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Go during the day. Fantastic to walk around and see the sites. At night the demographic changes and can be a little iffy. Would not really recommend it during this time. Quiet area, just like the city as a whole.
We rented an apartment behind the Museo de Carnaval for about 2 weeks. We really felt like we were in touch with the city, with our view of the port, and our daily walks exploring. We liked the old buildings, the street art, and seeing...More
I was expecting more life in this part of the city. I was there on Saturday morning, maybe it is the reason it was so much quite. The old city is full of beautiful building with English architecture. There are some very interesting area and...More
I am a firm believer in keeping the old around or repurposing it and this place does just that. Old and new live side by side and I love that the architecture remains to give one a sense of time past. Plus it makes for...More
Walked from the Rambla to the outdoor market, had a Chivito and a beer at the outdoor cafe, and walked to the center of the Ciudad Vieja. Great architecture, relaxing vibe. The city feels safe, and slow paced, with people strolling, chatting and sipping yerba...More
Really enjoyed doing a few walks and attractions in the area it feels very South American and quite similar to Valparaiso in Chile. At night away from the central plaza area it is a little bit scatty with drug dealers and beggars so I would...More
Walking around Old Town immediately reminded me of strolling around Europe. From winding streets to haute architecture, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’re wandering around Madrid.
Old Town is home to a variety of companies as well as the port market, indie shops and an...More