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Barcelona from Principal B&Bcn

On Avenida Diagonal

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Barcelona is a cosmopolican city on the Mediterranean coast, located in the north-east of Spain. It is the captail of the region of Catalonia.
The city has achieved great international recognition, making it the second-most visited city in Spain.

Barcelona enchants everyone who visits, with its combination of beach, mountains, great weather, culinary riches, shopping, architecture and culture. Business and leisure travellers are equally at home in this magnificent city.

Barcelona is scattered with buildings designed by Gaudí, the architect who set the standard for Catalan modernism.
But not everything in Barcelona is modernist. Fans of medieval and Roman architecture will also find plenty of spots to captivate them.
Masterpieces like the Sagrada Família, la Pedrera, Casa Batlló and Parc Güell are must-sees for anyone who wants to spend a few unforgettable days in Barcelona. You can also wander round the Ramblas, the Born neighbourhood or the Gothic Quarter, go for a walk along Avenida Diagonal (where we are located), go shopping on Passeig de Gràcia or visit the Camp Nou (Barça’s multi-sports complex), Poble Espanyol, the Picasso Museum or the Cathedral.
If you’re travelling as a family, don’t miss the Port and a visit to the Aquarium.
Because, as James Michener rightly said: “Barcelona is a city full of life and surprises”.
Discover Barcelona and its surprises!

Barcelona is a cosmopolican city on the Mediterranean coast, located in the north-east of Spain. It is the captail of the region of Catalonia.
The city has achieved great international recognition, making it the second-most visited city in Spain.

Barcelona enchants everyone who visits, with its combination of beach, mountains, great weather, culinary riches, shopping, architecture and culture. Business and leisure travellers are equally at home in this magnificent city.

Barcelona is scattered with buildings designed by Gaudí, the architect who set the standard for Catalan modernism.
But not everything in Barcelona is modernist. Fans of medieval and Roman architecture will also find plenty of spots to captivate them.

Masterpieces like the Sagrada Família, la Pedrera, Casa Batlló and Parc Güell are must-sees for anyone who wants to spend a few unforgettable days in Barcelona. You can also wander round the Ramblas, the Born neighbourhood or the Gothic Quarter, go for a walk along Avenida Diagonal (where we are located), go shopping on Passeig de Gràcia or visit the Camp Nou (Barça’s multi-sports complex), Poble Espanyol, the Picasso Museum or the Cathedral.
If you’re travelling as a family, don’t miss the Port and a visit to the Aquarium.
Because, as James Michener rightly said: “Barcelona is a city full of life and surprises”.
Discover Barcelona and its surprises!

Sagrada Família Basilica

By foot

28 min.

By car

12 min.

Public

18 min.

Plaça de Catalunya

By foot

23 min.

By car

9 min.

Public

11 min.

La Rambla​

By foot

29 min.

By car

13 min.

Public

20 min.

Camp Nou

By foot

40 min.

By car

17 min.

Public

22 min.

La Pedrera

By foot

13 min.

By car

9 min.

Public

12 min.

Casa Batllo

By foot

16 min.

By car

8 min.

Public

12 min.

Acuarium

By foot

48 min.

By car

16 min.

Public

33 min.

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