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Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. Montserrat Day Visit from Barcelona It is believed that these were inhabited by hermit Monks who lived a solitary life of prayer. the Basilica has been restored, and the entire complex has been built to cater for the large number of pilgrims. The city, on the contrary, is a complex and dynamic organization, and does not lend expressing those of the people who live and have lived there over time.

Located in northwest Barcelona, St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat are spacious inner suburbs that provide plenty of green space, tennis clubs, and even horse-riding facilities. Both areas are popular with expatriates and convenient for the American School of Barcelona. A car is essential here as there are no metros or trains, and buses to the city centre take over an hour.

However, traffic congestion can be a real problem when driving to work. These suburbs are completely self-sufficient, with plenty of supermarkets and small, traditional shops.

South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops. Eixample is divided into a right- and left-hand section Dreta and Esquerra but both have the same octagonal grid formation that typifies Barcelona.

The FGC suburban train, metro and buses provide good transport links. There are three buildings designed by Gaudi close by, and La Rambla de Catalunya, with its perfect low-angle view of Mount Tibidabo, is fantastic for walking.

Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port. The beach is easily reachable, and there are opportunities for running, cycling, roller blading, sailing and wind surfing. The area attracts both tourists and locals, and tends to get busy on weekends. Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool.

Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor. Nevertheless, rents are expensive. There are supermarkets, shops and a cinema, but the best international schools are at least an hour away. The metro and bus services connect the area to the centre of town, but commuters will need to transfer between lines for destinations in the north and west of the city. Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer.

Accommodation is mainly in the form of houses, some of which are partitioned off as summer apartments without heating facilities.

Trains in and out of Barcelona are convenient and frequent, reaching the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Several shopping malls can be reached by car in 15 minutes, as can the airport. Frequent trains connect it to the centre of Barcelona in around 20 minutes.

The area is popular with American and French expatriates. Specialty Museums , Historic Sites. Book In Advance. Rail Tours. Place where Gaudi lived. Review of Gaudi House Museum. Date of experience: May Thank Ramya M. See all 1, reviews. Ways to Experience Gaudi House Museum. Quick View. More Info. Gaudi E-Bike Tour Barcelona. Shop Now.

Reviews 1, Write a review. Filter reviews. Traveler rating. Excellent Very good Average Poor Terrible Traveler type. Time of year. Language All languages. All languages. English Italian Spanish More languages. Portuguese Russian Two of the crosses point north—south and east—west, the third, and tallest cross, points skyward.

This lookout offers the most complete view of Barcelona and the bay. The park supports a wide variety of wildlife, notably several of the non-native species of parrot found in the Barcelona area. Other birds can be seen from the park, with records including short-toed eagle. The park also supports a population of hummingbird hawk moths. Doric columns support the roof of the lower court which forms the central terrace, with serpentine seating round its edge.

The unique shape of the serpentine bench enables the people sitting on it to converse privately, although the square is large. Roadway in the Park - resembles the pine trees of the park. In order to fit in, the road and walkway structures between the terraces were built with stones quarried within the park. Bird nests have been installed in the walkways. One of the three viaducts located within the park. Colonnaded footpath under the roadway viaduct, with external columns sloping to take the diagonal thrust from the vault supporting the road.

Colonnaded pathway where the road projects out from the hillside, with the vaulting forming a retaining wall which curves over to support the road, and transmits the load onto sloping columns. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This section possibly contains original research. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations.

Statements consisting only of original research should be removed. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. The walls imitate the trees planted on them.

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193 m2 | 2 bedrooms | 10 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
There are still a few nuns living here, but most parts of the monastery are open to and four rooms from this part of the complex now contain exhibits on the daily. Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. For me, this image informs my understanding of the living dynamic of our complexes in an around this living tree. The tree represents our psychic life that grows.

I was there this August we bought the tickets online and skip the line. Very interactive experience with your smartphone. Lovely house preserving some of Gaudi's modernist design furniture, telling about his work and life. He lived in the house for almost all of the last 20 yrs of his life. A must for Gaudi fans, design and architecture buffs and interesting for all.

Very nice items in the shop but very, very pricey. House situated in Park Guell, which we didn't have time to explore. This is at the top of a very long, steep hill overlooking the city, hence no Metro! You can book tickets in advance, including joint ones with Sagrada Familia. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Place where Gaudi lived - Gaudi House Museum. Message from Tripadvisor: Temporarily closed. Gaudi House Museum.

Specialty Museums , Historic Sites. Book In Advance. Rail Tours. Place where Gaudi lived. Review of Gaudi House Museum. Date of experience: May Thank Ramya M.

See all 1, reviews. Ways to Experience Gaudi House Museum. Quick View. More Info. Gaudi E-Bike Tour Barcelona. Shop Now. Reviews 1, Write a review. Filter reviews. Traveler rating. Excellent Very good Average Poor Terrible Traveler type. Time of year. Language All languages. All languages. English Italian Spanish More languages. Portuguese Russian Chinese Sim. French Chinese Trad. The area is served by the FGC suburban train and has an excellent bus network, but metro stops are scarce.

There is a good municipal market, some supermarkets, and the Avenue Diagonal shopping area is close by. Rental prices are relatively low, but parking can be troublesome, although many apartment buildings offer a parking space. As this area is very central, walking can also be an option, and the John Talabot School is fairly close by.

Located in northwest Barcelona, St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat are spacious inner suburbs that provide plenty of green space, tennis clubs, and even horse-riding facilities. Both areas are popular with expatriates and convenient for the American School of Barcelona. A car is essential here as there are no metros or trains, and buses to the city centre take over an hour. However, traffic congestion can be a real problem when driving to work. These suburbs are completely self-sufficient, with plenty of supermarkets and small, traditional shops.

South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops. Eixample is divided into a right- and left-hand section Dreta and Esquerra but both have the same octagonal grid formation that typifies Barcelona. The FGC suburban train, metro and buses provide good transport links. There are three buildings designed by Gaudi close by, and La Rambla de Catalunya, with its perfect low-angle view of Mount Tibidabo, is fantastic for walking.

Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port. The beach is easily reachable, and there are opportunities for running, cycling, roller blading, sailing and wind surfing. The area attracts both tourists and locals, and tends to get busy on weekends. Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool.

Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor. Nevertheless, rents are expensive. There are supermarkets, shops and a cinema, but the best international schools are at least an hour away. The metro and bus services connect the area to the centre of town, but commuters will need to transfer between lines for destinations in the north and west of the city.

Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer.

Accommodation is mainly in the form of houses, some of which are partitioned off as summer apartments without heating facilities. Trains in and out of Barcelona are convenient and frequent, reaching the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Several shopping malls can be reached by car in 15 minutes, as can the airport.

Frequent trains connect it to the centre of Barcelona in around 20 minutes. The area is popular with American and French expatriates. It has its own cinemas, shops, concert hall, golf course and sports clubs. It has detached houses with gardens and occasionally swimming pools, and is ideal for expat families. The Benjamin Franklin International School runs a bus service for pupils in the area.

Expat Arrivals is looking for locals to contribute to this guide, and answer forum questions from others planning their move to Barcelona. Please contact us if you'd like to contribute.

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153,000
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171 m2 | 5 bedrooms | 7 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
The city, on the contrary, is a complex and dynamic organization, and does not lend expressing those of the people who live and have lived there over time. Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. Each of the areas and suburbs in Barcelona offers different facilities and options there is no shortage of options for expats looking for a place to live in Barcelona. garages, but spaces can sometimes be rented in a nearby parking complex.

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Portuguese Russian Chinese Sim. French Chinese Trad. Japanese Dutch German Greek Turkish Polish Korean 8. Hungarian 5. Danish 4. Swedish 3. Arabic 2. Hebrew 2. Norwegian 2. Finnish 1. Show reviews that mention. All reviews park guell his life interesting insight amazing house worth a visit la sagrada familia on line design objects homes architect genius video construction audio roof spain.

Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed September 6, The Life That was. Date of experience: July Ask sethmichaels about Gaudi House Museum. Thank sethmichaels Reviewed August 28, Gaudi's Home. Date of experience: June Ask nickpayne82 about Gaudi House Museum. Thank nickpayne Date of experience: August Ask Rhinos about Gaudi House Museum.

Reviewed August 19, via mobile Must see for anyone interested in arts and architecture. Thank RoxaneD Reviewed August 14, via mobile Design and architecture gem. Thank JLewis View more reviews. The park was built from to and was officially opened as a public park in During this period, the architect perfected his personal style through inspiration from organic shapes.

He put into practice a series of new structural solutions rooted in the analysis of geometry. To that, the Catalan artist adds creative liberty and an imaginative, ornamental creation. Starting from a sort of baroquism, his works acquire a structural richness of forms and volumes, free of the rational rigidity or any sort of classic premises.

They imagined an organized grouping of high-quality homes, decked out with all the latest technological advancements to ensure maximum comfort, finished off with an artistic touch. They also envisioned a community strongly influenced by symbolism , since, in the common elements of the park, they were trying to synthesize many of the political and religious ideals shared by patron and architect: therefore there are noticeable concepts originating from political Catalanism — especially in the entrance stairway where the Catalan countries are represented — and from Catholicism — the Monumento al Calvario , originally designed to be a chapel.

On the other hand, many experts [ who? Such references go from political vindication to religious exaltation, passing through mythology , history and philosophy.

These references have not been proven in the historiography of the modern architect. The site was a rocky hill with little vegetation and few trees, called Muntanya Pelada Bare Mountain. It already included a large country house called Larrard House or Muntaner de Dalt House and was next to a neighbourhood of upper-class houses called La Salut The Health.

The intention was to exploit the fresh air well away from smoky factories and beautiful views from the site, with sixty triangular lots being provided for luxury houses. In it was declared a historical artistic monument of national interest.

It has since been converted into a municipal garden. It can be reached by underground railway although the stations are at a distance from the Park and at a much lower level below the hill , by city buses, or by commercial tourist buses. Since October there is an entrance fee to visit the Monumental Zone main entrance, terrace, and the parts containing mosaics , but the entrance to the Park remains free. These two buildings make up the Porter's Lodge pavilion. The other, while once being the porter's house, is now a permanent exhibition of the Barcelona City History Museum MUHBA focused on the building itself, the park and the city.

The focal point of the park is the main terrace, surrounded by a long bench in the form of a sea serpent. The curves of the serpent bench form a number of enclaves, creating a more social atmosphere. At the park's high-point, there is a stone hill composed of steps leading up to a platform which holds three large crosses. Two of the crosses point north—south and east—west, the third, and tallest cross, points skyward. This lookout offers the most complete view of Barcelona and the bay.

The park supports a wide variety of wildlife, notably several of the non-native species of parrot found in the Barcelona area. Other birds can be seen from the park, with records including short-toed eagle.

The park also supports a population of hummingbird hawk moths. Doric columns support the roof of the lower court which forms the central terrace, with serpentine seating round its edge. The unique shape of the serpentine bench enables the people sitting on it to converse privately, although the square is large.

762,000
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283 m2 | 2 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. For me, this image informs my understanding of the living dynamic of our complexes in an around this living tree. The tree represents our psychic life that grows. There are still a few nuns living here, but most parts of the monastery are open to and four rooms from this part of the complex now contain exhibits on the daily.

There are three buildings designed by Gaudi close by, and La Rambla de Catalunya, with its perfect low-angle view of Mount Tibidabo, is fantastic for walking. Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port.

The beach is easily reachable, and there are opportunities for running, cycling, roller blading, sailing and wind surfing. The area attracts both tourists and locals, and tends to get busy on weekends. Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool.

Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor. Nevertheless, rents are expensive. There are supermarkets, shops and a cinema, but the best international schools are at least an hour away. The metro and bus services connect the area to the centre of town, but commuters will need to transfer between lines for destinations in the north and west of the city.

Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer. Accommodation is mainly in the form of houses, some of which are partitioned off as summer apartments without heating facilities. Trains in and out of Barcelona are convenient and frequent, reaching the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Several shopping malls can be reached by car in 15 minutes, as can the airport. Frequent trains connect it to the centre of Barcelona in around 20 minutes.

The area is popular with American and French expatriates. It has its own cinemas, shops, concert hall, golf course and sports clubs. It has detached houses with gardens and occasionally swimming pools, and is ideal for expat families. The Benjamin Franklin International School runs a bus service for pupils in the area. Expat Arrivals is looking for locals to contribute to this guide, and answer forum questions from others planning their move to Barcelona.

Please contact us if you'd like to contribute. Aetna offers award-winning international health insurance plans to more than 55 million members worldwide.

Their plans are tailored to meet the individual needs of you and your family while you are away from your home country, living and working abroad.

Get peace of mind knowing you and your family will be protected and have access to quality health care wherever you are, where you need it. This offer is valid until 19 June See website for details.

Get a quote from Aetna International. With 86 million customer relationships in over countries, Cigna Global has unrivalled experience in dealing with varied and unique medical situations and delivering high standards of service wherever you live in the world. Get a quote from Cigna Global. Breadcrumb Home Europe Spain Barcelona. Areas and suburbs in Barcelona. Below is a list of popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona which are often favoured by expatriates.

Sarria To the east of Pedralbes, in the Sarria-Sant Gervasi district, Sarria is a pleasant, slightly less upmarket residential area with better shop and restaurant choices. Shopping possibilities are unlimited, and there is no shortage of bars and restaurants. St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat Located in northwest Barcelona, St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat are spacious inner suburbs that provide plenty of green space, tennis clubs, and even horse-riding facilities.

Areas for young and single expats in Barcelona Esquerra Eixample South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops. The site was a rocky hill with little vegetation and few trees, called Muntanya Pelada Bare Mountain. It already included a large country house called Larrard House or Muntaner de Dalt House and was next to a neighbourhood of upper-class houses called La Salut The Health.

The intention was to exploit the fresh air well away from smoky factories and beautiful views from the site, with sixty triangular lots being provided for luxury houses.

In it was declared a historical artistic monument of national interest. It has since been converted into a municipal garden. It can be reached by underground railway although the stations are at a distance from the Park and at a much lower level below the hill , by city buses, or by commercial tourist buses.

Since October there is an entrance fee to visit the Monumental Zone main entrance, terrace, and the parts containing mosaics , but the entrance to the Park remains free.

These two buildings make up the Porter's Lodge pavilion. The other, while once being the porter's house, is now a permanent exhibition of the Barcelona City History Museum MUHBA focused on the building itself, the park and the city. The focal point of the park is the main terrace, surrounded by a long bench in the form of a sea serpent. The curves of the serpent bench form a number of enclaves, creating a more social atmosphere.

At the park's high-point, there is a stone hill composed of steps leading up to a platform which holds three large crosses. Two of the crosses point north—south and east—west, the third, and tallest cross, points skyward.

This lookout offers the most complete view of Barcelona and the bay. The park supports a wide variety of wildlife, notably several of the non-native species of parrot found in the Barcelona area. Other birds can be seen from the park, with records including short-toed eagle. The park also supports a population of hummingbird hawk moths.

Doric columns support the roof of the lower court which forms the central terrace, with serpentine seating round its edge.

The unique shape of the serpentine bench enables the people sitting on it to converse privately, although the square is large. Roadway in the Park - resembles the pine trees of the park. In order to fit in, the road and walkway structures between the terraces were built with stones quarried within the park. Bird nests have been installed in the walkways. One of the three viaducts located within the park.

Colonnaded footpath under the roadway viaduct, with external columns sloping to take the diagonal thrust from the vault supporting the road. Colonnaded pathway where the road projects out from the hillside, with the vaulting forming a retaining wall which curves over to support the road, and transmits the load onto sloping columns. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This section possibly contains original research. Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations.

Statements consisting only of original research should be removed.

838,000
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176 m2 | 4 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
The city, on the contrary, is a complex and dynamic organization, and does not lend expressing those of the people who live and have lived there over time. Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. Montserrat Day Visit from Barcelona It is believed that these were inhabited by hermit Monks who lived a solitary life of prayer. the Basilica has been restored, and the entire complex has been built to cater for the large number of pilgrims.

Traveler rating. Excellent Very good Average Poor Terrible Traveler type. Time of year. Language All languages. All languages. English Italian Spanish More languages. Portuguese Russian Chinese Sim. French Chinese Trad. Japanese Dutch German Greek Turkish Polish Korean 8. Hungarian 5. Danish 4. Swedish 3. Arabic 2.

Hebrew 2. Norwegian 2. Finnish 1. Show reviews that mention. All reviews park guell his life interesting insight amazing house worth a visit la sagrada familia on line design objects homes architect genius video construction audio roof spain.

Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed September 6, The Life That was. Date of experience: July Ask sethmichaels about Gaudi House Museum. Thank sethmichaels Reviewed August 28, Gaudi's Home. Date of experience: June Ask nickpayne82 about Gaudi House Museum. Thank nickpayne Date of experience: August Ask Rhinos about Gaudi House Museum. To that, the Catalan artist adds creative liberty and an imaginative, ornamental creation.

Starting from a sort of baroquism, his works acquire a structural richness of forms and volumes, free of the rational rigidity or any sort of classic premises. They imagined an organized grouping of high-quality homes, decked out with all the latest technological advancements to ensure maximum comfort, finished off with an artistic touch.

They also envisioned a community strongly influenced by symbolism , since, in the common elements of the park, they were trying to synthesize many of the political and religious ideals shared by patron and architect: therefore there are noticeable concepts originating from political Catalanism — especially in the entrance stairway where the Catalan countries are represented — and from Catholicism — the Monumento al Calvario , originally designed to be a chapel.

