A space full of pleasures and sensations, the district called the Barrio Húmedo (Wet Quarter) is home to the oldest parts of the city. The weight of tradition can be felt in the traditional shop frontages, the maze of streets whose names are a testimony to the medieval guilds and in the infinite number of bars and restaurants that have given the district and its many pleasures its name.
Amongst the many culinary proposals to be found at its bars and restaurants, having a tapa or two is now an activity that verges on a collective religious experience. And when night falls, wine and tapas make room for a more laid-back party atmosphere. The Barrio Húmedo is a place to see and be seen, ideal for lovers of urban life and all it offers.