The city of Barcelona

Are you considering the possibility of buying a house in Barcelona? We will show you the trendy neighborhoods of the city.

Barcelona is a city of many possibilities, where culture, tradition and history are mixed. It has more than 70 neighborhoods and each one is like a small city or a microuniverse. If you want to buy an apartment in Barcelona, either to live or to rent it and make a profit. Find out in which neighborhoods you can make the most of this investment.


Poble Sec

Is located between Avinguda Paral.lel and Montjuic and is a neighborhood that is very appreciated in recent years. It is multicultural, very authentic and with a lot of life. In addition, it is very well connected and has many hotels and theaters.

Carrer Blai is one of the most famous in this area for the local “lifelong” trade, especially for restaurants and bars of all kinds. It is a perfect place if you want to stay in the center, but away from the tourist crowds and in a residential area.


Barri de Gracia

Is one of the neighborhoods with the most character in Barcelona. Barri de Gracia is located on the left side of L’Eixample and is known for its cosmopolitan and bohemian spirit. It combines the youthful and artistic atmosphere with tradition.

Another characteristic feature of the Gracia neighborhood is its Modernist architecture. In this neighborhood you can find Park Güell, Casa Vicens or Casa Fuster. In addition, it is very well connected and the cultural and nightlife offer is very diverse. In short, it is an ideal place for families and young people.


Gótico and Born

Gótico and Born are part of Ciutat Vella and are located in the heart of the city in the oldest neighborhood of Barcelona. Therefore, they preserve a great historical essence. They have a mixture of architectures and narrow and medieval streets. It is a neighborhood that offers a wide cultural offer, as they are neighborhoods full of museums, monuments, art and architecture galleries.

Both districts are busy and touristy, so the gastronomic offer and the atmosphere are not lacking at any time of the day. It is suitable if you are young and like to live in the heart of big cities.



Raval is an alternative, peculiar and very important neighborhood in the center of Barcelona. El Raval stands out for its diversity and cultural mix, as more than half of the neighborhood is from other countries. It is quite a touristy and busy area.


This neighborhood is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Barcelona and has over 300 cultural institutions such as the Library of Catalonia, museums such as MACBA, the Film Library, etc. It is a very busy area for young people, so it is ideal if you want to buy a house for rent and therefore invest.


Sagrada Familia

The Basilica of the Sagrada Familia gives its name and charm to this neighborhood on the right side of the Eixample. Although it is a very touristy and busy area during the day, it is one of the most pleasant and quiet places to live in Barcelona. It is a neighborhood made up of more locals, so there are not many students living here, nor much international influence.

If you are looking for a central but quiet area with a residential atmosphere, great tourist and commercial attractions and good access, Sagrada Familia is ideal.