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  • Estació del Nord and Glòries

    Estació del Nord and Glòries

    The neighbourhood around the former railway station, the Estació del Nord in the Eixample, and the area near the Plaça de les Glòries are in a constant process of transformation. They are transient, changing spaces where tall landmark buildings, such as the Torre Glòries, the Teatre Nacional or the Museu del Disseny, have sprung up in recent years and now form a new central area for Barcelona, below the new section of the Avinguda Diagonal.

  • Parc de Joan Miró

    Parc de Joan Miró

    Known locally as the "Parc de l'Escorxador", this park is a jigsaw puzzle of different elements set out around a cement plaza designed to host all kinds of events and activities.

  • "Gaixample"

    LGTBI tourism has been out of the closet for a long time in Barcelona. Tourists can enjoy a wide range of leisure and cultural attractions in an atmosphere of tolerance and freedom.

  • Parc de l'Estació del Nord

    Parc de l'Estació del Nord

    A small, delightful park, sunny but with shady areas, simple yet complex, is located in Barcelona's Eixample.

  • Parc de Montjuïc

    Parc de Montjuïc

    The Parc de Montjuïc is located in the Sants neighbourhood and it occupies a vast swathe of the imposing hill overlooking the port, offering a plethora of green areas and gardens, museums and cultural attractions, sports facilities and Olympic sites. Montjuïc speaks to us about the history and life of a hill that has helped define Barcelona's personality.

  • Les Corts and Pedralbes

    Les Corts and Pedralbes

    The city's longest avenue, the Diagonal, cuts through the two neighbourhoods. To the south, Les Corts, which is a blend of modernity and the rural origins of the area. To the north, the smart residential district of Pedralbes, with its parks, quiet streets and outstanding Gothic monastery.

  • Parc de Cervantes

    Parc de Cervantes

    The Parc de Cervantes greets us as we enter Barcelona from the Avinguda Diagonal. An image of lush greenery and colour which conceals a small open-air museum.

  • Sarrià

    Sarrià

    Sarrià perhaps best encapsulates the true feel of a Barcelona neighbourhood. It retains the traditional flavour and personality of bygone years, with its close-knit community, small, charming shops, elegant townhouses, and parks, clinics and hospitals and prestigious schools. A walk through Sarrià is always a pleasurable experience, which brings us back into contact with the past.

  • Parc de Collserola

    Barcelona's great green "lung", a protected park where a wide variety of Mediterranean flora and fauna brings us into contact with nature just 15 minutes away from the bustling city.

  • Parc de l'Oreneta

    For grown-ups is an area of urban woodland where they can lose themselves. For the little ones, it represents a world of excitement.

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