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Why rent an apartment in the neighbourhood of Baró de Viver, Barcelona?

The district of Baró de Viver is a working-class neighbourhood located in the small district of Sant Andreu. This area is bordered by the bank of the Besós River on the right side, and it is a small urbanized area built between the 1920s and the 1960s.

Its objective has always been to provide shelter for workers from nearby factories and, subsequently, to give way to the great wave of national immigration that came to Barcelona in the middle of the 20th century.

The neighbourhood is well connected by public transport with the rest of the city, it is very cheap here and it has all necessary services to live in the area.

If you are thinking of renting an apartment in the district of Sant Andreu, and if you are looking for a cheap area, close to the exits and entrances of the Ciudad Condal, the neighbourhood of Baró de Viver is an excellent option.

Discover the neighbourhood of Baró de Viver with ShBarcelona

The area of Baró de Viver is a welcoming neighbourhood, first urbanized with the intention of welcoming workers who worked in nearby factories, in an industry that flourished in Barcelona at the beginning of the century and that attracted many people to get out of poverty and the instability of rural life.

On the other hand, in the mid-twentieth century, that same industry was evolving and in need of more workers, and that economic development made many people from other Spanish provinces want to migrate to Barcelona, to get out of a situation that seemed to have no positive outcome at that time.

Therefore, the Catalan capital became a place of welcome and opportunities, and a clear example of this is the neighbourhood of Baró de Viver. At the beginning, the small area was geographically isolated from the rest of the metropolitan area, but little by little it has opened up more, and services and connections with the rest of the city have been added since then.

Currently it is a working-class neighbourhood, with good connections, many services and green areas. The apartments are of an average size, and it is also possible to find some studios or smaller apartments.

Rental prices are very cheap, and it is also very close to the exits and entrances of the Catalan capital, which is ideal for people who want to rent an apartment in an affordable area and who travel outside of Barcelona on a daily basis.

What to see in the neighbourhood of Baró de Viver, Barcelona

You can enjoy the Parque de la Trinitat, which is near the district of Baró de Viver. It is a park that was built in order to muffle the sound of cars that circulate through the Nus de la Trinitat, one of the most important roads in the Catalan capital.

This extensive urban park, full of trees and recreational areas, is a relief for all the residents in the area, whether to spend a day outdoors, to walk the dog or to do sports.

 

 

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