The City of Barcelona is known for its walkable distances and inter-cultural sites. 

So how to make the most out of your day as a visitor or local?

El Raval, the old city of Barcelona, is the area where you can find culture, entertainment, history.

The purpose of leading a study in the area of El Raval is to reach out to the fastest and most interactive path. Finding the walk will make the most out of the cultural and open spaces sector.





Based on the data gathered from Open Data BCN and importing them to QGIS and then manipulating the data with Grasshopper and rhino. The visualization of centers around Barcelona is clear.
Identifying urban green spaces and parks around the city helped me centralize my Focus to El Raval and the old City of Barcelona.


Shortest Path, Most cultural Path, and the Greenest Path.


By manipulating data and trimming to the area of interest identifying, the proper path from MACBA to Arc de Triumf is visualized.
The three different types of walk have described the color depending on the interest.
The red line visualizes the shortest walk, the green line is for the Greenest walk, and the pink line is for the most attractive walk.



The Walk of Interest is a project of IAAC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed in the Master in City & Technology in 2021/22 by Student: L’Emir Karim Abillama and Faculty: Eugenio Bettucchi and Iacopo Neri