Barcelona is Spain's most exciting and diverse city.
It would be (almost) a criminal offense to visit Barcelona and not take a look at its art and architecture, from the incredible Gaudi pieces, such as the Sagrada Familia Cathedral and the beautiful mosaic designs in Parc Guell, through to the Picasso Museum, which display some of his greatest works. Meanwhile, other top activities include exploring the city's varied quarters such as the enigmatic Gothic quarter and the winding alleys of El Born, relaxing on Barceloneta beach and tapas-bar-hopping to your heart's content. The city is also known for its amazing nightlife, with many clubs not kicking off until around 2 am, so be sure to take a Spanish-style siesta to help you power through.
The most popular area for tourists to stay in is on La Rambla, which is a large, leafy street that runs through the heart of Barcelona to the port. It's near many of the top sights and historic quarters and has great access to the metro. If you want a more local experience, stay in La Raval, which has cheaper accommodations options and isn't overrun with tourists. It's just a short walk away from La Rambla and also has great access to public transportation.
The best time to visit Barcelona is in the spring (April-May) or the autumn (September-October). During the summer months (July-August) the city is hot and packed with tourists.
The Spanish city and Catalonia capital, Barcelona, is the perfect city for anyone looking for the ideal blend of beach, culture, history, art, and nightlife. Perched in the northeast corner of Spain, on the Mediterranean coast, Barcelona has long been one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the world.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Barcelona. The hottest month in Barcelona is May, when temperatures peak at 90 ˚F. The coolest month is January, when temperatures drop to 36 ˚F. The wettest month in Barcelona is September with 10.01 inches of rain, while the driest month is November with 0.04 inches of rain.
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At AllTheRooms.com we have rentals from all of your favorite providers - Airbnb, Agoda, Priceline and many more. Barcelona has 1,784 hotels, vacation rentals and other unique places to stay, with prices to suit careful travellers, extravagant travelers and everything in between. A trip to Barcelona can be affordable - our lowest price accommodation is available at $11 per night. In general, an accommodation in Barcelona will cost you $212 per night.
If you have to have an internet connection during your stay in Barcelona, then you can choose from over 104 accommodations that have WiFi internet. 15 places to stay include a breakfast. Fitness addicts can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 9 accommodations that have gyms. If you are driving to Barcelona, you'll want to pick from 100 places to stay that provide parking. We have 52 places to stay that have a pool or jacuzzi.
Those traveling with a dog, cat or some other animal can stay in one of 45 accommodations that are designated as pet-friendly.
482 of the rentals in Barcelona have been reviewed by previous guests. They rated 65% as great. 343 accommodations allow instant booking.