Visit All The World offers beautiful apartments in the neighborhood of the Vall d’Hebron, which is part of Barcelona’s Horta-Guinardó district. The area is a housing estate, built in 1953 it was designed to provide a city garden for the. After the Barcelona Olympics in 1992 the area saw the construction of sports facilities such as Municipal Tennis Center, Ball Hall, the Municipal Sports Centre, swimming pool, football and rugby. At the bottom of Vall d’Hebron you will see the neighborhoods cultural facilities such as the Pavilion of the Republic, where the International Centre for Historical Studies is located. The beautiful sculpture “The Match” was installed to the area for the Olympics as a symbol of the city today. If you’re looking for a quiet stay close to Barcelona’s sporting amenities, our luxury apartments in the Vall d’Hebron district of Barcelona are what you are looking for. See our list of apartments in the Vall d’Hebron and find the one that best suits your needs!