Has big city life captivated you and are you looking for a nice apartment with Spanish flair near the sea? Then Barcelona is just your city! As the second largest city in Spain, Barcelona is not only attractive as a holiday destination. Whoever would like to buy an apartment or a holiday home here, will find their dream home either in the historic old town, directly by the sea or in the upmarket suburbs.
We will be happy to assist you in your search! At Jürgen Weiss Inmobiliaria we offer a large choice of selected properties in the city centre as well as in the quieter parts of the city. We support you in each of your decisions with our years of experience and our expert knowledge. Your wishes are our top priority. You will feel confident knowing that you have a trusted partner in finding the right property in Barcelona by your side.
Regardless of whether in the colourful and cheerful centre of the city or a little further out - Barcelona has a lot to offer as the capital of Catalonia. For example, fish lovers will get their money’s worth in the smallest district of Barcelona, Barceloneta . The former fishing district exudes a Mediterranean holiday atmosphere in the middle of Barcelona and attracts its visitors with traditional fish restaurants and many small bars. Sports enthusiasts will also get their money's worth from the sea on their doorstep, a well kept outdoor gym, fitness studios and a swimming club. Night owls will find themselves at Puerto Olímpico at the end of the day where numerous nightclubs and bars at the heart of Barcelona's vibrant nightlife are to be found.
In contrast to the Barceloneta, in El Born close to the beach, culture and art lovers will be well provided for. Historic and trendy, El Born captivates its visitors with its architectural and historical highlights. Special sights include the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, the Picasso Museum and the Ciutadella Park with a landscaped lake for boating. Furthermore, this area is characterised by its proximity to the city centre and the beach. Many buildings are well over 100 years old and have been renovated and refurbished to modern standards, so that residents can enjoy an exciting mix of old and modern.
The most historic part of Barcelona, El Gòtico , is still the political, cultural and tourist centre of the city. The old buildings have been lovingly and lavishly preserved, so that shopping lovers can enjoy the many small boutiques, confectioners and souvenir shops. In the modern Eixample , the building landscape is made up of large and high quality apartments, which are usually bathed with light. Gaudi's world famous buildings Casa Milà and Casa Batlló add culture to the area, as well as the prestigious La Sagrada Familia cathedral. The districts Sant Antoni and Sarrià , on the other hand, are considered the least tourist oriented districts of Barcelona. The apartments in Sant Antoni tend to be very spacious and often have cosy balconies or terraces. Sarrià, located above the city, is one of the wealthiest parts of Barcelona, and the inhabitants are very proud of the fact.