empresas de distintos sectores que utilizan sus instalaciones únicas para la presentación de sus productos. La cabina del DJ está equipada con los mejores equipos y tecnología del momento. La zona de fumadores, con ionizadores, está debidamente aislada del resto del local. Los clientes habituales de Sutton Club tienen un abanico de edades desde los 25 hasta los 40 años. Son modernos y con un nivel socio-económico medio alto-alto. Dispone de dos áreas vips en la sala principal, para quienes saben apreciar un ambiente grato y un servicio exclusivo. La espaciosa pista de baile, con sus proyectores, flashes y scanners, crea un fantástico ambiente de luz y color que invita a bailar o hablar mientras se disfruta de una copa. Han pasado por nuestras instalaciones actores como Nicolás Cage, deportistas como Pau Gasol, Ronaldhino, Deco, Ronaldo, Puyol, Gemma Mengual y Rafa Nadal, pilotos como Jorge Lorenzo o Dani Pedrosa, cantantes como Miguel Bosé, Terence Trent Darby, La Quinta Estación, El Chico de la Peca, la Unión, personalidades del mundo de la moda, como Custo Dalmau, Rosa Clará, Purificación García, etc., además de personalidades del ámbito empresarial, literario, artístico, político… Sutton Club es el punto de encuentro de la gente con estilo de la ciudad y una visita ineludible para quienes la visitan.

Sagrades Tannines
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Pasaje Simón 20
Barcelona, Spain 08925

600483799

Ofrecemos vinos TRANQUILOS, tintos con personalidad ¡rosados sorprendentes! CENAS, comidas, picoteo, aperitivos, vermuts. Un lugar informal, exquisito, acogedor... para tomar una copa de buen vino

Ionoi, espacio creativo
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Mallorca, 348 bajos
Barcelona, Spain 08013

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Los espacios que lo componen, abiertos y comunicados entre sí, ofrecen la posibilidad de crear diferentes ambientes. Ionoi es un espacio muy versátil y funcional donde mostrar y vender tu idea… una presentación de producto, una exposición, una rueda de prensa, un shooting, un desfile, un pop-up store, un market, un showroom… Te ofrecemos un lugar donde tener tu propio espacio las horas o días que necesites. Ionoi es un espacio diáfano y multifuncional de 300m2. -Dos entradas independientes y directas a pie de calle. -Paredes de ladrillo blanco. -Techos abovedados de 5 metros de altura. -Suelo de madera. -Parrilla para sujeción adaptable de la iluminación. -Cocina office. -Dos aseos. -Sistema de climatización. -Proyector y pantalla. -ADSL -Aforo de 150 personas.

Sutton Club Barcelona - Lista & VIP list
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
C/ Tuset, 3
Barcelona, Spain 08006

(+34) 677 118 421 (Bruno)

Privé, the coolest place in the vibrant city of Barcelona where you can eat, drink, socialize, love and party. An exclusive venue for selected and successful individuals. Why exclusive?, Because to be admitted, it won’t be about how much you have, it will be about how much you desire it. We are very sorry but money cannot buy everything... Well, a lot of money, maybe :). ______________________________________________________________________ Efectivamente, Barcelona ya nunca será la misma. Privé es el Restaurante/Club más cool en Barcelona donde comer, beber, socializar, amar y hacer la fiesta. Un lugar exclusivo para gente selecta y exitosa. Por qué exclusivo?, Porque para poder ser admitido, no será cuestión de cuanto poseas, sino de cuanto lo deseas. Lo sentimos pero el dinero no lo compra todo... Bueno, mucho dinero tal vez :).

El Carmel
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
Camí Vell del Coll
Barcelona, Spain 08032

El Carmel, or simply Carmel, is a neighbourhood in the district of Horta-Guinardó, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.Carmel is in the municipal district of Horta-Guinardó. The area was developed mainly in the 1960s and 1970s when immigrant workers, encouraged to move to Barcelona by the government of the dictator Francisco Franco built housing for themselves. The combination of houses, then isolated on the rural hillside of what is now Parc dels Tres Turons ("Three Hills Park"), ad-hoc buildings put up without building permits and more planned urban development has given the area its modern appearance of many buildings piled on the hillside.Carmel became infamous in 2005 when there was a major tunnel construction accident. It brought to a halt the expansion works on line 5 of the Barcelona Metro and led to the evacuation of dozens of buildings in the area. Local residents protested and most of those evacuated to other areas have finally been rehoused and a new school opened. The Barcelona City Council has pledged more investment in the area to improve transport, accessibility and services.