Major de Sarrià
Major de Sarrià is the main street in the Sarrià neighborhood in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona Part of the street is pedestrian-only, that part is filled with shops and restaurants. Bus 66 runs up the street. Major de Sarrià is intersected by Passeig Reina Elisenda, a busy road, at that intersection is Plaça Sarrià, the center of Sarrià; the Reina Elisenda Metro stop is located near Plaça Sarrià, as is the Sarrià Metro and Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya train service stop. The Mercat de Sarrià, a large market, is located on Plaça Sarrià, as is the Església de Sant Vicenç de Sarrià
La Maternitat i Sant Ramon
La Maternitat i Sant Ramon is a neighborhood in the les Corts district of Barcelona, the westernmost area of the district, distinctly more working class than its neighbours Pedralbes and Les Corts and similar to the neighbouring L'Hospitalet de Llobregat and Sants. It was part of the former independent municipality of Les Corts known as les Corts de Sarrià, its name stems from the 19th century maternity house known as La Maternitat, in Travessera de Les Corts, designed by Camil Oliveres i Gensana and which includes a large garden. It's made up of residential areas to the west such as Sant Ramon proper and the Torre Melina buildings, the build-up areas of La Maternitat and Can Bacardí to the east. Centre Cívic Riera Blanca is this neighbourhood's community centre. Most of the facilities of FC Barcelona, including its famous stadium Camp Nou, are located in this neighbourhood; the Malian-Spanish footballer Adama Traoré was born here. The Barcelona Metro stations Les Corts and Zona Universitària, on L3, are both nearby.
Camp Nou, a L9 station still under construction, will serve the neighbourhood. On the other hand, Trambaix station Can Ramon links it with the Baix Llobregat municipalities to the west and inner-city Barcelona to the east. BCN.cat
Vila de Gràcia
Vila de Gràcia known as Gràcia, is a neighborhood in the Gràcia district of Barcelona, Catalonia. This neighborhood was the main core of the old town of Gràcia that included Camp d'en Grassot i Gràcia Nova. Media related to Vila de Gràcia at Wikimedia Commons
Vallvidrera is a neighbourhood of the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona, Catalonia. It is situated in one of the sides of the Collserola hills, considered to be the lungs of the city due to the abundant forests it has; this wealthy neighbourhood has excellent views of the whole city, from some specific places and in a clear day it is possible to see Mallorca and the Pyrenees on the horizon. Although being a residential place it has important things such as, the Torre de Collserola, the Tibidabo Amusement Park and the Temple Expiatori del Sagrat Cor. Vallvidrera used to be a cool summer retreat where wealthy people from Barcelona had their summer houses. Now the wealthy live in this neighbourhood all year round and have their summer retreats in further places inside Catalonia, such as the Costa Brava or Puigcerda. Vallvidrera can be reached by the Funicular de Vallvidrera, which connects at its lower station with the Metro del Vallès suburban railway with frequent services to the city center.
The neighborhood is served by minibus line 111, which connects to the upper station of the Vallvidrera funicular and the top of the Tibidabo hill. Other than the Funicular and the Bus, the most common type of transportation is the private one
El Raval is a neighbourhood in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Spain. The area the part closest to the old port, was informally known as Barri Xinès or Barrio Chino, meaning "Chinatown". El Raval is one of the two historical neighborhoods that border La Rambla, the other being the Barri Gòtic, contains some 50,000 people. An area infamous for its nightlife and cabarets, as well as prostitution and crime, El Raval has changed in recent years and due to its central location has become a minor attraction of Barcelona, it has a diverse immigrant community. It is home to many bars and night spots; the northern border of the neighborhood is marked by Plaça Catalunya and Plaça Universitat, the street which connects them, Carrer de Pelai. It ends in the east with La Rambla, in the west and south, the neighborhood is delimited by Ronda Sant Antoni, Ronda Sant Pau and Avinguda del Paral·lel. There are a few historical monuments such as the Monastery of Sant Pau del Camp, as well as newer additions such as the Rambla del Raval, the MACBA or the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona.
In the southern part of the neighborhood an old wall and gate of the medieval city called Portal de Santa Madrona still exists as part of the Maritime Museum. The Raval is known for its large statue of a cat by Fernando Botero, located on the Rambla del Raval; the city's most famous market, La Boqueria, is situated in the Raval. In the east of the neighbourhood, Antoni Gaudí's Palau Güell is located on the Carrer Nou de la Rambla. Drassanes Liceu Paral·lel Sant Antoni Josep Maria de Sagarra's 1932 book Vida Privada Rafael Gil's 1948 film La calle sin sol Jean Genet's 1949 book, The Thief's Journal Joan Colom's photos of the neighbourhood, starting in the 1950s Eduardo Mendoza's 1975 book La verdad sobre el caso Savolta Terenci Moix's 1976 book La caiguda de l'imperi sodomita José Antonio de la Loma's 1977 film Las alegres chicas de El Molino Ivà's comic strip Makinavaja, started in 1986. Francisco Casavella's 1990 book El Triunfo Maruja Torres's 1997 book Un calor tan cercano Francisco Casavella's 1997 book Un enano español se suicida en Las Vegas Roberto Bolaño's 1998 novel The Savage Detectives José Luis Guerin's 2001 documentary En construcción Carlos Ruiz Zafón's 2001 novel The Shadow of the Wind Francisco Casavella's 2002-2003 book trilogy El día del Watusi Cesc Gay's 2003 film En la ciudad Pau Miró's 2004 play Llueve en Barcelona Joaquim Jordà's 2005 film De nens Juan Marsé's 2005 book Canciones de amor en Lolita's Club Mireia Ros's 2005 film El Triunfo Ferran Aisa i Mei Vidal, 2006 book El Raval, un espail al marge Antoni Verdaguer's 2006 film Raval, Raval... Fernando Gómez's 2008 book El misterio de la Calle Poniente Marc Pastor's 2009 book La mala dona Francesc Betriu's 2009 documentary Mónica del Raval Jo Sol's 2009 film The Runner's Salary Javier Calvo's 2009 novel Corona de Flores Maruja Torres's 2009 book Esperadme en el cielo Alejandro González Iñárritu's 2010 film Biutiful Javier Zuloaga's 2011 novel Librería Libertad Mathias Énard's 2012 novel Rue des voleurs Xavier Artigas and Xapo Ortega's 2014 documentary Ciutat morta Enriqueta Martí, serial killer known as the Vampyre of Barcelona.
Terenci Moix, writer. Peret, singer. Maruja Torres, writer. Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, writer. Andreu Jacob, Film music composer La Paloma Raval Pakistanis in Spain Ravalnet.org El Raval Solidari Fundació Tot Raval Casal dels Infants del Raval Ravalear: guide to visit "el Raval" day and night
Sagrada Família (neighborhood)
Sagrada Família is a neighborhood in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Catalonia. Its name comes from the church of the Sagrada Família, work of Antoni Gaudí, which can be found in the center of the neighborhood
Dreta de l'Eixample
Dreta de l'Eixample is a neighborhood in the Eixample district of Barcelona, Catalonia. It is located east of Carrer de Balmes, it includes Plaça de Catalunya, the centre of the city, the upscale streets Rambla de Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia. It is the bourgeois neighborhood of the city, which makes the majority of its population belong to the upper class of Barcelona. Dreta de L'Eixample is one of the most luxurious neighbors of Barcelona