Traditionally the no-go area of the Catalan capital, Raval has transformed itself into a gentrified gem and is home to some of the city’s top hotspots. Nowadays, it is referred to as one of Barcelona’s most fashionable neighbourhoods, thanks to its myriad of vintage clothing stores, funky bars, bohemian restaurants and not to mention the number of hipsters taking residency in this area! This route is ideal for all culture vultures looking to explore Barcelona off the beaten track, thanks to its wealth of fascinating cultural spots in addition to its many lively bars and picturesque eateries.
La Prudencia del Raval
Journalist in Barcelona/London