In this regard, bear in mind that in 2020 Barcelona ranked among the Top Ten cities in the world to live in. Specifically, it stood at seventh in the Expat City Ranking, which determines the cities with the best conditions for ensuring their inhabitants’ quality of life.
This list takes into account aspects such as the quality of city life, the economy, housing and job opportunities. On this demanding scale Barcelona achieved excellent ratings in areas such as climate, public transport and access to healthcare, among many others.
As for other rankings, the 2021 World’s Best Cities report is full of admiration, too. This list, drawn up by Resonance Consultancy, regards the Catalan capital as the eighth best city in the world to live and work in, behind only London, New York, Paris, Moscow, Tokyo, Dubai and Singapore. None too shabby.
But it isn’t just the capital city that excels, but also the entire province of Barcelona, with small cities such as Badalona and Vilanova i la Geltrú in great demand.
Although we’re all familiar with Barcelona’s landmarks, it never does any harm to take a brief look at the magnificent sights in the Catalan province:
Barcelona occupies a pre-eminent place in the portfolio of Kronos Homes, thanks to our residential developments designed by major architecture studios and situated in superb locations around the province.
Without going into any great detail, these are the most outstanding features of the new properties we’re promoting in Barcelona:
So, if you’re interested in learning a little more about new housing in Barcelona, we urge you to view our projects and large residential developments such as H2O and Blue, where you’ll surely find the home you’ve always dreamt of.