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BAR EL BOCATA

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BAR EL BOCATA

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Passeig de sant antoni ,37, 08014 Barcelona Spain
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Sants EstacióBarcelona Metro4 min
HostafrancsBarcelona Metro6 min
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Admission tickets for Park Güell, one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions, typically sell out quickly; however, by buying tickets online in advance, you can guarantee entry, avoid the long lines, and save time on the day. Instead of queueing in the heat, explore Park Güell—including the Dragon Staircase, Hypostyle Room, and more—at your own pace.
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Conejo wrote a review Jan 2016
Miami296 contributions83 helpful votes
We recently went to Barcelona and had dinner at this place which was located close to my Hotel. The servers were nice and friendly, they had a wide array of Tapas to serve. (Tapas are some sort of sides that will be great with a good wine or with a sangria)... You should try the Patatas Bravas (Potatoes with Aioli), the pork was also very good! and the Camarones al Ajillo (Shrimp with Garlic) is tasty! Good value for the money!!!
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Date of experience: November 2015
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MJHBlack wrote a review May 2015
Salt Lake City204 contributions114 helpful votes
First night in Spain; first night in Barcelona, tired, hungry, walked across street from rail station Sants to Passeig de Santi Antoni. Low lights, lots of patrons watching soccer (or a heated outdoor seating option), a credit card machine that worked, a menu of 50 tapas at the inexpensive prices you want to see; a waiter (Miguel) who was very pleasant, helpful, and willing to humor us as we tried to speak Spanish. loved our squid (calamari); spicy beef, potatoes in a mayo sauce and chorizo tapas, along with adult beverages. Good first-night experience.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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