Barcelona is divided into 10 administrative districts, but 3 of them are of the greatest interest to tourists.
The Old Town is a historical center with buildings from the 14th-15th centuries, ancient temples and the remains of Roman buildings. Many are attracted by the Gothic Quarter, where the famous Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia is located. You can stay in the Old Town both in luxury hotels and in mini-boarding houses and guest houses. Don't forget about https://barcelonacoffeeshops.club/.
Eixample is the most densely populated area, which appeared in the city only in the 19th century. It is worth a visit to get acquainted with the Gothic Sagrada Familia church and the modernist buildings of Antoni Gaudí. To accommodate tourists in Eixample, there are modern hotels, apartments, hostels.
Sans Montjuic is the largest district of Barcelona, located in the southern part of the city. On its territory is Mount Montjuic, where you can see the National Palace, the TV Tower and the Olympic Village. Guests in Sans-Montjuic can expect hotels of different star ratings and guest houses.