Everything about


Gràcia features popular landmarks such as Park Güell, designed by Antoni Gaudí, and Plaça del Sol, a lively square known for its outdoor terraces. The district is famous for its narrow streets and independent shops.


Gràcia was originally a separate village that was incorporated into Barcelona in the 19th century. It has maintained its unique identity with a vibrant cultural scene and numerous local festivals. The district is known for its bohemian vibe and artistic atmosphere.

The must

Living in Gràcia offers a bohemian and artistic atmosphere. The district has a diverse cultural scene with independent theaters, art galleries, and music venues. It's a popular area for young professionals and artists, providing a unique living experience.

Things to know

Gràcia can be crowded, especially during local festivals like the Festa Major. The narrow streets can be busy, and parking might be challenging. The area has a vibrant nightlife, but this can also lead to noise concerns.

Average 75sqm rent
Distance from the sea
Tags defining Gràcia
  • Artistic
  • Bohemian
  • Cultural


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