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Santa Anna, Barcelona
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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Unglaublich welch ruhige Plätze mitten im Zentrum zu finden sind! Beeindruckend schlicht gehaltenes Denkmal, das man gesehen haben sollte.What incredibly quiet places in the Centre can be found! Impressive simply held Memorial, you should have seen.show original
Nette gotische Kirche mit schönem Kreuzgang bzw. Innenhof. Doch das Highlight ist das Gitarrenkonzert um 21:00 in der kleinen Kapelle. War nei Bizet Carmen und es war jeden Euro wert.Nice Gothic church with a beautiful cloister or courtyard. But the highlight is the guitar concert at 21:00 in the chapel. NEI Bizet was Carmen and it was worth every dollar.show original
A small place of quiet in the center of Barcelona. The cloister is particularly lovely and peaceful. Anyone wandering around old Barcelona should stop by.
I had a super nice dinner here, having seafood paella and tapas. My favorite is sangria with cool taste, big size and reasonable price. I must recommend to everyone even you don't have much interest in alcohol drinks.
Good food and really really bad service. Waiters pretend to not see you.
I can't praise this place enough; we went twice during our seven days in Barcelona, such was our delight with it. It is nicely located, a stone's throw from La Rambla and Placa de Catalunya, but without the bustle and noise of those places. The menu is nicely varied (with the usual Catalonian dishes - tapas, seafood, paella, etc., but some other European dishes as well), very reasonably priced (whether on the set menu or otherwise - 3 courses with wine is about EU20 pp) and above all, exceedingly tasty. The staff were attentive and jovial, and went out of their way to make us feel welcome (which is useful when your Spanish is limited!). Some may find the decor (while tiles, plastic chairs, modern tables, strong white lighting) a little stark and lacking in Catalonian charm (and perhaps not ideal if you're after a candlelit supper), but this is quickly forgotten. Well worth a look.
Good restaurant, nice paella
Good food, though a little salty. But the portions are perfect for one!
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