Feb 18, 2019 - Feb 19, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The importance of Barcelona as an internationally renowned urban center extends well beyond its claim as the biggest city on the Mediterranean Sea. Since it was founded by the Romans in the first century, Barcelona has evolved into an important administrative, political and cultural center. Today Barcelona is a popular place for tourists, with a pleasantly warm mix of tropical and coastal climate, easily accessible via the busy harbor, an international airport, and a high-speed rail link that connects to southern France.
Visitors flock to this compelling city for the art, architecture, history, food, international sporting events, and annual festivals. The city is home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, whole neighborhoods of ancient and medieval buildings, significant historic places, and breathtaking scenery.
Barcelona is big enough to have every kind of accommodation available, from hostels to resorts, and at very affordable prices considering how popular the city is throughout the year. The region has a reputation for creative architecture, and you can see that firsthand when you choose your abode. The following are a few uncommon types of hotels that you can only find here, in keeping with the Art Nouveau ambiance that pervades the city.
Barcelona have a piece of everything. something for all. I like this city and I go here once a year to visit friends and enjoy the Barcelona pulse
Amazing city! Have been here twice since 2017. It is absolutely mesmerizing and such an awesome ambiance and array of different art styles. Would recommend for any younger persons or families to go to!
Really nice atmosphere, the beach and the city. Really nice place to go during summer
I've been to Barcelona a few times and grew to appreciate the city more on repeat visits. The architecture of the city is gorgeous and inspiring and it brings me a lot of joy just strolling around here. I adore Gaudi's work and if you're a fan, you must visit the city! Don't miss visiting Sagrada Familia, which we only saw from the outside the first time we visited, but you must go in! It's amazing! I prefer other areas of Spain more for their food and people, but the buildings here are simply the best. Plus, some locals can be uptight and rude if you speak (or try your best) Spanish; they speak Catalan (but also speak Spanish), so just be aware.