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Popular Barcelona Hotels

Hotel Actual

  Rossello 238

  Score from 250 reviews: Great, 8.8

Great location Excellent service Good value


Hotel Ciutat Vella

  Carrer Tallers 66

  Score from 336 reviews: Great, 8.6

Great location Excellent service Clean rooms


Apartment Sata Park Guell Barcelona

  Ronda General Mitre 226

  Score - Unavailable at this time

 


Casa Camper Hotel Barcelona

  Carrer Elisabets 11

  Score from 431 reviews: Fantastic, 9.3

Spacious showers Very trendy Big balcony


    Hotel Regina Barcelona

  C/ Bergara, 4

  Score from 1,385 reviews: Great, 8.7

Comfortable room Free internet Fast check-in


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Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, it is the second largest city in Spain and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The population in Barcelona is close to 2 million residents

Below you can find  a list of places of interest in Barcelona:

Sagrada Família - The Sagrada Família, Antoni Gaudí's church is one of Barcelona's most popular attractions in Barcelona. The church has 3 doorways which represent Faith, Hope and Charity. The temple is not finished yet and is is still worked out.

Casa Batlló - The colorful Casa Batlló, is one of Gaudí's creations in Barcelona. Casa Batllo was built for the private residence of a wealthy textile industrialist, Joseph Batllo.  Its unique interior is much as the beautiful exterior. The Casa is open to visitors.

La Seu Cathedral - In the center of the Gothic district, you can find  the city's Gothic cathedral, known as La Seu. Constructions started  in the 13th century, but it continued until the early 20th century before the cathedral was fully completed.

Parc Güell - Parc Güell is one of the world's most fascinating parks. There are fantastic pavilions, stairways, columned halls and a plaza decorated with beautiful  mosaic work.

La Rambla - La Rambla is the most famous street in Barcelona. The wide boulevard goes from the Plaça de Catalunya, up to the city's waterfront. There are many street performers and goods  for sale, as well as lots of restaurants and snack bars.

Poble Espanyol - The Spanish Village was built for the 1929 International Exhibition in Barcelona. The main purpose was to provide visitors with a sample of  the Spanish architecture.

Parc de la Ciutadella - The Parc de la Ciutadella is the central park of Barcelona. In the park you can find large fountain, several museums a zoo and a lake.

Casa Milà -  Casa Milà, is known as La Pedrera which is the largest civil building designed by Antoni Gaudí. The building is still accommodating some residence but there is a special exhibition  in the attic of the Casa Mila, which includes models of all Gaudi’s projects.

Palau Nacional - The Palau Nacional  was built for the International Exhibition of 1929. The building is now serving as the National Art Museum of Catalonia.

Columbus Monument - The Christoffel Columbus Monument was built in 1888 The monument contains a statue of Columbus standing on a tall column.

Other places that can be visited are: Montjuïc, Magic Fountain, Plaça de Catalunya, Arc de Triomf, Arenas de Barcelona, Plaça d'Espanya, Torre Agbar, La Boqueria, Port Vell, Parc Joan Miró, Barcelona Fish, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya