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

Llagotel Score 7.7 from 32 reviews
Anselm Clave, 11 7.7/10
The hotel is located in a peaceful location just kms from the hubbub of the city. ... more
NH Cóndor Score 8 from 61 reviews
Via Augusta, 127 8/10
The hotel belongs to the international chain NH Hotels, one of the most important ones in Spain. The hotels are renowned for their service quality and the attention to details. ... more
Boria Bcn Score 8.15 from 18 reviews
Boria, 24-26 8.15/10
We have taken special care of the decoration in each room in order to make each of them a unique space. Furniture and carpets combine harmoniously with pictures made by young artists. ... more
Las Ramblas Rooms Score 6.5 from 32 reviews
Passeig Sant Joan, 1 6.5/10
The hotel offers double, individual and triple rooms that have either private or shared bathrooms. Some rooms enjoy their own balconies. Double rooms boast queen-size beds. All rooms are thoughtfully decorated with modern furniture and trendy bedding. They also enjoy plenty of natural light. ... more
Acta Splendid Score 8 from 613 reviews
Muntaner, 2 8/10
Acta Splendid boasts great facilities, such as free Wi-Fi and 24-hour reception. It is located by the University, just 5 minutes walk from Las Ramblas and Plaça Catalunya. Rooms at the Acta Splendid are elegant and well-equipped. There is satellite TV and full heating and air conditioning. As well as free Wi-Fi, the hotel offers a free computer in the lobby. Acta Splendid has good security, as the front door is always locked. The Acta Splendid also has on-site, guarded parking, at an extra charge. ... more
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Salvador Dali Day Tour to Figueres and Pubol 8 - 9 hours

Salvador Dali Day Tour to Figueres and Pubol

Admire and witness the works of the brilliant painter Salvador Dali (1904-1989), in two incomparable settings, the house museum castle Gala Dali in Pubol, and the theatre museum in Figueres.

The medieval castle in Pubol was the residence of the painter's wife during the 1970's and the painter's own residence in the 1980's. In 1996, it became the house museum castle Gala Dali where the paintings and drawings which Dali gave to his wife are exhibited. Sculptures of elephants decorate the gardens and a collection of Gala's dresses, furniture and decorative pieces can also be found inside the castle.

After this visit, you will head for Figueres, where the theatre museum of Salvador Dali is situated. It was inaugurated in 1974 and it contains a wide range of works, which describe the artistic trajectory of the genius.

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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

Hot Air Balloon Flight over Catalonia 5 - 6 hours

Hot Air Balloon Flight over Catalonia

A hot air balloon flight from Barcelona is the best way to enjoy the sense of freedom and tranquility of floating through the air as you enjoy outstanding views of Catalonia from heights of up to 3,000 feet.

Only 30 minutes from Barcelona, the flight takes place close to Montseny Natural Park. The take-off site is in Cardedeu (25 miles north of Barcelona and the nearest take-off sight from the city). Floating through the air you can enjoy panoramic views of the Pyrenees, Mediterranean Sea, Montserrat, the massifs of Montseny and sometimes even Barcelona itself.

On landing you will be served a champagne toast and brunch as you are presented with your Flight Certificate.

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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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