El Raval is Barcelona’s most colourful district and possibly the most happening. With some of Barcelona’s best bars, top restaurants, and excellent things to see and do, you’ll find much to explore in this tourist centre of the city. La Boqueria Market on La Rambla avenue sells seafood, wine, and tapas, while laid-back cafes line Rambla del Raval. Whatever your taste in food you will find a restaurant or bar to suit.
The Güell Tapas Restaurant serves delicious late-night food and great cocktails or if you are a vegetarian why not try the Sesamo Restaurant. It offers a fantastic vegetarian cuisine prepared with organic seasonal products and has a warm and charming atmosphere. There is a whimsical mural of a dragon in the back dining room and the servers frequently display a chalkboard with the day’s specials for use when ordering.