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Gaixample is a predominantly gay neighborhood in Eixample, dotted with LGBT-friendly cafes, bars, clubs and restaurants.
Gaixample is a predominantly gay neighborhood in Eixample, dotted with LGBT-friendly cafes, bars, clubs and restaurants. It is noted for its vibrant nightlife.
The Museu del Modernisme is dedicated to the Catalan Art Nouveau movement
The Francisco Godia Foundation Museum houses the private collection of the eponymous F-1 driver, comprising an eclectic mix of medieval art, ceramics, sculpture and modern paintings
The Rambla de Catalunya is a major boulevard lined with several fashion boutiques, art galleries, theatres and cinemas
The Gothic Quarter is one of the four neighborhoods that form the Ciutat Vella or Old City of Barcelona
Treasured museum dedicated to Joan Miró and always has interesting temporary expositions on display
Housed in the restored 18th century building of Palau Gomis, the Museu Europeu d'Art Modern showcases a collection of contemporary figurative art from the 20th - 21st century
The Fundació Antoni Tàpies is a museum dedicated to the life and work of artist and art theorist Antoni Tàpies, housed in a Moderniste building