The District of Gràcia

Bohemian, popular, creative and cosmopolitan, Gràcia is one of the most appealing neighbourhoods in Barcelona. It preserves the atmosphere of the old, independent town with its unmistakable layout of narrow streets with old, low-rise buildings leading onto charismatic squares. Gràcia is more than a neighbourhood, it is an oasis in the very centre of a great city. It is a village with its own identity, with its thriving commerce, where traditional small shops live side by side with artisans, a huge variety of bars and restaurants, and leisure activities that have come to the area over the last few years.


The most cultural, vibrant, dynamic area of town.

Do you want more information about the area?
Ajuntament Barcelona/ Time OutGracia Divina/ Passeig de Gràcia/ Gràcia Activa/

El barrio barcelonés con más salas V.O.

Gràcia is the neighbourhood with more cinemas showing undubbed films. There are six cinemas showing undubbed films within a 10-minute walk from the school:

Cines Verdi/ Cinemes Texas/ Cinemes Girona/ Phenomen ExperienceGrup Balaña

The area offers a wide range of eating experiences

There are hundreds of bodegas and restaurants catering to all tastes and budgets.

Foodie in Barcelona/ In the mood for food/ Food Barcelona/ Bcn Foodie Guide/ Oidococina/ In and Out/


An international, neighbourhood language school
Today the school occupies over 900m2 of a modern, spacious building, with a terrace enjoying views over the city.

Telephone: +34 932 375 111


Opening hours:
Monday to Thursday: From 8.00am to 9.00pm.
Friday: From 8.00am to 9.00pm.
Saturday: From 10.00am to 1.00pm.

Guillem Tell, 27. 08006 Barcelona. España.

A popular neighbourhood

The Gràcia Festival
Every August the week-long festival transforms Gràcia’s streets. Traditional music, decorated streets, beer and partying fill the area for the traditional Festes de Gràcia, one of the most keenly anticipated, popular celebrations in Barcelona.