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Passeig del Born

Recomendado por 79 habitantes locales · Precio estimado 3 de 4 ·

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Z
Z
May 13, 2017
Bonita zona para tomar algo por la noche
Sven
Sven
October 13, 2017
On this street at the back of the Santa Maria del Mar church you can find a variety of bars. Good for bar hopping.
Ivan
Ivan
April 3, 2018
El Born is one of the most historic and trendy neighborhoods of BCN. Between narrow and picturesque streets there are trendy shops, artisans, designers, artists and prominent bars and restaurants.
Inés Carina
Inés Carina
April 13, 2017
Good area for drinks! Also with restaurant around.
Natasha
Natasha
May 16, 2017
A very nice promenade which used to be a joust fighting stip back in the day.
Zara
Zara
May 8, 2018
loads of tapas bars
Robert
Robert
September 13, 2016
Don't miss the bars of Passeig del Born, right on your doorstep!
Doris
Doris
April 11, 2018
the area full of little hippy bars

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