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El Poblenou/San Marti

Eclectic • Laid-Back • Great transit

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About El Poblenou/San Marti

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Classic flea markets, repurposed factories, urban art, and fancy skyscrapers contribute to this coastal neighborhood's fascinating landscape, once the heart of the textile industry and later revitalized by the 1992 Olympic Games. Posh residences and working-class flats coexist, accommodating locals who conduct business, dine in tapas bars, and party in clubs along Rambla de Poblenou. Volleyball fans hang out at family-friendly Bogatell Beach, checking out the scenery and savoring ice cream treats from street vendors between games.

Photo Courtesy: Valentin Viñas under CC 2.0.

Photo Courtesy: Valentin Viñas under CC 2.0.

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Photo Courtesy: Districte Sant Martí under CC 2.0.

Photo Courtesy: iStock.com/fotoVoyager under CC 2.0.

Photo Courtesy: Districte Sant Martí under CC 2.0.

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