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About Barcelona

Barcelona is distinguished as the seventh most crowded city in the European belt and the largest city facing the Mediterranean Sea, also encircled by the tallest Serra de Collserola mountain range. The strategic location and the landscape itself allure people to book city breaks to Barcelona. Being established as a Roman city, it became the capital city of the Catalonian community of Spain. Since it is situated between both the mountains and the sea, Barcelona maintains a staggering balance in offering a traditional world with an avant-garde modernity. Being Spain's second capital city, it surely knows how to hypnotise a large majority with its world-class museums, designer art galleries, charming restaurants, age-old mansions, baffling alleys, Gothic quarters, famous attractions, sublime commercial hub, thriving culture, enlivening people and a choice of cuisines, like none other. As a thriving and prosperous city of three million people, the city is extremely impossible to comprehend. Even with cheap city breaks to Barcelona, you will only be able to scratch the surface. What captivates first about Barcelona, is the dogged attention that showcases every spectrum of life. Benches and parks are in plentiful and you have to search hard for edifices more than ten stories high. The action never stops, families with babies are a common sight in the ever-flowing traffic. The Barcelonians love to stay up late and the restaurants don't even start filling up until 9 pm. Overall, Barcelona is a highly attractive beach city and one of the greatest ports in the European region.

When to Go ?

Barcelona offers a mild Mediterranean type of climate. The best time to visit Barcelona totally depends on the traveller's priorities and preferences. Before planning a trip to Barcelona, it is advisable to consider several factors, including crowd, climate and celebrations. Some of the city's finest weather can be experienced during late spring and early summer, when the temperature is slightly warm with sunny skies, subtracting the humidity. Much of autumn and winter experience rain in plenty and a cooler climate. Though May is hot, the month of June is perfect for swimming. It's during the summers, when the city attracts a lot of crowd for Barcelona holidays, and it is also the most expensive time in the city. Prices decrease when the crowd gets scanty in September, and again in January and February. Most of the festivals and celebrations take place during summer and spring, when the city flares up with a festive uproar.
 
Barcelona Airports Airports in Barcelona Commonly recognised as Barcelona Airport or Barcelona El Prat International Airport (BCN), this is the key hub for the Catalonian territory, located at a distance of 7.5 miles from downtown Barcelona city. Travellers from the UK are well-catered by frequent low budget flights from London for memorable Barcelona holidays. Facilities at the airport include ATMs, currency exchange counters, VIP lounges, snack bar, food courts, duty-free gift and souvenir shops. The estimated flying time from London to Barcelona is approximately 1 hour, 55 minutes. Passengers coming out from the airport can avail a rented car, taxi, city bus or train services to reach their desired hotel or destination.

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Gastronomical Delights:
Barcelonians love to spend on eating and the city is a global market for food lovers. Thanks to the heavenly quality of passionately-running restaurants, offering an extraordinary menu. The culinary scene in Barcelona is a combination of Spanish, French and Mediterranean lip-smacking cuisine. Right from low cost to high-end rewarding gastronomic dining, guests on cheap Barcelona holidays can either select traditional dishes or a succulent seafood platter right beside the coast. Be sure to order tomato bread and two mouth-watering stews. The famous, Spanish-styled tapas bars are also extremely famous and lively with Basque, Galician and Castilian cuisine on offer. For casual dining and hangouts, there are plenty of international food courts to try out from the several ethnic options in Gracia and Raval, to the upscale haunts towards Eixample locality. 
 
Top Festivals of Barcelona: 
 
1.  Día de los Reyes Magos (Kings' Day) - January
2.  The Calçotada - February
3.  Festa de Sant Medir (Candy Festival) - March 
4.  Feria de abril - April
5.  Formula One in Barcelona - May 
6.  Fiesta de Barceloneta - June
7.  Monegros - July
8.  Circuit Festival Barcelona- August
9.  Fiesta de la Mercè - September 
10. In-Edit Beefeater - October Outdoor 
 
 
Pursuits: 
 
Barcelona is much more than an old Roman town. Visitors coming into the city for city breaks to Barcelona, will surely require guidance and a place to start the city tour. Everyone begins with the Ramblas, a single recommended street that divides the city of Barcelona in half, with El Raval on the west and Barri Gotic towards the east. You can stroll down the lush road sheltered under the trees lined up, admire petite shops and squander time among the human statues. The more enthusiast tourist can walk towards a museum, explore bars and restaurants to enjoy lip-smacking Spanish delights. As fascinating as each of the districts, Barcelona is much more gripping at the top. With stylish tapas bars, best art museums and the fortress of Montjuic, you can figure out an interesting history that shaped this city. If you find all this a bit too much, then you can find enchanting entertainment at the city's harbour, gardens, parks and beaches. Who doesn't enjoy fun and leisure? With holidays to Barcelona, the city offers it all, for every thrill-seeker of every age. Walking among sharks, petting a dolphin and enjoying a roller-coaster ride are among the most loved and enjoyable activities one can experience. With a wide selection of parks and gardens, you can find your piece and peace of mind. With a surface area of 8,000 hectares, the Parc de Collserola and Parc de Montjuic are two famous natural sites that will surely give you the romantic feel and the flavour of a royal garden. Barcelona never disappoints children. Just note this name: Tibidabo and you are guaranteed endless fun, thrill and entertainment. Since kids are attracted to animals, there are over 6,000 adorable animals waiting for your love and affection at the Zoo de Barcelona. With city breaks to Barcelona, enjoy the fun-loving dolphins at the tunnel of L'Aquarium. 
 
