The Eixample area is well known for its safe, residential atmosphere and many cultural attractions including the famous Sagrada Familia cathedral and the Gaudí houses such as La Pedrera and casa Batlló. It is famous for its luxurious shops on Passeig de Garcia, where shoppers can indulge in worldwide brands. It also has a wide range of restaurants, bakeries and local shops with regular bus services. It’s broad, sunny streets offer a terrific contrast to the narrow, shady paths through the Gothic quarter.
As an exclusive neighbourhood, the right-hand side of Eixample is home to the middle-upper class of Barcelona. It’s certainly a good standard of living amongst all the upmarket bars and restaurants. It is also home to many families with young children.
Eixample Dreta is very well connected to the rest of the city. It’s rich in culture and history. The apartments in this area are quite spacious, often with lovely long corridors.
Barcelona’s cosmopolitan spirit – diverse and intercultural – is shown by the fact that nearly 18% of city residents are foreigners. The city is divided into 10 districts and made up of 73 neighborhoods, filled with lots of history, culture, and plenty of fun activities for everyone. The neighborhoods are all distinct from one another, each one offering its own best features. We offer unique and different homes in some of the best neighborhoods of Barcelona; let us help you to discover your favorite neighborhood to live in!.