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Where to stay near Gothic Quarter

Exploring Gothic Quarter

The Gothic Quarter, known in Spanish as Barri Gotic, is Barcelona’s oldest and most medieval-rich district. This fascinating neighbourhood rests in the heart of Ciutat Vella, Barcelona’s Old Town. It addition to truly mesmerising attractions set amid its winding historic streets, the Gothic Quarter’s labyrinth of 2,000-year-old underground foundations are also worth visiting. From the thriving ambience of Placa Reial to the wondrous exhibitions of the Museum of Barcelona, the well-preserved Gothic Quarter will entertain and captivate tourists.

Not surprisingly, this ancient district of Barcelona is also the centre of the city. Therefore most of Barcelona’s public transportation networks lead here. Of course, once tourists have arrived, exploring the medieval nooks, crannies, and remarkable structures should be done on foot. Millions of tourists flock to this intriguing pocket of Barcelona annually, and as a result, the Gothic Quarter has a plethora of fine accommodation, ranging from inexpensive yet comfortable bed and breakfasts to lavish hotels.


Accommodations near Gothic Quarter

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Barcelona is the Ramblas Gothic Quarter by THE5VESOUL., which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Kimpton Vividora Hotel in Barcelona as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Gothic Quarter

- Picasso Museum


Just a few hundred metres from the Gothic Quarter is the Picasso Museum. Boasting more than 3,500 pieces of Picasso’s work, the museum has the largest collection of his creations in the world. The site was first established in 1963, which makes it the oldest Picasso museum in existence. Patrons will find three distinct categories of art work within the museum, including drawings and sketches, ceramics, and engravings. In addition to the art work on display, the museum is famous for its 13th to 14th century palaces.


- Las Ramblas


The most iconic street that meanders through the Old Town is La Rambla. During the day, this boulevard is an eclectic bastion of street performers, sidewalk vendors, and musicians plying their trades and creating a lively atmosphere in the process. Near the northern terminus of La Rambla stands one of the city’s best open-air markets, La Boqueria. Backpackers will adore this famous boulevard as several hostels provide lodging for budget-tourists, including Hostel Las Flores.


Transportation near Gothic Quarter

Barcelona has a seamless public transport system. The Metro (underground train) is the most useful, though the bus network is often needed to take you to more far-flung places such as Camp Nou or Park G?ell. Travel cards, available at all Metro stations, can be used on all modes of public transport.


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