THE two most expensive streets in Spain are both found up north.
Calle Hernani in San Sebastian and Avenida Pearson in Barcelona fetch the highest asking prices, according to luxury estate agent Engel & Volkers.
A house in San Sebastian’s most exclusive street costs €12,700 per square metre, while a pad in Barca’s top spot fetches €11,500 per square metre.
In third place is Calle Zubieta, again in San Sebastian, with Barcelona’s Paseo de Gracia in fourth.
The best of capital city Madrid’s streets, Calle Serrano, came in sixth overall and fetches €10,000 per square metre.
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