Pueblo Nuevo has its own Ramblas, and they are a 5 minutes walk from the La Luz Barcelona.
You will find lots of typical Spanish restaurants offering tapas or paella.
Dinner is rather late in Spain, you can sit and eat outside or just stroll along
the Ramblas and enjoy the warm outdoors life.
The Ramblas of Pueblo Nuevo are very lively. In the day time, during siesta time
(from approximately 1 PM until 4 PM), many local restaurants offer a lunch menu
which consists of a starter, a main course with dessert and a drink, for less
than 10 Euro. Andalucia, for example, is a nice simple warm day restaurant, at
Ramon Turro, one block down from La Luz. Or turn right on Ramon Turro and sit
down at Tras Paso. Around 5 PM these restaurants close and dinner is a more
formal affair, late in the evening. On your way to Las Ramblas de Pueblo Nuevo
(Poble Nou), you find the local old centre with little shops selling olives, fish
or other local products. A bit hidden away behind the pedestrian street, you'll
find the indoor market, with lots of smoked ham, jamon serrano, chorizo or
delicious cheese. There is a big supermarket on the top floor (Mercadona).
Of course you also have the wide range of restaurants directly on Las Ramblas de
There are a wide range of restaurants directly on Las Ramblas de Pueblo Nuevo where you can have your lunch or dinner outside on the terraces.
The new shopping mall Diagonal Mar, in front of the Forum, has lots of clothing
and fashion shops. 'Rebajas' (sales) take place several times a year; watch out
for the 'segundo rebaja', following the initial sales, it is even cheaper. Keep
in mind that clothes are already normally a lot cheaper than in Northern Europe.
The shopping mall offers an indoor food court and a big outdoor terrace with lots
of restaurants. In front of the door you will find the tram stop if you want to
go along Diagonal to Les Glories, where a big flee market is held on Mondays,
Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. It's also the tram line for the Barcelona