Horta-Guinardo is a district different from the rest of Barcelona, always conditioned by the diversity of its physical environment, with areas as different as Collserola, Vall d'Hebron or the Rambla de Horta, so its urban structure is very characteristic, molded to each area. This makes each sector very well differentiated.
On the other hand, this same form of its soil, and the fact that Horta-Guinardo is surrounded by nature, outdoor activities are one of the great benefits of living here: with excellent orientation, adequate temperatures, little pollution and proximity to parks, gardens and the natural park of Collserola. Represents 10.4% of the population of Barcelona, and the percentage of foreigners
It is considerably lower than the Barcelona average: 12.6% of foreigners in Horta-Guinardo for 17.8% from Barcelona. Its relative geographic isolation, and its late integration into the urban area, reflects its low diversity of inhabitants.
Horta-Guinardo began to develop from the fifties of the twentieth century, distanced from the other districts because of their geographical conditions. An area with a rural past and abundant vegetation, it has always been the great viewpoint of
Barcelona. The district is no longer isolated: with important enclosures (Vall d'Hebron, Llars Mundet or Hospital Sant Pau) as well as leisure areas (Collserola Park, Tres Turons or Laberint d'Horta), sports facilities and public transport.
Currently, Horta-Guinardo is enjoying a time of economic growth and development.
The offer of flats and houses for sale usually varies according to the neighborhood, although generally they are usually houses between 65 and 75 m². In 2017, the neighborhood in which the largest houses were sold was Can Baro, with an average of 86m²; while in Vall d'Hebron the smallest were sold, with an average of 59.8m². If you want to buy a house in Horta-Guinardo, a quiet district, with steep and irregular streets, surrounded by nature and peace.