The Sagrada Familia is one of the most visited monuments in Spain and is considered Gaudi's masterpiece. And no wonder, this beautiful monument is full of details that will captivate all visitors.
In addition, you can admire it from different points of the city and visiting it can be one of the best experiences of your life if what you like is culture, design and history.
The Basilica is located in the neighborhood with its own name "Sagrada Familia'' within the Eixample Dret district of the Catalan city.
It is surrounded by the main avenues of the city such as Avenida Diagonal, Avenida Gaudi, Calle Dos de Maig, Calle Nápoles, Calle Aragó. It is considered a residential neighborhood, quiet and very central.
What can we find in this neighborhood?
In the surroundings you can find many attractions such as the Plaça de Gaudi, which is a beautiful park next to the Sagrada Familia, with a lake in the center.
Ideal for walks and strolls on the weekend, to enjoy a delicious ice cream while contemplating the Basilica or simply to rest on one of its benches.
On the other side of the Sagrada Familia there is another beautiful park, the Plaça de la Sagrada Familia, which is worth visiting.
Another must of this neighborhood is to walk along the beautiful Gaudí Avenue, ideal to stop and enjoy a nice coffee or vermouth while contemplating the basilica.
If you go up Gaudí Avenue you will find the old modernist building Hospital Sant Pau designed by Lluís Domènech i Montaner,
you will love its architectural details such as its mosaics, stained glass windows, turrets adorned with beautiful sculptures and pavilions full of history.
This neighborhood is also characterized as a place that offers many options for sports, as there are several municipal sports centers such as Centre Esportiu Municipal Sagrada Familia
and the Pista Poliesportiva Municipal Jardins de la Indústria. Last but not least, in this neighborhood you will find a huge municipal library that is considered one of the most complete libraries in Barcelona "Biblioteca Sagrada Familia''.
And we could not fail to mention this last attraction: If you are a beer lover, you will find in the heart of this neighborhood the Estrella Damm Factory that offers a guided tour so you can learn the secrets of this beer and taste its different varieties.
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If I live in this neighborhood, how do I move to the rest of the city?
As we mentioned at the beginning, this neighborhood is considered one of the most central of Barcelona, you have several metro and bus stops.
You have at your disposal the purple line (L2) Stops: Sagrada Família, Hospital Sant Pau, Encants and Glòries. With the purple line you will be in Plaça Universitat in 10 minutes and in Las Ramblas in 20 minutes.
And blue line (L5) Stops: Sagrada Familia and Hospital Sant Pau.