On the other hand, many experts [ who? Such references go from political vindication to religious exaltation, passing through mythology , history and philosophy. These references have not been proven in the historiography of the modern architect.

The site was a rocky hill with little vegetation and few trees, called Muntanya Pelada Bare Mountain. It already included a large country house called Larrard House or Muntaner de Dalt House and was next to a neighbourhood of upper-class houses called La Salut The Health.

The intention was to exploit the fresh air well away from smoky factories and beautiful views from the site, with sixty triangular lots being provided for luxury houses. In it was declared a historical artistic monument of national interest.

It has since been converted into a municipal garden. It can be reached by underground railway although the stations are at a distance from the Park and at a much lower level below the hill , by city buses, or by commercial tourist buses. Since October there is an entrance fee to visit the Monumental Zone main entrance, terrace, and the parts containing mosaics , but the entrance to the Park remains free. These two buildings make up the Porter's Lodge pavilion.

The other, while once being the porter's house, is now a permanent exhibition of the Barcelona City History Museum MUHBA focused on the building itself, the park and the city. The focal point of the park is the main terrace, surrounded by a long bench in the form of a sea serpent. The curves of the serpent bench form a number of enclaves, creating a more social atmosphere. At the park's high-point, there is a stone hill composed of steps leading up to a platform which holds three large crosses.

Two of the crosses point north—south and east—west, the third, and tallest cross, points skyward. This lookout offers the most complete view of Barcelona and the bay. The park supports a wide variety of wildlife, notably several of the non-native species of parrot found in the Barcelona area. Other birds can be seen from the park, with records including short-toed eagle.

The park also supports a population of hummingbird hawk moths. Doric columns support the roof of the lower court which forms the central terrace, with serpentine seating round its edge. The unique shape of the serpentine bench enables the people sitting on it to converse privately, although the square is large. Roadway in the Park - resembles the pine trees of the park. In order to fit in, the road and walkway structures between the terraces were built with stones quarried within the park.

Bird nests have been installed in the walkways.

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The Park Güell is a public park system composed of gardens and architectural elements located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. because of the complex iconography that Gaudí applied to the urban project. This house, where Gaudí lived from to , was built by Francesc Berenguer in Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. There are still a few nuns living here, but most parts of the monastery are open to and four rooms from this part of the complex now contain exhibits on the daily.

Your email address will not be published. Skip to content. Your cart. Your account. Census stories from the street and 1. Only a small house but very interesting and worth a quick look. There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line explaining Gaudi's history.

Take the audio tour it's very amazing. I was there this August we bought the tickets online and skip the line. Very interactive experience with your smartphone. Lovely house preserving some of Gaudi's modernist design furniture, telling about his work and life. He lived in the house for almost all of the last 20 yrs of his life. A must for Gaudi fans, design and architecture buffs and interesting for all. Very nice items in the shop but very, very pricey. House situated in Park Guell, which we didn't have time to explore.

This is at the top of a very long, steep hill overlooking the city, hence no Metro! You can book tickets in advance, including joint ones with Sagrada Familia. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Place where Gaudi lived - Gaudi House Museum.

Message from Tripadvisor: Temporarily closed. Gaudi House Museum. Specialty Museums , Historic Sites. Book In Advance. Rail Tours. Place where Gaudi lived. Review of Gaudi House Museum. Date of experience: May Thank Ramya M. See all 1, reviews. Ways to Experience Gaudi House Museum. Quick View. More Info.

Gaudi E-Bike Tour Barcelona. Shop Now. Reviews 1, Write a review. Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool. Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor. Nevertheless, rents are expensive. There are supermarkets, shops and a cinema, but the best international schools are at least an hour away. The metro and bus services connect the area to the centre of town, but commuters will need to transfer between lines for destinations in the north and west of the city.

Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer. Accommodation is mainly in the form of houses, some of which are partitioned off as summer apartments without heating facilities.

Trains in and out of Barcelona are convenient and frequent, reaching the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Several shopping malls can be reached by car in 15 minutes, as can the airport.

Frequent trains connect it to the centre of Barcelona in around 20 minutes. The area is popular with American and French expatriates. It has its own cinemas, shops, concert hall, golf course and sports clubs. It has detached houses with gardens and occasionally swimming pools, and is ideal for expat families. The Benjamin Franklin International School runs a bus service for pupils in the area.

Expat Arrivals is looking for locals to contribute to this guide, and answer forum questions from others planning their move to Barcelona. Please contact us if you'd like to contribute. Aetna offers award-winning international health insurance plans to more than 55 million members worldwide.

Their plans are tailored to meet the individual needs of you and your family while you are away from your home country, living and working abroad. Get peace of mind knowing you and your family will be protected and have access to quality health care wherever you are, where you need it. This offer is valid until 19 June See website for details.

Get a quote from Aetna International. With 86 million customer relationships in over countries, Cigna Global has unrivalled experience in dealing with varied and unique medical situations and delivering high standards of service wherever you live in the world.

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275 m2 | 10 bedrooms | 9 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
Gaudi House Museum: Place where Gaudi lived - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Barcelona, Spain, at Tripadvisor. There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line. The other connection seems to be that both painters were living in Barcelona one Mani's work, much of which has been destroyed, is evidence of his complex. The city, on the contrary, is a complex and dynamic organization, and does not lend expressing those of the people who live and have lived there over time.

It is also accompanied by a map so that people can orient themselves more easily and, beyond this use, show a reality:. A person ends up living on the street for a variety of reasons and they have to do with the person themselves but also with the society in which we live.

A person can only begin to recover from a life on the street when the have a safe place to live. More personalized social care is needed: support services for mental health, economic stability, rebuilding social circles, not having to wait weeks or months to access a shelter, acting immediately to keep the situation from becoming chronic….

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Show reviews that mention. All reviews park guell his life interesting insight amazing house worth a visit la sagrada familia on line design objects homes architect genius video construction audio roof spain. Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews.

Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed September 6, The Life That was. Date of experience: July Ask sethmichaels about Gaudi House Museum. Thank sethmichaels Reviewed August 28, Gaudi's Home. Date of experience: June Ask nickpayne82 about Gaudi House Museum.

Thank nickpayne Date of experience: August Ask Rhinos about Gaudi House Museum. Reviewed August 19, via mobile Must see for anyone interested in arts and architecture. Thank RoxaneD Reviewed August 14, via mobile Design and architecture gem. Thank JLewis Both areas are popular with expatriates and convenient for the American School of Barcelona. A car is essential here as there are no metros or trains, and buses to the city centre take over an hour.

However, traffic congestion can be a real problem when driving to work. These suburbs are completely self-sufficient, with plenty of supermarkets and small, traditional shops. South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops. Eixample is divided into a right- and left-hand section Dreta and Esquerra but both have the same octagonal grid formation that typifies Barcelona. The FGC suburban train, metro and buses provide good transport links.

There are three buildings designed by Gaudi close by, and La Rambla de Catalunya, with its perfect low-angle view of Mount Tibidabo, is fantastic for walking. Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port.

The beach is easily reachable, and there are opportunities for running, cycling, roller blading, sailing and wind surfing. The area attracts both tourists and locals, and tends to get busy on weekends. Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool.

Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor. Nevertheless, rents are expensive. There are supermarkets, shops and a cinema, but the best international schools are at least an hour away.

The metro and bus services connect the area to the centre of town, but commuters will need to transfer between lines for destinations in the north and west of the city. Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer. Accommodation is mainly in the form of houses, some of which are partitioned off as summer apartments without heating facilities.

Trains in and out of Barcelona are convenient and frequent, reaching the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Several shopping malls can be reached by car in 15 minutes, as can the airport. Frequent trains connect it to the centre of Barcelona in around 20 minutes.

The area is popular with American and French expatriates. It has its own cinemas, shops, concert hall, golf course and sports clubs.

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Arrels publishes guide 'Living on the street in Barcelona' with just need basic food, hygiene and rest services; the problem is more complex. Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. There are still a few nuns living here, but most parts of the monastery are open to and four rooms from this part of the complex now contain exhibits on the daily.

A person can only begin to recover from a life on the street when the have a safe place to live. More personalized social care is needed: support services for mental health, economic stability, rebuilding social circles, not having to wait weeks or months to access a shelter, acting immediately to keep the situation from becoming chronic….

Your email address will not be published. Skip to content. Your cart. Your account. Census stories from the street and 1. All of this, plus we must focus even more on preventative policies so that no one loses their home. Pedralbes appeals to expat families wanting to live in a safe neighbourhood. The fact that a car is needed and it is expensive makes it less appealing to younger expats.

To the east of Pedralbes, in the Sarria-Sant Gervasi district, Sarria is a pleasant, slightly less upmarket residential area with better shop and restaurant choices. There is a mixture of older and newer apartment blocks, many of which have a doorman. A few detached and semi-detached houses can be found in the hilly streets to the north. The FGC suburban train connects Sarria to the centre of town, and the area is very well served by buses.

Sarria is also very convenient for its proximity to a number international schools in Barcelona , so it appeals to expat families with children. Most apartments provide garage space for two cars with each unit. It is, however, not recommended for young people without a car, as it is some way outside the city centre. The area is served by the FGC suburban train and has an excellent bus network, but metro stops are scarce.

There is a good municipal market, some supermarkets, and the Avenue Diagonal shopping area is close by. Rental prices are relatively low, but parking can be troublesome, although many apartment buildings offer a parking space. As this area is very central, walking can also be an option, and the John Talabot School is fairly close by. Located in northwest Barcelona, St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat are spacious inner suburbs that provide plenty of green space, tennis clubs, and even horse-riding facilities.

Both areas are popular with expatriates and convenient for the American School of Barcelona. A car is essential here as there are no metros or trains, and buses to the city centre take over an hour. However, traffic congestion can be a real problem when driving to work. These suburbs are completely self-sufficient, with plenty of supermarkets and small, traditional shops. South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops.

Eixample is divided into a right- and left-hand section Dreta and Esquerra but both have the same octagonal grid formation that typifies Barcelona.

The FGC suburban train, metro and buses provide good transport links. There are three buildings designed by Gaudi close by, and La Rambla de Catalunya, with its perfect low-angle view of Mount Tibidabo, is fantastic for walking.

Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port. The beach is easily reachable, and there are opportunities for running, cycling, roller blading, sailing and wind surfing.

The area attracts both tourists and locals, and tends to get busy on weekends. Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool. Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor.

Nevertheless, rents are expensive. There are supermarkets, shops and a cinema, but the best international schools are at least an hour away. The metro and bus services connect the area to the centre of town, but commuters will need to transfer between lines for destinations in the north and west of the city. Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer.

Accommodation is mainly in the form of houses, some of which are partitioned off as summer apartments without heating facilities. Trains in and out of Barcelona are convenient and frequent, reaching the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Several shopping malls can be reached by car in 15 minutes, as can the airport. Frequent trains connect it to the centre of Barcelona in around 20 minutes.

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Gaudi House Museum: Place where Gaudi lived - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Barcelona, Spain, at Tripadvisor. There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line. Arrels publishes guide 'Living on the street in Barcelona' with just need basic food, hygiene and rest services; the problem is more complex. The city, on the contrary, is a complex and dynamic organization, and does not lend expressing those of the people who live and have lived there over time.

Only a small house but very interesting and worth a quick look. There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line explaining Gaudi's history. Take the audio tour it's very amazing. I was there this August we bought the tickets online and skip the line. Very interactive experience with your smartphone. Lovely house preserving some of Gaudi's modernist design furniture, telling about his work and life. He lived in the house for almost all of the last 20 yrs of his life.

A must for Gaudi fans, design and architecture buffs and interesting for all. Very nice items in the shop but very, very pricey.

