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Sarrià is a neighbourhood in the city of Barcelona, although it was not always like that. Until 1921, it was an independent municipality of the City of Barcelona, date in which, despite protests from its inhabitants, it began to be part of Barcelona. The first information known about Sarrià go back to the 10th century. Initially this town, was dedicated to the agricultural sector, especially to the production of wine. Years later, and due to the special weather of the town (its proximity to the park of Collserola and Tibidabo), many wealthy families from the nearby city of Barcelona, began to install their palaces and build modernist houses here for their vacations. These buildings intended to imitate what was known about the architecture in Paris: spectacular modernist palaces and a large landscaped avenue that culminated in a spectacular church: Temple of the Sacred Heart, which is a kind of a copy of the Sacre Coeur in Paris. On the way to Tibidabo, taking the Tramvia Blau, we can relive this time. The best example without doubt is the Bellesguard Tower. Over the years these homes stopped being used for just holidays and became the usual home of these people. At the same time and in contrast to those spectacular mansions and palaces, the old town of Sarrià still retains its village aspect: narrow streets and small squares, surrounded by gardens, being also the gateway to the great natural park of Collserola. There are hundreds of small places to discover in this old town: the Sant Gaietá Quarter, the old cemetery, and the best place to eat patatas bravas: Bar el Tomàs.
Sarrià
Lugares emblemáticos
The Royal Monastery of St Mary of Pedralbes, is one of the finest examples of Catalan Gothic in Barcelona. The building from the early 14th century shows the everyday life of nuns. Religious art from the 14th to the 20th century is displayed in the monastery museum. Highlights are the three-storey cloister and the gardens inside the monastery. The monastery certainly wouldn’t be as beautiful and impressive without its gardens in the courtyard. You won’t find a quieter place in all Barcelona – except for the birds singing in the trees and the gurgling of the Renaissance fountain in the centre of the courtyard you won’t hear a sound. Large palm trees and cypresses provide cool shade. From the lower cloister, there are several ways to the gardens. Free Entrance: Sunday from 15:00hs and first Sunday of the month. Location: Baixada del Monestir 9, Barcelona. Only a few stops with the bus H4 from the house.
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Monasterio de Pedralbes
9 Baixada del Monestir
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The Royal Monastery of St Mary of Pedralbes, is one of the finest examples of Catalan Gothic in Barcelona. The building from the early 14th century shows the everyday life of nuns. Religious art from the 14th to the 20th century is displayed in the monastery museum. Highlights are the three-storey cloister and the gardens inside the monastery. The monastery certainly wouldn’t be as beautiful and impressive without its gardens in the courtyard. You won’t find a quieter place in all Barcelona – except for the birds singing in the trees and the gurgling of the Renaissance fountain in the centre of the courtyard you won’t hear a sound. Large palm trees and cypresses provide cool shade. From the lower cloister, there are several ways to the gardens. Free Entrance: Sunday from 15:00hs and first Sunday of the month. Location: Baixada del Monestir 9, Barcelona. Only a few stops with the bus H4 from the house.
The Bellesguard house was built by Antoni Gaudí between 1900 and 1909, using rectilinear forms rarely seen in his other work. His inspiration was the medieval castle of Martin I, also known as Martin the Humane, the last king of the Catalan dynasty of the House of Barcelona, who resided at Bellesguard until his death in 1410. Gaudí built a castle that was a blend of Art Nouveau and Gothic style and restored the ruins of the medieval palace, which are now part of the estate’s grounds. The history of Bellesguard is inextricably bound up with the history of Catalonia. The many historic events that unfolded and the renowned figures that passed through Bellesguard over the centuries influenced and inspired Antoni Gaudí to create one of his most personal, symbolic and fascinating works. Without queues and crowds. Come and discover it!
