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Why rent an apartment in the neighbourhood of La Sagrera, Barcelona?

The neighbourhood of La Sagrera is an area located within the district of Sant Andreu, and it has an ancient and humanitarian history to which it owes its name. The neighbourhood of La Sagrera is an urban area with a high population density, and it has all basic services and shops that a resident might need.

La Sagrera is an ideal area for many profiles that decide to rent an apartment in the district of Sant Andreu, since it is a quiet, family neighbourhood, that has good connections to the centre of the Catalan capital.

If you are thinking of starting a family or if you already have one, the neighbourhood of La Sagrera may be an interesting option for you, since it is one of the most established neighbourhoods in Barcelona, with relatively affordable prices.

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The history of the neighbourhood of La Sagrera and the origin of its name are worthy of being told. It goes all the way back to the 11th century, when it was an agricultural and rural area, like most of the land bordering the centre of the Catalan capital.

Apparently, the poor farmers who, at that time, worked on their landowner’s land, lived in fear under the oppression of the aristocratic owners of the land. For that reason, Abbot Oliva, a Benedictine monk considered the Catalan spiritual father, decided in accordance with the owners of all the nearby lands, to install a place of protection for the farmers.

The selected zone was 30 steps from the walls of each church in the area. The farmers could safely put the harvest of the parish priests and their own harvest there, and they would be protected from the aggression and mistreatment by the landlords.

These safe zones around churches were called sagrers, hence the name of the neighbourhood, La Sagrera. The neighbourhood has now become an area full of services and connections, with a good public transport network and plenty of shopping areas.

On the subject of real estate, you can find a wide variety of properties here, from medium-sized apartments of between 60 and 90 square meters, to small studios that are ideal for single people and larger houses for large families.

Compared to other areas of Barcelona prices are not excessively high, making it an ideal neighbourhood for families who do not want to spend too much of their financial resources on their house.

What to see in the neighbourhood of La Sagrera, Barcelona

A wonderful place to visit in the neighbourhood of La Sagrera is the Plaza de Masadas, located in the oldest area of the neighbourhood and well-known for its arcades.

It is, without a doubt, the nerve centre and soul of the neighbourhood, and you will find some shops and bars here, where you can have a drink on a quiet terrace, since neither the square, nor practically any of the adjacent streets allow vehicles to circulate.

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