Les Corts is an affluent residential and business area, dominated by small streets of building blocks and parks. The area is not as high profile as many the more inner or water-side districts, but is still a good choice as a base during a stay in Barcelona. Les Corts has a fair selection of reasonably priced restaurants serving high quality food and is on top considered to be one of the safest and most quiet areas in all of inner Barcelona. Barcelonas excellent public transport means that from Les Corts you can be in the heart of the city in less than 10 minutes. Les Corts is not completely without pastimes though, as one some of the most fashionable shopping areas lie here. An example is the large L’Illa shopping mall which hosts shop of every kind as well as a large El Corte Inglés. Les Corts also hosts a number of upscale stores in and around the Plaça de Francesc Macià. Les Corts’ by far biggest attraction is the football stadium of FC Barcelona, the 99,786 seater giant of Camp Nou, which also is the biggest football stadium in all of Europe. More than just the football stadium, Les Corts also lays ground to the FC Barcelona Museum which is now the most visited museum in all of Catalonia, as well as the FC Barcelona Botiga, which is Nike’s biggest store in the world. Next to these installations is also the FCB basketball and handball team home ground, the Palau Blaugrana.