One of the greatest challenges of the city of Barcelona is to preserve distinctive buildings of its industrial past. This one is located in the Provençals del Poblenou neighborhood, in the Sant Martí district.
Barcelona is surrounded by hills. The El Coll neighborhood, which is part of the Gràcia district, is located 300 meters above sea level. There, one can find, like in the rest of the area, escalators which make life easier for the residents.
The neighborhood of Baró de Viver is part of the Sant Andreu district. There, one can find mostly brick buildings and housing projects. The good surprise was to come across the façade of this school decked with rectangles of colored material.
Here we can see a street in the El Besòs i el Maresme neighborhood of Barcelona. In that area, a lot of houses were built by their owners in the past century, the majority of which have been since torn down and replaced by modern buildings. However, in a few streets close to the main […]
Here we can see the monument of the Plaça de la República which is located in the Nou Barris district of Barcelona. The bronze statue represents The Republic, and was designed by the Catalan sculptor Josep Viladomat in 1934.
Barcelona is one of the most visited capital city of the world. It attracts fashion and gastronomy lovers, as well as business people and soccer fans. At the bottom of the Ramblas, its afamed avenue, one can find Port Vell which is a perfect spot for strolling around at the end of the day.