In a quiet street in the distinctive and bohemian neighbourhood of Gracia, next to Fontana metro station.
Gracia used to be a separate town on the edge of Barcelona until it was absorbed by its larger neighbour. It is renowned for the fact that it has always managed to maintain an independent character from the rest of the city. The neighbourhood is richly cultural, from the diversity of people walking its streets to street parties, human towers, live music and fireworks, a wide variety of restaurants, and cinemas, theatres and galleries. The unique architecture also adds a charm of its own. The narrow streets, little squares and small buildings are reminiscent of the town it used to be, but the spectrum of restaurants, bars, shops and cinemas betray its status as a part of Barcelona, Catalunya’s capital city. Gracia offers the choice of quiet sleepy side streets alongside the life and bustle of its squares.