Roman remains, traces of ancient walls, the Jewish quarter, the Gothic Cathedral and the most important palaces. We could go on and on listing the marvels of the Gothic Quarter, the oldest nucleus of the city and the quintessential historic centre. With its little streets, tiny squares and innumerable legends hidden away.
The narrow streets and little squares of this neighbourhood invite you to wander around and let yourself be surprised by its charm and always lively atmosphere. There are many curious little corners, like Plaça Traginers, under one of the towers on the Roman walls; Plaça Sant Just, with the oldest medieval fountain in the city and an imposing Gothic church; and the Baroque Plaça Sant Felip Neri, with a central fountain that fills it with freshness. El Gòtic is the place to find the essence of the oldest Barcelona.