El Raval mixes art, culture and an urban vibe that attracts both locals and tourists. The edgy neighbourhood is full with museums and bars, which turns it into a place full of life from sun to sun. Here you will find the streets lined with art, cafes, bars and restaurants. It is also common to find boutique clothing stores in El Raval. The amazing location near Las Ramblas, the main avenue of Barcelona, makes it an attraction to tourists from all over the world. El Raval is located between the two most famous food markets in Barcelona, La Boqueria in Las Ramblas e Mercat Sant Antoni. If you’re a meat lover, Jamon Serrano is a must. The good and the weird converge to create one of the most interesting neighbourhoods in Barcelona.