Streets,squares,passages, cross streets in Barcelona… one of the coolest ways in Barcelona is SENECA Street. Located in the hard of the city, hidden behind Casa Fuster in the top of Passeig de Gràcia, surrounded by elegant buildings of Diagonal and the indie quarter of Gracia.
No more than 10 exclusive stores but three more than interesting art galleries:
Galería Miquel Alzueta, in number 9. that will open a new exhibition (11th July) from Manolo Ballesteros (Barcelona 1965) http://manoloballesteros.com/, recognized artista that exposes in contemporary art museums like Can Framis in Poble Nou.
Plom Gallery, the first gallery for kids in the city , that has a vintage posters exhibition during the same week.
Planeta Bea, a new pop-up gallery, that organizes exhibits ones a month. It is specialized in emerging catalán artists. And in the meantime is a painting atelier (also for visitors!).
In the same Seneca street you can have a memorable lunch in ROIG RUBÍ, one of the best in class restaurants in the city or, if you’re there in the afternoon, you can have a drink in the terrace of Casa Fuster Hotel and enjoy spectacular views of the city.