Sant Andreu's seclusion from the fast pace of Barcelona's core keeps the neighborhood feeling approachable. Sant Andreu boasts a steadfast community whose residents support their local businesses and address one another by name, and its recent infrastructural improvements are beginning to attract the eyes of those looking for new neighborhoods. As the light fades on Sant Andreu, the neighborhood's restaurants and shops dim their own as well. In Sant Andreu, serenity is appreciated.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
On the Map
Sant Andreu is bordered by Porta, La Sagrera, Trinitat Nova, Torre Baró, Sant Martí de Provençals, El Clot, Nou Barris, El Camp de l'Arpa del Clot, La Prosperitat, Baró de Viver, and Navas
A Working Neighborhood In the Outside of Town
Sant Andreu's Local Markets and Simple Street Scenes
Neighborhood Green Spaces In Sant Andreu
Windows and Walls: The Look of Sant Andreu
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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.
Iciar J. Carrasco
Freelance Photographer and Graphic Designer currently based in Madrid, Spain. Discovered her love for cameras at an early age when she got her first Polaroid. Loves photographing food before eating it, traveling and capturing scenes from different places or taking portraits of people. Also loves designing publications, paper, printing techniques and dreams of mixing all these with photography, creating a lifestyle magazine in the future.
The Weaver House
Hannah and Kelty are twin sisters from Portland, Oregon. After studying foreign languages together at Stanford University they parted ways, moving to Barcelona & San Francisco. Re-uniting in 2010, they launched The Weaver House: a collaboration in photography, design, and fashion. They shoot with polaroid, 35mm and digital, gravitating toward organic and unique personalities, spaces, and unions.