- La Boqueria — Barcelona's largest public market
- Art sites like Museo d'Art Conntemporani de Barcelona, Centre de Cultura Contemporania
- Lively assortment of shopping and dining
Of Barcelona's neighborhoods, El Raval is one of the more contentious. Where some see colorful street art and a vibrant bar scene, others streets that are simply seedy and dirty. The reality falls somewhere in the middle — while El Raval is recovering from a rough-and-tumble reputation, it's also one of the city's most multicultural districts, with exceptional dining and nightlife and notable cultural institutions. This is also where you'll find La Boqueria, a huge public market. For savvy travelers, El Raval is well worth a visit.
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El Ravel is best accessed from the metro stops along La Rambla, the large thoroughfare bordering the neighborhood to the north. Stations here include Liceu and Drassanes.
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