Location and contact
7 Portes
Location and contact

The 7 Portes, a benchmark in the city of Barcelona

The 7 Portes is located in one of the most special and flavorful neighborhoods in Barcelona, the neighborhood of Sant Pere–Santa Caterina i la Ribera. In the restaurant, also located a few meters from the Port of Barcelona, tradition and modernity come together. In addition, its tables have seduced artists and intellectuals from all over the world. A place where you can enjoy gastronomy and culture sitting at the same table since 1836.

Restaurant 7 Portes Contact:
Main address: Passeig Isabel II, 14 Barcelona 08003 Barcelona, ​​Spain
Phone:+34 93 319 30 33 E-mail:reserves@7portes.com
How to get there by car

One of the easy options is to get to the restaurant by car. Around 7 Portes, you can find different parking options with a space near the restaurant.

How to get there by metro, train or funicular

You can get to 7 Portes by Bus, Metro, Train, Tram or Funicular. These are the lines and routes that stop near the restaurant: Liceu; Barcelona - França Station; Pas Sota Muralla - Via Laietana; Pla de Palau - Av Marquès de l'Argentera; Pg. Colom - Via Laietana; Via Laietana-Correus; Barceloneta Subway; Pla de Palau; Barcelona; Correus.

Metro: L4

Train: R1, R2S, S2

How to get there by bus

You can get to 7 Portes by bus on lines 59, D20, H14, L67, V13, V17 that stop near the restaurant.


Nearest parking: Telepark Barceloneta Port Vell (Plaza Pau Vila 1, 08039, Barcelona)

Book your place in the Telepark app for € 9.90/day (€41/day without the app) from Monday to Friday, and for € 11.90/day on weekends.

Contact with us

Reserve a table for a Sunday family celebration or an important event with your partner. Order your dishes to collect or, if you prefer, enjoy the 7 Portes menu wherever and whenever you want with 7 Portes at Home by contacting us by phone or email.

Our kitchen and our tables are at your disposal.


Santa Maria del Mar

The Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar in the Born district, one of the most visited urban centers in Barcelona, is the only church in pure Catalan Gothic style built between 1329 and 1384. From the rooftops of the Basilica, you can enjoy Barcelona from a privileged perspective that helps to understand the medieval urban fabric and the structure of the city center.

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Port Vell de Barcelona

With four centuries of existence, Port Vell is the oldest and still operating part of the entire port of Barcelona. It was the first stable dock in the city, where ships could dock sheltered from storms, and it effectively separated the city from the water. Today, the promenade extends along the sea with the Rambla, which leads to the Maremagnum, and has become one of the great leisure and relaxation spots in the city.

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Barceloneta and Born quarters

La Barceloneta is the seaside quarter par excellence of the city. The narrow and closed streets, and the family lifestyle protect it from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The facades darkened by sea salt, the boats that unload at sunset and the unmistakable smell show the Mediterranean character, very similar to that of any fishing village on the Catalan coast.


The neighborhood next to Barceloneta is El Born, one of the most modern places in the city. During the day the cafes are packed and at night people head to Paseo de Born. El Born, however, not only has nightlife; there is also a lot of culture to see. On Calle Moncada, a medieval street in ancient times, the Picasso Museum and the Textile Museum are located, which also has a small cafe with a terrace.

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Colón Promenade

The Colón Monument in Barcelona is a giant building that rises 60 meters above the sky with the statue in homage to the great explorer Cristobal Colón, placed at its highest point and facing the sea. The emblematic monument, in the port area of the city and at the foot of the Ramblas, offers the curious a 60-meter-high point of view from where you can see the Ramblas and part of Barcelona, offering you a unique vision.

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Ciutadella Park

It was the first park specifically designed as a public park and was built in the late 19th century. It is a space widely used for all kinds of recreational and cultural activities, and has more than one hundred plant species, with many ancient trees and interesting sculptures. Ciutadella Park contains a great diversity of elements: the monumental waterfall, 19th-century buildings now converted into museums, a lake to walk around with rowing boats and numerous sculptures, as well as sharing space with the Barcelona Zoo.

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Building of the Llotja de Mar

Right in front of 7 Portes, stands a building with a neoclassical façade that hides inside one of the most unknown treasures of Barcelona's civil Gothic style. La Llotja de Mar is the clear synonym of history, architecture, painting and sculpture that has lived through different historical stages with diverse functions, but always related to commercial and maritime activity.

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