Barcelona is a city that invites to get lost to discover the lively streets and squares of Gràcia and Poblenou, to enjoy some wonderful views of the city… and, of course, to contemplate all kinds of architectural styles, from of Santa Maria del Mar’s Gothic to the most modern skyscrapers of Diagonal Mar and Glòries, including the modernist Pedrera.
Barcelona lived within its walls until the middle of the 19th century. Its historical nucleus, the district of Ciutat Vella, accumulates 2,000 years of history.
The Passeig de Gràcia became the main artery of the Eixample as soon as it began to be built and the well-off families.
Eixample Sant Martí
This area stands out for its architectural variety. Barcelona left its walls at the end of the 19th century and that is why in the Eixample there are modernist.
Montjuïc, the magic mountain, has been witness and protagonist of transcendental events in the city.
It’s impossible not to fall in love with this neighbourhood that preserves its sailor’s spirit despite the profound transformation of the 1992 Olympic Games.