Hotel Deals in Barcelona

Hotel Deals in Barcelona

Hotel Deals in Barcelona:

Big deals in Barcelona! Rates start at $66! Book by 2/1/13, Travel by 2/1/13

Barcelona is most famous for the fantastical architecture of Antonio Gaudí, whose buildings are scattered all around the centre of the city. The most famous and impressive can be seen along Passieg de Gràcia where you will find La Pedrera and Casa Batlló . Or, head to the Parc Güell which is a gorgeous park designed by the man himself. However the most impressive of Gaudí’s works is arguably the Sagrada Familia, the huge, still unfinished temple. You can’t fail to be humbled by such an imposing and ambitious project: the detail on the exterior walls is just staggering, but beware, if you are scared of heights don’t be tempted to climb to the top of the turrets.

Top things to do in Barcelona:
-Ramble down colourful La Rambla – One of the most famous boulevards in the world;

-Get up close to Gaudí’s grand designs – Sagrada Familia, Park Güell;

-Hit a high note in concert – visit Razzmatazz and Bikini – the live music venues; concert halls: The Gran Teatre del Liceu, L’Auditori, The Palau de la Música Catalana, Festival Internacional de Jazz de Barcelona;

-Picture the city of Picasso’s youth – visit the Museu Picasso, walk along Calle Reina Christina and Carrer de la Mercè;

-Pick up a platter at a pintxo bar – a popular culinary trend in Barcelona;

-Climb up the magical Montjuïic hill and visit the Pavelló Mies van der Rohe and cultural centre CaixaForum;

-Walk on the arty side – Stroll round the leafy gardens of the Teatre Grec, visit the Fundació Joan Miró museum and the Jardins Laribal;

-Revel in the Raval – explore lower Raval, generally referred to as the Barrio Chino and soak in Barcelona’s literary flavor;

-Wander through Almacenes del Pilar and La Boqueria along La Rambla for the perfects shots;

-Chow down fresh seafood – try Barcelona’s famous oysters at the Botafumeiro in Gràcia, Cal Pep in the Born, and Can Ramonet restaurants;

-Visit the magnificent churches of Barcelona: The Sant Pau del Camp, the basilica of the Santa Maria del Mar, and the Sagrada Familia;

-Marvel at Modernista architecture: Gaudí’s luminous Casa Batlló, the decadent Casa Lleó Morera, the Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, and the shiny Casa Amatller by Puig i Cadafalch, just to name a few;

-Visit the gay heart of the city – Eixample (or Gaixample):  the Madre, Classic, Dandy, and VIP’s clubs;

-Sip a cocktail on a terrace and enjoy the many outdoor bars and cafés: the Bar Kasparo, the Casa Paco, the Bar Colombo, or any cafe along La Rambla;

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