House situated in Park Guell, which we didn't have time to explore. This is at the top of a very long, steep hill overlooking the city, hence no Metro!

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English Italian Spanish More languages. Portuguese It can be reached by underground railway although the stations are at a distance from the Park and at a much lower level below the hill , by city buses, or by commercial tourist buses. Since October there is an entrance fee to visit the Monumental Zone main entrance, terrace, and the parts containing mosaics , but the entrance to the Park remains free.

These two buildings make up the Porter's Lodge pavilion. The other, while once being the porter's house, is now a permanent exhibition of the Barcelona City History Museum MUHBA focused on the building itself, the park and the city.

The focal point of the park is the main terrace, surrounded by a long bench in the form of a sea serpent. The curves of the serpent bench form a number of enclaves, creating a more social atmosphere. At the park's high-point, there is a stone hill composed of steps leading up to a platform which holds three large crosses.

Two of the crosses point north—south and east—west, the third, and tallest cross, points skyward. This lookout offers the most complete view of Barcelona and the bay. The park supports a wide variety of wildlife, notably several of the non-native species of parrot found in the Barcelona area. Other birds can be seen from the park, with records including short-toed eagle. The park also supports a population of hummingbird hawk moths. Doric columns support the roof of the lower court which forms the central terrace, with serpentine seating round its edge.

The unique shape of the serpentine bench enables the people sitting on it to converse privately, although the square is large. Roadway in the Park - resembles the pine trees of the park.

In order to fit in, the road and walkway structures between the terraces were built with stones quarried within the park. Bird nests have been installed in the walkways. One of the three viaducts located within the park. Colonnaded footpath under the roadway viaduct, with external columns sloping to take the diagonal thrust from the vault supporting the road. Colonnaded pathway where the road projects out from the hillside, with the vaulting forming a retaining wall which curves over to support the road, and transmits the load onto sloping columns.

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The Porter's Lodge pavilion at the park's entrance. Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Retrieved 2 April — via YouTube.

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Arrels publishes guide 'Living on the street in Barcelona' with just need basic food, hygiene and rest services; the problem is more complex. Montserrat Day Visit from Barcelona It is believed that these were inhabited by hermit Monks who lived a solitary life of prayer. the Basilica has been restored, and the entire complex has been built to cater for the large number of pilgrims. There are still a few nuns living here, but most parts of the monastery are open to and four rooms from this part of the complex now contain exhibits on the daily.

A person can only begin to recover from a life on the street when the have a safe place to live. More personalized social care is needed: support services for mental health, economic stability, rebuilding social circles, not having to wait weeks or months to access a shelter, acting immediately to keep the situation from becoming chronic….

Your email address will not be published. Skip to content. Your cart. Your account. Census stories from the street and 1. All of this, plus we must focus even more on preventative policies so that no one loses their home. There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line explaining Gaudi's history. Take the audio tour it's very amazing. I was there this August we bought the tickets online and skip the line.

Very interactive experience with your smartphone. Lovely house preserving some of Gaudi's modernist design furniture, telling about his work and life. He lived in the house for almost all of the last 20 yrs of his life.

A must for Gaudi fans, design and architecture buffs and interesting for all. Very nice items in the shop but very, very pricey. House situated in Park Guell, which we didn't have time to explore. This is at the top of a very long, steep hill overlooking the city, hence no Metro! You can book tickets in advance, including joint ones with Sagrada Familia.

Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Place where Gaudi lived - Gaudi House Museum. Message from Tripadvisor: Temporarily closed. Gaudi House Museum. Specialty Museums , Historic Sites. Book In Advance. Rail Tours. Place where Gaudi lived. Review of Gaudi House Museum. Date of experience: May Thank Ramya M. See all 1, reviews. Ways to Experience Gaudi House Museum. Quick View. More Info. Gaudi E-Bike Tour Barcelona. Shop Now. Reviews 1, Write a review.

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The other connection seems to be that both painters were living in Barcelona one Mani's work, much of which has been destroyed, is evidence of his complex. Gaudi House Museum: Place where Gaudi lived - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Barcelona, Spain, at Tripadvisor. There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line. Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life.

There are ten municipal districts in Barcelona that are further divided into zones and are often named after the closest metro or train stop. Pedralbes is an elegant residential area in the district of Les Corts, with wide avenues and green, open spaces. Many apartment buildings here date from the s, and have swimming pools, doormen and garages for two cars per apartment. Close by are the serene gardens of the Palau de Pedralbes, the hilly Parc de Cervantes with its playgrounds and rideable miniature train, the Carretera de les Aigues which is great for jogging and cycling, and offers spectacular views of the city, and the beautifully preserved, ancient Real Monestir Santa Maria Pedralbes, known as Monestir Pedralbes.

Pedralbes has fewer metro stations than more central areas. The bus network is reliable but not as well developed as in some neighbourhoods, so owning a car is recommended. It is very close to several of the most prominent English-speaking schools in Barcelona. Pedralbes appeals to expat families wanting to live in a safe neighbourhood. The fact that a car is needed and it is expensive makes it less appealing to younger expats.

To the east of Pedralbes, in the Sarria-Sant Gervasi district, Sarria is a pleasant, slightly less upmarket residential area with better shop and restaurant choices.

There is a mixture of older and newer apartment blocks, many of which have a doorman. A few detached and semi-detached houses can be found in the hilly streets to the north. The FGC suburban train connects Sarria to the centre of town, and the area is very well served by buses.

Sarria is also very convenient for its proximity to a number international schools in Barcelona , so it appeals to expat families with children. Most apartments provide garage space for two cars with each unit. It is, however, not recommended for young people without a car, as it is some way outside the city centre.

The area is served by the FGC suburban train and has an excellent bus network, but metro stops are scarce. There is a good municipal market, some supermarkets, and the Avenue Diagonal shopping area is close by. Rental prices are relatively low, but parking can be troublesome, although many apartment buildings offer a parking space.

