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About Eixample

The Eixample area is a very central neighbourhood in Barcelona. Ildefons Cerdá has planned it with a revolutionary idea of expansion (Eixample literally means this!) it dreamt of an area with a lot of light, a large, grid-like district outside the old walls of the city; a new, scientific approach for the urbanization of this area. The Eixample has also been the cradle of modernism, with some of the most famous buildings designed by Gaudí. That’s why is famous and loved among locals and tourists.

If you’re moving here, we recommend you to have a look at our rooms in Eixample in Barcelona, the perfect area in the heart of the city, where to spot uncountable important sights and choose among so many leisure activities! It’s the ideal place for international students and young professionals.

Why live in Eixample in Barcelona?

Eixample made Barcelona a truly modern city, a urban success story famous all over the world! Living here may be a good chance to stay in one of the coolest areas of the city. You have literally everything you could wish for: museums, beautiful street to walk, services, cafes, restaurants and outdoor terraces, shops and all the facilities you need.

If you choose to rent a room in Eixample, you will live in such a perfect neighbourhood, where to breath the real scent of the Catalan culture.

Main spots

Casa Batlló

One of the most important landmarks in the city, designed by Gaudí.

La Pedrera

Another important unique creation by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí.

The Sagrada Familia

The symbol of Barcelona, one of the most peculiar cathedrals in the world.

Casa de les Punxes

A castle-looking building created by Puig i Cadafalch, which boasts a modernist architecture.

Passeig de Gràcia

It’s the biggest and most important street in here, counting many shops, restaurants and more.

Plaça Catalunya

The main centre of the Catalan Capital, filled with beautiful architecture, and many shops.

Diagonal Avenue

It’s a long street that crosses Barcelona, from western edge of the city to the beautiful seaside.

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When you move abroad, picking the right room or apartment is the first important step. Therefore, our team at helpHousing, strive everyday to offer high quality accommodations and the best housing services for young internationals. Discover all our rooms in Eixample in Barcelona and live a pleasant stay with us.

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What to do in Eixample in Barcelona

Cultural Activities

Eixample district offers uncountable things to do and see to have a great time in Barcelona. Here we have some ideas for you.

  • A walk through the district: Eixample has so many incredible sights, Passeig de Gràcia, Plaça Catalunya, the Diagonal Avenue and much more. Here you can enjoy a relaxing tour of the neighborhood, have some shopping in the best shops of the Barcelona, enjoy some tapas and admire the incredible architectural features (mostly offered by the great Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí).
  • Get amazed by Casa Batlló and La Pedrera: these two are some of the most relevant landmarks in the city, signed by Gaudí. Their design and architectural characteristics are one of a kind; the rounded shape, the colors, the proportions: everything make these two buildings worth visiting. Our tip is to buy tickets in advance and, if you can, to look for some discount (since the entrance is not cheap at all). 
  • Visit the Sagrada Familia: Eixample is home to the world renowned cathedral (declared in 2010 a “basilica” by the Pope), the masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí that hasn’t come to an end yet. Here you’ll stand in front of a UNESCO World Heritage Site which combines the most diverse styles inspired both by religion and natural elements. You have the chance to visit the facades and the lovely park outside or to buy an entrance and discover all the secrets hidden in the cathedral (by yourself or with a guided tour). 
  • Explore the Fundació Antoni Tàpies: it’s a museum and cultural centre dedicated to the masterpieces of the Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies. If you truly appreciate the modern art expressions, we suggest you a visit here. Moreover, in the cultural centre you’ll find beautiful temporary exhibitions, symposia, lectures and movies. Isn’t it a great and alternative way to enjoy your time in Barcelona?

Nightlife in Barcelona

If you think Eixample is lively and interesting during the day, wait for the night vibes and you will love it! This neighbourhood has plenty of the most diverse bars and clubs, since the nightlife customers are: locals, tourists and young internationals living in Barcelona. 

Located just-off Plaça Catalunya, you’ll find the great City Hall, a theatre-looking club that attracts huge crowds of your internationals. 

If you want to dive into the Latino vibes and rhythms, Mojito Club is what you’re looking for.

Lately, this area has become one of the favourites among the LGBTQ community in Barcelona (it’s also called the “Gayxample”): the most known club - where everyone is truly welcome - is the Arena Sala Classic.

Dress to impress and add some luxury to your Barcelona night experiences with the Bling Bling club, where the music is quite mainstream, but the image is definitely not!

These are just few of the uncountable clubs located in the Eixample district... explore them with your friends and housemates and live an unforgettable stay in Barcelona.

Public transport

As you may know, Barcelona offers a great public transport service. The Eixample district is quite centre and this means you can explore it by walk (or by bike); but if you wish to move around the city, you can do it in the blink of an eye! These are the closest metro stations:

Passeig de Gràcia (L4)

Catalunya (L1)

Diagonal (L5)