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Barcelona is a storybook city, boasting a narrative woven with rich cultural heritage, a vibrant art scene, and delicious foodie hotspots and, of course, the grand architectural masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi. Throughout the city there are pockets of whimsical wonder, compelling history, and rustic, picturesque scenes, each of which hold something different for visitors - whether it's the trendy tapas bars of El Born, the winding alleyways of the Gothic Quarter, or the colourful street performances on La Rambla.
We have a huge variety of apartments in Barcelona, from spacious flats with sea views to smaller, short term rentals. We have every base covered for the perfect holiday, whether you’re looking for boutique apartments in the heart of the Gothic Quarter or cheap studios in the trendy El Born district. Browse through our collection of lodgings to find the best place to stay for your trip
Only apartments has a huge variety of cheap, luxury, cosy Barcelona apartments all over the city and nearby the areas listed above. Our range of Barcelona accommodation is instantly bookable with no need to wait for owner replies.
El Prat Airport is located 12km to the South West of Barcelona with a variety of different transport options connecting it to the city centre. You can take the A1 or A2 bus from the airport to Plaza España and Plaza Cataluña. You can hop in one of the numerous taxis outside the airport, which take between 10 and 15 minutes to reach the centre, or you can opt to take the designated train which travels from the airport to Barcelona Sants Station every half an hour. From there, you are well connected to other parts of the city via the extensive and easy-to-use metro system.
You can also get to Barcelona from other Spanish and French cities via the large and reliable cross-country train services. Most routes terminate at Barcelona Sants, where you can then branch out to other parts of the city via the metro, buses, or taxis.
Getting around Barcelona is a piece of cake. It has large network of metro stations dotted around the city that connect all the major hotspots. Alternatively, there are several bus and tram services running along the Diagonal and to other parts of the city, as well as efficient train networks.
Spend an afternoon at the Parc de la Ciutadella strolling through the lush greenery and stopping for a picnic along the way. Afterwards, explore the old-fishing district of Barceloneta with its authentic atmosphere and wide range of seafood restaurants, and discover the up-and-coming Poble Nou area which boasts an eclectic selection of design-led cafes popular with trendy locals and young Barcelonians. At night, duck into the winding streets of the Gothic Quarter and El Born and enjoy a local glass of cava or two at one of the many rustic cava bars. We provide short term rental apartments around these areas
From quirky guesthouses hidden down the narrow laneways of the Gothic Quarter to opulent hotels set around the port, Barcelona accommodation is every bit as fascinating as the city itself. Whether you’re looking for a short term rental in the middle of all the hustle and bustle, a luxurious holiday home near the beach, or a historic encounter in one of the city’s oldest parts, Barcelona has your back. Just like the thriving food, culture, and art scene in Barcelona, the accommodation options are ahead of the game in terms of design, service, and style.
Barcelona is a bit of an anomaly as it’s one of the only capital cities in Europe that boasts a glorious stretch of beach right next to all the cultural hotspots. It’s the perfect place to soak up the Spanish sun, enjoy a mojito or two whilst watching the sunset, and hang out on a Sunday afternoon with good friends and good food.