The capital of Catalonia is 80 kilometres away from the hotel. Barcelona stands out for the diversity of its districts, its lively and vibrant culture and the uniqueness of its architecture.
A walkabout through the Passeig de Gracia is enough to soak up the gist of the modernist constructions, such as the houses Lleó Morera, Amatller, Batlló and the famous Pedrera. But, undoubtedly, the indispensable monument of Barcelona is the Sagrada Familia Cathedrla. This unfinished work of Gaudi surprise visitors with its original architecture and its singular ornamentations.
The rich heritage of Barcelona is also embodied in the Gothic Quarter, where you can visit the Cathedral, the Plaça Nova, the rests of a roman wall, the City Council, the regional government (Generalitat) and the impressive basilica of Santa María del Mar.
Gastronomy lovers should visit La Rambla and the market of San José, also known as La Boquería, with a surface of more than 2.500 square metres and all kind of fresh products.
The mountain of Monjuïc, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, the Olimpic Ring or the stadium Palu Sant Jordi are other places that you should visit when you will come to Barcelona.