27 Car parks found
    1. Closer

    NN Bonsuccés

    Covered (1.8m)
    3 min (182m)

    SABA BAMSA Plaça Catalunya

    Covered (2m)
    3 min (194m)

    La Rambla - Boquería

    Covered (1.5m)
    5 min (282m)

    BSM La Boquería

    Covered (2.2m)
    5 min (321m)

    SABA BAMSA Plaça dels Àngels

    Covered (2m)
    6 min (387m)

    SABA Catedral

    Covered (2m)
    7 min (400m)

    Parking Ciutat Vella

    Covered (1.95m)
    7 min (411m)

    NN Palau de la Música

    Covered (1.8m)
    7 min (424m)

    SABA BAMSA Francesc Cambó

    Covered (2m)
    7 min (446m)

    SABA BAMSA Plaça Castella

    Covered (2m)
    9 min (520m)

    SABA BAMSA Rambla Catalunya

    Covered (2m)
    9 min (546m)


    Covered (2.2m)
    9 min (570m)
    Parclick price

    SABA Plaça Urquinaona

    Covered (2m)
    10 min (581m)

    SABA BAMSA Illa Raval

    Covered (2.2m)
    10 min (602m)

    Laietana Princesa

    Covered (2m)
    10 min (614m)


    Covered (2.1m)
    11 min (655m)

    Riera Alta

    Covered (1.9m)
    11 min (659m)
    1. Cheaper

    El Nou Raval

    Covered (1.9m)
    11 min (683m)

    AUMASA - Ronda Sant Pere

    Covered (2.05m)
    13 min (789m)
    Parclick price

    SABA BAMSA Passeig de Gràcia - Consell de Cent

    Covered (2m)
    13 min (795m)

Where to park in Gothic Quarter

Parking in the historic center of Barcelona can be risky business. The solution is simple: book your parking spot at the most convenient place, and walk or use public transit carefree. If you want to get around the city by car, you can take advantage of Parclick’s NETPASS, a pass that lets you enter and exit a network of 39 car parks available throughout the city. On the map, you’ll see all the options that Parclick offers for parking in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.


The Gothic Quarter, neighborhood of neighborhoods

Look closely, you’ll find pieces of a medieval wall

The Gothic Quarter is one of the oldest historic centers and areas in the city of Barcelona. It makes up a part of the Ciutat Vella, the highest part of the Monte Táber, located in the Plaza San Jaime. The neighborhood houses different neighborhoods, each with their own personality, including Judería, Santos Justo y Pastor, Santa María del Pino, la Catedral, Santa Ana, La Merced and el Palacio.

The original shape and structure of the Gothic Quarter remained until the 19th century, when the medieval walls were torn down and public squares were created. Only a few pieces of the first wall are still standing in the Plaza de la Seo and the gothic chapel on Ataúlfo street. This wonderful area of Barcelona is known for its pedestrian center, with narrow, crowded streets where it’s difficult to walk or be in a hurry. It’s one of those places that you know how to get to, but never how to leave, it’s too easy to get lost in the streets.

If you’re traveling to Barcelona in your own car and are interested in strolling through the Gothic Quarter, it’s best to book your parking spot in advance. Use the search tool and find a car park in Barcelona with just one click, as well as car parks in 125 other cities across Europe.

Points of interest near Gothic Quarter in Barcelona

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