The small village of Garraf, located south of Barcelona, is part of Sitges. It is famous for its tiny houses built directly on the beach which were, back in 1920, mere reed shacks.
There can be no doubt that they sell computers in this shop located in the La Vila de Gràcia neighborhood.
Around the Mercat de Santa Caterina, in the heart of the Sant Pere, Santa Caterina i la Ribera neighborhood, there are all kinds of unique shops and bars, like this one which is about to open.
In the La Vila de Gràcia neighborhood, most boutiques and shops have a unique character, like this community bookstore.
There is a small garden in the Sant Andreu neighborhood where famous places of Catalonia are represented on a small scale.
Windows can reveal a lot about the personality of house owners, like the ones I saw in the La Clota neighborhood.
The plants kept on the forecourt of the Santa Engràcia church in the La Prosperitat neighborhood create a pleasant composition.
The Escola Industrial is a campus located in the La Nova Esquerra de l’Eixample neighborhood. Its modernist buildings were originally the Can Batlló factory back in the 19th Century.
La Clota is the smallest neighborhood of Barcelona, and the one with the lowest population density. There, the vast majority of houses and workshops were built by their owners back when the area was mainly farmland.