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Explore Barcelona: top hotel districts
Whether you stay in the city’s famous Gothic Quarter, on the Barceloneta beachfront or in the relaxed bohemian Gràcia district, you’ll have no problem getting around this compact city.
Barri Gòtic’s winding, atmospheric streets run down from the Plaça Catalunya to the sea. Along the way, they take in the Gothic Barcelona Cathedral, the town hall and the city’s old Jewish quarter. In between, you can find museums, shops and a dizzying array of bars. View hotels.
This charming city-centre neighbourhood is dominated by the beautiful Gothic church of Santa Maria del Mar – known as the Cathedral of the Sea. El Born’s quaint streets are lined with small boutiques and stylish bars, and are also home to the Picasso Museum and the Chocolate Museum. View hotels.
Edgy and vibrant, the Raval is alive with cosmopolitan shops and many of Barcelona’s trendiest bars. Have lunch in one of the Arab-inspired pavement cafés along the Rambla del Raval, or watch the cool kids skate in the square outside the imposing MACBA museum of modern art. View hotels.
Once the city’s fishing district, Barceloneta is now renowned for its seafood restaurants and its maze of narrow streets – all of which seem to lead to the sea. The promenade is always packed with people walking, cycling or skating, and in summer you can relax on the sand with a drink from one of Barcelona’s chiringuitos, or beach bars. View hotels.
Originally a separate town, Gràcia still has its own unique identity and is popular with students, families and those in search of a carefree holiday. Spend your days exploring the quiet streets and quirky shops, and your nights at the lively bars and cafés in Gràcia’s tree-lined squares. View hotels.
Vibrant and Colourful Barcelona
Lively and colourful Barcelona faces the Mediterranean Sea and features the world's top city beaches, including Sant Sebastià, Barceloneta and Somorrostro beaches. There is plenty to see and experience in this city of great architecture: the historic Gothic Quarter, the amazing modernist design of Gaudi’s creations and the popular Las Ramblas.
Barcelona is famous for its street performances, colourful markets and great Catalan dining. Easy to explore on foot or using the reliable metro, the city is full of things to do and views to see!
Discover the hidden squares and architectural pearls of Ciutat Vella and visit the locals’ favourite meeting spot, La Plaça Catalunya. Wander the sunny beachfront or watch an FC Barcelona game at Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe.
The city’s most popular food quarter is Barceloneta with plenty of popular restaurants serving seafood and tapas. If it’s shopping you’re after, visit the Grácia and return to the Ciutat Vella for small shops full genuine souvenirs, designer fashion and fresh produce.
Getting to Barcelona is an easy trip from El Prat International, Girona or Reus Airports. Find modern hotels, fancy apartments and cheap hostels on Booking.com, sure to have the perfect accommodation for your holiday!