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If you're searching for a spectacular city break with gorgeous beaches thrown in too, then Barcelona holidays are your best bet. Located on the northeast corner of the Iberian Peninsula and facing the emerald blue Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is undoubtedly one of the most popular cities in Europe - and is best visited during the early summer months of April and May.

 

With mild, cool winters and tepid summers, this buzzing city provides the perfect opportunity to indulge in all kinds of outdoor activities. Barcelona holidays offer incredble architecture, art, culture and atmopshere in its bustling city, while the coast is a favourite with families, couples and friends alike. Tour the vibrant city on a bike, catch a show at the world-famous Liceu Opera House or marvel at Sagrada Familia, the stunning Neo-Gothic church designed by the eccentric Catalan architect, Antoni Gaudi.

 

For those who can’t do without shopping, holidays in Barcelona serve up a tantalizing mix of fashionable boutiques, local markets, high-street brands and secret gems for yout to browse. This Mediterranean gem is also a paradise for food lovers – explore the city's hidden tapas bars and indulge in local, delicious bites and a glass or two of Sangria, you'll find some of the best spots nestled down cobbled streets. Romantic and vibrant, Barcelona holidays are a must for fun-loving couples, families and friends alike.

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Places to go and things to do in Barcelona

History & Culture

History & Culture

This is a city with so many sights you are spoilt for choice. A climb up the steps of Gaudi’s world famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral is a must for your itinerary if you’re after incredible views of the city and its stunning architecture. Park Guell, a short cab ride from the city centre, also affords amazing views right out across to the harbour and is home to outdoor Gaudi sculptures and mosaics. In the evening, stroll down the famous thoroughfare of La Ramblas, stopping at tempting tapas bars en route.

Nightlife

Barcelona has its fair share of glitzy restaurants, local tavernas and colourful tapas bars. Try the Catalan stew, Crema Catalana or pintxo style tapas where various cured meats, local cheeses and more are served on bread. If you’re a night owl, after sunset Barcelona ramps up the volume in its bustling squares, the Barri Gothic and La Ramblas. On the beach you'll find cool, open-air clubs where the scene doesn't get going until after 10pm.

Food & Drink

Barcelona is the home of bite-seized goodies and you cannot return from a trip without trying the tasty tapas. Head to Quimet I Quimet, La Esquincia or El Jabali for magnificent menus full of patatas bravas, tigres and llonganissa sausages as you sip on local wine.

Barcelona Beaches

All of Barcelona’s beaches can be reached from the yellow metro line L4, or it’s a short cycle or walk from Las Ramblas. Out of a whopping 9km stretch of sand you’ll find Blue Flag beaches including La Nova Icaria, Bogatell, La Mar Bella, Llevant beach and more.

Cruise to Costa Dorada

If you’re after a twin-centre holiday, Barcelona boasts the perfect blend of beach and city and just down the coast lies the beautiful Costa Dorada. Spend a few days exploring the buzzing city life and the city's most famous sights before hitting the city beach or taking a train down the coast to the costa and exploring its chilled out towns and villages and beautiful seaside resorts.

Harbour Heaven

Barcelona's lively harbour is a short walk from the shops and street performers of Las Ramblas and offers great waterside views, some high-end restaurants and a shopping mall. It's also one of the many spots in the city where you can hire bikes. Hop on two wheels and cycle straight from the marina boardwalk along the beachfront and to one of the many fantastic beachfront restaurants and bars.

Shopping

It’s not just Zara fans that can fill their boots in Barcelona. This city has it all, so whether you’re looking for a quirky vintage boutique or the latest designer labels you’re sure to spot a staple. The elegant Passeig de Gracia will keep both shoppers and sightseers happy, and Avenida Diagonal is also a mecca for serious shoppers and fashion fans.

Lively La Ramblas

From the street performers to the cafés and shops, La Ramblas is the beating heart of the city and its fun to wander down during the day or evening to soak up the special Barcelona vibes. Barcelona is also home to some of the best food and open-air markets in Europe. La Boqueria, probably Barcelona's most popular food stop, is located off La Ramblas and has tapas restaurants and a buzzing atmosphere among it's plethora of stalls. Pull up a stool at one of the street food tapas bars and enjoy a glass of rioja amid the bustle.

Places to go and things to do in Barcelona

History & Culture

History & Culture


This is a city with so many sights you are spoilt for choice. A climb up the steps of Gaudi’s world famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral is a must for your itinerary if you’re after incredible views of the city and its stunning architecture. Park Guell, a short cab ride from the city centre, also affords amazing views right out across to the harbour and is home to outdoor Gaudi sculptures and mosaics. In the evening, stroll down the famous thoroughfare of La Ramblas, stopping at tempting tapas bars en route.

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Nightlife

Nightlife


Barcelona has its fair share of glitzy restaurants, local tavernas and colourful tapas bars. Try the Catalan stew, Crema Catalana or pintxo style tapas where various cured meats, local cheeses and more are served on bread. If you’re a night owl, after sunset Barcelona ramps up the volume in its bustling squares, the Barri Gothic and La Ramblas. On the beach you'll find cool, open-air clubs where the scene doesn't get going until after 10pm.

Read More
Food & Drink

Food & Drink


Barcelona is the home of bite-seized goodies and you cannot return from a trip without trying the tasty tapas. Head to Quimet I Quimet, La Esquincia or El Jabali for magnificent menus full of patatas bravas, tigres and llonganissa sausages as you sip on local wine.

Read More
Barcelona Beaches

Barcelona Beaches


All of Barcelona’s beaches can be reached from the yellow metro line L4, or it’s a short cycle or walk from Las Ramblas. Out of a whopping 9km stretch of sand you’ll find Blue Flag beaches including La Nova Icaria, Bogatell, La Mar Bella, Llevant beach and more.

Read More
Cruise to Costa Dorada

Cruise to Costa Dorada


If you’re after a twin-centre holiday, Barcelona boasts the perfect blend of beach and city and just down the coast lies the beautiful Costa Dorada. Spend a few days exploring the buzzing city life and the city's most famous sights before hitting the city beach or taking a train down the coast to the costa and exploring its chilled out towns and villages and beautiful seaside resorts.

Read More
Harbour Heaven

Harbour Heaven


Barcelona's lively harbour is a short walk from the shops and street performers of Las Ramblas and offers great waterside views, some high-end restaurants and a shopping mall. It's also one of the many spots in the city where you can hire bikes. Hop on two wheels and cycle straight from the marina boardwalk along the beachfront and to one of the many fantastic beachfront restaurants and bars.

Read More
Shopping

Shopping


It’s not just Zara fans that can fill their boots in Barcelona. This city has it all, so whether you’re looking for a quirky vintage boutique or the latest designer labels you’re sure to spot a staple. The elegant Passeig de Gracia will keep both shoppers and sightseers happy, and Avenida Diagonal is also a mecca for serious shoppers and fashion fans.

Read More
Lively La Ramblas

Lively La Ramblas


From the street performers to the cafés and shops, La Ramblas is the beating heart of the city and its fun to wander down during the day or evening to soak up the special Barcelona vibes. Barcelona is also home to some of the best food and open-air markets in Europe. La Boqueria, probably Barcelona's most popular food stop, is located off La Ramblas and has tapas restaurants and a buzzing atmosphere among it's plethora of stalls. Pull up a stool at one of the street food tapas bars and enjoy a glass of rioja amid the bustle.

Read More
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