Enjoy the most original and essential Sant Jordi 2018 with Sata Rent Apartments Barcelona.
If you are thinking about making a break and spending a few days out, Barcelona is your choice, do not hesitate, rent a seasonal apartment and come and enjoy Sant Jordi.
April 23 is a marked date, it is Sant Jordi, a day full of Catalan tradition where books and roses take to the streets in their eagerness to promote culture and love. Barcelona is adorned with book stands everywhere and stands of roses of all colors.
Sata apartments, apartment rentals for Sant Jordi day.
The main meeting point is La Rambla, where writers dedicate and sign their books and florists sell their roses. But not everything is La Rambla, all neighborhoods have their activities and from Apartamentos Sata we would like to make you a participant.
If you are thinking of an apartment for days, weeks or months in Sata Park Guell Area, enter the neighborhood of Gracia:
- Walk through its streets and you will find roses stands of students from different schools who try to collect money for their study trip.
- Come to the Plaza de la Vila de Gracia to the book fair.
- Enter the Lesseps market and enjoy the staging of the Legend of Sant Jordi i el Drac (Saint George and the Dragon)
If you are inclined for a short stay in Sata Sagrada Familia Area, the neighborhood offers you:
- Music in the Old Factory of Estrella Damm, concerts all day.
- Countless stalls of books and roses throughout its streets.
- The Paseo San Juan with its stages
If you decide to rent an apartment in Sata Olimpic Village Area, come to the neighborhood of Ciutat Vella:
- You can buy solidarity roses.
- Visit the town hall accompanied by historical figures.
- Enjoy “Night of the Dragon” in the King’s Square.
Not everything is roses and books, let’s not forget the Dragon, the other great protagonist of the day.
If you have time and you decide to rent an apartment for a season, make the day of Sant Jordi the starting signal in your search for the dragons of Barcelona. Currently there are more than 400 dragons documented in facades, parks, doorknobs, sculptures … throughout Barcelona. Do you dare to find them?