It is one of the most picturesque areas of the city: the original nucleus was the Convent of Saint Mary de Gràcia, of 1626; around it houses and farms arose and the small hamlet began to grow. In 1850 it obtained independence, which it kept for half a century until being annexed by Barcelona.
Today it is a charming area, with lively streets and squares full of bars and cafés. The area has jealously conserved its traditions.
Set on Las Ramblas and next to Plaza Catalunya, the Hotel Continental offers charming rooms with free Wi-Fi and a fridge. A free continental buffet is [...]
These apartments are located in the historic centre of Barcelona, a short walk from the Ramblas. The apartments are equipped with all modern comforts [...]
These modern, air-conditioned apartments are located in central Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter, just 200 metres from Barcelona Cathedral. They feature f [...]
This design hotel has an excellent location in a quiet side street only 20 metres from the famous Las Ramblas. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the [...]
Holiday Inn Express Barcelona City 22@ is situated in the city’s 22@ District, 300 metres from Llacuna Metro Station. This hotel features rooms with [...]
This establishment is housed in a building of great artistic interest, built at the beginning of the 19th century. The building is tranquil and comfo [...]
Set just off Barcelona’s famous Las Ramblas, the Apartments Ciutat Vella offer modern accommodation on a pedestrian street in the Gothic Quarter. La [...]