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The arc de la Rambla is, in addition to the name of our hotel, the way the locals know the arch that marks the beginning of the Arc del Teatre street. This little street, which joins La Rambla and Av. de les Drassanes (at the...

Now that the good weather is coming, at Hotel Arc La Rambla we would like to recommend some of the best terraces in Barcelona so that you can plan your stay in the city. These are some of the best places for you to enjoy the...

Following the Tour around the traditional shops of Barcelona that we started in our previous post, from Hotel Arc La Rambla we suggest you four new emblematic traditional shops in Barcelona. Keep reading and discover these shops that hide the story of the city. Ferretería Bolibar Ferreteria Bolibar is a family business...

Our hotel is located in one of the most central and historic areas of Barcelona, close to some of the most emblematic traditional shops in the city. Discover in this post the secrets of these shops that you will be able to enjoy during your...

Nuestro hotel está situado en una de las zonas más céntricas y con mayor historia de Barcelona, cerca de algunos de los comercios tradicionales más emblemáticos de la ciudad. Descubre en este post los secretos de estos negocios que podrás disfrutar en tu visita a Barcelona...

Catalan gastronomy has given us a great diversity of recipes that are known around the world. From Hotel Arc La Rambla we would like to recommend some of the most typical Catalan dishes so that you can warm up during the winter months: 1. Canelones One of...

La gastronomía catalana ha aportado una gran diversidad de recetas que son conocidas alrededor del mundo. Desde Hotel Arc La Rambla queremos recomendarte algunos de los platos catalanes más típicos para que puedas entrar en calor durante los meses de invierno: 1. Canelones Uno de los platos de...

Christmas markets have a long tradition in Barcelona. These markets were born to sell animals and typical food products for December's meals and celebrations, but currently in Barcelona the most traditional markets sell Christmas trees and cribs, clothes and all kinds of gift items. Barcelona, as...

The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is one of the most visited and oldest parts of Barcelona. It is one of the four districts that form the Ciutat Vella and is delimited by La Rambla, Via Laietana, Passeig de Colom and Plaça Catalunya. All this makes...

La Mercè are the festivities celebrated in Barcelona from 20 to 24 September. It is a celebration in honour of the Mare de Dèu de La Mercè, one of the patron saints of Barcelona, filling the city with cultural, free musical and religious events in...

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