What is the nicest neighborhood in Barcelona?
The Coolest Neighbourhoods in Barcelona, Spain
What district is Sagrada Familia?
A: The Sagrada Familia is located in the Eixample Right district of Barcelona. Walking from La Rambla to the Sagrada Familia would take you about 45 minutes to an hour.
What is the safest neighborhood in Barcelona?
The safest areas are L'Eixample and Gràcia. The least safe are El Raval and the Gothic Quarter. This does not mean that you shouldn't stay in El Raval or the Gothic Quarter. In fact, they are both vibrant hoods with some of the city's top nightlife and restaurants.
These districts include Cuitat Vella, L'eixample, Sants-Montjuic, Les Corts, Sarria-Sant Gervasi, Gracia, Horta-Guinardo, Nou Barris, Sant Andreu and Sant Marti. Below is a list of popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona that are often favoured by expats.
The best areas are along the coast, near or on Rambla Poblenou, or on the side closer to c/ Marina and the Olympic Village. The neighborhood is very well connected with transport, so in a few metro stops you're in the city centre.
Sants. A strong contender for the next up-and-coming neighbourhood in Barcelona, Sants is a welcoming area with a strong community feel to it. The Plaça d'Osca is one of the trendiest spots in the neighbourhood, home to craft beer bars and contemporary places to eat.