Barcelona is a city is fashionable. Be in, however, is a double-edged weapon, and the burgeoning is recently being victim of its own success, the duality between visitors and inhabitants is such that one can see the city without crossing virtually to any native. The cultural variety of Barcelona is undeniable: Gaudi and his works are a gift for the vista, las ramblas are a sight to witness, Camp Nou is a great colossus located within the city, at the gates of the Royal Palace of Pedralbes and Paseo de Gracia is the street with more Lordship of the city, plagued by large hotels, luxury shops and restaurants, and obviamebte, worthy of big budgets. These areas are the most luxurious hotels in Barcelona, both private houses 5 stars, as large hotel chains. This type of accommodation offers some exquisite amenities, but clear, for who can afford them. If one goes down towards the Sea you will reach the city centre and is in mitica Placa Sant Jaume, where is the Palau de la Generalitat and City Hall, because well, there at each end of the square there are two handcraft of snacks with more than 30 years of history that are delicious and very good price, with a fast and perfect for eating and continue walking service.
We can say that it is worth entering by the callecillas surrounding the square, there are more than one little square by this area, near the Ramblas, several hostels are also found, they are much cheaper than the hotels, but it is somewhat complicated to find a hostel for less than 10 euros the night in Barcelona. There are city neighborhoods that go unnoticed to the visiting eye, because in neighborhoods as in Horta, Guinardo or Sant Gervasi can one discover big surprises. In the District of Horta there is one of the Catalan Masias best-preserved and largest city in the Paseo Maragall, up to the very same library of Horta is an old farmhouse.