Living in Barcelona

The capital of Catalonia truly has it all – a rich cultural history, architectural marvels, stunning beaches,  mountains, and renowned gastronomy. It is no wonder it has been voted the best city to live in, and anyone who visits will undoubtedly fall in love with this magical place. 

Barcelona, vibrant and eclectic

Nestled on the coast of Catalonia, Barcelona is a true gem of Spain. Recently voted as the best city to live in, it is not hard to see why people are flocking to this cultural hub. 

The capital of Catalonia boasts a rich cultural life, with an abundance of art, music and theatre to explore.  The architectural masterpieces of Antonio Gaudi make Barcelona truly unique.  

A dynamic city, brimming with enchantment and allure

The  sea

Barcelona's stunning and secure beaches are conveniently accessible from the city center within minutes.

The weather

The region enjoys a mild climate throughout the year.

The gastronomy

Catalan gastronomy is globally renowned.

The lifestyle

The Mediterranean lifestyle is bound to captivate you: strolling around on foot, enjoying a drink on a terrace in the evening, and mingling with locals at one of the numerous beach or open-air bars scattered throughout the city.

Art, history, culture & leisure

Barcelona boasts a rich historical and cultural legacy, which draws in countless visitors annually.

The city’s architecture, global theater and opera scene, traditional festivals, deep-rooted history, and endless array of art exhibitions cater to a wide range of interests and preferences.



In this city, the chances of pursuing your preferred sport are substantial, with outdoor activities being particularly prevalent owing to the pleasant climate.

Moreover, the city plays host to numerous sports events and is renowned as the home of FC Barcelona, one of the foremost football teams globally, thus establishing itself as a prominent sports destination. 

Nature and the surroundings

Beach or mountain? You can opt for a serene day in any of the numerous natural parks that are situated close to the city. Alternatively, you can indulge in a day of skiing in the Pyrenees, visit the renowned Dalí Theater-Museum in Figueras, or explore the historic Roman city of Tarragona for a day.



The Spanish healthcare system is well-regarded globally for its quality, and the country has a high life expectancy rate.  

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