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Barcelona, the Spanish city with beautiful landmarks and historic buildings, isn’t just famous for football and beaches; there are numerous neighborhoods in the city which make living here an easy and enjoyable experience. With friendly neighbors and accepting culture, Sants in Barcelona is a neighborhood you can’t miss. Popular for hiking and various adventurous activities, the neighborhood of Sants is much more than what it looks like; you’re going to love the environment, enjoy a plethora of things to do, and stay happy and entertained.

Sants is one of the richest neighborhoods in Barcelona because it was once the heaviest textile and clothing center in the city. You can still catch a glimpse of its rich history when you visit, but the most prominent feature of the city is its diverse experience.

Here are a few things you can do while you’re exploring Sants:

Visit the Barcelona Olympic Stadium

It’s impossible to imagine Barcelona without sports, which is why you need to check out the Barcelona Olympic Stadium, standing tall and mighty in the Sants district. This is actually a popular way to immerse in the history and culture of the neighborhood and a great icebreaker among strangers. Besides that, it’s really amazing to watch the sun go down there.

Sants Montjuic

Hang out at Parc de l’Espanya Industrial

A few meters away from the famous Sants train station you will find Parc de l’Espanya Industrial. The park is also known for the 12m high dragon sculpture by Andres Nagel. The dragon sculpture is also a children’s slide, and once in a while you will find some skaters there. In addition to the sculpture there is a playground for children, a basketball court and plenty of space for everybody to just hang out and enjoy the nature and the fountains of the park’s pond .

Buy Delicious Fresh Products from Mercat de Sants

Mercat de Sants is a thriving market where you can shop till you drop. If you’re into culinary culture and gastronomy, then you’ll love diving into the fresh and great quality produce at Mercat de Sants. The market is a great way to explore the neighborhood, and you can even buy various goods like clothing, decorations, and food along the way.

Experience the buzz of Plaça D’Espanya

Shared by the Sants-Montjuic districts, Plaça D’Espanya is a prominent square and core of Barcelona, now housing a modern and chic shopping center, ‘Las Arenas‘. Think of Times Square in NYC but a dozen times more important, lively, and integrated. Trust us; you’ll simply be in love with this place. Don’t forget to enjoy the beautiful 360 ° – view at the top floor of Las Arenas, also you can enjoy a good dinner or grab some drinks at one of the restaurants you’ll find there.

Plaça Espanya

Ride Along On A Biking Trail

This may not be surprising at all because bike trails in Barcelona are super famous and common, but the Sants neighborhood biking trail is one of the best you’ll get to do. If you’re among those who love trailing along with friends but not amidst nature, then taking a bike ride within the neighborhood is the perfect fit for you. You can take a look at the buildings, come across little stores and discover newer places to hang out along the way.

Self-Explore on the Metro

Sants is considered a very well-communicated and connected neighborhood, and you can test this yourself by taking a self-exploring trip around it by riding on the metro. The metro in Sants takes various routes and is the central train station of Catalonia. You can start in the morning and go through the entire neighborhood, stop at various stations to eat or shop and even choose to explore the district of Montjuic; no matter what you decide, it will be convenient and fun.

Enjoy a hike

One cannot talk about Sants without mentioning the great hiking trails, and if you’ve visited Barcelona even once, you’ll know hiking in Sants is serious business. With several gorgeous trails, all gateways to the breathtaking city, hiking in Sants is probably going to be one of your greatest memories.

There is no match to this impressive neighborhood; whether you ask a local or witness it yourself, you’ll know Sants is popular without a doubt. Making people fall in love occasionally and giving them the chance to live and thrive with love and peace is just Sants forte, but you may just be attracted because of its dainty charm and passion.

Sants Montjuic Barcelona

Looking for more ideas of what to do in and around Barcelona? Get in touch with Spanish Trails or have a look at the tours and day trips we offer.

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