Browse through the top neighborhoods in Barcelona to choose what to see and where to stay
Each Barcelona neighborhood has a very distinct vibe and a different look to it
These are the best places to visit and stay in Barcelona
In the past, Barcelona was limited by its city walls and was surrounded by towns or small cities separated physically and politically.
In time, the city walls were demolished and the city grew, eventually adding all those former towns to Barcelona, each with their own particular identity.
In total, there are 10 districts and more than 70 neighborhoods in Barcelona, but we can help you save time taking you directly to the most interesting neighborhoods and the best places where to stay in Barcelona. Check them below.
You’ll find those areas with the most interesting things to do in Barcelona.
Top Barcelona neighborhoods
Check out the most interesting neighborhoods in Barcelona
The former fishermen’s town forms an inseparable entity with the beach. It’s one of the most famous neighborhoods in Barcelona.
Famous for having the iconic gridlike layout, the Eixample is a great option to find hotels and attractions nearby.
Featuring everything from roman to 20th century buildings, this neighborhood is in the heart of the Old City, with plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and monuments.
El Born is currently one of the trendiest neighborhoods of Barcelona. Its boutiques, cafes and restaurants, make it one of the most charming areas.
This former industrial area has experienced an intense transformation, with the renovation of the old factories into new hotels, lofts and art galleries.
Gràcia, is one of the most authentic neighborhoods in Barcelona, featuring a small town atmosphere.