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Barcelona Vacation Guide

European and Mediterranean, traditional and modern, progressive Barcelona is an exciting contradiction. Since the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona has undergone a renaissance, welcoming tourists more effusively than any other city in Spain. From spectacular seafood restaurants to pumping nightclubs, this thriving capital of Catalonia wants your company and with our help, you can provide it, even on a tight budget. We'll find you a stunning hotel at an unbelievable rate, or even a perfect vacation package, so that you can truly relax while you're strolling through the city's palm tree studded streets.

Neighborhoods in Barcelona

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Barcelona's most interesting neighborhoods.

Barcelona West - Montjuic

Montjuic (Jewish mountain) is rich with history and culture. Built in 1640, Montjuic Castle has a breathtaking view of the city and the harbor. Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) offers an assortment of Spanish architecture, including the famed towers of Avila, and is an ideal place for a taste of Spanish nightlife.

Barcelona East - Ciutat Vella - Sant Marti

Leave the 21st century behind and enter the medieval village of Santa Marti. The Santa Maria del Mar is a Catalan Gothic church featuring 15th to 18th century stained glass. The historic Barri Gotic as well as the surrounding Ciutat Vella (old town) is made up of a labyrinth of adjoining neighborhoods.

Last Minute Hotel Deals

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Barcelona Vacation Guide

European and Mediterranean, traditional and modern, progressive Barcelona is an exciting contradiction. Since the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona has undergone a renaissance, welcoming tourists more effusively than any other city in Spain. From spectacular seafood restaurants to pumping nightclubs, this thriving capital of Catalonia wants your company and with our help, you can provide it, even on a tight budget. We'll find you a stunning hotel at an unbelievable rate, or even a perfect vacation package, so that you can truly relax while you're strolling through the city's palm tree studded streets.

Neighborhoods in Barcelona

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Barcelona's most interesting neighborhoods.

Barcelona West - Montjuic

Montjuic (Jewish mountain) is rich with history and culture. Built in 1640, Montjuic Castle has a breathtaking view of the city and the harbor. Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) offers an assortment of Spanish architecture, including the famed towers of Avila, and is an ideal place for a taste of Spanish nightlife.

Barcelona East - Ciutat Vella - Sant Marti

Leave the 21st century behind and enter the medieval village of Santa Marti. The Santa Maria del Mar is a Catalan Gothic church featuring 15th to 18th century stained glass. The historic Barri Gotic as well as the surrounding Ciutat Vella (old town) is made up of a labyrinth of adjoining neighborhoods.

Frequently Asked Questions About Barcelona

When is the best time of the year to find Barcelona vacation package deals?

January is the best time to find cheap Barcelona vacation deals.

When are the high and low seasons for Barcelona vacations?

July, June, May are the busiest months for Barcelona vacations, but February, December, November have the smallest crowds.

Where can I find the best last minute vacation deals for Barcelona?

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What if I have to cancel my trip to Barcelona?

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Barcelona Vacation Guide

European and Mediterranean, traditional and modern, progressive Barcelona is an exciting contradiction. Since the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona has undergone a renaissance, welcoming tourists more effusively than any other city in Spain. From spectacular seafood restaurants to pumping nightclubs, this thriving capital of Catalonia wants your company and with our help, you can provide it, even on a tight budget. We'll find you a stunning hotel at an unbelievable rate, or even a perfect vacation package, so that you can truly relax while you're strolling through the city's palm tree studded streets.

Neighborhoods in Barcelona

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Barcelona's most interesting neighborhoods.

Barcelona West - Montjuic

Montjuic (Jewish mountain) is rich with history and culture. Built in 1640, Montjuic Castle has a breathtaking view of the city and the harbor. Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) offers an assortment of Spanish architecture, including the famed towers of Avila, and is an ideal place for a taste of Spanish nightlife.

Barcelona East - Ciutat Vella - Sant Marti

Leave the 21st century behind and enter the medieval village of Santa Marti. The Santa Maria del Mar is a Catalan Gothic church featuring 15th to 18th century stained glass. The historic Barri Gotic as well as the surrounding Ciutat Vella (old town) is made up of a labyrinth of adjoining neighborhoods.

Last Minute Hotel Deals

See all 5,588 Properties in Barcelona

Estimated price for 1 night/2 adults

Top Flight Deals

Prices found within past 7 days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Barcelona Vacation Guide

European and Mediterranean, traditional and modern, progressive Barcelona is an exciting contradiction. Since the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona has undergone a renaissance, welcoming tourists more effusively than any other city in Spain. From spectacular seafood restaurants to pumping nightclubs, this thriving capital of Catalonia wants your company and with our help, you can provide it, even on a tight budget. We'll find you a stunning hotel at an unbelievable rate, or even a perfect vacation package, so that you can truly relax while you're strolling through the city's palm tree studded streets.

Neighborhoods in Barcelona

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of Barcelona's most interesting neighborhoods.

Barcelona West - Montjuic

Montjuic (Jewish mountain) is rich with history and culture. Built in 1640, Montjuic Castle has a breathtaking view of the city and the harbor. Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) offers an assortment of Spanish architecture, including the famed towers of Avila, and is an ideal place for a taste of Spanish nightlife.

Barcelona East - Ciutat Vella - Sant Marti

Leave the 21st century behind and enter the medieval village of Santa Marti. The Santa Maria del Mar is a Catalan Gothic church featuring 15th to 18th century stained glass. The historic Barri Gotic as well as the surrounding Ciutat Vella (old town) is made up of a labyrinth of adjoining neighborhoods.