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The old part of El Clot in Barcelona

July 26, 2015

Near Plaça de les Glòries, there is the old part of El Clot. We recommend you to visit this neighbourhood of Barcelona, away from tourism and with some remarkable places.

The main street is El Clot Street. It is interesting to take a walk through this street, because there is a lot of history you can find in some details.

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La Caixa building

About gastronomy, in El Clot Street you can find some emblematic places:

Bodega Sopena (El Clot St., 55): popular cellar where you can taste wine or vermut with the old people of the area and young people coming from different parts of the city.

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Pastisseria La Palma (El Clot St.,72-74 ): classical pastry shop with quality pieces of pastry.  Another shop dedicated to bombons is in the same street.

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Others:  Xurreria El Clot (El Clot St, 108), to taste churros,  Marlen Tastets (El Clot St,75), to have a drink or tapa or Clot 76 (El Clot St, 76) for cocktails at night.

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Some terraces and pastry shops in the square in front of El Clot Market, the heart of this area.

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Also in this street, Llibreria El Pebre Negre (El Clot St, 41), interesting bookshop. They organize activities, also for children.

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And Parc del Clot, a park that was designed integrating the structure of the old “El Clot” train station.

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And hidden interesting streetart pieces, here one dedicated to Carmen Amaya:

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Another little town with its own character in Barcelona, which is worth to know.

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