The Eixample district is without a doubt one of Barcelona’s most emblematic and characteristic neighborhoods. It was laid out by Ildefons Cerdà and developed in the middle of the 19th century, when it became clear that the Catalonian capital needed to expand beyond its medieval city walls.
The personality of Barcelona is intrinsically tied to the Eixample, centered around its main thoroughfare, Paseo de Gracia, and the obvious charm of its surrounding streets. The area was the stomping ground of the Catalonian bourgeoisie who progressively transformed it into the heart of Barcelona’s Modernista route. Today, with Rambla Catalunya, the Paseo de Gràcia is one of the major arteries of the ever-popular Barcelona Shopping Line.
This central location puts Hotel Granvía within easy walking distance to Barcelona’s major points of interest.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it's one of the most famous images of Barcelona.
Gaudí's most imaginative building is La Pedrera or Casa Milà, a homage to the Mediterranean.
One of Antoni Gaudí’s earliest works in Barcelona.
La Textil, a new brewery in the Eixample of Barcelona.
The Fundació Antoni Tàpies holds the most complete collection of works by this important artist.
Casa Amatller is a prime example of the singular architectural style of Josep Puig i Cadafalch
Barcelona’s exclusive shopping district, featuring international brands and prestigious designers of world renown.
The heart and soul of Barcelona, where the Old City meets the Eixample.
The iconic fountain where FC Barcelona fans come together to celebrate team victories.
Designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner is one of the most spectacular modernist buildings in Barcelona.
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