Barri Gòtic, Barcelona.
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Barcelona’s oldest district is by no means its dullest, and thanks to its winding medieval streets and star attractions like La Seu Cathedral and Plaça del Rei, residents and visitors of all ages and nationalities keep Barri Gòtic buzzing both day and night.

Rife with pubs, bars, and restaurants, the neighborhood offers plenty of options from cozy local haunts to Irish pubs designed with travelers in mind. The epicenter of the neighborhood is the handsome Plaça Reial, whose plethora of nightspots draws a continuous crowd.

Perhaps the only drawback to Barri Gòtic is the fact that its popularity does attract some shady street hawkers after dark, especially around Escudellers Street – but as long as visitors stick to the bustling bars and clubs, the neighborhood promises a good time.

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