Stoke Travel’s Guide To El Born
El Born hands down wins the prize for the barrio with the most culture and tradition. Starting as a simple settlement built on top of a medieval area of jousts and celebrations, it has grown into one of the most fashionable places in Barcelona. The ex-medieval street of Calle Montcada is a prime example, as it originated as a medieval street and transferred into the home of the Picasso and Textile museums. The stylish restaurants and cafes in El Born provide a wealth of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but you’ll have to fight off a heap of other hangry visitors to get the best pick. Its close proximity to the beach and booming bars and nightclubs are also top reasons to check out this Barrio.
How the map works: we’ve created a customised Google Map with multiple layers. See the little window with the arrow there? Click on that to see the separate layers for food, drinks, sightseeing and shopping. To save the map to your Google Maps account simply highlight the star next to the map’s name. See bottom of article for detailed instructions on how to access Stoke Maps on your device.
To view the map offline while you’re exploring El Born, download Maps.me on iPhone or Android and then simply get this map (link there to Born map on Maps.me).
Where to eat in El Born
Where to drink in El Born
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