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Pros and cons to live in Bercelona

Pros and cons to live in Bercelona
Barcelona is also known as Ciutat Comtal or City of Counts and is the capital of Catalonia which is the second largest city of Spain. Barcelona has a population of about 1,621,537 people; all of different races. Living and working in Barcelona is a good opportunity for everyone because the city has well developed institutions of higher learning as well as modernized manufacturing plants and factories. Barcelonians speak Catalan as their common language. But because of the city’s cultural diversity, you’ll surely expect a lot of people speaking different kinds of language.

Reasons to live in Barcelona
  • Caring for physically disabled people – Barcelona’s Government Utility vehicles and public buildings are specifically designed to accommodate disabled people. They understand the need for hospitable buildings and flexible public utility and transport vehicles. The city’s museums have adapted ways for the visually impaired to enjoy and feel the featured artworks. Barcelona also has hotels without barriers (for wheelchair users) and accessible beaches with sign-language communication system.
  • Affordable and extensive diversity of local and international cuisines – Barcelona’s cuisine offers delicacies which are affordable and are very popular with locals and tourists alike. The good-tasting and savory cuisine comes from the unique mixture of different cultures and endless interblending Barcelona’s races.
  • Good working opportunities – Barcelona’s industrial district has long been one of the leading automobile manufacturing areas for the European market. Former car makers like AFA, Abadal, and Art?s de Arcos once had production and assembly lines in Barcelona. Now, Seat and Nissan have their factories as well as production lines at the city’s industrial district. Barcelona also offers shoppers and tourists with the latest quality, fashionable products.
  • A good place to socialize with family and friends – Barcelona is a tropical country with two of the finest beaches in the world. Sant Sebasti? and Barceloneta beaches are popular and leading beaches in the city. It features an excellent coastline totaling about 4.2 kilometers. Although the waves are not as big as those in Hawaii, the city’s beaches are great contenders if you’re planning to go on a summer vacation.
  • A good place for culture and arts as well as sports – Science, entertainment, culture and arts come together in many of Barcelona’s museums. You can take a glimpse of Egyptian Mummies, Roman Architecture, Spanish relics and contemporary works of art from leading local and international artists as well as popular masterpieces from ancient artists. Barcelona also offers world-class stadiums, baseball fields and a top-notch Formula 1 racing circuit.
  • Home to world-renowned universities – Barcelona is a good place to get a degree in higher education. It has excellent universities like the University of Barcelona and the Polytechnic University of Barcelona. You can also find a network of public schools, from nurseries to high-schools. Barcelona also has other specialized universities where you can specialize in other fields of Sciences.
  • Climate – Barcelona’s climate is typical to that of a tropical country. The hottest months are July and August with an average temperature of 27.75 degrees Celsius. Weather in Barcelona is mild and suitable for residential and industrial purposes.
Reasons not to live in Barcelona
  • Demographic issues - Barcelona is one of the most populated cities of Europe, and it has a current population of around 1,673,075 as of June 1, 2006. Barcelona’s current population density is 15,926 people per square kilometer. This results in an overcrowded living environment especially in the cities.
  • Traffic jams - Almost all of Barcelona’s population owns a car or any other personal transport vehicle. This heavily contributes to the daily traffic jams that occur in the city streets. Rush hour traffic jams are often bumper-to-bumper. This makes travelling in the city difficult and time-consuming.
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What makes Barcelona a good place to live compared to other cities
Barcelona’s lovely beaches, impressive museums and world-class sporting facilities sure make it a great place to live in. Cultural diversity and key location makes it an ideal place for businesses as well as recreational spots. Work opportunities are also considerably high in the city, and educational institutions are also world-class.


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