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Bellesguard
20 Carrer de Bellesguard
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The Bellesguard house was built by Antoni Gaudí between 1900 and 1909, using rectilinear forms rarely seen in his other work. His inspiration was the medieval castle of Martin I, also known as Martin the Humane, the last king of the Catalan dynasty of the House of Barcelona, who resided at Bellesguard until his death in 1410. Gaudí built a castle that was a blend of Art Nouveau and Gothic style and restored the ruins of the medieval palace, which are now part of the estate’s grounds. The history of Bellesguard is inextricably bound up with the history of Catalonia. The many historic events that unfolded and the renowned figures that passed through Bellesguard over the centuries influenced and inspired Antoni Gaudí to create one of his most personal, symbolic and fascinating works. Without queues and crowds. Come and discover it!
Ever get tired of the hustle and bustle of the busy Barcelona life? Or feel like you need a breath of fresh air? It’s easy to forget just how easy it actually is to get away from all of the city life commotion. Only a metro ride away from the center is the Collserola Natural Park, which also just so happens to be the biggest metropolitan park in the world and engulfs the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi neighborhoods of Vallvidrera, Tibidabo, and Les Planes. One of its most accessible points is the Carretera de Les Aigües, the pine-laden 10 km ‘water road’ that is perfect for going on runs, bike rides, or even just nice long walks. Take the funicular from Peu del Funicular and get ready to take in some spectacular, crowd-free, views of the city.
Carretera de les Aigües
Ever get tired of the hustle and bustle of the busy Barcelona life? Or feel like you need a breath of fresh air? It’s easy to forget just how easy it actually is to get away from all of the city life commotion. Only a metro ride away from the center is the Collserola Natural Park, which also just so happens to be the biggest metropolitan park in the world and engulfs the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi neighborhoods of Vallvidrera, Tibidabo, and Les Planes. One of its most accessible points is the Carretera de Les Aigües, the pine-laden 10 km ‘water road’ that is perfect for going on runs, bike rides, or even just nice long walks. Take the funicular from Peu del Funicular and get ready to take in some spectacular, crowd-free, views of the city.
TAKE THE FUNICULAR TO MOUNT TIBIDABO Mount Tibidabo (Tibidabo), the highest point in Barcelona (512 metres above sea level). On top of mount Tibidabo you will find: the Temple of the sacred Heart (Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor), Tibidabo amusement Park (Parque de Atracciones Tibidabo), the Collserola tower (Torre de Collserola), and several viewing platforms, which offers the best city views of Barcelona, the sea and the surrounding area. The Funicular del Tibidabo will take you from square Doctor Andreu (Placa del Doctor Andreu) to the upper platform of the funicular, located near Park and temple. The funicular is open from 10:30 until 15 minutes after closing the Panoramic zone or Park. The cost of tickets for the funicular Tibidabo: Park ticket is € 4,10; without purchasing a ticket to the theme Park - € 7,70; for members of the Tibiclub - free. The schedule movement of the cable car can be found at the official website of the amusement Park Tibidabo. To the lower station of the funicular (square Doctor Andreu) stop Avinguda del Tibidabo can be reached by a historic vintage tram Tramvia Blau or 196 bus, which runs daily from 07:30 to 22:00 hours. The schedule of the blue bus can be found here. To stop Avinguda del Tibidabo can be reached by train via the line L7 - Terminus, or by bus from different points of Barcelona, V13, V15, 22, 75, 131, etc.
Tibidabo Funicular
TAKE THE FUNICULAR TO MOUNT TIBIDABO Mount Tibidabo (Tibidabo), the highest point in Barcelona (512 metres above sea level). On top of mount Tibidabo you will find: the Temple of the sacred Heart (Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor), Tibidabo amusement Park (Parque de Atracciones Tibidabo), the Collserola tower (Torre de Collserola), and several viewing platforms, which offers the best city views of Barcelona, the sea and the surrounding area. The Funicular del Tibidabo will take you from square Doctor Andreu (Placa del Doctor Andreu) to the upper platform of the funicular, located near Park and temple. The funicular is open from 10:30 until 15 minutes after closing the Panoramic zone or Park. The cost of tickets for the funicular Tibidabo: Park ticket is € 4,10; without purchasing a ticket to the theme Park - € 7,70; for members of the Tibiclub - free. The schedule movement of the cable car can be found at the official website of the amusement Park Tibidabo. To the lower station of the funicular (square Doctor Andreu) stop Avinguda del Tibidabo can be reached by a historic vintage tram Tramvia Blau or 196 bus, which runs daily from 07:30 to 22:00 hours. The schedule of the blue bus can be found here. To stop Avinguda del Tibidabo can be reached by train via the line L7 - Terminus, or by bus from different points of Barcelona, V13, V15, 22, 75, 131, etc.
