A humble neighbourhood that has been revamped as a fashionable are, El Born is a great place dotted with charming cafes, bars and restaurants that can brighten up even a dull evening! Home to several important pit stops like Picasso museum, Calle Montcada, textile museum and the church, an afternoon in El Born is something you won’t regret.
The slightly pricey but classy boutiques and shops serve as a perfect place for a retail therapy.
A slice of pizza at the Passeig de Born and a glass of Mojito can fix everything; at least the locals say so!
- Buses 39, 51- stop Av Marquès de l'Argentera-Pg Picasso, trains R2S- stop Estación de Francia
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24.49% of people who visit Barcelona include El Born Barcelona in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
28.29% of people start their El Born Barcelona visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see El Born Barcelona
51.72% of people prefer walking in order to reach El Born Barcelona