SANT ANTONI 1Siamo arrivati in tre per un soggiorno di tre notti. Ci siamo trovati molto bene. Personale gentile. Spiegazioni chiare. Zona tranquilla e facilmente raggiungibile. Nessuna brutta sorpresa. Lo consiglio veramente
AMPLE 1Interest places, confort for a group with two batheroom
SANTA CATERINA2Il rapporto qualità-prezzo è molto buono. Non abbiamo avuto problemi di alcun tipo. La padrona di casa è molto gentile e disponibile e pur parlando solo lo spagnolo ci si è intesi.
CHARMING APTO GOTHIC LAS RAMBLASThis accomodation close to the sea and port, and some of momentous spectacle in Barcelona and the underground too. It is also near from the famous pedastrian area, La Rambla. So location of it is perfect. Inside of the flats is a little bit small, but enough for 2 people(if you go 2of you) for couple of days. The contact person Joaqium is friendly, he communicates well in english.
PLAZA SANT PEREThe location was fantastic. Close to everywhere. Calm and peaceful area. The apartment was cosy and comfortable, The bathroom was fine. Sandra was very helpful. We enjoyed our stay there. Thank you!
portandbeachVery friendly and helpful people! Everything was clean (new equipment). I can definitely recommend it! We enjoyed our stay.
When we talk about complete tourist destinations, Barcelona would be top of that list. The Catalan capital is pure beauty, not only thanks to its excellent weather all year long but also to its architecture, beaches, streets, squares… Renting apartments in Barcelona is a perfect way to discover the city as you would be doing so just like the locals do.[See more]
If there is one name that is synonymous to Barcelona that is the one of the modernist architect Antoni Gaudí, a visionary and a genius that changed the appearance of Barcelona and its buildings, with landmarks such as the Sagrada Familia, Parc Güell, Casa Batlló or Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera. The two last ones are located on the famous Passeig de Gràcia avenue, an avenue escorted by trees and modernist buildings on either side, not only by Gaudí but also by other architects of his time, definitely a must-see. Passeig de Gràcia ends where the most famous avenue in Barcelona starts; the Ramblas, where you can also find the world-famous market of La Boquería. Gastronomy is a huge part of Barcelona thanks to its great Mediterranean cuisine and tapas restaurants that you can find all over the city.
The Ramblas is located in the old town, a district divided into three parts: Raval, Gothic Quarter and Born. Raval stands out for its cosy cafes and bars as well as for its famous contemporary art museum MACBA; the Gothic Quarter for its old medieval streets and the city’s Cathedral whilst Born is famous for being Barcelona’s bohemian corner, one of the best places to find cheap apartments in Barcelona where you can also visit the Picasso Museum. Also, the district of Gràcia in the northern part of the city is also a place to enjoy the true essence of the city outside of the tourist hustle, also the location of the famous Gràcia Festival in the summer.
Barcelona is great to visit all year long but it stands out especially in spring and autumn, when there are less tourists and the weather is milder. Although rain appears spontaneously, it’s still the best time to visit..
You can fly directly to Barcelona-El Prat airport, just a few miles away from the city, or to the nearby Girona and Reus airports, where low-cost airlines fly. The city has a fantastic public transport network, one of the best in Europe, cheap and efficient, with metros, buses and taxis as well as an excellent tourist bus that will take you to all the important landmarks. Buy the combined transport tickets and you’ll save a lot of money during your holidays in Barcelona.
The city is perfect to visit during its festivals, such as La Mercè in September, the aforementioned Gràcia Festival in August or Sant Jordi on April 23rd, as well as important music festivals such as Sonar and Primavera Sound.