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Organizing your perfect holiday can turn out to be a lot harder than first thought. There’s so much information available on the internet and it can be difficult to be quick enough to get through all the reading material and catch all the latest offers. That’s where can help you out. Venere has properties all over the world, from the most remote and off-the-beaten track village to a hustling and bustling metropolis like Barcelona. We can help you plan a great getaway to sunny Spain. Independent reviews from verified guests means you get an accurate and up-to-date picture of what you can expect from our Barcelona hotels. Use our price and rating filters and choose your accommodation and trip type to make the booking process simple. We’ll also equip you with a list of the top landmarks and tell you what to see and do during your brilliant Barcelona break. All you’ll have left to do is enjoy the sangria, sun and sand in Spain.

What's Barcelona like?

Barcelona is the capital of Spain’s Catalonia and has a population of 1.6 million. This coastal city, which has its roots as a Roman settlement, is full of culture, excitement, Art, fine wining and dining and Spanish soul. Head to the Ciutat Vella (Old City) with its Gothic Quarter to see architectural masterpieces like Gaudi’s as yet unfinished Sagrada Familia church. Other World Heritage Sites include the stunning Palau de la Musica Catalana. See the Roman remains in Plaça del Rei underground and at the cathedral’s La Seu Basilica. The city has seven super beaches, including Barceloneta and Somorrostro – perfect places to catch some sun before you head to a chiringuito (beach bar) for some lunch. This captivating city has excellent galleries and museums, from the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art to Fundació Joan Miró and the Picasso Museum. Visit one of the city’s many parks, like the enchanting Park Güell or the gardens of the imposing Montjuïc fortress overlooking the harbour. Find a terrace bar for sunset drinks before trying the local cuisine. The city has some great seafood restaurants with offerings like paella or, if you’re looking for a snack, try pintxos – the Basque version of tapas. Take in some music or a show before you head back to one of our plush Barcelona hotels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Barcelona

With a typical Mediterranean climate, Barcelona’s weather is one of the highlights. Winters are mild and summers offer warm, dry weather, with the temperature gauge usually hovering around the high twenties. Visit when there’s a festival to get a real taste of Barcelona. Festes de Gracia in August and Sant Jordi are true Catalonian celebrations – don’t count on getting much sleep though! Barcelona has football fever – possibly encouraged by the fact that the city is home to arguably the world’s best football team. Head to Camp Nou, Europe’s biggest stadium, to see FC Barcelona thrash the opposition. While Spanish is widely spoken here, locals appreciate it if you can make an effort with Catalonian phrases. Renting a bike is a fantastic way to see the sights. The city is served by a superb public transport network that includes high-speed rail, buses, airport shuttle, a metro and tram system – so it’s easy to get to any of our Barcelona hotels. The city also welcomes a huge number of tourists through its busy airport and port. Get yourself a useful (and free!) map from a tourism information office or the El Corte Inglés department store. Finally, the city is a pickpocket’s paradise. Leave important belongings like passports locked up at your hotel and stay alert in touristy areas, on public transport and at night.