At El Born CCM, between Santa Maria del Mar, the Picasso and the chocolate museums, the Parc de la Ciutadella, discover the neighborhood demolished by Felipe V, between the hottest stores. Parking is very difficult, so let Parkimeter deal with it!
If you are visiting the Born, a modern area surrounded by small medieval streets with small local stores, cafes, bars and restaurants, you will surely be wondering where to park in the Born without so many problems, as this area is usually very busy.
In the Born you can take the opportunity to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, the famous Picasso Museum, and the Center of Culture and Memory El Born, a place that is used for events and has an archaeological part.
On the very popular Paseo del Born you will find a great variety of places to spend a night out in Barcelona, well known also for its good atmosphere.
This area is a bit tricky to park in, as the streets are very narrow and are usually very busy and crowded, which means that parking on the street is difficult.
For this reason, we recommend that you find out in advance about the parking lots in the Born. For example, if you want to park Paseo del Born, the Parking PARKIA El Born Barcelona is an excellent option, as well as the Parking Princesa Blue Land.
Barcelona is a city that you can enjoy very well on foot. If you are already in the center, everything is easier. You can park in the Born and continue walking everywhere. In the worst case you can take the metro or bus, but from Born to Barceloneta, for example, it's only a 15 minutes walk.
The city of Barcelona has regulated parking, this you can see in the parking meters on the streets. The parking lots are divided into zones, green zone and blue zone. They are also payable. So if you are thinking of parking on the street, we advise you to always check the conditions and avoid fines, especially if you want to park in the Born.