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If your nearby this a really interesting place to visit , gives you a insight into Barcelona history without having info thrust in your face . If like me your totally against bull fighting it is still a awesome building and you can sense the...More
The bullring was open just after 10am and we paid the man €6 each. We were allowed to access the bullring and museum of our own accord and wander around. The bullring was bigger than I expected. The museum is small however shows the different...More
Cheap entry and well worth a look. It was very quiet when we went which meant we could have a proper look round. The stands are very high up and made me feel a little queasy. The museum part is small but is a nice...More
€6 entry, well worth it! You can walk/sit around the bull ring and enter the main arena. Small museum included old outfits of the matadors, real bull models and additional information is provided in multiple languages. Would highly recommend :) easy to get to from...More
stumbled upon this place as the start of our visit to Barcelona and there was a music and food festival. For the 3 Euros entrance we were treated to market stalls with food and jewelry. Inside there was music both live and a disco with...More
Have just visited the old bull ring it was only €6 each to get in and you can go pretty much anywhere in the stadium there is a little museum with a very friendly man to show you around it is well worth the visit
Despite arriving during the alleged opening hours (1600H) the gates were locked. There were 5 other tourists trying to get in, including an elderly man from Catalonia. We peered through the filthy windows of the ticket office and saw a man sat inside, reading a...More
Passing through the glorious Plaça Catalunya, you enter the newer city district of Eixample, literally translated as “extension,” which immediately becomes recognisable by its more spacious streets and elegant atmosphere. The main artery of this sizable district, Passeig de Gracia, is lined with high-end international designer stores. Not to be outdone, the glitz and glamour of this zone is perhaps best
exemplified by the comfortable and lavish five-star hotels that flank the divine and modernistic buildings from some of the world’s most recognised architects such as Gaudi and Montaner.