(Not for visiting now, it is the Mexico embassy, just to see from outside) Muley Afid was Caliph of Marrakech and the son of Sultan Hassan I. He later became sultan too, but only for four years. He commissioned the architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch to build this magnificent house, which he hardly ever saw. It is a three-storey Modernista building that has various terraces and viewpoints, along with a singular tower on one side. Where: Pg Bonanova, 55
Casa Muley Afid
55 Passeig de la Bonanova
(Not for visiting now, it is the Mexico embassy, just to see from outside) Muley Afid was Caliph of Marrakech and the son of Sultan Hassan I. He later became sultan too, but only for four years. He commissioned the architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch to build this magnificent house, which he hardly ever saw. It is a three-storey Modernista building that has various terraces and viewpoints, along with a singular tower on one side. Where: Pg Bonanova, 55
Just take a stroll at any time of the day or night along this stylish, laidback boulevard lined with artisan and organic food and clothes shops alongside trendy restaurants and bars.
Carrer de Mandri
Just take a stroll at any time of the day or night along this stylish, laidback boulevard lined with artisan and organic food and clothes shops alongside trendy restaurants and bars.
The Sarrià`s Cemetery is a small and quiet place. It’s one of the most hidden places of Barcelona. There are references which says its origin could be from 1850, but all information and records were destroyed in a fire and the first records they have is from 1922. The little town of Sarrià, which started to be part of Barcelona in 1921 was the last municipality annexed. It had very few habitants, most of the houses were used as the summer home of the people who lived in the Barcelona city. Maybe for this reason, the cemetery is not so big: the Barcelona’s citizens used the Poblenou’s Cemetery and the Montjuïc’s Cemetery. It worth taking a walk into the cement, because it still the town cemetery it has always been. There’re few monuments in this cemetery one of them is dedicated to the Pharmacist Margenat very popular person in the town of Sarriá, who was killed the 5th of September of 1843. Cementery Opening hours From Monday to Friday: 08.45 to 17.30 Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: 08.45 to 15.00 Address: c/ Doctor Roux, s/n.
Sarrià cementery
s/n Carrer del Dr. Roux
The Sarrià`s Cemetery is a small and quiet place. It’s one of the most hidden places of Barcelona. There are references which says its origin could be from 1850, but all information and records were destroyed in a fire and the first records they have is from 1922. The little town of Sarrià, which started to be part of Barcelona in 1921 was the last municipality annexed. It had very few habitants, most of the houses were used as the summer home of the people who lived in the Barcelona city. Maybe for this reason, the cemetery is not so big: the Barcelona’s citizens used the Poblenou’s Cemetery and the Montjuïc’s Cemetery. It worth taking a walk into the cement, because it still the town cemetery it has always been. There’re few monuments in this cemetery one of them is dedicated to the Pharmacist Margenat very popular person in the town of Sarriá, who was killed the 5th of September of 1843. Cementery Opening hours From Monday to Friday: 08.45 to 17.30 Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: 08.45 to 15.00 Address: c/ Doctor Roux, s/n.
Placa Sant Vicenc is bursting with character. Whether you want upmarket oysters and expensive wines or you’d prefer the atmospheric café where writers Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Mario Vargas Llosa enjoyed a vino whilst scribbling, this is a very pleasant plaza with beautiful examples of town houses.
