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This 167-room Barcelona hotel on Avenida Parallel is less than 1 kilometer from the Maritime Museum, La Ramblas and Old Town. The Paralel metro station is in ...
Located in Sants-Montjuic, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Fira Barcelona, National Art Museum of Catalonia, and Magic Fountain of Montjuic. Placa d'Espanya ...
Built in 2004, this chic contemporary hotel lies in Barcelona's popular Golden Triangle district, situated 200 metres from La Rambla and 17 kilometres from the ...
Formerly headquarters of the Philippine Tobacco Company, this stylish hotel is located in the city centre, on Barcelona's famous boulevard, La Rambla, 200 metres ...
Located in La Rambla, this hotel is steps from Teatre Principal, Centre d'Art Santa Monica, and Palau Guell. Barcelona Wax Museum and Placa Reial are also within ...
Hotel Barcelona Princess is next to the Fórum, Barcelona's International Convention Center, a few minutes on foot from the beach. Guests can hop on the subway ...
Located in Dreta de l'Eixample, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Casa Calvet and Arc de Triomf. Palau de la Musica Catalana and Casa Batllo are also ...
Central to business and leisure destinations, this hotel is within five blocks of the Barcelona's Gothic quarter, La Rambla, designer shops, and leading department ...
Situated in Cornella de Llobregat, this hotel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Fira Barcelona and within 6 mi (10 km) of Placa d'Espanya and Camp Nou. Magic Fountain of ...
Millions of visitors from around the world flock to this Spanish’s city’s most famous street each year. Stretching 1.5 km (0.75miles), La Rambla in Barcelona connects the city centre from Placa de Catalunya to Port Vell by the sea.
During peak tourist season, La Rambla buzzes with visitors who come to soak up the lively atmosphere and enjoy street performances, see local and international artisans at work and explore La Rambla and its surrounding network of streets.
Hotels are dotted up and down La Rambla and surrounding blocks. Near and on La Rambla you’ll find large upmarket five star hotels, stunning boutique hotels, hostels and smaller budget hotels. There’s something for all styles and budgets in the lively centre of Barcelona.
Staying in a hotel around La Rambla provides easy access to the city’s excellent public transport system with links to the underground metro network and overground bus system. The city’s famous sightseeing tour stops and starts close to La Rambla giving you great access to Barcelona’s other landmarks. Dining up and down La Rambla is aimed at tourists but venture off the main stretch for authentic Catalan cuisine, which is best enjoyed at the city’s world-famous Bocqueria market. Stay at a hotel by the market and you can enjoy fresh fruit, vegetables, seafood, tapas and cava every day of your stay.
The second largest city in Spain, and capital of Catalonia, Barcelona has some of the best architecture in Europe, along with top museums, gorgeous hotels and authentic streets filled with the all the flavours and rhythms of Catalonia. In this seaside metropolis live 2.5 million people. The streets are full of tapas bars and grand squares where you’ll be entertained by traditional dancers and modern music alike. The influence of the modernist architect Antoni Gaudí can be seen everywhere, in the rolling parks, buildings and monuments.
It won't take long before you run into an example of what sets Barcelona apart. The Modernist movement (Art Nouveau's Iberian manifestation) takes its most spectacular form in the city's fantastic architectural creations, most famously Antonio Gaudi's Sagrada Familia, the gothic cathedral which has been under construction since 1882. Bike it or bus it around to discover the urban tableau. Or, head to Parc Güell for an original and interesting park that offers more than just green space.
The painter Joan Miró another Barcelona native. The Miro Foundation holds the largest collection of his work anywhere. The famed Picasso Museum is also a must, as is the Dalí Museum in nearby Figueres. Take a walk down Las Ramblas, Barcelona's tree-lined thoroughfare, and spend some time with the unique human statues, a surreal form of living art.
Regional differences in Spain are pronounced and Barcelona is fiercely proud of its Catalonian roots. Manifested most obviously by language, the Catalonian identity has a long history that can be traced back to the ninth century. Banned under Franco, the Catalan language now flourishes, and has undergone an astounding resurgence in recent years.
This independent spirit infuses the city with life. From tall castellars (human towers) at festivals to fusion cuisine to rival Paris or New York, Barcelona is a creative and vibrant metropolis with one eye on the Mediterranean and the other looking toward the hills (try the funicular up to Tibidabo hill).
Barcelona comes to life after the sun goes down. The Barri Gótic is Barcelona's oldest section, but it's also home to some of the trendiest bars. Mix with the locals in the La Raval neighborhood, eat tapas at sunset, and go clubbing until dawn. It's all on the agenda in a city where midnight is just the start of the evening.
Your Barcelona city tour can take you to bullfights in the Gothic Quarter, to Europe's biggest football stadium, or to a flamenco show. Come in June for the Sonar Festival and experience electronic music beyond measure. Football fans are sure to love a visit to the Barcelona Stadium and Museum, and you can get your tickets right here with Expedia.
Since hosting the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona has seen revitalization that has never slowed. It's a vibrant mix with new hip addresses and old markets with fresh produce. Its depth and complexity befit the capital of Catalonia and at the break of dawn, it may feel like the capital of the world.
For an alternative seaside destination, you can also check out our selection of hotels in Salou.