Pool on the roof! Comfortable and very stylish. The hotel is located in a triangle at the Forum, Puerto Olimpico and Plaza de las Glorias – right in the heart of the Centre of the city and just 10 minutes walk from the beach. The hotel offers a nice gym and have own parking. The hotel has a lovely restaurant and there is always one […]
Modern hotel with a total of 180 rooms, of which the 6 paragraph. is disability furnished double rooms. Here is bright and inviting, and the hotel enjoys a central location, and is located near the beach. The disability furnished double rooms include free internet access, minibar, bathroom with toilet, parquet flooring and adjustable light in the room. A lovely and nice hotel for those who like to […]
This special resort is located in “Sarria” area with very good connection to the city centre and the Ramblas (accessible metro station next to the complex). Here is offered 32 “fully customized” apartments with one or two bedroom (r), living room, kitchen and bathroom. The accommodation options are: * one-bedroom apartment (33M2) – only 1 bed * two-bedroom apartment for […]
4-Star Hotel, located in Calle Sant Pau, in the heart of Barcelona's historic centre, next to La Rambla, Gran Teatre del Liceu, La Boqueria market, Plaza Catalunya, Paseo Colón, Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) , the Cathedral and the Gothic quarter, and countless other sites of interest, that make Barcelona one of Europe's most cosmopolitan […]
Barcelona is the capital of the Spanish region of Catalonia and is located in North-eastern Spain on the Mediterranean Sea. The city has approximately. 1,6 Mio. inhabitants. Barcelona is Spain's second largest city, only surpassed by Madrid. Barcelona is ideal for an exciting and challenging city break. Take a stroll down the always buzzing Rambla, get a great view and view modern art on Montjüic and let yourself be inspired by Gaudi's amazing architecture. Welcome to cataloniernes capital, Barcelona. Barcelona is a city, you just have to experience. Barcelonas bydele Barri Gòtic, the old city of Barcelona is quite amazingly beautiful. Here there are winding alleys and squares with fountains, as well as churches and palaces. In the midst of all this lies Barcelona's great cathedral, as towering high and mighty over the rooftops. There are also many museums, bars and cosy cafés. La Rambla, is Barcelona's most famous street, stretching from Plaça de Catalunya through the old city with direction directly towards the sea. Promenade the stroke was originally a riverbed, But today, it is Barcelona's most tourist thronging boulevard, and a busy pedestrian street. Some see it as pure magic, while others believe, It is a tourist trap. Raval is an area, sandwiched between Avda Paral-lel and La Rambla. Raval means "outside the walls" in Arabic, and all that, who in the past were not welcome in Barri Gòtic, ended up here, for example,. slaughterhouses, brickworks and the hospital. Today is the upper part of the Raval smart and nicely. There are many bars and restaurants. Eixample. Here towering the famous cathedral La Sagrada Famila Cathedral and incomplete by Gaudi and celebrates the transformation, as the district has reviewed, that caused, that it came with a UNESCO World Heritage site. You get to the Eixample via Plaça Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia. This respected shopping boulevard is bordered by Gaudi's streetlights and has often been called the world's most beautiful. Exiamples streets were instituted after a strict grid plan, and why can a tourist easily find your way here. Barceloneta was in the 19th century, an area with his back to the city and focus on the sea. Here there lived fishermen and shipyard work, and working-class accents can be seen to this day. The seafront is bordered by Palm trees, and there is a wonderful sandy beach. Villa Olímpica was built before the Olympic Games in the summer 1992. Originally the district dubbed the Nova Icària, but took the name change, When the games were to begin. Port Olímpic is bordered by a beautiful decked marina, bars and restaurants. Gràcia can be compared with Soho in London. Here there are modest houses alternating with small picturesque squares, and today students, artists and musicians in the area. Gràcia's Bohemian touch to get completely ready expired in august and by greater, festive occasions. So looking for Barcelona's Party voted for this. Otherwise, the greatest tourist magnet Gaudi's Park Güell.
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