Barcelona Package Holidays

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Home to awe-inspiring architecture, stunning scenery and an abundance of cultural attractions, Spain’s second-largest city really does offer something for everyone.

Boasting more than 20 Michelin-starred restaurants, Barcelona is a foodie’s paradise. By the waterfront in La Barceloneta you’ll find simple seafood restaurants, while the best tapas can be found in the Barri Gotic and El Born areas of the charming old town.

It’s with good reason that Barcelona is known as the ‘City of Gaudi’ – you’re almost certain to catch sight of some of the architect’s best designs as you stroll around. Beginning on Passeig de Gracia, you can trace the Gaudi route, starting with Casa Batllo and La Pedrera before arriving at his most famous work of art – the magnificent Sagrada Familia. Finish your tour with a visit to the colourful Parc Guell, one of Gaudi’s best-known accomplishments.

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If you’re looking for gay hotels, Barcelona boasts a dazzling array, from five-star contemporary luxury to classic chic and everything in between.

Located right on the beachfront, the spectacular sail-shaped W Hotel Barcelona offers luxurious accommodation in an avant-garde setting. Designed by world-famous architect Ricardo Bofill, the property houses two pools, a full-service spa and a variety of restaurants, including Bravo24, which boasts a dining terrace with a spectacular sea view.

The Hotel Arts Barcelona is located at the Olympic Port, overlooking Barcelona’s famous beaches. This hotel is just a 20-minute stroll from the centre and offers an outdoor pool and gardens as well as fine dining in its Michelin-starred Enoteca restaurant.

Situated just one metro stop away from the city centre, the Expo Hotel Barcelona offers guests a great location and also features a rooftop pool and terrace affording stunning views over the city.

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One of the best ways to really appreciate the magnificent Sagrada Familia is with an expert guide. As well as gaining fast-track access to the architectural wonder – queues can be long, particularly during the summer – you’ll be rewarded with a fascinating insight into the background of the Sagrada Familia project and the life of the architect, Antoni Gaudi.

An absolute must for football fans is a visit to Camp Nou, the home of FC Barcelona. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the stadium, check out the visiting players’ locker room and even run down the tunnel and on to the pitch, following in the footsteps of international football stars. Hop-on hop-off bus tours are a great way to discover all the top city sights, but if you prefer to make like a local, the Barcelona Card offers access to unlimited public transport.

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