Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia in Spain, Europe. The city, Spain's second largest, has a wealth of unique historic architecture and has emerged as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe during the 1990s.

Hotels in Barcelona

Barcelona City Centre Hostal Score 7.625 from 142 reviews
Balmes, 60. Entresuelo. 7.63/10
This property operates a minimum stay policy of 2 nights. ... more
Hotel Cortes Score 7.775 from 871 reviews
Santa Ana, 25 7.78/10
The value-for-money Hotel Cortes boasts an unbeatable location in the heart of Barcelona, by Plaça Catalunya and La Rambla, and practical facilities such as free Wi-Fi and an onsite cash machine. Set in the Gothic Quarter, just 2 minutes’ walk from La Rambla, this hotel offers comfortable, air-conditioned rooms with plenty of natural light. Start your day with a basic breakfast, before heading out to explore Barcelona – the tour desk can provide you with helpful tourist information. Enjoy walking up the elegant Passeig de Gràcia to Gaudí’s spectacular La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, or take the sightseeing bus, which stops minutes from the Hotel Cortes. At night, have a drink at the hotel’s bar and a local dish at the restaurant, and then explore the city’s vibrant nightlife. The Hotel Cortes offers 24-hour front desk, allowing you to enjoy your night to the full. ... more
Bonanova Park Score 7.85 from 327 reviews
Capità Arenas, 51 7.85/10
This modern, airy hotel is located just off Barcelona’s prestigious Avinguda Diagonal, close to the university district and the legendary Camp Nou football stadium. The Bonanova Park offers smart, comfortable accommodation in this important area of the Catalan capital. From here you can easily walk to the Royal Palace of Pedralbes and FC Barcelona’s world-famous stadium. Convenient transport links run to the city centre in less than 15 minutes. Start your day with the buffet breakfast served in the Bonanova Park’s breakfast room. You can then make use of the modern facilities, including the free Wi-Fi service and internet corner. Free daily newspapers are also found in the hotel lobby. Each air-conditioned room comes with state-of-the-art amenities such as satellite TV and free wireless internet access. The decor is clean and modern. ... more
Hostal Les Torres Score 6.2 from 29 reviews
Cami Can Prats s/n 6.2/10
Breakfast is served between 06:00 and 10:00 on weekdays and 07:30 to 11:00 at weekends and public holidays. An à la carte menu and set meals are served from 13:00 to 16:00 and 20:00 to 23:00. ... more
Hotel Santa Marta Score 6.75 from 101 reviews
General Castaños, 14 6.75/10
All rooms were refurbished in August 2006. ... more
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Port Aventura Park 12 hours

Port Aventura Park

With over 30 rides to choose from, you will find just the one for you at Port Aventura Park! If you love heights, high speeds and loops rise to the challenge of the fearsome Dragon Khan rollercoaster which features eight inverted loops! Brave the mighty Stampida, the worlds fastest double-track wooden rollercoaster. Children will love the ups and downs of the Tomahawk rollercoaster, while those who need cooling down will thrill to the breakneck speed of the Tutuki Splash water ride.

You will find a variety of shows everywhere at PortAventura Park. Thrill to exciting adventures at Fort Frenzee in the Far Wes, to the Can Can in the Saloon. Marvel at the exotic dances of Aloha Tahiti and the Birds of Paradise in Polynesia. Relax to the strains of mariachi orchestras in La Cantina Mexicana and discover the mysteries of China in Sol de Oriente.

Meet Woody Woodpecker and his incredible friends! You will find him strolling around the park, sometimes with his inseparable Winnie. They have a niece called, Splinter, and a nephew called Knothead. You may also see Pink Panther with the enigmatic Inspector Clouseau, always close by.

Let's not forget Popeye, the king of spinach, with his one-and-only love Olive. And...always lurking closely behind, the terrible Brutus, trying to steel her love away!

Don't miss the opportunity to laugh with Betty Boop and watch her flirting and waving at everyone she walks by. You may also meet Sami, the intrepid dolphin from the adventure of Sea Odyssey, who takes part in a risky rescue in the depths of the sea. Last but not least, the beloved Shrek, the ogre who together with his friend Donkey will bring a smile to your face.

At the park there are several souvenirs shops and local food from each area. Make sure you ask for a map and the activities program at the front gate when you go in.

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Casa Batlló

Astonishing colourful building that illustrates one way Gaudí wanted to represent naturalism, that is, abstract with a lot of colours, mosaics and themes. Make sure you get to see the inside as well.

address:Passeig de Gràcia 43

Morning Montserrat Tour 5 hours

Morning Montserrat Tour

After driving through picturesque little villages you will arrive at the incomparable setting of the mountain of Montserrat, which rises majestically to 4,051 feet (1,235 meters).

Next visit the Royal Basilica of Montserrat, which holds the famous 12th century Romanesque carving of Virgen Moreneta, the Black Virgin. The Royal Basilica has been one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Spain for hundreds of years. On some days the children's choir sings in the monastery at midday, and so you may be fortunate enough to catch one of their delightful performances.

On your way back to Barcelona you will make a stop at the harbor, where you may choose to visit the Barcelona Aquarium on (entrance fee not included). There is also a variety of restaurants, cafes, shops and cinemas in the area, so you may choose to conclude the tour and stay to explore, otherwise the coach will take you back to the original departure point.

On the day, you can choose to travel to Montserrat by coach or by cog-wheel train. On the cog-wheel train you can take in a breathtaking view over the mountain range of Montserrat, which is both a unique natural environment in its own right and an emblematic site for the country of Catalonia. The cost of the cog-wheel train is approximately EUR5.00 and is subject to availability.

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Sagrada Família

Sagrada Família

This is one of Gaudí’s unfinished masterpieces and pays tribute to the Sagrada family.

La Sagrada Familia the magnificent surreal church is designed by Gaudí. While still unfinished it’s like no other church you’ll ever see: Its design is a combination of a dragon’s cave and a castle made from whipped cream. (You can take an elevator up one of the spires but be prepared to cover your ears—the bell may gong while you’re up there. The view is awe- and vertigo-inspiring.)

type:Churches and Cathedrals
address:C/Mallorca 401
tel:+34 93 207 30 31
openings:Daily opened 9-18 in wintertime and 9-20 in summertime

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