Separated from many of Barcelona’s well-known sights and attractions by large roads and parks, Eixample’s “New Left” keeps to itself, quietly mixing office buildings and residential side streets. After nightfall, most of the locals head home or to a gathering spot elsewhere in l’Eixample. Visitors who take the time to venture to the New Left often stumble upon unexpectedly delightful sights, like the colorful Parc de Joan Miró.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
A Residential Neighborhood with a Big-Town Atmosphere
[We're near] Plaza Cataluña, Paseo de Gracia, El Gotico, and El Raval...There are shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, and everything you could possibly need just on the doorstep."
Dining In l'Eixample's Newest Addition
Subway lines and buses connect you to the beach and the airport in 30 minutes [from La Nova Esquerra de l'Eixample]."
A Day on the Streets of La Nova Esquerra
Parks and Recreation In La Nova Esquerra de l'Eixample
La Nova Esquerra: Contour and Shape
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Lindsay Murphy is a freelance photographer from Boston, Massachusetts. Her work mainly focuses on architecture, children, weddings, food and wine. As a new Barcelona resident, photographing Barcelona for Airbnb was the perfect way for her to quickly establish an intimate relationship with the city. She is currently photographing her way around Spain.
I am a photographer in Madrid, Spain specializing in portraiture and reportage. I am originally from central Pennsylvania where I am continuing to work on a long-term project about the area called Frenchville. This project and my editorial and commercial work can be seen on my website.