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Historic district with narrow streets, Gothic architecture, and proximity to attractions like La Rambla and Barcelona Cathedral.

Barri Gòtic


Known for its grid-like layout, modernist architecture (including Gaudí's Casa Batlló and La Pedrera), and upscale shopping on Passeig de Gràcia.

Trendy neighborhood with narrow streets, boutique shops, and proximity to attractions like the Picasso Museum and Santa Maria del Mar.

El Born


Bohemian district with a village-like atmosphere, lively squares, and local markets like Mercat de la Llibertat.

 Beachside neighborhood with sandy beaches, seafood restaurants, and views of the Mediterranean Sea.


Poble Sec

Vibrant neighborhood known for its tapas bars, theaters like El Molino, and proximity to Montjuïc Park.

Up-and-coming neighborhood with a local vibe, trendy cafes, and the historic Sant Antoni Market.

Sant Antoni

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