Thanks to the genius of architecture such as Antoni Gaudí, Joan Miró, Luis Domenech i Muntaner and others, Barcelona is famous in the Catalonia region of Spain, as it is home to a group of the finest architectural monuments in Europe. Additionally there are more beauties to be found around Barcelona, but first you need to know where to look.
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From the famous boulevards to the beautiful, unknown alleys, get to know some of the most beautiful streets in Barcelona:
Carrer Petritxol Street:
Carre Petrexol Street is located in the heart of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, and it is famous for two distinct things which are home to many wonderful art galleries, and it is an ideal destination for chocolate lovers, as it contains a lot of hot chocolate shops, Carre Petreuxol Street, which is 3 meters wide, is a street Very old over 500 years old, this street has a long history as a point of trade in Barcelona.
Passeig del Born Street:
Passeig del Born Street, one of the famous ancient streets of Barcelona and is the main hub in the neighborhood of El Born, which is described as the neighborhood of bohemian artists in the city, and Passeig del Born Street is particularly famous for being in the past a major destination for social and economic activities in the city .
Passeig de Gracià Street:
Passeig de Gracia, perhaps one of the most famous streets in Barcelona, which is certainly one of the most beautiful streets in the city, and is often described as closer to the Champs Elysées in Paris, and the broad Passeig de Gracia stretches from Plaza Catalunya to the famous neighborhood of Gracia, Passeig Street De Gracia is home to a good collection of architectural masterpieces designed by famous architect Anthony Gaudi, the most famous of which is the Casa Patio and the Casamela Cultural Center.
Carrer del Bisbe Street:
Carre del Bisepe Street or “Bishop Street” is a beautiful street located next to Barcelona’s famous Gothic cathedral, and is home to the Bishop Bridge that extends above the street to connect the Casa dels Canonges building or “Canon house” to the Palau de la Catalunya building ( Palau de la Generalitat).
Carrer d’Enric Granados Street:
Carre de Enrique Granados street is described as one of Barcelona’s less famous tourist streets, making it an ideal destination to go for a quiet walk, away from the crowds in Barcelona, and this long street starts from the old building of the University of Barcelona (Universitat de Barcelona) to the heart Eixample District.
Carre de Enrique Granados Street
Carrer del Pesp Street
Carrier Petrexol Street
Passeig de Gracia Street
Passeig del Born Street
The most beautiful streets of Barcelona