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Set in a spectacular location along the Mediterranean coast, Barcelona Spain is one of Europe’s most vibrant cities. Famous for its architectural treasures, classic Catalonian cuisine, and warm hospitality, Barcelona welcomes visitors and locals with its inviting culture.
As one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe, visitors have their choice of outstanding accommodations, from top luxury hotels to the best boutique inns and Airbnbs in Barcelona. The colorful capitol of Catalonia offers year-round enjoyment, and there are plenty of fun things to do in Barcelona.
This dynamic city seamlessly blends historic and modern design and is renowned for its stunning architecture. Fans of Antoni Gaudí are drawn to his unique designs situated throughout the city. Park Güell, La Sagrada Familia, and Casa Batlló are impressive – and popular – Gaudí attractions, and Barcelona’s creative culture is intriguing.
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Visitors can explore the Poble Espanyol Museum, ideally set on the mountain of Montjuic overlooking the city, or tour museums dedicated to Spanish artists Pablo Picasso or Joan Miró. Get a unique view of the city on a guided bike tour, or cheer with the locals at an FC Barcelona futbol game.
Barcelona’s Mediterranean climate makes it an ideal city for exploring on foot. Meander through one of the dozens of open-air markets Barcelona is famous for and discover local food specialities, antiques, collectibles, and crafts. Stroll the eclectic, historic neighborhoods, the busy harbor, or the pedestrian-only boulevards, including the famous Las Ramblas.
Whether you’re dreaming of living in Barcelona or enjoying a Barcelona holiday, let LuxuryBarcelona be your exclusive guide to the best cuisine, accommodations, real estate, and activities in this top destination in Spain.
Contributor Mary Noe files a report on Barcelona’s top luxury urban resort: The Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I