Gracia has many restaurants, bars and shops, a real Mediterranean lifestyle. There are terraces in the squares where you can drink your coffee in the morning, have lunch at noon, supper at night and later on a drink in one of the bars around them. There are a lot of restaurants which offer all type of food, from Catalan kitchen to the most exotic dishes and for the entertainment there are theaters, cinemas. The major cultural and tourist attraction of the district is undoubtedly the Park Guell, the admired works of Antoni Gaudí. Gràcia is also well-known for it's festival which is held for 5 days in August and sees the locals competing in street decoration using different themes, with prizes for the best street decoration. The results are usually spectacular, and at night the festival comes alive with drinks stalls and stages of live music of every variety.