Living in Barcelona is a privilege. You can enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle, wonderful food, architecture, shops, culture, traditional festivals, nature parks, green spaces and 100 km of coast while you explore their many delights on foot or by bike.
Enjoy life by the sea
An international benchmark
Barcelona is known worldwide for the construction of an emblematic temple: La Sagrada Familia. However, the capital of Catalonia offers many more architectural attractions such as Park Güell, Casa Batlló, Casa Amatller, La Pedrera (Casa Milà) or the Palau de la Música.
In addition, the city’s first-rate cultural and artistic offer includes National Museum of Art of Catalonia (MNAC), Picasso Museum, Gaudí House-Museum, Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Fundació Joan Miró or MACBA (Museu Art Contemporani de Barcelona).
An al fresco lifestyle enjoying warm days by the sea. Culture, music, art and creativity. Lunchtime tapas, a Michelin-starred dinner, a glass of wine or cava.
All this is within your grasp: living in Barcelona is a dream that is more accessible than you think. Barcelona and its surrounding area are among the world’s most attractive destinations.
But there is more. The markets beat the Barcelona and Mediterranean lifestyle. Enjoy its color and vitality in Mercat de la Boqueria, Mercat de Sant Antoni or Mercat de Santa Caterina.
All this is within your reach: living in Barcelona is a more accessible dream than you think. Barcelona and its surroundings are among the most attractive destinations in the world.
In Barcelona there’s so much to see and do, but at the same time can also be your base camp for discovering the rest of Catalonia. Just a few miles away, you can enjoy countless experiences in the surrounding counties, such as visiting the iconic mountain of Montserrat, hiking or skiing in the Pyrenees, immerse yourself in the Mediterranean Sea in Sitges and on the Costa Daurada.
If you like strong emotions, come to Portaventura Park and Ferrari Land. But that’s not all. Let yourself be surprised by the medieval experience in the Món Sant Benet monastery or the exceptional concentration of Romanesque architecture in the Boí Valley. UNESCO World Heritage Site.