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The hop on hop off bus tour is a must The place is very clean in general Like most cities there is homelessness but although upsetting to see it did not impact on our trip The catalonians are extremely friendly and speak good English
Barcelona is my favourite place in the world and I have no problem admitted my bias. I've been back 7 times, this time I was in the middle of a trip through Eastern Europe, the cold weather got too much for me so I took a detour to Catalonia. The vibe of the city is so laid back for such a busy and business heavy city. You'll never be bored, I speculate it would be impossible to see everything. But you'll encounter endless famous sites, architecture, markets and foods, shopping and street performers just by walking around the city. La Rambla, Placa de Catalunya and the Gothic Quarter are the main areas of interest, getting lost in the Gothic Quarter is a good way to find nice cafes and food - though as with any city, the further from the centre the lower the price. A trip to Montserrat is also worth it for a little hike and gorgeous views back towards the city. Barcelona also gives the chance to watch one of the worlds best sporting teams, as well as celebrate in any number of Spanish holidays throughout the year. It is Elysium to me.
Weather was nice for early March and plenty of places to visit and explore - circuit Catalonia F1 - Camp Nou - Montserrat - Sagrada familia - Beaches And many more
Fascinating city. Loads to see & do with great food & drink. Hop on hop off buses a great way to see a lot of the sights. Make time in your itinerary to just sit in a park, square, or bar to just watch the world. Cabs very reasonable price & most drivers have a grasp of English. National gallery of art & museum of catalonia brilliant. Practically every little bar & restaurant excellent. Try & eat local dishes as they are so good. Restaurants are fine with lone diners & don't push you to the worst tables. Park guell has long queues to get in & really needs to sort out better ladies facilities so don't miss out on using them.
We had been before so we planned to avoid the busiest attractions. We came in April so the weather wasn't too hot for walking about.We spent one day on the beach,one on Montjuic, an evening in Poble Sec All easy to get to from our neighbourhood - the Raval - so much to see there too- modern and Catalonian art and hidden gems of Gaudi and other architects. Our favourite bar was Muy Buen for modernista style,Catalan food and brilliant cocktail bar staff
I knew almost nothing about the city other than having been aware that it had hosted the summer Olympics. I was pleasantly surprised by the beauty, cleanliness, history and climate. A great vacation destination that I would recommend highly to anyone visiting Catalonia.
Lovely Catalonia style resort not built up, if you want to know how the locals holiday it is a must, near enough to Barcelona to get the bus or train in. Best of both. Loved it.
Badalona is not one of the greatest cities in Catalonia but it has its charm. The Badalona Ramblas offer a nice walk flanked with not too many nice terraces and a view of the sea while "Carrer Del Mar" with its shops can be a very positive experience for the casual shopper. In summer the beach is strip is long, clean and pleasant. There are also a few restaurants that are worth visiting. If not happy with Badalona, a taxi, train, bus or the tube can take you to Barcelona in no time.
Loved Casa Batlló. Park Güell and La Rambla . Beautiful city with some much to see. The Segrada Familia is stunning. There is so much more that we would like to have seen and will certainly go back. There is good food to be had a the Brasserie across the road from Catalonia La Pedrera. Also a great Italian restaurant not far away called Pizeria Eden
I have been visiting Roses for the last 35 years. The beaches are now fabulous the overall the place is beautiful. My family spend many years at the Marina Hotel. We went into the bar to meet my Sister who lives in Catalonia. It was 9.30 in the evening. 6 of us asked for a drink and 2 wanted a cold Sandwich. We were greeted by a sullen rude waitress who informed us the kitchen was closed and we close at 10.00 what is going on with Catalonia and Rosas, it’s a holiday resort with Tourists..... won’t be back to Marina otherwise I love Rosas.
8.7 Fabulous 2,221 reviews
Great location - couple of min walking to the city center. Apartment was as shown on the pictures. Very clean, cleaning done every day. AC in the room (can't imagine staying without). Extremely kind and helpful staff, the receptionist checked us earlier then usual check-in hours, advised on good restaurants, trip planning and recommendation for Catalonia region/ which places to visit. Allowed to use their parking even after check-out as we needed to do some shopping. I would definitely stayed in again. Good value for the money.
9.1 Superb 129 reviews
The manager was on site to welcome us, and recommended sites to see and restaurants to visit, and in her absence the hostess at breakfast was very friendly and helpful. The hotel, whilst quite small, was tastefully decorated and extremely clean and comfortable. The breakfast was ample and varied; We did not experience any other meals. The hotel was wonderfully placed in this most lovely fishing town, with great restaurants and a gorgeous beach. We thoroughly recommend it as a base for touring a lovely part of Catalonia.
