A Guide to the Barrio Sant Andreu

The little barrio of Sant Andreu to the northeast of the centre of Barcelona is a neighbourhood that many might not have even heard of, let alone visited. Here’s our guide to the Sant Andreu and several compelling reasons why you should visit.

Sarrià-Sant Gervasi Guide

Sarrià-Sant Gervasi is one of the largest districts of Barcelona, containing the neighborhoods of Sarrià, Les Tres Torres, Sant Gervasi – La Bonanova, Sant Gervasi – Galvany, Vallvidrera, Tibidabo and Les Planes and Putxet and Farró.

El Poblenou Neighborhood Guide

Explore the trendy high tech neighborhood of El Poblenou. By the sea and with its own Rambla, El Poblenou boasts a variety of alluring cultural attractions.

Gràcia Guide

Explore bohemian Gràcia: famous for its charming streets and squares. We cover the history, cultural attractions, restaurants, nightlife and accommodation.

Poble Sec Nieghborhood Guide

The bohemian neighborhood of Poble Sec is famous for its theatres, nightlife and fabulous restaurants. It is also rich in history with important landmarks such as Refugi 307.

Eixample Neighborhood Guide

Discover the modernist architectural gems, museums, restaurants, hotels, nightlife and shopping of the Eixample neighborhood of Barcelona.

Gothic Quarter Guide

The labyrinthine Gothic Quarter lies at the heart of Barcelona, with many layers of history going back to the Roman town of Barcino. The neighborhood draws its name from its Gothic architecture, a style that flourished in Europe during the late Middle Ages from the 12th-16th centuries, often seen in cathedrals and churches.