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A city with endless culture, a flair for design and life’s most delectable pleasures, Barcelona may just be the ultimate city break. From Roman ruins and Gothic spires, to the famous flowing masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi - the city’s rich architectural landscape is only the start. Enjoy espresso-fueled boutique shopping, Catalonian cuisine al fresco, first rate museums, and a nightlife scene too sizzling to be reckoned with. And when Barcelona’s city buzz leaves you needing a little respite, there’s always the beach to retreat to.

Things to see

The heart of the city, Placa de Catalunya is where the old city and 19th century-built Eixample gently meet. The sprawling square features fountains and an array of sculptures, the most dominant being the monument to Francesc Macia. Leading away from the square is Las Ramblas, a picturesque tree-lined boulevard that splices through the city center. Stretching for over a kilometer, the leafy thoroughfare is known for its pavement cafés, souvenir stalls, fragrant restaurants, and street performers masquerading as statues. One of Las Ramblas’ most unique features is a colorful pavement mosaic by none other than the late Joan Miro, one of Barcelona’s greatest artists. Antoni Gaudi’s grandest architectural marvel and his last project, the Sagrada Familia began construction in 1882, but was never completed. Despite this, the towering Roman Catholic church is still a mesmerizing sight, with its eye-pleasing blend of Art Nouveau and Gothic design elements.

Hotels in Barcelona

Whether you want to go full-service or experience city life in a contemporary rental apartment, the hotels in Barcelona come suited to a huge variety of tastes and budgets. Those with a big budget however can live it up in everything from historic manors and townhouses, to sleek modern hotels, many of which feature swimming pools, fitness centers, and on-site restaurants. The city’s more modest digs aim to please too, providing guests with WiFi and flat-screen TVs, with some being particularly well situated for sightseeing. If you’re after a thriftier stay, there’s no shortage of cheap hotels in Barcelona too – ranging from budget B&Bs to cheerful hostels.

Where to stay

Barcelona’s old town, Ciutat Vella puts you at the historic and cultural heart of the city center. Cutting through the area is the lively and bustling Las Ramblas, with its pedestrianized stretch of shops, restaurants, and impromptu street entertainment. Nearby you’ll find the Gothic Quarter, a labyrinth of narrow streets and medieval buildings, and home to the city’s Roman remains. Eixample is a comparatively newer district to old town, with much of it constructed during the 19th and 20th centuries. Along with some chic shopping, the district boasts some of Gaudi’s finest works, including Casa Mila and Casa Batllo, and the iconic Sagrada Familia.

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