The district of La Vall d'Hebrón-La Clota is a part of the city that belongs to the district of Horta-Guinardó, which encompasses an area close to the Ronda de Dalt, one of the most important entry and exit arteries of Barcelona. For this reason, it can be very interesting for people working outside of Barcelona, as you have excellent road and highway connections, that link the Catalan capital to other areas of the autonomous region.
If you want to rent an apartment in the district of Horta-Guinardó, check out the possibility of doing so in the district of Vall d'Hebrón, La Clota. You will discover a peaceful, affordable and well-connected area of the city, with many green parks and lots of sports facilities.
The neighbourhood of La Vall d'Hebrón-La Clota is a residential area, with many blocks of apartment buildings in a spacious area and with large green parks. It is a straightforward neighbourhood, with commercial areas and low population density.
The apartments of Vall d'Hebrón-La Clota are of an average size, between 60 and 90 square meters, although you can find some smaller apartments and also some larger buildings. It is very close to the Hospital of Vall d'Hebrón, which makes it an ideal neighbourhood for employees of this magnificent hospital, which is one of the most prestigious in Spain.
Therefore, nurses, doctors, assistants, cleaning staff or students who perform their internship or Internal Medicine Residency (MIR in Spanish) at the hospital, can find this part of Barcelona ideal to live in, because it is close to work. Another attraction in the area is the faculty of Psychology and Pedagogy at the University of Barcelona (UB).
Students at this university find it an excellent option to rent an apartment in this area of Barcelona. And although the neighbourhood is very quiet, it is well connected by several bus and metro lines to the centre of Barcelona.
The area is close to the hillside of the Collserola mountain range, which enjoys excellent views of the Catalan capital, and which means that the apartments in this neighbourhood are mostly bright and have great views.
Finally, the great variety of sports facilities in this area is also worth mentioning. And this is in large part due to the construction of sports facilities for the Barcelona Olympics held in 1992.
One of the most interesting elements in the neighbourhood of La Vall d'Hebrón-La Clota is the proximity of the Collserola mountain range, the green lung of the Ciudad Condal and one of the largest urban parks in Spain. The sports facilities in the area, built originally for the Olympics, might also attract many residents who like to do sports on a regular basis.