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

Apartaments DIRSA Parc Güell Score 8.025 from 77 reviews
Mare de Déu de la Salut, 92 bajos 8.03/10
Apartments accommodate between one and 4 guests. ... more
Silken St. Gervasi Score 8.325 from 311 reviews
Sant Gervasi de Cassoles, 26 8.33/10
Please use the zooming options on the map to find the best way to reach our hotel. ... more
Hotel Casa Camper Score 9.125 from 52 reviews
Elisabets, 11 9.13/10
The hotel has been designed to be environmentally friendly featuring, among other things, a state-of-the-art water recycling system. ... more
Hotel Acta Millenni Score 7.85 from 319 reviews
Ronda Sant Pau, 14 7.85/10
The Acta Millenni is located in the city centre, in the area between the old city, the port and Montjuïc. Las Ramblas is 500 metres away and the nearest Metro station is Paral·lel. ... more
America Barcelona Score 8.025 from 33 reviews
Provenza, 195 8.03/10
Take in the views whilst enjoying a dip in one of the hotel´s 2 rooftop swimming pools. If you feel more active you can head to the gym, or find more relaxation in the sauna. Throughout the hotel you will notice the design blending bright colours with natural light. ... more
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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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Gerona (Girona) Airport to Costa Brava Shared Arrival Transfer 45 - 60 minutes

Gerona (Girona) Airport to Costa Brava Shared Arrival Transfer

Travel from Gerona (Girona) Airport to your Costa Brava Hotel. Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Transfers are available to:

  • Group A - Tossa de Mar, Malgrat de Mar/Santa Susanna or Pineda Calella
  • Group B - Lloret de Mar or Blanes

When making a booking, you will need to advise your flight details and your Costa Brava Hotel details. Your transfer will be confirmed instantaneously and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver.

It's that easy!

Don't forget to book your Gerona (Girona) Airport Departure Transfer, simply type the product code 3042GROHTLAPTS into the Keyword Box.

At time of booking, YOU MUST include the following flight and hotel details in the "Special Requirements" box:

  • Airline
  • Flight Number
  • Departing City / Arrival City
  • Arrival Time
  • Hotel Name
  • Hotel Address

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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

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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