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Best Barber Shops in Sants–Montjuïc

Written by Joe Thurston

Sants–Montjuïc is one of the most popular areas to live in the city. This modern, up and coming part of the Barcelona includes some of the city’s favorites including Placa de Espanya and the Castle of Montjuïc. It also offers a variety of restaurants, bars, shops and services, which makes it a great area to live in.

If you decided to make the district of Sants-Montjuïc your home or are simply walking around the area and feel like you could use a trim, why not head on to a barber shop?

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Güell Barber Shop

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Photo by myoldpostcards via VisualHunt

Right up at the north end of the area, near the main train station that takes you on the high-speed railway to Madrid, there is the Güell Barber Shop. Located on Carrer de Joan Güell, this highly rated barber shop offers all kinds of services, including haircuts and shaves, in a store that’s a great blend of a modern barber shop and a traditional peluqueria. You can park your car or moped right outside, as the road is not too busy around this venue. Despite it being a popular spot and being closed on Mondays and Sundays, a booking is usually not necessary.

Ballester Barber Shop

Smack dab in the middle of Sants–Montjuïc, on the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, lies Ballester Barber Shop. Ballester is wedged in between a lot of flat blocks and it sits right next to a Lidl, so it’s pretty easy to find. If you want a great cut by a local barber, then this is a great place to go.

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Personal by Lourdes Perruquers

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If you want to be spoiled a little more than you would by going to a normal barber shop, then try going to Personal by Lourdes Perruquers at Carrer de Sants 291. This hair salon offers all kinds of services, including those nice scalp massages you can get from the hair stylists during the shampooing you get before a cut.

Carrer de la Creu Coberta

If you are one of those kind of people who likes to find a local barber while wandering the streets, then Carrer de la Creu Coberta is the place to go. There are many different kinds of establishments around, many of which are barber shops. There are also a lot of shops on this street, so if you are dragged along on a shopping spree but don’t feel like buying anything, you can just go and get your hair cut instead.

About the author

Joe Thurston

Joe is a professional actor/writer from England who has made Barcelona his home.

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