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Attractions guide for the Sant Gervasi area of Barcelona

7 things to do and see

This area at the foot of Collserola and Tibidabo was the wealthy part of town with grand houses and gardens away from the bustle of the centre

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Description of Sant Gervasi Area

This page is about Attractions in the Sant Gervasi area of Barcelona and also includes the adjacent neighbourhoods of Sarria, Tres Torres and Bonanova.

These neighbourhoods were isolated villages to the north of Barcelona till the city expanded and absorbed them in the early 20th century. It is a posh residential area and non-touristy but has some interesting attractions.

The most interesting area is Bonanova and Sant Gervasi which has the Gaudí Torre Bellesguard house and the CosmoCaixa Science Museum. A walk round this part of town also passes via the Sant Gervasi church, Aveninda Tibidabo and Tamarita Gardens.

This area is also at the foothills of Collserola and is the starting point for the TC2 bus and Tibidabo Funicular (Cuca de Llum).

From Avenida Tibidabo it is also possible to walk up to Tibidabo via Fabra Observatory.

For more information and transport options for Tibidabo visit the Tibidabo page.

Click on any of the images below to read more about each attraction.

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Attractions in Sant Gervasi Area

Map of Sant Gervasi Area


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