1. Horta-Guinardó is the third largest district in the city after Sants-Montjuïc and Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, and is known for the steepness of its streets, which is due to the hilly landscape in this area of Barcelona.
2. Surrounded by the hills of Collserola, Vall d’Hebron and Riera d’Horta, this area is perhaps more suited for families. The lack of public transport links and entertainment options means that young people tend not to want to live here.
1. Located on a large area of north Barcelona.
2. Sant Andreu consists of mainly apartment blocks that were built in the 1970s, although there are some small, sought-after houses located in central Sant Andreu.
3. There are ample amenities and services for local residents but fall short of a vibrant nightlife that young professional enjoy.