Plaça Sant Vicenç de Sarrià
Placa Sant Vicenc is bursting with character. Whether you want upmarket oysters and expensive wines or you’d prefer the atmospheric café where writers Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Mario Vargas Llosa enjoyed a vino whilst scribbling, this is a very pleasant plaza with beautiful examples of town houses.
Another of Sarrià’s most beautiful squares, this is the main square and is home to dances on Sunday mornings, and markets on Fridays and Saturdays.
Plaça de Sarrià
Another of Sarrià’s most beautiful squares, this is the main square and is home to dances on Sunday mornings, and markets on Fridays and Saturdays.
Important park
The l’Oreneta Park is on one of the slopes of the Collserola mountain range. The name of the L’Oreneta Park (which is actually the Castell de l’Oreneta Park) comes from an old farmhouse that was called that way in this area. The whole park is about 17 hectares. Seventeen acres with an incredible sample of Mediterranean vegetation, fruit trees, and numerous aromatic herbs. Including the majestic eucalyptus or the cherry tree, both cataloged as trees of special interest. From here you can go to the Road of les Aigües, ideal place to practice sports. Along its dirt paths you will find areas equipped for the game, a small steam train that runs over 600 meters inside the park. An urban park with spectacular views of the city, there is a viewpoint where you can see one of the best views of Barcelona. Nothing has to envy other lookouts like the Turó de la Peira, the Turó de Rovira, Montjuic or Parc Güell. Free Entrance: Everyday Location: Carrer de Montevideo 45, Barcelona
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Parc del Castell de l'Oreneta
45 Carrer de Montevideo
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The l’Oreneta Park is on one of the slopes of the Collserola mountain range. The name of the L’Oreneta Park (which is actually the Castell de l’Oreneta Park) comes from an old farmhouse that was called that way in this area. The whole park is about 17 hectares. Seventeen acres with an incredible sample of Mediterranean vegetation, fruit trees, and numerous aromatic herbs. Including the majestic eucalyptus or the cherry tree, both cataloged as trees of special interest. From here you can go to the Road of les Aigües, ideal place to practice sports. Along its dirt paths you will find areas equipped for the game, a small steam train that runs over 600 meters inside the park. An urban park with spectacular views of the city, there is a viewpoint where you can see one of the best views of Barcelona. Nothing has to envy other lookouts like the Turó de la Peira, the Turó de Rovira, Montjuic or Parc Güell. Free Entrance: Everyday Location: Carrer de Montevideo 45, Barcelona
The Vil·la Florida Gardens is a unique therapeutic space, and is the first therapeutic garden in Barcelona. Is an experience that has been developed successfully in different European cities. It’s an outdoor garden specifically designed for social and spiritual needs of people, family members and friends. This garden is focus on incorporating plants and friendly wildlife into the space. Which is divided in two areas: inside and outside. The house, dates from the XVI century and was built as a fortification, and since its construction has been suffering the passage of time without any of its previous owners took care of their maintenance. Since its construction, it has been a convent, an agricultural farm with orchards, childcare school and lived a long period of neglect. Now in this building, totally rehabilitated, the city hall organizes healthy natural cooking courses, as well as workshops on body care, such as yoga and Pilates. The outside, is a type of urban spa and has been constructed to improve foot health, with a small pool with temperature water that controls the circulation of the blood, and a space to walk barefoot with different textures. Free Entrance: Everyday Location: Carrer de Muntaner 544, Barcelona
Jardins de Vil·la Florida
548 Carrer de Muntaner
The Vil·la Florida Gardens is a unique therapeutic space, and is the first therapeutic garden in Barcelona. Is an experience that has been developed successfully in different European cities. It’s an outdoor garden specifically designed for social and spiritual needs of people, family members and friends. This garden is focus on incorporating plants and friendly wildlife into the space. Which is divided in two areas: inside and outside. The house, dates from the XVI century and was built as a fortification, and since its construction has been suffering the passage of time without any of its previous owners took care of their maintenance. Since its construction, it has been a convent, an agricultural farm with orchards, childcare school and lived a long period of neglect. Now in this building, totally rehabilitated, the city hall organizes healthy natural cooking courses, as well as workshops on body care, such as yoga and Pilates. The outside, is a type of urban spa and has been constructed to improve foot health, with a small pool with temperature water that controls the circulation of the blood, and a space to walk barefoot with different textures. Free Entrance: Everyday Location: Carrer de Muntaner 544, Barcelona
