Living in Barcelona means to live in a place full of opportunities for every people, not only Spanish, but also foreigners. Understanding trendy as the second name of the Mediterranean city, I’m talking about what you should know about how the citizens of Barcelona live.
Barcelona is well-known around the world thanks to its multicultural and Mediterranean lifestyle, as well as its monuments, international events and business opportunities. According with that, the best neighborhoods to live in are Gracia, Eixample and Sarrià – Sant Gervasi.
Gracia is one of the coolest neighborhoods of Barcelona and the favorite for young people. It is crowd of international restaurants, alternatives shops and cultural events. If you take a walk around, you will fall in love with its pedestrian streets and its lively atmosphere. It is placed between Passeig de Gracia and Park Güell.
In the same sense, maybe you can prefer Eixample district, the heart of Barcelona, placed between the old city (Ciutat Vella) and the neighborhoods of Sants, Gracia and Sant Andreu. It was constructed in the 19th and 20th centuries, so it still remains as a modernism treasure. Walking around its streets you can come across with buildings of Gaudi and other well-known modernist architects. Passeig de Gracia, the golden quartier of Barcelona, is proof of it. What else can you find in here? Lot of restaurants, shops, metro and train stations and monuments such as Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera or Casa Batllo.
But not all young people are keen to live in there. Lots of them prefer to live in Sarria-Sant Gervasi, far enough of noisy streets crowded of tourists, but close to the main universities and international schools of business, such as ESADE or EADA.
There 3 districts are recommended for students who want to enjoy and feel all the taste of Barcelona (business, leisure, architecture, culture, gastronomy and commodities) and thanks to 7 dreams Barcelona apartments you can find your place in one of them.
The weather of Barcelona is warm most of the year and that allow play sports every time. Summer lovers also do well in Barcelona. The coast of Catalonia, especially Costa Brava, is full of sandy coves and blue waters, and lots of them only can be visited arriving by sea.
Barcelona night clubs are certainly an experience whatever your taste is. However, some of these Barcelona clubs are worth the visit by themselves, no matter which music. For example, the area of Port Olympic is for those who are looking for a more upmarket experience. Here a string bars attract a well-heeled cosmopolitan crowd to sip cocktails on their beach terraces.
As you can see, Barcelona has a lot of offer to those who want to live in Barcelona for a while.