This represents the religious and civic heart of the city and is a few blocks north east of the Rambla, between that and the Laietana road. On the Roman foundations of “Barcino” the medieval city arose: it doesn’t therefore contain only the remains of the Roman city, but also the architectural masterpieces of medieval Barcelona. A great number of shops, bars, restaurants and business centres make of this part of the city an area full of life until late at night.
One must visit the Catedral, built between 1298 and 1459 in the highest point of the old city. Here, in Roman times, there was temple dedicated to Augustus; it remained incomplete, the neo-gothic façade being of 1887.
Situated in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, Hotel Catalonia Port has a modern gym and a sun terrace with a small seasonal outdoor pool. Each air-conditi [...]
These apartments are located in the residential neighbourhood of Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, only 10 minutes from Plaça Catalunya. The apartment hotel com [...]
Casa con Estilo B&B is set in an early 20th-century building, in Barcelona’s elegant Sant Gervasi District. It is 50 metres from El Putxet Train sta [...]
These modern, air-conditioned apartments are located in central Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, just 200 metres from Barcelona Cathedral. They feature f [...]
Located 50 metres from Las Ramblas and opposite Gaudí’s Palau Güell, Happy Apartments offers free Wi-Fi. Set in Barcelona’s Raval District, it f [...]
A 5-minute walk from Diagonal and Fontana Metro stations, Hcristina is set in Barcelona’s bohemian Gràcia district. It features a 24-hour reception [...]
These stylish apartments are located in the centre of Barcelona’s fashionable Born area, just 50 metres from Santa Maria del Mar. They have free Wi- [...]