Sant Antoni, Barcelona
Sant Antoni is a station on line 2 of the Barcelona Metro, opened in 1995. It is located in the Sants-Montjuïc district, under the Ronda de Sant Antoni.Plan to see Sant Antoni and other attractions that appeal to you using our Barcelona day trip planning website .
The station has tracks on either side of an island platform, with a ticket hall at either end of the station. There are a total of three entrances: two to the south, on c/ Sant Antoni Abat and c/Comte d'Urgell, and one to the north, at c/ Villaroel. The station is wheelchair-accessible.
Sant Antoni is widely accepted to be the inspiration to the Wachowski brothers for the Mobil Avenue Train Station program in The Matrix Revolutions. The station in the film is a program created to transfer programs from the real world into the Matrix.
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We often come here to buy fish, vegetables, eggs, meat and other daily food needs. Right now, the market is being renovated so there are provisional tents from where you can buy not just food but clot... more »
Der Bezirk Sant Antoni zeichnet sich durch seine eigene Struktur in geografischer wie auch gesellschaftlicher Art aus. Der Bezirk ist geometrisch angelegt wie Eixample. Rechtwinklige Straßen, die eine... more »The District of Sant Antoni is characterised by its own structure in geographical and even social nature. The district is geometric created as Eixample. Orthogonal roads which provide a good orientation, is testimony to its planned facility. The houses come from a bourgeois marriage, often with the typical decorations of modernism. Here you find the neighborhoods of Barcelona's residents. But due to the proximity, who lives this quarter to the University, many students can be found in the bars and shops of the area. Also Sant Antoni has developed in the course of the last years to the Centre of the gay and lesbian, that always still very hesitant occur. But the scene is visible to the initiates. This is a very pleasant area for aufgeschlossnen tourists. Open, vivacious, cultivated. Excels in a variety of small, fancy and creative restaurants, traditional bakeries and tapas bars and creative shops, the bike shop or tailoring their own fashion, bags, decoration and much more. In addition to the typical Barcelona of tourists, who searches for the normal residents, should a day here spend, look at the beautiful buildings, bus, get a piece of reading, stop in one of the cosy bars and looking for the traditional bakeries and one Eat the Empanada or Xoko Croissant.
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