Hotels in Barcelona
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Catalonia Portal De L Angel
Barcelona 63 yd from city centre
The hotel is located at the heart of Barcelona, just a few paces from the Plaza de Catalunya. There are numerous shops and...
Barcelona 109 yd from city centre
This city hotel is located in the heart of Barcelona directly near to Plaça Catalunya and to the pedestrianised Las Ramblas....
Barcelona 118 yd from city centre
This hotel is situated close to Plaza Cataluña and Las Ramblas at the heart of Barcelona. Various shopping facilities, bars...
Barcelona 121 yd from city centre
The good-value Hotel Cortes has an ideal location in central Barcelona, next to Plaça Catalunya. It offers bright, air-conditioned...
Barcelona 155 yd from city centre
The hotel is located in the centre of Barcelona, in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, near the cathedral and a few...
Barcelona 167 yd from city centre
Hostal Rembrandt is in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter. It is 2 minutes’ walk from the Ramblas and 5 from Plaza Catalunya....
Serhs Rivoli Rambla
Barcelona 185 yd from city centre
This luxury hotel lies within walking distance of Las Ramblas. Numerous shopping facilities, inviting restaurants and cosy...
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Located on the coast of northeastern Spain, Barcelona is the iconic capital city of the Catalonia region. With a population of more than 1.6 million people, the city is a bustling and busy metropolis that offers a vibrant modern culture and a rich history of legendary architecture and old Catalan tradition. With its world-class food and drink scene, Barcelona is the city for 24-hour party people.
Barcelona has a wealth of budget-friendly accommodation from cheap hotels to an excellent selection of quality hostels. They’re all over the city so you can choose a location close to the nightlife or near the beach.
Neighbourhoods of Barcelona
Some of the must-visit neighbourhoods and areas in Barcelona include the Barceloneta Barrio which is home to the closest beach to the city centre. Las Ramblas presents a wide array of bars and restaurants that provide a vibrant and modern nightlife experience, and the Gothic Quarter is where to experience some of the old, original qualities of the city.
What to see and do in Barcelona
Most of the absolute must-see attractions in Barcelona are all designed by the world famous Antoni Gaudi. These include the iconic La Sagrada Familia, the Park Guell, Casa Mila and the Casa Batllo. Each and every building is stunning and unique.
What to eat in Barcelona
Barcelona has a tradition in rich Catalan cuisine and some of the must try dishes include bombas, a delicious fried ball of meat and mashed potatoes, blistered Padron peppers with sea salt and the signature Spanish omelette filled with onion and potato and served with aioli.
Typical events and festivals in Barcelona
Barcelona is famous for many festivals. Some of the best include a Rio style carnival in February and March, the celebration of the patron saint, Dia de Sant Jordi in April, and an open-air film festival called Gandules that runs throughout August.
How to get around in Barcelona
There is a range of public transport options in Barcelona, from the metro and tram services to regular buses and taxis. Train travel is also extremely popular, and tickets for several options can be booked through our website.
The climate in Barcelona
Barcelona enjoys a traditional Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and hot summers. August is the warmest month, and January the coldest, but tourists should feel free to visit all year round.
More interesting facts and sights in Barcelona
Did you know that the Barcelona beaches are actually artificial? And that the famous Sagrada Familia took longer to build than the Great Pyramids? Among all the incredible architecture, the most visited museum in the city is the FC Barcelona museum.