What to do in Poble Nou district in Barcelona
Poble Nou is currently one of the neighborhoods of choice for gastronomy, art and culture in general. For the last 10 years the city has made all its efforts to promote this historic and wonderful district. Today we will tell you its hidden spots.
Let’s start discovering the neighborhood with a good dose of contemporary art. The Sala Beckett opened its doors in 1989. In 2011 they moved their headquarters to an old former neighborhood cooperative maintaining its old structure along with a renovated fresh design. It is a space for theatrical creation and experimentation, where theatre professionals and other disciplines give a new approach to theatre.
Palo Alto Market
Do you like street markets? Palo Market will become your favorite. Among the clotheslines are artisans, designers, chefs and anyone who wants to offer something cool to the public. To brighten up the atmosphere they will play live music all day long.
It is a restaurant that has been open since 1984 and over the years have not stopped innovating. They have integrated the concept of “open source” into their restaurant business. This means that from their furniture as recipes are available to the consumer, so you can purchase their furniture or learn their recipes.