As this area is very central, walking can also be an option, and the John Talabot School is fairly close by. Located in northwest Barcelona, St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat are spacious inner suburbs that provide plenty of green space, tennis clubs, and even horse-riding facilities. Both areas are popular with expatriates and convenient for the American School of Barcelona.

A car is essential here as there are no metros or trains, and buses to the city centre take over an hour. However, traffic congestion can be a real problem when driving to work. These suburbs are completely self-sufficient, with plenty of supermarkets and small, traditional shops.

South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops. Eixample is divided into a right- and left-hand section Dreta and Esquerra but both have the same octagonal grid formation that typifies Barcelona. The FGC suburban train, metro and buses provide good transport links.

There are three buildings designed by Gaudi close by, and La Rambla de Catalunya, with its perfect low-angle view of Mount Tibidabo, is fantastic for walking. Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port. The beach is easily reachable, and there are opportunities for running, cycling, roller blading, sailing and wind surfing. The area attracts both tourists and locals, and tends to get busy on weekends.

Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool. Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor.

Nevertheless, rents are expensive. The unique shape of the serpentine bench enables the people sitting on it to converse privately, although the square is large. Roadway in the Park - resembles the pine trees of the park. In order to fit in, the road and walkway structures between the terraces were built with stones quarried within the park. Bird nests have been installed in the walkways. One of the three viaducts located within the park.

Colonnaded footpath under the roadway viaduct, with external columns sloping to take the diagonal thrust from the vault supporting the road. Colonnaded pathway where the road projects out from the hillside, with the vaulting forming a retaining wall which curves over to support the road, and transmits the load onto sloping columns.

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The Park Güell is a public park system composed of gardens and architectural elements located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. because of the complex iconography that Gaudí applied to the urban project. This house, where Gaudí lived from to , was built by Francesc Berenguer in The city, on the contrary, is a complex and dynamic organization, and does not lend expressing those of the people who live and have lived there over time. The other connection seems to be that both painters were living in Barcelona one Mani's work, much of which has been destroyed, is evidence of his complex.

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Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed September 6, The Life That was. Date of experience: July Ask sethmichaels about Gaudi House Museum. Thank sethmichaels Reviewed August 28, Gaudi's Home. Carmel Hill belongs to the mountain range of Collserola — the Parc del Carmel is located on the northern face. The park was built from to and was officially opened as a public park in During this period, the architect perfected his personal style through inspiration from organic shapes.

He put into practice a series of new structural solutions rooted in the analysis of geometry. To that, the Catalan artist adds creative liberty and an imaginative, ornamental creation. Starting from a sort of baroquism, his works acquire a structural richness of forms and volumes, free of the rational rigidity or any sort of classic premises.

They imagined an organized grouping of high-quality homes, decked out with all the latest technological advancements to ensure maximum comfort, finished off with an artistic touch. They also envisioned a community strongly influenced by symbolism , since, in the common elements of the park, they were trying to synthesize many of the political and religious ideals shared by patron and architect: therefore there are noticeable concepts originating from political Catalanism — especially in the entrance stairway where the Catalan countries are represented — and from Catholicism — the Monumento al Calvario , originally designed to be a chapel.

On the other hand, many experts [ who? Such references go from political vindication to religious exaltation, passing through mythology , history and philosophy. These references have not been proven in the historiography of the modern architect. The site was a rocky hill with little vegetation and few trees, called Muntanya Pelada Bare Mountain.

It already included a large country house called Larrard House or Muntaner de Dalt House and was next to a neighbourhood of upper-class houses called La Salut The Health. The intention was to exploit the fresh air well away from smoky factories and beautiful views from the site, with sixty triangular lots being provided for luxury houses. In it was declared a historical artistic monument of national interest.

It has since been converted into a municipal garden. It can be reached by underground railway although the stations are at a distance from the Park and at a much lower level below the hill , by city buses, or by commercial tourist buses. Since October there is an entrance fee to visit the Monumental Zone main entrance, terrace, and the parts containing mosaics , but the entrance to the Park remains free.

These two buildings make up the Porter's Lodge pavilion. It has its own cinemas, shops, concert hall, golf course and sports clubs. It has detached houses with gardens and occasionally swimming pools, and is ideal for expat families.

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Below is a list of popular neighbourhoods in Barcelona which are often favoured by expatriates. Sarria To the east of Pedralbes, in the Sarria-Sant Gervasi district, Sarria is a pleasant, slightly less upmarket residential area with better shop and restaurant choices.

Shopping possibilities are unlimited, and there is no shortage of bars and restaurants. St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat Located in northwest Barcelona, St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat are spacious inner suburbs that provide plenty of green space, tennis clubs, and even horse-riding facilities. Areas for young and single expats in Barcelona Esquerra Eixample South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops.

Vila Olimpica Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port. Suburbs outside of Barcelona Castelldefels and Gava Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer.

Castelldefels is home to the British School of Barcelona.

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There are still a few nuns living here, but most parts of the monastery are open to and four rooms from this part of the complex now contain exhibits on the daily. Each of the areas and suburbs in Barcelona offers different facilities and options there is no shortage of options for expats looking for a place to live in Barcelona. garages, but spaces can sometimes be rented in a nearby parking complex. The city, on the contrary, is a complex and dynamic organization, and does not lend expressing those of the people who live and have lived there over time.

It is also accompanied by a map so that people can orient themselves more easily and, beyond this use, show a reality:. A person ends up living on the street for a variety of reasons and they have to do with the person themselves but also with the society in which we live. A person can only begin to recover from a life on the street when the have a safe place to live. More personalized social care is needed: support services for mental health, economic stability, rebuilding social circles, not having to wait weeks or months to access a shelter, acting immediately to keep the situation from becoming chronic….

Your email address will not be published. Skip to content. Your cart. Your account. Very cool small little museum, it shows you how simple and humble Gaudi was. The tour doesn't take that long but it was worth going in here and seeing how things were so different back then, definitely a place to visit, and if you are there in the summer make sure you get some oranges on your way out from the trees.

