El Paseo de Gracia is one of the most famous and tourist streets of Barcelona, possibly second only to La Rambla. It is also one of the most luxurious streets of the city, where the elite of the bourgeoisie lived in the golden age of Catalan modernism, which got this famous street became a modernist architectural showcase of incredible magnitude.
The most recognizable buildings you'll find the Paseo de Gracia are: La Manzana de la discordia, between the streets of Aragón and Consell de Cent. La Casa Batlló, a must if you come to visit Barcelona. Casa Amatller, wonderful building that combines Gothic Catalan flamenco. La Pedrera, which has been declared a World Heritage Site, is also a must for anyone who tread Barcelona. Trading in Paseo de Gracia is important. This makes it increasingly fashion branding and complements international character established in this Barcelona avenue. You will find the headquarters of large chains and brands such as Zara, Mango, Desigual, Massimo Dutti, Levis or Benetton. You'll also find the classic luxury brands such as Rolex, Loewe, Louis Vuitton and Chanel among others. As expected, in Paseo de Gracia can not miss places for coffee, a snack, lunch or snack. Throughout the whole street, you will find many local type cafes, terraces tapas or restaurants where you can regain strength if you take a long time walking around town.