5 Best Places to Live in Barcelona | Casamona International

5 Best Places to Live in Barcelona | Casamona International

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Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. It is an international hotbed and an attractive place for prospective residents and tourists alike. It boasts attractions and architectural landmarks renowned across the world, and is a paradise for food lovers! We love this city, and now we have put together a list of our top picks of areas  for those looking to move here permanently.

 

1. Gracia

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes.

Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city.

Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants.

This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet.

The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visithttp://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/ // http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El Poblenou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses.

It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

 

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:fr]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:ca]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:es]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:it]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:nl]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:ru]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:de]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:sv]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:da]Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain with a population of 1.621.537 people. This friendly city is an extremely popular place to live and visit for numerous reasons:  the main attractions are buildings which have been designed by the same man, Antoni Gaudi. It is a city which is discoverable by foot and is a paradise for gastronomes. Casamona has come up with 5 of the best places to live in Barcelona and why:

1. Gracia

 

One of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona would be Gracia, known for its narrow and winding streets. It is a Low-key district. Gracia is one stop away from Passeig de Gracia which is one of the most major avenues in Barcelona. This neighbourhood is one full of artists. It is a trendy neighbourhood which has a high concentration of restaurants and cosy cafes. Each year there is a festival that is held in August for 5 days. Locals compete in major street decoration (and take it very seriously). At night there are drink stalls and stages with live music, so you are bound to enjoy the merry atmosphere. Gracia is self sufficient, you would never have to leave if it didn’t please you. Beautiful architecture can be seen along the streets of this beautiful neighbourhood which offer arty boutiques that stand next to traditional spanish shops. You can travel to main centre of Barcelona by metro in just under 10 minutes.

Streets of Gracia.

 

For more information about Gracia visit http://www.casamona.com/gracia/

2. Barceloneta

Barceloneta is a nice safe area with its own character which is why casamona believes it is one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona. Port vell is on one side and fine, sandy beaches are on the other of this friendly neighbourhood. Barceloneta offers nice views of the sea and various large boats. The streets are narrow and rectilinear where, inside the neighbourhood the pavements are filled with bars, shops and restaurants, combined with Spanish sitting in their chairs and clothes hanging out to dry on the narrow balconies. Houses were built low and small so not to obstruct the outstanding views of the city. Around the outside of Barceloneta you will find many, high quality seafood restaurants. Port Vell warehouse had been transformed into a history museum with exhibits interpreting 3,000 years of Catalan history. Barceloneta also offers a cable car service which allows you to see best views of the city. This trendy neighbourhood has the baronial train station ‘Estacio de francia’ and a metro.

View of Barceloneta

For more information about Barceloneta visit http://www.casamona.com/barceloneta/

3. Gothic Quarter

One of the best things about the Gotic Quarter are the narrow medieval streets were one can walk around and explore without never getting bored. Gotico offers many trendy bars, clubs and traditional catalan restaurants to suit your needs. Back in the day it used to be a Roman village. There are many peaceful squares where you can sit back and enjoy surroundings of this medieval styled neighbourhood. There is a well-known cathedral situated in the Gotic quarter named the ‘Leon Cathedral’  which has an amazing courtyard filled with plants. This neighbourhood is old mixed with new. Streets are very small and narrow which means that it might take a while to get your bearings. A person who decides to live here will never spoilt for choice for nightclubs or trendy bars, there will always be somewhere to go. It is a cultural hub of the city that suits every type of traveller.

Streets of Gotico (image via, Guía Repsol)

For more information about the Gotic Quarter visit http://www.casamona.com/gotico/

4. Eixample

Casamona believes that one of the 5 best places to live in Barcelona is Eixample which offers beautiful architecture that gives the neighbourhood a touch of elegance. It is noted as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods within Barcelona. Eixample translates to expansion. It is a new area of the city that was developed in the late 19th early 20th century. This neighbourhood is known for high end shops, art galleries and modern architecture. It has an orderly modernist grid system and does not have winding narrow streets like the others. It is a well connected and a residential area which means its quiet. The area was built according to the bourgeois tastes of the 19th century. Eixample offers Michelin quality restaurants so if you are on a budget be sure to check the prices. It is one of best neighbourhood for tapas. There is not many nightclubs but there are nice small bars where you can get good cocktails. Passeig de gracia is the heart of Eixample which cuts through eixample dreta and eixample esquerra.

Streets of Eixample

For more information about Eixample visit http://www.casamona.com/eixample-dreta/

http://www.casamona.com/eixample-esquerra/

5. El PobleNou

Poblenou means new town in English. There was an intense transformation beyond the years, making it into something spectacular. Warehouses and old factories have been made into new modern office buildings, lofts and art galleries. Poblenou is located in the district of Sant Marti. This beautiful business area is now a hot bed for creative business ideas. Its renovation has attracted many new residents and businesses. It has various parks and green areas were you can sit back and relax called Parc del centre del poblenou and Jardins de Gandhi. If you take a metro it is only 10 minutes from the centre. Poblenou offers a variety of different things, such as, a language school, where you can improve your Catalan or Spanish, a public library and  Muncipal Bogatell Sport Coplex.

Triton Building. (Image via Durlet Apartments)

 

For more information about Poblenou visit http://www.casamona.com/poblenou/

Barcelona is a fantastic place to move to with many international  people, restaurants and sites to see! Who wouldn’t want to live in this sunny city? We have more information on our website  about these neighbourhoods around Barcelona with a various amount of properties for sale and for rent. If you are a person whom is interested to move to Barcelona,  visit www.casamona.com

If you are looking for more of an insight of the neighbourhoods within Barcelona visit, http://www.casamona.com/where-to-live-in-barcelona/[:]