Barcelona is simply one of the world's most amazing cities.
Spend an evening meandering about the Gran Teatro del Liceo, an entertainment district encompassing restaurants, theatres, and bars. For history lovers, the Gothic Quarter and the Sagrada Familia (Holy Family Church) provide stunning examples of lovely architecture.
Take a walk about Montjuic Park, visit the Olympic Stadium, the Greek Theatre, or the Picasso and Miro Museums. The Palau de la Musica Catalan – the Palace of Catalan Music – is a stunning music hall, also close by, and was recently inaugurated as a UNESCO World Heritage site
.The works of Gaudi:
Gaudi dreamed of a Barcelona filled with vibrant colours, interestingly shaped stonework, and original design. Today, you will see the fulfilment of Gaudi’s dream throughout the city and within easy walking distance of the hotel. Don’t miss Casa Batlló House, Casa Milà, Sagrada Familia, Parque Guell and Palau Guell to name but a few of these iconic architectural wonders
. The Gothic Quarter & Cathedral:
In the gothic style, the present cathedral was built between the thirteenth and fifteenth centuries on the site of the old Romanesque cathedral, which in turn was built on the site of a Visigoth-era church which had been preceded by an early Christian basilica, the remains of which can be seen in the subsoil; this can be viewed in the Museum of History of the City. Although the imposing façade is in the same style, it is far more modern (nineteenth century). The building is a Site of Cultural Interest and, since 2 November 1929, a National Historic-Artistic Monument.