Top things to do in Barcelona 
 
1.  See the Museu Picasso for free 
2.  Enjoy the sun and songs on Passeig Maritime 
3.  Find a quiet part of Barcelona’s beach 
4.  Explore the latest design stores and cafes 
5.  Find a bargain at Barcelona’s best flea market 
6.  Explore Sagrada Familia Cathedral 
7.  See a real local market 
8.  See the Roman remains at El Born Cultural Centre 
9.  Explore the multicultural side of Barcelona 
10. Walk along the Passeig de Gracia Barcelona offers an undying and energetic nightlife that one needs to explore and experience once. It may lack the diversity and the edge of few places, but you will find more than you can handle as the sun goes down. With a huge crowd, there isn't one area that offers a stunning nightlife, rather a huge host of neighbourhoods to meet your needs. With Barcelona holidays, a common starting zone for shoppers is none other than Las Ramblas and the smaller streets of the Old Town. In the early evening hours, as the street performers are entertaining the crowd, the local shoppers and international tourists are busy shopping and dining. No doubt, you'll see restaurants and shops spilling over. If Las Ramblas is the starting point, the Gothic Quarter offers a labyrinth of hidden and stylish spots such as Flaherty's and Milk Bar where you can get friendly with the locals and sip some unique and a handsome selection of cocktails. For a more sophisticated piece of nightlife, the El Born is quite pretty and less touristy. Here, you will mostly find people flocking in for a much lesser time after office hours. On cheap Barcelona holidays, do explore Coppelia and Miramelindo, the two favourites and weird hotspots with surprises. Top Nightlife Districts in Barcelona • Las Ramblas • Gothic Quarter • El Born • Raval • Eixample Shopping: If you visit this stunning city with cheap city breaks to Barcelona, especially for shopping, you will have no hurry in leaving the city anytime sooner. Retail thoroughfares are in plentiful in Barcelona. The leading Barcelona Shopping Line is 'shopping route par excellence'. It displays world-class, leading brands from all over the globe. With an awe-inspiring collection of cutting-edge boutiques, shops and shopping arcades, ardent shoppers are offered the latest style and trends, appropriate for young people. La Rambla, Raval and the Ribera neighbourhoods are the city's most crowded and colourful boulevard, with modern and traditional shops. A major craft centre, the Spanish Village and the Poble Espanyol are highly affordable and crammed with people. Barcelona's most iconic landmarks, Modernista Barcelona offers some unique shops. Do not forget to check this out when you travel to this city with holidays to Barcelona. Passeig de Gracia, Avinguda del Portal de l'Angel, Las Ramblas and La Roca Village are a few of the leading shopping districts that offer irresistible shopping with shops like Zara and Bershka. Apart from the high-end branded stores, you can explore flea markets, open air-shops and petite gifts and souvenir merchandise too. El Born is the place to enjoy some vintage shopping with several unusual shops, boutiques and even shops hidden in alleys. If you need some shoes, Carrer de Pellei is the den for you. This street is filled with shoe stores, but you can explore other alluring shops too. To smell well and grab some authentic perfumes, do not miss the largest perfumery Sephora. El Bulevard Rosa is an adorable indoor arcade situated in Passeig de Gracia. With around 100 shops, the indoor arcade specializes in several bewitching boutiques, rare antiques and a multitude of other shops. Most of the shops deal in furnishings, paintings and ornamental items. It's for sure, you can buy a beautiful souvenir to bring home and gift someone.

Essential Info


Barcelona offers a mild Mediterranean type of climate. The best time to visit Barcelona totally depends on the traveller's priorities and preferences. Before planning a trip to Barcelona, it is advisable to consider several factors, including crowd, climate and celebrations. Some of the city's finest weather can be experienced during late spring and early summer, when the temperature is slightly warm with sunny skies, subtracting the humidity. Much of autumn and winter experience rain in plenty and a cooler climate. Though May is hot, the month of June is perfect for swimming. It's during the summers, when the city attracts a lot of crowd for Barcelona holidays, and it is also the most expensive time in the city. Prices decrease when the crowd gets scanty in September, and again in January and February. Most of the festivals and celebrations take place during summer and spring, when the city flares up with a festive uproar. Airports in Barcelona Commonly recognised as Barcelona Airport or Barcelona El Prat International Airport (BCN), this is the key hub for the Catalonian territory, located at a distance of 7.5 miles from downtown Barcelona city. Travellers from the UK are well-catered by frequent low budget flights from London for memorable Barcelona holidays. Facilities at the airport include ATMs, currency exchange counters, VIP lounges, snack bar, food courts, duty-free gift and souvenir shops. The estimated flying time from London to Barcelona is approximately 1 hour, 55 minutes. Passengers coming out from the airport can avail a rented car, taxi, city bus or train services to reach their desired hotel or destination.

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