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Sants and Hostafrancs
The Sants and Hostafrancs neighbourhoods, with their busy commercial life, village atmosphere and family ambience, share an industrial past that can still be felt on its streets.
The Collserola range, located in Barcelona's metropolitan area, is the green lung on the outskirts of the city centre and a great place for leisure for anyone wanting to enjoy nature.
Opened up towards the end of the 19th century between Sants and the port, and heir to the new trends that came from everywhere, Paral·lel has historically been the city's leisure and entertainment avenue.
Plaça de Catalunya
Situated right in the city centre, Plaça de Catalunya is one of Barcelona's most iconic meeting points, a vast artery with its own life where everyone comes together.
A rural community that became an industrial neighbourhood, La Sagrera has been able to preserve the treasures of its past while joining in the cosmopolitan city's dynamism.