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Barcelona

Holidays to Barcelona are fantastic for people of all ages.
Average Flight Time:
3 hours
Time Difference:
1 hours
Average Temp:
15°C
Currency:
EUR

Barcelona is one of Europe's most popular city break destinations. With a vibrant cafe culture, interesting architecture and even a sandy beach, the capital of Catalonia has lots to offer its visitors. Must-see sights include the colourful buildings by architect Antoni Gaudi and FC Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium. The tourist hub La Ramblas is lined with bars, stalls and street entertainers, while the nearby Gothic Quarter is all winding streets and pretty squares. Out of town, the city's parks offer space to relax and stunning skyline views. With art galleries, great shopping, lively nightlife and a zoo, Barcelona realy does have something for everyone. Regular flights from UK airports take around two hours, meaning this is exciting Spanish city is within easy reach.

We have a great selection of Barcelona holidays to choose from

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Hotel 4 Barcelona
Hotel 4 Barcelona
The recently built Hotel 4 Barcelona really cuts a dash when it comes to style and state of the art facilities. Situated in the 22 technology district, this hotel is in the perfect spot away from the hustle and bustle of central Barcelona.
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Hotel Front Maritim
Hotel Front Maritim
When it comes to location in Barcelona, the GBB Front Maritim Hotel takes prime position. This 4 star hotel enjoys an enviable location directly facing the Nueva Mar Bella Beach and next to the Olympic Port.
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H10 Marina Barcelona
H10 Marina Barcelona
Nestled between the Olympic Marina Harbour and Cuidadela Park is the 4 star H10 Marina Barcelona Hotel. A welcome drink awaits when you check into this contemporary and stylish hotel. The rooftop pool is the real crowd pleaser during the summer months.
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Expo Hotel Barcelona
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Expo Hotel Barcelona
This luxury hotel in Barcelona offers abundant onsite facilities in a contemporary setting. Barcelona Sant railway station is just in front of the hotel, bringing all the attractions of Barcelona within easy reach.
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Villa Emilia
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Villa Emilia
The Hotel Villa Emilia in Barcelona goes all out to impress. From the moment you step into the contemporary lobby and are greeted by friendly staff, you know you are staying somewhere special.
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Jan
9°C
Feb
9°C
Mar
11°C
Apr
13°C
May
16°C
Jun
20°C
Jul
23°C
Aug
23°C
Sep
21°C
Oct
17°C
Nov
12°C
Dec
10°C
Barcelona's great climate is one of the reasons why so many love the city. Spring and autumn are mild, with temperatures ranging from the mid teens to late twenties. The summer months are hot and humid. Winters are cooler, with some rain and cloudy days, but daytime highs still around twelve degrees.
Things to see & do

Shopping, sightseeing, sunbathing there are plenty of things to do on a break in Barcelona. The Metro is a quick, efficient way of getting around the city, but to see it in all its glory, take an opentopped bus tour. Gaudi's signature architecture can be seen at the spectacular Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo and out of town at tranquil Park Guell. Famous art alleries include the Picasso Museum, Joan Miro Institute and Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona. For greenery galore and great city views, climb the Montjuic hill. Sports fans should visit FC Barcelona's Nou Camp Stadium or the Olympic Stadium and its accompanying museum. Children love the city's aquarium and zoo. The new Las Arenas centre is inside the exbullring building and is home to hundreds of shops, restaurants and the Museum of Rock. After exploring the city, there's plenty of space to relax on the Barcelona's golden sandy beach.

Nightlife in Barcelona is vibrant and varied. La Ramblas and the nearby Gothic Quarter are packed with pubs and bars, while Placa Real has big clubs. For a more bohemian vibe, explore the hip bars of El Raval, or visit the area surrounding Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona. For sophisicated nightlife, head to central El Born area, or venture out to Port Olimpic, where you'll find glossy cocktail bars and glamorous clubs.

Food & drink

Barcelona has all the eateries you'd expect from a large city, including fast food joints, gourmet restaurants and eveything in between. Local specialities like sangria, tapas and tortillas are best enjoyed al fresco and many restaurants have terraces or pavement tables. Barcelona's seaside location means the fresh fish and Paella are famously good grab a table at one of Barceloneta's restuarants and dine by the Mediterranean Sea.

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