Map of the city’s points of interest
Advanced search for the city’s points of interest
Sant Andreu proudly maintains its character as an independent town.
Peaceful, elegant and with a life of its own concentrated in its charming squares, the Les Corts neighbourhood conceals traces ofa rural and industrial past.
Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes
A meeting point for the city's main roads, Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes is also the hub where the most avant-garde architecture in Barcelona is concentrated.
Parc Central de Nou Barris
Parc Central de Nou Barris is one of the biggest in the city and an unrivalled green zone, with more than 30 different tree species.
La vila de Gràcia
With a young spirit and always full of life, the Gràcia neighbourhood has a long history behind it which stretches back centuries to when it was a village, separate from Barcelona.
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.