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Hotel Brummell is a 20-room boutique hotel located a few steps from the Miró Foundation and The Grec theatre. Guests will benefit from free and unlimited yoga classes. Cool and unpretentious. Friendly staff and great bespoke elements to buy.
Hotel Concordia Barcelona is situated 800 metres from Plaza España and the Fira de Barcelona Exhibition Centre. We are absolutely pleased with the services and the facilities of the hotel!
The stylish Evenia Rocafort is located in central Barcelona, 200 metres from Poble Sec Metro Station. Air-conditioned, soundproofed rooms feature flat-screen TV and free internet access. Ideal location close to main attractions Lots of cafes & restaurants around As for the hotel it...
Situated just 10 minutes walk from the stunning centre of Barcelona, this smart and practical hotel is set in the charming neighbourhood of Poble Sec, at the foot of Montjüic, where you can visit the... Personel, attention, the room, location, it was spotless, the room's terrace was incredible.
Set on Avinguda Parallel, HCC Lugano is 500 metres from Plaza España’s FIRA Exhibition Centre, and the nearby Metro and railway stations. It offers a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi. Size of the room, location close to plaza España and the aerobus and fira.
It was beautiful but we took the red line hop on hop off bus and that was the worst waste of money. That was my one disappointment in Barcelona. There was about a 30 second explanation of what each stop was. When we got to a lookout the bus just roared by so couldn't get a snapshot of the city. When I've gone on hop on hop off in other cities it's been great but the red line was a definite flop - couldn't wait to get off.
It’s nice, marvelous view over Barcelona but a really long journey to get there, long walks. Not suited for real small Kids ,carriages. Plus a lot of vendors and another 15€ to enter it. Rather expensive exhausting trip for a picture. As said stay in Barcelona since a teen (1991) during summer.
The Font màgica de Montjuïc (dancing water fountain) was really nice and is a huge attraction. They do a show approximately Thursday - Saturday nights at 9 pm - 10 pm but check the schedule first as the times vary based on season. This is free and tends to get really crowded. You can watch from near the top by the front of the museum but you will not be able to hear the music or you can find a spot near the fountains for a better experience but there are more crowds.
Amazing mountainous area with several cultural attractions, including the Montjuic Castle, Joan Miro museum, many parks and botanical gardens, very beautiful parks and scenery, including a great ariel view of Barcelona, also has a huge public swimming pool and some cafes for lunch or snack.
would recommend to allocate at least one full day for visiting this are as there are a lot of cool things to see and would highly recommend starting from the art museum and then going up the hill ending with the castle and then going down with the telecabin that leaves you conveniently next to the metro station
Get here early, at least 1.5 hours before the show start and sit either around the edge of the main fountain or on the first setback of steps behind the fountain otherwise you won’t hear the music. Ignore the men selling cocktails and beers around the crowds, you can buy them cheaper from the vendor carts dotted around the plaza! And you don’t know what’s actually in the cocktails...I wouldn’t risk it.