Poble Sec is a residential district of Barcelona, located between the parallel avenue and the Montjuic mountain. This part of town is not rich in sights, but the evenings are always fun, you can go to local bars and enjoy pintxos cheap wine after a long walk on the Montjuic. This is a good part of the city, to buy affordable housing, to the center and close to the beaches, close to a huge park, and on the upper floors with beautiful views of Barcelona.
The Poble Seke flows measured and quiet life, noisy except on a pedestrian street Blai, which once again, and have to go for drinks, snacks, fun and new acquaintances.
The name of the district Poble Sec translates as "dry town". Some argue that this is due to a long absence in the Poble Sec fountains - first established here only in 1894 in upper Raval. Others suggest that the people began to refer to the area as a "dry", as a result of excessive activity proliferated in Poble Sec textile factories in many nearby wells lost water.
On Parallel Avenue, near the famous Apolo club has three high brick tower, reminiscent of the industrial past of Poble Sec, in addition there are many old theaters and cabarets, the most famous of which is called El Molino and is a copy of the Paris Moulin Rouge.