Urbanized in the nineteenth century by Ildefonso Cerdà, in its reticular streets are most of the main jewels of Catalan Modernism, such as La Pedrera or Casa Batlló, both by Antonio Gaudí. This excellent area to live and also to visit; bourgeois Barcelona in its pure state. The daily life of Barcelona is palpable especially in its Eixample neighborhood; that bourgeois and enlightened Barcelona that knows how to live very well. The most important to see in the Eixample are the numerous buildings and spaces that Antoni Gaudí devised, including his Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. If you plan to sleep in Barcelona’s Eixample, we recommend that you continue reading in order to get the idea of what you can find in this neighborhood in what accommodation.