Barcelona Vacation Packages

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Astoria
Astoria
3 out of 5
Paris 203, Barcelona
The price is CA $81 per night from Nov 7 to Nov 7
4.4/5 Excellent! (939 reviews)
"An old hotel in an excellent location. The only thing I can say that would be a negative is the elevators are small, there are 2 and one is out of order. The staff at the desk were very helpful and the severs in the restaurant were just great."

Reviewed on Oct. 18, 2021

Astoria
Hotel Colón Barcelona
Hotel Colón Barcelona
4 out of 5
Avenida Catedral, 7, Barcelona
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $196 per night from Nov 18 to Nov 18
4.6/5 Exceptional! (943 reviews)
"You can't beat the location and cleanliness. Staffs are polite and excellent."

Reviewed on Oct. 17, 2021

Hotel Colón Barcelona
Barceló Sants
Barceló Sants
4 out of 5
Plaza Dels Paisos Catalans S/n, Barcelona
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $105 per night from Nov 20 to Nov 20
4.4/5 Wonderful! (941 reviews)
"Right above the Sants train station and Metro. Also picked up rental car right behind the building. Super convenient, and easy to get to from the airport."

Reviewed on Oct. 17, 2021

Barceló Sants
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Barcelona Beach Vacation

There's nothing like a Barcelona vacation to give yourself a little boost. The soothing sound of rolling surf and the smell of fresh sea air will rejuvenate your mind and body. To be close to the city center on your trip to Barcelona, find a hotel around Barceloneta Beach (just 2 kilometres away). If you plan to stay for a bit, consider booking one of our Barcelona packages. Not only will you be able to save money, you'll also have other amazing beaches around you to explore, like Mar Bella Beach and San Sebastian Beach.

Things You Should Know About Barcelona

  • If you want to stay just a short walk from the water, see what's available at these Barcelona beach hotels. There's sure to be something to suit your style.
  • Many travelers also spend their getaway in apartments around these parts. Unique Rentals - Placa Catalunya and Petit Luxe The Dúplex are a few options that'll make your stay comfortable.
  • Otherwise, let one of our All-Inclusive hotels in Barcelona deal with all the nitty-gritty details. That means more time for you to devote yourself to the pressing task of relaxing.
  • Our Barcelona things to do page is a great place to begin planning your getaway to Barcelona. Once you arrive, strike up a conversation with one of the 1,621,500 locals to discover even more.
  • Save on experiences with our Barcelona vacation deals. With major attractions such as Sagrada Familia to put on your to-do list, this popular destination will keep you busy.

Barcelona Vacation Packages

Spain’s second-largest city is blessed with striking architecture, world-class museums and streets filled with the aromas and rhythms of Catalonia.

The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a beachside metropolis city of 2.5 million residents. The city’s winding streets are lined with tapas bars, and traditional dancers entertain onlookers in the city’s squares. The influence of modernist architect Antoni Gaudi is everywhere, from hillside parks to public buildings.

Forget about driving in Barcelona. Get around on the metro system, bus lines or bicycle. Better still, pack some comfortable shoes this city was made for walking, the nicest way to take in the city’s many sights, sounds and flavors.

Wander the streets of Las Ramblas, in the heart of the city. The main boulevard runs from Placa de Catalunya Square in the north, down to the port. Restaurants, flower stalls and souvenir shops line the footpaths. Street performers entertain families during the day and revelers fill the bars well into the night.

Explore the Gothic District, to the north of Las Ramblas. Here you’ll find the 14th-century Barcelona Cathedral, which houses the remains of the city’s co-patron saint, Eulalia of Barcelona.

Ride a cable car to the top of Montjuic, a commanding hill near the city center, and spend a day exploring the many attractions. Cool off by the Magic Fountain (Font Magica), which stands before the neo-baroque National Palace (Palau National) before enjoying the traditional arts and cuisine of the Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village).

Gaudi’s fanciful buildings are a Barcelona highlight and can be explored in chronological order. Start at his first house, Casa Vicens, before finishing at his final masterpiece, Sagrada Familia. Don’t miss Park Guell, which features a mosaic terrace with views of the city and harbor.

Barcelona is home to more than 50 museums. Discover the childhood drawings of Spain’s greatest artist at the Picasso Museum, then set sail for the Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim) in the historic 14th-century dockyards.

Families are well catered to in Barcelona. Spend a day on the beach with locals, or experience life beneath the waves at the Barcelona Aquarium. In the evening enjoy Catalan music at the Palau de la Musica Catalana, before heading out into streets and plazas to experience the atmosphere of Barcelona in the evening.

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