Sprawling Sants-Montjuïc may be one of Barcelona’s largest neighborhoods, but it’s generally off the radar for tourists. Sants-Montjuïc uses it expansive size to its advantage–its residents choose between countless local cafes and bars, enjoy the ease of accessible public transportation, and visit the art museum based in their neighborhood. Despite its array of activities, Sants-Montjuïc maintains a down-to-earth approachability and a quietude usually reserved for suburban areas.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
A Large Neighborhood With Endless Options
Next to Famous Sights and Landmarks
City and Sea Vistas From Montjuïc Castle
Endless Dining Options In Sants-Montjuïc
Recreational Pursuits In An Urban Environment
Convenient Access to Barcelona and Beyond
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
Susana Lopez is a freelance photographer currently based in Barcelona. She travels wherever an interesting project takes her. Design and music are two of the corner stones of her life and she admits to feeling slightly frustrated that she didn’t become a rockstar. Photographing Barcelona for Neighborhoods made her fall in love with this amazing city all over again.
Serena De Sanctis
Serena De Sanctis was born in Rome, and lives and works in Barcelona. She feels that photography enables her to approach and experience other people’s lives. Photographing Barcelona for Airbnb enabled her to get to know every corner of the city and to showcase what each neighborhood has to offer.
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.