When you pass through the gate into the Jardins de La Tamarita, you enter a Barcelona that takes you back to a time when the bourgeoisie were building themselves mansions surrounded by gardens in the upper part of the city. These gardens are a good place for a rest and some peace and quiet, far from the madding crowd, on the other side of the stone and wrought-iron wall that surrounds the gardens, built to safeguard a space that was once private and which is now public. SCHEDULE: From 1 November to 31 March (every day), 10:00h to 19:00h. From 1 April to 31 October (every day), 10:00h to 21:00h. Closing time approximate, depending on the solar time (closed after dark in the evening). Sections from this amenity Children's Play Area
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Jardins de la Tamarita
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When you pass through the gate into the Jardins de La Tamarita, you enter a Barcelona that takes you back to a time when the bourgeoisie were building themselves mansions surrounded by gardens in the upper part of the city. These gardens are a good place for a rest and some peace and quiet, far from the madding crowd, on the other side of the stone and wrought-iron wall that surrounds the gardens, built to safeguard a space that was once private and which is now public. SCHEDULE: From 1 November to 31 March (every day), 10:00h to 19:00h. From 1 April to 31 October (every day), 10:00h to 21:00h. Closing time approximate, depending on the solar time (closed after dark in the evening). Sections from this amenity Children's Play Area
The gardens of the Villa Amelia form an almost perfect square. The green design of traditional French style is the result of a merger between the original species of a former private gardens and plantations later introduced when they remodeled to make them public. The presence of towering trees of species varied highlights the quality of a garden where trees are preserved as palms, bananas or pins and a variety of shrubs and flowerbeds. history The Gardens of the Villa Amelia originate in the sumptuous garden that Ignasi Girona had built a farm on his property Sarria. The name put in honor of his wife, Amelia de Vilanova. For many years, the Girona family used the Quinta Amelia as a summer resort. In 1930 the City Council to allocate land for a public park, and in 1969 was finally expropriated in exchange for building one part, which led to the overthrow of the former residence of Girona. A piece of land has been integrated into the neighboring gardens of the Villa Cecilia, located across the street from Santa Amelia, which opened when they created two green spaces.
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Jardins de Vil·la Amèlia
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The gardens of the Villa Amelia form an almost perfect square. The green design of traditional French style is the result of a merger between the original species of a former private gardens and plantations later introduced when they remodeled to make them public. The presence of towering trees of species varied highlights the quality of a garden where trees are preserved as palms, bananas or pins and a variety of shrubs and flowerbeds. history The Gardens of the Villa Amelia originate in the sumptuous garden that Ignasi Girona had built a farm on his property Sarria. The name put in honor of his wife, Amelia de Vilanova. For many years, the Girona family used the Quinta Amelia as a summer resort. In 1930 the City Council to allocate land for a public park, and in 1969 was finally expropriated in exchange for building one part, which led to the overthrow of the former residence of Girona. A piece of land has been integrated into the neighboring gardens of the Villa Cecilia, located across the street from Santa Amelia, which opened when they created two green spaces.
Museo
Another family-friendly activity in Sarrià is to pay a visit to the Cosmo Caixa Science Museum, where you will find a recreation of the Amazon rainforest and an exhibition on the history of geology.
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CosmoCaixa Barcelona
26 Carrer d'Isaac Newton
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Another family-friendly activity in Sarrià is to pay a visit to the Cosmo Caixa Science Museum, where you will find a recreation of the Amazon rainforest and an exhibition on the history of geology.
