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They also sell very good products. Salón Toro , Paseo De Gracia, 63, 08007 Barcelona; +34 93 317 08 22 Normally tourists go to where the shops and museums are, for example El Born or Barrio Gótico. If you go to El Born, taste the best croissants at La Hofmann, visit La Comercial for the coolest and funniest home decor stuff, Etnia for sunglasses (they just opened a seventh floor space which is amazing), Teresa Carles for the most healthy natural juices, Flax&Kale to have lunch and Limited Editions for the limited edition sneakers of all brands. Hofmann Pastisseria , Carrer dels Flassaders, 44, 08003 Barcelona; +34 932 68 82 21 Etnia , Carrer de l'Espasería 1-3, 08003 Barcelona; + 34 930186614 Teresa Carles , Carrer de Jovellanos, 2, 08001 Barcelona; +34 933 17 18 29 Flax&Kale , Carrer dels Tallers, 74B, 08001 Barcelona; +34 933 17 56 64 Limited Editions, Carrer de Rera Palau, 7, 08003 Barcelona; +34 933 02 23 56 A post shared by Hotel Margot House (@margothousebarcelona) on If I was a tourist for a weekend in Barcelona (knowing it as a citizen), first of all, I would book a room in the best hotel for me, which is Margot House. They only have five rooms and it's located in the middle of Paseo de Gracia. Barcelona: A guide to the Catalan city 01:09 Another one -- bigger -- is a boutique hotel called Cotton House but I prefer the first one, you feel like home. Maybe a good breakfast somewhere like Brunch & Cake or Milk Bar & Bistro and then a visit through the places I just said, a bit of museums, some shopping and a very important thing: lunch and dinner. For lunch you can go to Boca Grande, for tapas go to Ciudad Condal -- so good -- and for Mediterranean food, Lio de 4 and Coure. If you're a fan of Japanese you should go to my favorite one, El Parco. If you try it you will come again to Barcelona just to eat it again. You can choose lunch or dinner there, I prefer dinner.
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