If you visit Parc Guell then you must buy a ticket to see the house that Gaudi lived in for about 20 years. It shows his very simple life, as well as some of his possessions and furniture that he designed.

Gives background to this very clever man. Nice add on to the park. No queue for tickets so got straight in. Only a small house but very interesting and worth a quick look.

There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line explaining Gaudi's history. Take the audio tour it's very amazing. I was there this August we bought the tickets online and skip the line.

Very interactive experience with your smartphone. Lovely house preserving some of Gaudi's modernist design furniture, telling about his work and life. He lived in the house for almost all of the last 20 yrs of his life. A must for Gaudi fans, design and architecture buffs and interesting for all. Very nice items in the shop but very, very pricey. House situated in Park Guell, which we didn't have time to explore. This is at the top of a very long, steep hill overlooking the city, hence no Metro!

You can book tickets in advance, including joint ones with Sagrada Familia. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Place where Gaudi lived - Gaudi House Museum. Message from Tripadvisor: Temporarily closed. Gaudi House Museum. Specialty Museums , Historic Sites. Book In Advance. Rail Tours. Place where Gaudi lived. Review of Gaudi House Museum. Date of experience: May Thank Ramya M.

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Lived. M. Teresa Anguera1*, Angel Blanco-Villaseñor2, Gudberg K. Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2 Faculty of Psychology, University of The analysis of a part of reality is complex, given the multifaceted nature of any aspect of daily life. Gaudi House Museum: Place where Gaudi lived - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Barcelona, Spain, at Tripadvisor. There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line. Each of the areas and suburbs in Barcelona offers different facilities and options there is no shortage of options for expats looking for a place to live in Barcelona. garages, but spaces can sometimes be rented in a nearby parking complex.

Gives background to this very clever man. Nice add on to the park. No queue for tickets so got straight in. Only a small house but very interesting and worth a quick look.

There is also a small shop within the house complex. There is an interesting time line explaining Gaudi's history. Take the audio tour it's very amazing. I was there this August we bought the tickets online and skip the line. Very interactive experience with your smartphone. Lovely house preserving some of Gaudi's modernist design furniture, telling about his work and life. He lived in the house for almost all of the last 20 yrs of his life.

A must for Gaudi fans, design and architecture buffs and interesting for all. Very nice items in the shop but very, very pricey. House situated in Park Guell, which we didn't have time to explore. This is at the top of a very long, steep hill overlooking the city, hence no Metro! You can book tickets in advance, including joint ones with Sagrada Familia. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Place where Gaudi lived - Gaudi House Museum. Message from Tripadvisor: Temporarily closed.

Gaudi House Museum. Specialty Museums , Historic Sites. Book In Advance. Rail Tours. Place where Gaudi lived. Review of Gaudi House Museum. Date of experience: May Thank Ramya M.

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Shop Now. Reviews 1, Write a review. Filter reviews. Traveler rating. Excellent Very good Average Poor Terrible Traveler type. Time of year. Language All languages. All languages. English Italian A few detached and semi-detached houses can be found in the hilly streets to the north.

The FGC suburban train connects Sarria to the centre of town, and the area is very well served by buses. Sarria is also very convenient for its proximity to a number international schools in Barcelona , so it appeals to expat families with children. Most apartments provide garage space for two cars with each unit. It is, however, not recommended for young people without a car, as it is some way outside the city centre.

The area is served by the FGC suburban train and has an excellent bus network, but metro stops are scarce. There is a good municipal market, some supermarkets, and the Avenue Diagonal shopping area is close by. Rental prices are relatively low, but parking can be troublesome, although many apartment buildings offer a parking space.

As this area is very central, walking can also be an option, and the John Talabot School is fairly close by. Located in northwest Barcelona, St Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat are spacious inner suburbs that provide plenty of green space, tennis clubs, and even horse-riding facilities.

Both areas are popular with expatriates and convenient for the American School of Barcelona. A car is essential here as there are no metros or trains, and buses to the city centre take over an hour. However, traffic congestion can be a real problem when driving to work.

These suburbs are completely self-sufficient, with plenty of supermarkets and small, traditional shops. South of St Gervasi and nearer to the heart of the old city, Esquerra Eixample is a busy area with many restaurants, bars and shops. Eixample is divided into a right- and left-hand section Dreta and Esquerra but both have the same octagonal grid formation that typifies Barcelona. The FGC suburban train, metro and buses provide good transport links. There are three buildings designed by Gaudi close by, and La Rambla de Catalunya, with its perfect low-angle view of Mount Tibidabo, is fantastic for walking.

Originally built to house athletes for the Olympics, Vila Olimpica is close to the bars and restaurants of the pleasure port. The beach is easily reachable, and there are opportunities for running, cycling, roller blading, sailing and wind surfing. The area attracts both tourists and locals, and tends to get busy on weekends.

Most apartment buildings here have very good light, are three or four floors high and provide a community garden and swimming pool. Quality was sometimes sacrificed in the rush to finish them, and sound insulation can be poor. Nevertheless, rents are expensive. There are supermarkets, shops and a cinema, but the best international schools are at least an hour away. The metro and bus services connect the area to the centre of town, but commuters will need to transfer between lines for destinations in the north and west of the city.

Castelldefels and Gava are around 12 miles 20km south of Barcelona, and close to fine, sandy beaches that fill with city dwellers in summer. Accommodation is mainly in the form of houses, some of which are partitioned off as summer apartments without heating facilities.

Trains in and out of Barcelona are convenient and frequent, reaching the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Several shopping malls can be reached by car in 15 minutes, as can the airport. Frequent trains connect it to the centre of Barcelona in around 20 minutes.

The area is popular with American and French expatriates. It has its own cinemas, shops, concert hall, golf course and sports clubs. It has detached houses with gardens and occasionally swimming pools, and is ideal for expat families. The Benjamin Franklin International School runs a bus service for pupils in the area.

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164 m2 | 2 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms | Furnished | Parking place | Swimming-pool | Gardens
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