Restaurants that we like, food stores and supermarkets
Sarrià also has its own neighbourhood market, down the street from the Pedralbes Monastery, which is probably much more authentic than any of the others you are likely to find downtown. Sarrià Market has become a modern, spacious showcase for food which reopened in 2007 after a complete refit. It still retains the original structure of the market founded over 100 years ago which supplied the local community with food throughout the last century and continues to do so today. Where: Passeig de la Reina Elisenda de Montcada 8 Timetable: lunes 7:00–15:00 martes 7:00–15:00, 17:00–20:00 miércoles 7:00–15:00 jueves 7:00–15:00, 17:00–20:00 viernes 7:00–20:00 sábado 7:00–15:00
Mercat de Sarrià
8 Passeig de la Reina Elisenda de Montcada
Sarrià also has its own neighbourhood market, down the street from the Pedralbes Monastery, which is probably much more authentic than any of the others you are likely to find downtown. Sarrià Market has become a modern, spacious showcase for food which reopened in 2007 after a complete refit. It still retains the original structure of the market founded over 100 years ago which supplied the local community with food throughout the last century and continues to do so today. Where: Passeig de la Reina Elisenda de Montcada 8 Timetable: lunes 7:00–15:00 martes 7:00–15:00, 17:00–20:00 miércoles 7:00–15:00 jueves 7:00–15:00, 17:00–20:00 viernes 7:00–20:00 sábado 7:00–15:00
The best bravas in town!!! Is not a recommendation, you MUST go here. Carrer Major de Sarrià, 49
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Bar El Tomas de Sarria
49 Carrer Major de Sarrià
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The best bravas in town!!! Is not a recommendation, you MUST go here. Carrer Major de Sarrià, 49
We also love this restaurant for some tapas and wines in Sarrià. They have a nice terrace in the middle of Plaça Sarrià. Reservation recommended Carrer Major de Sarrià, 95 932 05 88 06
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Restaurante El Canalla
95 Carrer Major de Sarrià
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We also love this restaurant for some tapas and wines in Sarrià. They have a nice terrace in the middle of Plaça Sarrià. Reservation recommended Carrer Major de Sarrià, 95 932 05 88 06
The best japanese restaurant in the area. Carrer Major de Sarrià, 105 Need reservation 932 80 03 93
Nomo Sarrià
105 Carrer Major de Sarrià
The best japanese restaurant in the area. Carrer Major de Sarrià, 105 Need reservation 932 80 03 93
The Tram Tram is a restaurant with creative Catalan-French cuisine with the best products. Address: Major de Sarrià, 121 Reservation needed 932 04 85 18
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Restaurant a Barcelona Tram-Tram
121 Carrer Major de Sarrià
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The Tram Tram is a restaurant with creative Catalan-French cuisine with the best products. Address: Major de Sarrià, 121 Reservation needed 932 04 85 18
This little restaurant with so much history behind it has become a benchmark of fine cuisine, with a menu featuring top-quality tapas and dishes at affordable prices. I like to have dinner specially in the inside lovely terrace. Carrer Major de Sarrià, 134 Reservation needed 932 03 19 18.
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Vivanda
134 Carrer Major de Sarrià
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This little restaurant with so much history behind it has become a benchmark of fine cuisine, with a menu featuring top-quality tapas and dishes at affordable prices. I like to have dinner specially in the inside lovely terrace. Carrer Major de Sarrià, 134 Reservation needed 932 03 19 18.
