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Destination(s): Barcelona

Las Ramblas

Las Ramblas

  • La Rambla
  • tel:+34 93 368 9700(Tourist Information)
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08002

Whether or not you've been to Barcelona, everyone's heard of Las Ramblas. One of the most renowned walkways in Europe and perhaps the world, this incredible stretch starts at el Colon (Christopher Columbus Statue) by the sea and extends all the way until Plaza Catalunya. Sprinkled with street vendors selling everything from fine jewelry to caged pigeons, the greatest attraction on Las Ramblas is the one of a kind street performers. Depicting the most innovative costumes it's possible to stare at a man sitting perfectly still on a toilet for as long as it takes until someone drops a Euro in his bucket and he makes a funny face. Overcrowded and a hot spot for pickpockets and prostitutes, Las Ramblas is still a definite must see if you're coming to Barcelona. read more about Las Ramblas

Jean Leon Winery Tour

Jean Leon Winery Tour

  • Cami de Mas Rovira
  • tel:+34 93 899 5512
  • Visit website
  • Torrelavit, 08775
Barcelona By Night Panoramic City Tour

Barcelona By Night Panoramic City Tour

  • Various Venues
  • tel:+34 93 285 3834 (tourist information)
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08002
Hotel Arts

Hotel Arts

  • Carrer de la Marina 19-21
  • tel:800/241-3333 in the U.S
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08005
Soho Hotel

Soho Hotel

  • Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes, 543-545
  • Gran Via De Les Corts Catalanes 543-545
  • tel:2.15983
  • Barcelona, Spain
Plaça Espanya

Plaça Espanya

  • avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina
  • Barcelona, 08034

Situated at the foot of Montjuic, in the distric of Sants-Montjuic, lies Placa Espanya. One of Barcelona's most well known squares and designed by one of Gaudi's disciples, Placa Espanya is a great place to visit not only for its famous 'magic fountain' performance, but because of its close proximity to almost everything. It's just a short walk from the up and coming barrio, Poble Sec and is also walking distance to cool sites such as the National Art Museum of Catalonia, one of Spain's finest. Originally built in 1929 to be used for the Universal Exposition, today Placa Espanya is used by the public for all types of gatherings and events. read more about Plaça Espanya

Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc

Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc

  • passeig Olímpic 17
  • Parc de Montjuïc
  • tel:+34 93 292 7700
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08038

Home to some of the greatest football matches, rock concerts, festivals and most importantly, the main attraction for the 1992 Summer Olympics, Estadi Olympic de Montjuic (Olympic Stadium), has become a center piece for Barcelona events. With a capacity of 56, 000, Olympic Stadium has played host to RCD Espanyol since 1998, the Barcelona Dragons American Football Team and has seen rock icons such as Bruce Springstein, The Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Guns n' Roses, Madonna and Bon Jovi grace its stage. Even if you're not in town for a specific concert or event, it's worth just passing by this monstrous building which is located in the Anella Olimpica on Montjuic, as the view overlooks the harbour and is quite spectacular. read more about Estadi Olímpic de Montjuďc

Tapas Evening Walking Tour of Barcelona

Tapas Evening Walking Tour of Barcelona

Salero

Salero

  • carrer del Rec 60
  • tel:34 93 319 8022
  • Barcelona, 08003
Moo Restaurant

Moo Restaurant

  • Carrer de Roselló 265
  • Hotel Omm
  • tel:34 93 445 4000 (Hotel)
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08008
Passeig de Gràcia

Passeig de Gràcia

  • passeig de Gràcia
  • Barcelona, 08007

The Champs-Elysees of Barcelona, Passeig de Gracia is the best place to go to do a little shopping, enjoy some entertaining people watching while sipping a café on an outdoor patio, or just a great place to stroll up from Placa Catalunya and into the Gracia neighbourhood. Showcasing popular names and brands such as, Louis Vitton, Gucci, Armand Bassi as well as trendy Spanish stores like Zara and Mango, Passeig de Gracia is one of Barcelona's chicest streets. Full of wide sidewalks, interesting people and tasty restaurants and tapas bars, Passeig de Gracia always has an energetic and exciting buzz. It is also one of the most easily accessible streets, as it's in the center of the city and has direct connection to most of the metro lines including the yellow and green lines. If you want to shop in 'peace' try to come during the week, as weekends are packed. read more about Passeig de Grŕcia

Teatre Apolo

Teatre Apolo

  • Avinguda del Paral·lel 59
  • tel:34 93 441 9007
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08004
Magic Fountain

Magic Fountain

  • avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08004

After a long day of museums, let loose at the magic Fonts. Feel like a kid again with the excitement of the colorful fountain show set from the Plaça de Espanya to the MNAC museum. Imagining the fountains' plumbing system below is mind boggling, not to mention counting the over four thousand light fixtures used to create the magic. While the light, water, and music show is flowing, the Art Deco flair of the 1929 fountains is often overlooked. The magic is choreographed to varied musical medleys, and is not to be missed on a warm summer night. Winter shows are on Friday and Saturday nights, and spring and summer shows are from Thursday to Sunday. read more about Magic Fountain

Up and Down

Up and Down

  • calle de Numancia 179
  • tel:34 93 2055194
  • Barcelona, 08034
7 Portes

7 Portes

  • passeig d'Isabel II 14
  • tel:34 93 319 3033
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  • Barcelona, 08003
Museu de l´Eròtica de Barcelona

Museu de l´Eròtica de Barcelona

  • La Rambla 96
  • tel:+34 93 318 9865
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08002
Majestic Hotel

Majestic Hotel

  • Passeig De Gracia, De 68
  • tel:2.16388
  • , Spain

Rooftop pool above, designer boutiques below. This hotel enjoys a prime location on the Passeig de Grŕcia, just two blocks from Gaudí's La Pedrera and Casa Batlló and walking distance to Las Ramblas. All 303 recently redecorated guestrooms feature Mediterranean colors and wireless Internet access. Luxurious rooftop penthouse just added. On the rooftop terrace with panoramic views are a swimming pool and a bar, which leads to a health center with sauna and steam room. read more about Majestic Hotel

Ginger

Ginger

  • carrer de la Palma de Sant Just 1
  • Barri Gòtic
  • tel:34 93 310 5309
  • Barcelona, 08002
El Salón

El Salón

  • carrer de l'Hostal d'en Sol 6-8
  • tel:34 93 315 2159
  • Barcelona, 08002
La Sagrada Família

La Sagrada Família

Parc de la Ciutadella

Parc de la Ciutadella

  • passeig de Pujades
  • Entrances on the Passeig de Picasso and Passeig Pujades
  • Barcelona, 08005
Pla

Pla

  • carrer de Bellafila 5
  • Barri Gotic
  • tel:34 93 412 6552
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08002
Barri Gòtic

Barri Gòtic

  • carrer de Jaume I 14
  • tel:+34 93 368 9730 (tourist information)
  • Visit website
  • Barcelona, 08002

One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Barcelona, the Gotico remains at the heart of Barcelona's downtown district. Both grungy and trendy, this neighbourhood is filled with small nooks and crannies, bars, cool restaurants, niche shops and eclectic jewelers. Just a stone's throw from the Born and the beach, the Gotico is home to Barcelona's magnificent Cathedral which dates back to 14th century. It is also home to Placa Reial, the most well known square for backpackers as it's home to the ever so popular Kabul Hostel. read more about Barri Gňtic