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Passeig de Gracia, Barcelona

Categories: Scenic Walking Areas, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 8,500+ reviews on the web
To see some of the city’s most celebrated pieces of architecture, take a leisurely stroll along Passeig de Gracia. Lined by several masterpieces designed by Antoni Gaudí, widely regarded as the country’s finest architect, this is one of the most expensive streets in the city. In the 19th century, the majestic avenue attracted some of Barcelona’s wealthiest citizens. Today, the wide boulevard is a sort of open-air museum, offering travelers a chance to see what life in the city may have been like over a century ago. Not only one of the city’s major roads, but also one of its most important commercial areas, this thriving area is also dotted with modern shops, restaurants, and hotels. Take a look at our Barcelona vacation planner to schedule your visit to Passeig de Gracia and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • To me, the Passeig de Gracia was more the real Barcelona than Las Ramblas. Less touristy. It is a grand tree-lined boulevard lined with a wide assortment of beautiful architecture, trendy high end sho...  read more »
  • The trail is pretty wide shopping city. And also a lot of restaurants, trolley stop and some of Gaudí buildings are, so enjoy.
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  • Very nice spacious road with a lot of very nice and interesting shops. Great atmosphere, worth to visit. 
  • bloody stupid system... i have been on the phone for 25 minutes now and the system tells me I am the next on the queue.. so... i call with my mobile and the system should tell me there are 2 people before me, right? NOPE! it tells me the same... I am the next one on the queue. Time wasters!!!!
  • I've been to this Apple Store 3 times now. The first 2 people who attended to me told me to reset my phone in order to fix the problem. (It basically has a mid of its own and opens apps and music on its own and randomly.) Yesterday, I went back as my phone still seemed to be giving itself commands and a cocky American guy goes ahead and tells me that his colleagues are basically idiots and that he's the only one at that store who speaks proper English and the only one who can help with the problem. He proceeds to tell me that he knows what's wrong with my phone and that its happened to him before. The display is over sensitive to electrons around it. It can be fixed. However, they never did take my phone to fix it or do anything at all. Traditionally Apple are very good with customer service. I'm wondering if the quality of service is going down or is it the fact that this one is in Barcelona and workers here are generally incompetent? Either way, unacceptable.
  • I still dont get why everone in this world is paying so much for nothing or same thing apple offers for the last 10 years??? Store is good to visit even the employees are annoying while they are trying to help you while pretending to be happy. Comee on guys... apple sucks balls uhh bills i mean.
  • Beautiful store like you would expect from an Apple Store. Helpful staff and three floors making it easy to find what you need and seeking the help you might need. Main floor is for all the products like you would expect, second floor is their Genius floor (for help with Apple products) and the basement are loaded with lots of headphones (mostly Beats), drones, gaming equipment etc for all iOS and MacOSX devices.
  • It's an Apple store! Yukk. An average one if you consider the Apple store standards. Might be a good enough place to kill time if you like Apple. I myself, looked at the iPhones here and went home and bought an Android phone. Thanks lads, your store helped me make up my mind. :)
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