Living in Barcelona - Practical information

In this section, we have compiled a list of useful articles regarding moving to Barcelona. These are some of the questions we frequently get asked by our clients relocating or buying a property in Barcelona, and we have tried to make it as comprehensive as possible. Feel free to link to these pages, share and like them on facebook if you find them useful.


Barcelona has a lot of wonderful hidden parks you might have not seen yet. Park Labyrint is one of them. It is one of the oldest and most beautiful parks in Barcelona, which makes it very interesting to visit.

It was built in the 18th century by Italian architect Domenico Bagutti. The park was owned by the Desvalls family, but in 1971 they had to give their territory to the city of Barcelona, because they could not take care of it anymore.

The W Hotel is also known as Hotel Vela due to its sail like resemblence. It is the most expensive and the most luxury

hotel in Barcelona and is located right between the port and the beach with an incredible view of the city.

Born area, part of the old town, located on the right side of the street Via Laetana. This is a very popular tourist destination. As well as being a visually beautiful district, and a safe one, it’s an area where visitors can immerse themselves in culture at one of Barcelona’s most visited attractions, the Picasso Museum.

Diagonal Mar is in developing residential area of Barcelona. Located in a natural park in the place where the Diagonal Avenue abuts the Mediterranean Sea. Recently, there is massive construction: opened several five-star hotels, the largest shopping center, bars and restaurants. So now Diagonal Mar - a place not only for life but also to have fun and shopping.

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