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Horta-Guinardó has notable landmarks such as the Bunker del Carmel, a former Spanish Civil War site with panoramic views, and the Parc del Laberint d'Horta, the oldest garden in the city. It offers a mix of historical sites and recreational areas.


Horta-Guinardó, located in the northeast of Barcelona, is one of the largest districts by area. It has a diverse landscape, with residential neighborhoods, parks, and mountains. The district has a mix of urban and natural environments.

The must

Living in Horta-Guinardó offers a diverse experience with a combination of residential zones, parks, and cultural sites. It's one of the quieter districts with fewer tourists and a more local feel.

Things to know

While Horta-Guinardó offers a quieter experience, it may be less convenient for public transport and access to city amenities. The district's hilly terrain and spread-out nature can make commuting times longer.

Average 75sqm rent
Distance from the sea
Tags defining Horta-Guinardó
  • Scenic
  • Quiet
  • Local


    el Baix Guinardó
    Can Baró
    el Guinardó
    la Font d'en Fargues
    el Carmel
    la Teixonera
    Sant Genís dels Agudells
    la Vall d'Hebron
    la Clota