Neighborhoods: Pueblo Seco, Montjuïc, La Marina del Prat Vermell, La Marina de Port, La Font de la Guatlla, Hostafrancs, La Bordeta, Sants-Badal, Sants, Zona Franca.

Mountain of Montjuïc, symbol of the Olympic Games of Barcelona of 1992 with jewels like the Olympic Ring, Palau Sant Jordi, Foundation Joan Miró is located the district of Sants-Montjuïc. It is the most extensive district of the city, which includes various areas of activity. There are very heterogeneous neighborhoods such as the Poble Sec or Sants residential areas, which have a marked traditional character, with future development areas such as the Marina del Port where large residential and office complexes are planned. Its location also offers easy access to high speed transport, and the suburban lines and the airport from Sant station and Plaza España. In the Sants district there is the Sants station where the TGV-AVE de Barcelona and La Fira de Barcelona stop in the Plaza España. The neighborhood of the important commercial hubs of the city, as well as many bus lines allowing mobility through the city.

The Montjuïc Cable Car connects the Funicular station with the top of Montjuïc mountain through 750 meters of air travel. You can see the whole city from the sky at bird’s eye view as you climb up to Montjuïc Castle. From its modern booths you will recognize the most emblematic buildings of Barcelona, such as the Sagrada Familia or the Torre Agbar and you will enjoy wonderful views of the Port area.

From the facilities of the Montjuïc Cable Car you can visit the Joan Miró Foundation, the National Art Museum of Catalonia or the Poble Espanyol. You can also experience the essence of the 1992 Olympic Games by visiting the Olympic Stadium.

Selling price: 2.600 – 3.500 € m2.

Rent price: 11,5 € m2