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The stylish Hotel Casa Camper boutique hotel is in central Barcelona, between Las Ramblas and MACBA art gallery. Each room has a separate lounge, and there's a free 24-hour buffet.
Enjoying from an ideal location right opposite the sea in Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, Hotel The Serras is a 5-star hotel with a rooftop infinity pool and a 1-Michelin-starred restaurant.
Providing free WiFi, CoolRooms Maldà offers rooms in Barcelona, 656 feet from La Seu, Cathedral of Barcelona.
Catedral Bas Apartments Barcelona is centrally located, 2 minutes' walk from Barcelona Cathedral and 4 minutes from Plaza Catalunya.
Featuring a rooftop swimming pool, Mercer Hotel Barcelona is in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, within a 10 minute walk of Las Ramblas.
Located on Barcelona’s famous La Rambla, this restored 19th-century building features a rooftop pool with a sun terrace. The elegant rooms include free Wi-Fi and a marble bathroom.
Barcelona very cosmopolitan, people from all over the world, great food, fantastic food market on La Rambla street. Best in the world.
Even though I visited the city in the end of April, not in high season, I still found the central parts too busy. This changes instantly if you "get lost" in the hundreds of small walking streets to the sides of La Rambla - great treasures are hidden there! I was particularly astonished by the balconies :)
We loved Parc Guell where Gaudi's house is. If you like art and architecture then definitely have this on your itinerary, also the Sagrada Familia, although I prefer to see it from a distance to appreciate it's true beauty. The side streets off la Rambla are pleasant to walk through, and there's lots of gothic buildings around.
Walk around the Gothic Quarter for incredible architecture, the wonderful small shops, and the surprising things like the Moto Museum (smal museum dedicated to the history of the Motorcycle) La Barceloneta has some great restaurants, Las Ramblas is great for sitting and people watching!
Food, as with the whole of Spain, is a way of life. Whether enjoying sangria and olives outside a quiet cafe on ramble del poblenou or eating tapas at one of the many bars in La boquieria, you're pretty much surrounded by excellent fresh food. If you're a sea food lover, then you're in for a real treat. La boquieria market just off las ramblas is the place to be. You can't help but be inspired by the wonderful ingredients. You can either buy from the market and take away to cook yourself or as previously mentioned, eat from one of the many tapas bars, such as El quim or Barcentral, they're all amazing. Good food is everywhere in Barcelona. I recommend also you try Bar Mut. I could go on forever. Just go and eat!
Explore the small streets off of Las Ramblas and discover all the unique shops for everything from expensive boutiques, to beautiful antiques and eco-friendly shops.