Visit the Eixample of Barcelona- The Eixample district is one of the most famous districts of Barcelona, located in the city center of the Catalan capital, Spain. It is a large commercial and residential area. With its intersection of perpendicular avenues, it illustrates a new vision of the city...More
Las Ramblas Barcelona. It is the busiest street in the city. It is divided into five sections: Rambla de Canaletes, Rambla dels Estudis - Rambla de Sant Josep - Rambla des Caputxins - Rambla de Santa Mónica. It is the meeting place for all the inhabitants of Barcelona. Stroll under the plane trees, admire the street artists, look at the living statues. A typical moment.More
Tour of the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona city centre.
Visit the Gothic Quarter, the "Barrio Gótico", the medieval centre of Barcelona. A real labyrinth! Around the Cathedral, get lost in the narrow streets. Discover the oldest antique shops, candle shops, umbrella shops, and other famous pastry shops. It is here, just a stone's throw away, that the most important historical events in the history of the Catalan capital were played out.More
How to visit the El Born district in Barcelona? El Born is both very fashionable and very authentic. Violin makers, glass masters, boot makers and trendy designers live side by side. Don't hesitate to take a walk through the dark streets to breathe in the old Barcelona. Steeped in history and a witness to the commercial prosperity of the 13th century, El Born, together with the Barrio Gótico, forms Barcelona's historic old town.More
Visit El Raval in Barcelona. El Raval is a very diverse district and the most multicultural in Barcelona. It is known for its lively nightlife, contemporary art galleries, museums (including the MACBA - Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona), bars, restaurants and stores.More
La Barceloneta is the "little Barcelona", the traditional neighborhood of sailors and fishermen. Today it is one of the most touristic areas of Barcelona with its beaches and its numerous outdoor activities, but also its fish restaurants, its trendy bars, its stores and many hotels.More
How to visit the Port of Barcelona? In 1992, with the Olympic Games, Barcelona opened up to the sea and brought about urban changes. From then on, Barcelona's marina also included the cargo port and the cruise ship port. The America's Cup 2024 will also profoundly transform this area. A neighbourhood in constant change.More
How to visit Montjuïc in Barcelona? Montjuïc is a mountain in the city. A real breath of fresh air. From all sides, you have access to a magnificent view of Barcelona. Among the places to visit: the Montjuïc castle, the Palau Nacional, also known as MNAC, the Poble Espanyol, the Magic Fountain, the Olympic Stadium, the Palau Sant Jordi or the Joan Miró Foundation.More
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The ideal hotel for your stay
Whether you are looking for a family or a business stay or just for a weekend, we have selected for you the best hotels in the city to choose from. All categories at all prices. But also the bargains according to your travel dates. Have a good stay!
Best City Tour: One single ticket, 3 routes and 45 stops!
Discover city sightseeing at your own pace with our selection of Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour tickets. An extraordinary and economic way to make the first connection with main tourist attractions.
Unlimited access to public transport
Enjoy unlimited access from 48 to 120 hours to Barcelona's public transport: Metro, bus (TMB), urban railway (FGC, Zone 1), Montjuïc funicular, tram (TRAM), regional railway (Rodalies de Cataluny) + 1 round trip from the airport to the city center. Only excluding NitBus, Aerobus & hop-on hop-off.