Gràcia is like a less edgy, and exponentially more expensive version of Raval. Once a village, incorporated into Barcelona city in the late 19th century, this neighborhood is popular with hipsters and hippies with fat wallets. Located north of the city center, it’s crowded with cozy artisan shops where you can buy locally made clothes and accessories. Specific streets to explore include Carrer d’Asturies and Carrer Verdi. Don’t miss the Any Tichy’s Pinc Store or Oslo, a sort of artist’s commune, where you can buy hand-made wares directly from forty-some artists and artisans. Oslo doesn’t accept bankcards.