Good pasta, salads, desserts. Very good quality. I love to have dinner outside in the little terrace. Carrer de Ricardo Calvo, 13 Teléfono: 934 18 98 49 (need reservation)
De Gustibus Italiae
13 Carrer de Ricardo Calvo
Good pasta, salads, desserts. Very good quality. I love to have dinner outside in the little terrace. Carrer de Ricardo Calvo, 13 Teléfono: 934 18 98 49 (need reservation)
Best jamon iberico pizza in town!! Perfect for families, crepes and very good pizzas and other salads and dishes (very god steak tartar and quinoa salad!). No need reservation, one of our tops for family lunch and dinners. Passeig de la Bonanova, 12
CREP NOVA BONANOVA
12 Passeig de la Bonanova
Best jamon iberico pizza in town!! Perfect for families, crepes and very good pizzas and other salads and dishes (very god steak tartar and quinoa salad!). No need reservation, one of our tops for family lunch and dinners. Passeig de la Bonanova, 12
Best burgers in town (high quality burgers, not cheap). Delicious and innovative burgers and gin tonics! Nice setting! Plaça del Camp, 5, 08022 Barcelona Teléfono: 932 54 73 93 Need reservation
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Hamburgueseria La Royale Paco Perez
5 Plaça del Camp
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Best burgers in town (high quality burgers, not cheap). Delicious and innovative burgers and gin tonics! Nice setting! Plaça del Camp, 5, 08022 Barcelona Teléfono: 932 54 73 93 Need reservation
Lovely terrace in the outdoor garden, great food. I definitely love this restaurant for quiet dinners and also for business lunch! Not cheap-not expensive for Barcelona. Carrer del Milanesat, 19 Need reservation 932 03 06 58
Acontraluz
19 Carrer del Milanesat
Lovely terrace in the outdoor garden, great food. I definitely love this restaurant for quiet dinners and also for business lunch! Not cheap-not expensive for Barcelona. Carrer del Milanesat, 19 Need reservation 932 03 06 58
Patisserie, bakery (Plaça de Sarrià, 12-13) Established in 1886, this is a beautiful bakery/deli. Lots of chocolate, pastry, and also a small meat counter with some wine and charcuterie. The ice cream is truly amazing. Hazelnut and pistachio actually have actual nuts in them! I recommend also the chocolate and the almond croissant. It is a gem of the neighborhood. In summer they have also orchata to drink, try this fresh typically Spanish summer beverage!
Foix De Sarriá S L
Patisserie, bakery (Plaça de Sarrià, 12-13) Established in 1886, this is a beautiful bakery/deli. Lots of chocolate, pastry, and also a small meat counter with some wine and charcuterie. The ice cream is truly amazing. Hazelnut and pistachio actually have actual nuts in them! I recommend also the chocolate and the almond croissant. It is a gem of the neighborhood. In summer they have also orchata to drink, try this fresh typically Spanish summer beverage!
Best home made ice creams in Sarrià!
TOMO 2 - Gelats naturales
75 Carrer Major de Sarrià
Best home made ice creams in Sarrià!
Take away quality food in Sarrià! Local food.
El Coc de Sarriá
55 Carrer Major de Sarrià
Take away quality food in Sarrià! Local food.
Organic supermarket in calle Mandri.
Veritas Mandri
15 Carrer de Mandri
Organic supermarket in calle Mandri.
Express supermarket very close to our house
Condis el teu Super
57 Passeig de la Bonanova
Express supermarket very close to our house
Organic Market Sarrià
24 Carrer del Pedró de la Creu
Extra organic meet from the pirynees!
LA VACA MUU Ecològica del Pirineu
10 Carrer de Bigai
Extra organic meet from the pirynees!
Uninterrupted kitchen from 13 to 23pm. Also take away service. Very good to have lunch with the kids because they have a little park close.
5° Pino
98 Passeig de la Bonanova
Uninterrupted kitchen from 13 to 23pm. Also take away service. Very good to have lunch with the kids because they have a little park close.
Tube. Public transport
PUBLIC TRANSPORT CLOSE TO THE HOUSE Tube: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Name of the stop: Sarrià Entrance: Calle Hort de la Vila corner with Via Augusta This is the quickest way to reach the city centre in a few minutes and also to get the trains (renfe rodalies) in the train stop Plaça Catalunya.
Sarrià
PUBLIC TRANSPORT CLOSE TO THE HOUSE Tube: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat Name of the stop: Sarrià Entrance: Calle Hort de la Vila corner with Via Augusta This is the quickest way to reach the city centre in a few minutes and also to get the trains (renfe rodalies) in the train stop Plaça Catalunya.
Policia
Comissaria de la Policía de la Generalitat Mossos D'Esquadra A Sarriá Sant Gervasi
9 Carrer d'Iradier