8.3 Very good 1,996 reviews
very nice hotel.......the view from the room is breathtaking.....the room itself is quite comfy and big with separate kitchen and huge terrace ......the bed and the pillows were also very comfortable.....the bus to Barcelona is literally 5 mints walk and it comes every 15 minuets and it takes 35 mints to reach plaza Catalonia......I stayed in another 2 hotels during my trip and paid more than this one and those 2 are not even close to compare though they were inside the city of Barcelona.....will highly recommend
8.5 Very good 970 reviews
I asked for a quiet room and I was given a room on an inner court which, while dark, was exactly what I wanted. I particularly appreciated the bathtub. Very hot water. The staff was always friendly and I appreciated their taking time to explain the history and issues of Catalonia. I appreciated having a small fridge. The hotel is in the central district and it is a short walk to the main shopping streets. Likewise the beach and the railway station (the oldest line in Spain) are a few minutes away. Recommended.
8.4 Very good 2,790 reviews
Excellent facilities, simple processes for check in and out as well as for routines. But most of all the staff. Lorena at reception went above and beyond in helping us with travel arrangements after our original plans were disrupted by being delayed by transport blockades held near the French border by Catalonian protesters. I also noticed that the staff in the breakfast room were doing a great job. Loved the decor and design throughout the hotel which was very eye catching.
8.1 Very good 318 reviews
The second time we've been there and we will go again. Great spot. Feels like Switzerland. Classic old hotel - of a kind quite rare in Catalonia. Just the kind of experience you're looking for in the mountains - an authentically Alpine atmosphere. Kids' playroom is excellent, and the staff are really, really great with kids. Our 4yo kid was occupied day and night in a way that he has never been at any other hotel. Very impressive :)
8.3 Very good 1,835 reviews
The room was spacious and well designed. There was a bath that worked well. We had a room three floors up facing the square, where many events and parades of the Santa Tecla festival passed. We enjoyed that. The festival was wonderful, joyful, even for outsiders. The old town was outstanding, the only UNESCO World Heritage site in Catalonia, I understand. I would return to Tarragona.
8.8 Fabulous 616 reviews
Clean apartment, comfortable beds, big terrace, good breakfast and super helpful and friendly staff. Odissea Park exceeded my expectations. We stayed there for 4 nights, used the pool, bar, had good value for money meals, cocktails and smoothies. Highly recommend this place to anyone who is going to venture out to explore Catalonia and doesn't need an all inclusive option.
9.0 Superb 1,431 reviews
Modern, clean hotel with professional staff. Great location 2 blocks from beach, with cafes and shops in close vicinity. Excellent shower water-pressure. Good continental breakfast with eggs, bacon, croissants, cereals, yogurt, fruit, sliced meats & cheeses, Catalonian specialty coffee 8:30-10am. #301, 303, 305 rooms include small balcony with partial ocean views.
9.0 Superb 461 reviews
Clean and nice apartments with well equipped kitchen and a big fridge. The bathroom is very nice as well. Private parking places available. Helpful and friendly staff. The location is quite convenient to travel along Catalonia - a lot of places to visit within an hour and a half drive. Stayed there for a second time.
8.3 Very good 873 reviews
I loved my room. It was quiet and it had a bath tub. The water was very hot. The window gave on to a small courtyard and I loved the sound of the water fountain outside. The wifi was stable - perfect. The hotel is centrally situated and is a perfect base for visiting Lleida, a fascinating city in Catalonia
8.7 Fabulous 787 reviews
A lovely old family run hotel with a beautiful front garden, in a proud Catalonian village. Nice views from the bedroom windows/balcony. A good choice of foods for breakfast. Great position for access to Aiguestortes National Park. We had a fantastic few days here - loved everything.
7.7 Good 622 reviews
Great place to stay in Girona! Building is old but everything is kept in place and clean. You can feel like you are the guest in Catalonia family house :) Shared room is spacey, big kitchen and bathroom, safe locker for your stuff. 10 minutes away from central train station.
9.3 Superb 689 reviews
Comfortable room with good facilities, good choice at breakfast, but missed the tomato 'spread' that you see in Catalonia - it makes an ideal 'base' for a cheese and ham roll if you don't take butter.
8.4 Very good 267 reviews
Tony is amazing host, and Hostal la Lluna is the best hotel we've ever stayed. Every day of our accomodation was excellent! Tony thank you for everything, especially for the unplanned catalonian cuisine masterclass;))
8.4 Very good 867 reviews
I loved the buffet meals which appear the be athentically Spanish yet thoughtfully appealing to those with a less discerning Catalonian palate. The glorious sea-view from our balcony.
7.7 Good 2,397 reviews
Very nice location in Catalonia. Value for Money. Would have been great if there were more vegetarian dishes for Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner.
8.6 Fabulous 464 reviews
Costa Brava itself is v. Beautiful part of Catalonia worth to vist.
8.0 Very good 1,287 reviews
The hotel was very grand excellent all inclusive options food from 11am all the way till 11pm with a big variety too!! Restaurant had loads to choose from rooms nice and clean easy to get beds they are also generous with the amount of alcohol they put in your drinks haha
8.1 Very good 933 reviews
Breakfast was great and everything was clean.