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Sant Andreu

Sant Andreu del Palomar church is a picturesque historical landmark in the district, along with other sites like Carrer Gran de Sant Andreu and the Fabra i Coats factory, now an art center.


Sant Andreu, originally an independent municipality, was annexed by Barcelona in 1897 but has maintained a village-like character within the city. It is known for its pedestrian-friendly plazas and traditional streets.

The must

Living in Sant Andreu offers a small-town feel with vibrant cultural events and traditional festivals. It's a pedestrian-friendly district with narrow streets and a strong sense of community.

Things to know

Sant Andreu has a vibrant cultural scene with theaters, art galleries, and traditional festivals. It offers a mix of old and new, but some areas might retain an industrial feel.

Average 75sqm rent
Distance from the sea
Tags defining Sant Andreu
  • Village-like
  • Traditional
  • Community


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