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Barcelona is one of the leading cities in southern Europe, with a marked character of its own, combining tradition and modernity, which makes it one of the most favoured enclaves in the Mediterranean for living in.   

We have more than a few motives for choosing Barcelona as an ideal city: corners to recommend, parks for getting lost in and vantage points from which to see the most striking sunsets.

Its connections with such popular destinations as Costa Brava, Ibiza, Minorca or Majorca contribute an added value that leaves little room for doubt.

Business Friendly

Thanks to a long business and commercial tradition, Barcelona is now one of the most important cities in Europe for doing business. This city generates and attracts local and foreign entrepreneurs and has become established as the European centre for the creation of companies.

International schools

The city offers a wide array of bilingual schools for all levels, from kindergarten to secondary school. Most of these private centres are validated, which means that students will be able to gain access to university without having to do the university entrance examinations, in addition to maintaining, in most cases, the educational system of the country of origin.

Sea and mountain

As it is located on the banks of the Mediterranean, Barcelona’s climate and temperature are mild and pleasant. Moreover, the number of sunny hours throughout the year is one of the highest in Europe, with an average temperature of 17.8ºC

Climate

As it is located on the banks of the Mediterranean, Barcelona’s climate and temperature are mild and pleasant. Moreover, the number of sunny hours throughout the year is one of the highest in Europe, with an average temperature of 17.8ºC

Architecture

Barcelona has a unique sample. Medieval quarters and buildings, Gothic and Neo-Gothic styles in neighbourhoods such as El Born or Eixample. Not to mention the important displays of Modernism by such architects as Antoni Gaudí or Lluís Domènech i Montaner.

Gastronomy and Culture

Barcelona brims with restaurants of all kinds, whether traditional and with Catalan dishes or those with international gastronomy. Besides, its good weather makes it possible to quietly enjoy a beer and a snack or have lunch in its terraces. A wide cultural offer comes along with the gastronomic offer: Theatres, concerts, local festivals and traditions, museums, events…