Beaches, mountains, history, spectacular architecture and wonderful food make Barcelona the best city of Spain.
It’s no secret that readers adore cities in Italy and Spain, which have historically been well represented on this list, and remain so this year.
Barcelona is renowned for its stunning architecture and is a metropolitan business hub of Spain contributing 20% of Spain’s GDP per capita exceeding the european average by 14%.
Pedralbes is one of the most sought after areas of Barcelona located at the top of Diagonal near the Les Corts business district and just below the Collserola hills.
The Gothic quarter is historically the old roman town of Barcelona, a labyrinth of old architecture, art, bars and restaurants.
This part of the city is a different world to the busier parts in the center. Gràcia is very much its own little village, with plenty of things to see and do.
Located North of the Gothic Quarter, Born is the lower section of the La Ribera neighbourhood and runs from Princessa down to Barceloneta.
Barcelona is the home of design and it’s reflected in the local brands and culture, art fashion and interior design here is innovative and dedicated to elegance.
From 2014, there were a lot of international and institutional investors coming into Spain, and that really brought confidence back into the market.
Overall experts point out that 2016 was a positive year for the real estate market with prices having bottomed out the year before and modest price rises seen in...
Spain’s real estate market continues to move forward on the path to recovery.
The market for new homes in Barcelona will almost double in the next few years as the city's housing market recovers from crisis, forecasts international real estate consultants CBRE.
There was a three-year sales high in June, with almost 40,000 residential properties changing hands.
Barcelona has moved up a couple of notches in the rankings, to Numbers 12 and 19 for investment and development respectively.