Barcelona City Zones, Barcelona City Guide, Catalonia, Spain

Barcelona City Zones

Barcelona City Guide, Catalonia, Spain

Barcelona City Zones

Like most ancient cities Barcelona grew naturally. Its Roman centre was built upon & extended in medieval times, with many streets following the same paths as their predecessors. With time the old city walls were outgrown, & large scale expansion & development projects were undertaken. In more modern times suburb style residential areas were expanded, often swallowing nearby towns. Finally improvements made to the public transport system has lead to booming population levels in the so called regional commuter towns.

Thankfully Barcelona has managed to retain much of it's heritage. For information on specific central zones please see the below links: -

 

Ciutat Vella - The oldest part of the city, incorporating other central zones it houses the majority of Barcelona's main sights & attractions...

Barri Gotic - The city's surprisingly intact Gothic quarter & home to many urban palaces, museums, churches, the city cathedral, & much more...

L'Eixample - The result of the urban extension project spurred by the rocketing population levels resulting from Barcelona's industrialisation. This area houses the vast majority of Barcelona's modernist attractions...

La Barceloneta - A residential area constructed in the 18th century. It forms the old fishermans quarter for the city & is located around the Port Vell harbour in central Barcelona...

Barri de Gracia - Once a town in its own right it was swallowed by Barcelona in 1897, transforming it into a Barri (quarter) of the Catalan capital. Expect to find narrow winding streets, period low rise housing, & plenty of cafes & bars...

La Rambla - Barcelona's most famous, & busiest street. Partly pedestrianised it cuts through the city from Plaça Catalunya to the Port Vell harbour. Here are many museums, art galleries, urban palaces, squares, & even a red light district...

Passeig de Gracia - An impressive five kilometre long city street flanked by the best hotels, restaurants, shops, & many sights & attractions...

 

Barcelona City Zones

Barcelona Historic Attractions

Barcelona Museums

Barcelona Parks & Gardens

Barcelona Modern-Other Attractions

 

Barcelona Tourist Office

Tel     +34 932 853 834 (Mon-Fri 9am-8pm & Sat 9am-2pm)

 

More Barcelona links: -

Barcelona Spain Site Map

Accommodation

Barcelona FC

Barcelona Beaches

Barcelona History

Barcelona Water Parks

Barcelona Theme Parks

Barcelona Aquarium

Tibidabo Park

Port Aventura

Sagrada Familia

FC Barcelona

Barcelona Football Club

Barcelona Hotels Spain

Barcelona Cheap Hotels

Barcelona Luxury Hotels

Barcelona Aparthotels

Hotels Barcelona

Camp Nou

F.C Barcelona

Barcelona Soccer

Barcelona City Zones

Historic Attractions

Barcelona Museums

Barcelona Parks

Modern Attractions

Gaudi

Gay Barcelona

Barcelona Restaurants

Picasso Museum

La Rambla

Barcelona Cathedral

Gaudi Museum

Olympic Barcelona

Ciutat Vella (old city)

Palau Guell (Palace)

Roman Barcelona

Gaudi Museum

Barcelona University

Barri Gotic -Gothic quarter

Barcelona Ferries

Barcelona City Zones, Barcelona City Guide, Catalonia, Spain

 

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