Things to do in La Dreta de l'Eixample

Top 10 Things to Do in La Dreta de l'Eixample, Barcelona

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  • Liz B
    Peachtree City, GA6 contributions
    After seeing this unique home on the Sidecar Tour, we returned to gaze at it from outside longer. When we ended up with some extra time one day, we did the tour and it did not disappoint! The architectural structure is amazing. Worth the money and time.
    Written 27 June 2022
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  • Kathy S
    Honolulu, HI275 contributions
    If George Lucas was truly impressed and influenced by the Gaudi chimneys and structures, you'll see it in the front of the Sagrada Familia and on the rooftop here. Darth Vader, stormtroopers. The rooftop lightshow is fun, and the view of the Madrid streets on a clear night is beautiful.
    Written 26 June 2022
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  • M-Csala
    Myrtle Beach, SC177 contributions
    Besides the famous “Block of Discord” with the Gaudi building, many of these buildings from the same period were often fanciful and over-the-top. If you chose to look above the street level shops, the buildings gave you a picture of a time at the turn of the 19th century when this area must have been THE place to live. I loved strolling this section of the city.
    Written 23 June 2022
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  • journeymaid48
    Fairport, NY1,006 contributions
    The buildings in this area are all Art Nouveau architectural masterpieces. The period at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century saw the building of these homes for the new wealth of the city most of whom made their fortunes in the textile business. Just walk around and admire these great works.
    Written 9 August 2021
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  • Louisa C
    Birmingham, UK111 contributions
    Attended the guided tour on a very warm Sunday evening. There was a small group of only 6 of us. I had downloaded the audio guide to my phone but audio guide equipment is provided if you forget to do this in advance. You're accompanied by a guide who opens and closes doors and ensures you're listening to the right recording at the right time and is also happy to answer any questions you might have about the house and artefacts you're visiting. Really interesting visit and finished off with a delicious hot chocolate included in the Sunday evening tours. Would definitely recommend a visit as it's a little less busy than next door which meant you could really get up close throughout the experience.
    Written 5 June 2022
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  • ldgp14
    Walsall, UK2,560 contributions
    If you get the Aerobus like we did the final stop is Plaza de Catalunya and it is the centre of the city. Loads of shopping streets & restaurants are nearby and the square itself has some nice buildings but probably not as stunning as Placa d'Espanya a mile up the road.
    Written 21 April 2022
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  • JJJC_Family
    Virginia523 contributions
    Small and relatively expensive (12 euros) for what’s offered. Having said that, there are some nice pieces of furniture and stained glass. Also, they show work by Gaudi, Puig and another famous guy who I cannot remember right now. Also, we were introduced to some other reasonably decent creators of art deco. So what’s the bottom line? If you are coming to Barcelona for the first time and you are staying no more than 3 days, forget about this place. There are much better options for your time. Hell, the Picasso Museum is vastly superior. On the other hand, if you are coming back for a second or third time, like us, and you have used up most everything else, then what the heck, go. You get to kill 30-45 minutes of your day and if you enjoy this stuff, you will be satisfied with the time spent, if not the money.
    Written 2 January 2022
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA13,107 contributions
    This is a spectacular example of the Modernista architecture and we walked by it many times during our stay. Once a few years ago we went to the rooftop bar for a drink on a warm evening and the view was extraordinary.
    Written 27 October 2020
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  • Dr. F
    Lincoln, UK717 contributions
    El Corte Ingles or English court is the largest European Department Store chain. Though their flagship store is located in Madrid, the one in Barcelona is in tourist heavy Placa Catalunya area and always busy.

    The store I visited is very similar to Selfridges in London with its floor style and decoration. I bought some perfumes from the store as it was Black Friday. Variety and extensity is remarkable. Only bothersome thing for me was that the counters I visited hardly speak any English. I didn't expect fluency but the store of this caliber at such a tourist heavy area with many English speaking American and European visitors, come on hire staff who can at least understand borderline English.

    If Google Translate is in your phone, this place is great though.
    Written 17 December 2021
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  • MsCultureVulture
    Langley Mill, UK100 contributions
    Some very interesting pieces and a must for anyone interested in Egyptology. A nice quiet few hours of rest bite from the hustle and bustle on the streets. I was enthralled, but you may need a specialist interest in Ancient Egypt to fully appreciate this museum. Luckily it’s one of my great passions so I had a ball!
    Written 4 March 2019
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  • R_TheReader
    Rio de Janeiro, RJ489 contributions
    I did not have to time to visit, so my impressions are mostly based on the facade. The Casa de les Punxes is located close to the Verdaguer metro station. The distinctive towers attract the attention when you walk by. Huge panels between the towers are also a Signature of this attraction.
    Written 26 January 2022
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  • AssafShani
    Tel Aviv, Israel99 contributions
    Just a real market in the city. If you're staying close by, go, now. Plenty of vegetable, fish, meat, deli stalls. Great place to buy anything you need, a couple of small bars with coffee, fresh beer and snacks. There is a supermarket in the basement so basically you can do all your food shopping including whatever you want to take home with you. Stocked up on Jamon and the likes in one of stalls, they happily recommended and packed in vacum bags to take home without worrying that it will go off or spread the smell in your bag.
    Written 28 February 2020
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  • R. K. V.
    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam1,991 contributions
    Stunning place with beautiful history. A bit of the beaten path allows it to be quiet and peaceful. Lovely place. Very interesting
    Written 31 October 2021
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  • Malgorzata
    11,172 contributions
    Casa Comalat is one of the most original examples of art nouveau in Barcelona. This building has been designed by Catalan architect architect Salvador Valeri i Pupurull. It has two distinct façades. The main façade, which overlooks Barcelona's Avinguda Diagonal, is made of stone and is more symmetrical and regular in shape. Colour dominates the rear façade of the building which overlooks Carrer Rosselló. Be sure not to miss the other side. Both the sides are spectacular. Even if you cannot visit the interior, it's still worth a visit just to admire it from the outside. The architecture and the interior are stunning. One of my favourite houses in Barcelona. Highly recommend.
    Written 30 September 2019
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  • ceenu1969
    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates34 contributions
    need to improve the ambience and hygiene , the seats are pathatic and AC in not worth to comment

    can increase ticket price and keep clean conditions
    Written 12 February 2020
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