In the bohemian neighborhood of Gracia you can have a nice mosaic workshop follow with Arty Barcelona.
When Barcelona grew considerably as a city from the end of the 19th century with the Eixample district, the until then independent municipality of Gracia suddenly became part of Barcelona. Gracia therefore has a completely different character than the modern expansion district Eixample with its block pattern. It has retained its village character, including siestas. The architecture is colorful with a lot of ornament and the district has relatively many low-rise buildings. Gracia is often described as a bohemian neighborhood because it attracts many artists. You will find many galleries and special shops. Gracia in Barcelona is also the neighborhood where Gaudí built his Casa Vicens and you can ideally combine a visit to Gracia with the adjacent Park Güell.