The Gothic Quarter is an area of the city of Barcelona, Spain, it stretches from La Rambla to Via Laietana and to the Mediterranean seafront area. The quarter includes some of the oldest parts of the city. Despite its name, not all of its buildings are Neo-Gothic, especially the older ones but there was a surge in Neo-Gothic buildings and additions in the 20th century. The area is a peaceful part of the city that all are welcome to enjoy, with bars, restaurants and cafes amongst its buildings.
You can get to the Gothic Quarter quite easily, the best option is to take the metro. By metro, take the green line 3 to ‘Liceu’ or the yellow line 4 to ‘Jaume I’.
Opening Times and Admission
The Gothic Quarter is a big public area, it is free to walk through at any time.