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Exploring Barcelona

A celebration of 2,000 years of history combined with stunning modernity, Barcelona is one of Spain’s favourite visitor destinations. Its highlights include the Ciutat Vella old city and the glorious Art Nouveau heritage buildings in Eixample district as well as Gaudi’s as yet unfinished Basilica Sagrada Familia and other examples of his iconic architectural designs. Nine lovely beaches, traditional Catalonian festivals and cultural events, museums, street markets and a world-class culinary and nightlife scene are all here.

Getting around Barcelona’s central districts with their hundreds of varied attractions is easy via the city’s metro, tourist bus and regular bus and tram services, and driving outside rush hours is a pleasant experience. Accommodation from budget to high-end is scattered all over the city, and you are sure to find something that suits your needs.


Accommodations in Barcelona

There is a range of options for all travellers such as Wifi equipped amenities, gym, fitness centres, and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in Barcelona is the The Wittmore - Adults Only, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended DestinationBCN Apartment Suites in Barcelona as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Barcelona

- Sagrada Familia


Even in its unfinished state after over 100 years of construction, Gaudi’s masterpiece is one of the world’s most spectacular buildings. Its 18 soaring spires represent Jesus, Virgin Mary, the apostles and the evangelists and the incredible complexity of its design displays Gaudi’s genius as an architect way ahead of his time. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, it’s expected to be completed during the next 15 years.


- Las Ramblas


La Rambla is a less than one mile stretch of road connecting Barcelona’s Old Town hearths of El Raval and the Gothic Quarter. This pedestrian boulevard is actually comprised of several different streets which are connected together, which is why it is often referred to as Las Ramblas―its plural Spanish title. The eye-catching boulevard is lined with trees; however, its biggest appeal is the historical sites, entertainment, and shopping attractions here. This bustling street is no stranger to visitors. Since the 15th century, the strip has been a haven for businesses, visitors, and street entertainers.

As tourists walk along the street, plenty of kiosks selling a range of items, including flowers, newspapers, candles, souvenirs, and local snacks, can be found. La Boqueria street market operates at the northern end, while the Center for Santa Monica Art adds a touch of class to La Rambla’s fascinating culture. The Metro train network runs along the length of the boulevard, which makes it easy to access hotels at Las Rambla. Both night and day buses are available, too.


Transportation in Barcelona

Public transport in Barcelona is easy to use and comprehensive, with its Bus Turistic a useful service covering most of the city’s major sites. The inexpensive metro and overground rail service extend across the city, and a historic tram line connects with the funicular railway to the top of Tibidabo mountain. Transfers from the airport to the city are by the Aerobus shuttle service, suburban train or local bus.


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Barcelona travel guides