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Modern comforts intermingle with historical artefacts in sunny Barcelona, Spain’s second largest city. Book all-inclusive holidays to Barcelona with Travel Center and enjoy this magnificent city. Barcelona is home to great beaches however do not limit your holiday to the sandy shores. Instead explore and discover vibrant Barcelona. Eixample district is home to art-nouveau buildings, Ciutat Vella the ‘old town’ is a maze of medieval streets and historical sites of Barri Gotic and El Born. Relish the quiet ambiance of Gracia, entertaining a younger crowd with terrace-cafes and hip clubs. If its festivities you crave head over to Sants Montjuic for colourful festivals, exhibitions, museums and monuments. Winter sees Barcelona flourish with mild temperatures and plenty of activity under the sunny skies. Families are welcome in Barcelona where ‘toddlers’ are of utmost importance and made to feel comfortable and at home even on the streets. Shoppers indulge at designer boutiques, local shops, markets and crafts fairs. The best of Spanish cuisine is available to be enjoyed at Michelin Starred restaurants, terrace-cafes and bistros. The nights of Barcelona are a burst of activity dance the night-away at chic clubs, discos and jazz bars. Enjoy the best of Spain, simply book the all-inclusive holiday packages to Barcelona from Travel Center including cheap flights, affordable accommodation and flexible booking options. Discover Barcelona today!

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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Ryanair, Jet2, Vueling Airlines, Norwegian



Best Time to Travel

January to June, December

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Plane, Bus, Train, Taxi, Car

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1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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La Catedral

This is Barcelona’s most important place of worship, and is one of the most aesthetically pleasing buildings in the city. The main façade is richly decorated, laced with gargoyles and stone intricacies. Although the original cathedral building was erected between 1298 and 1460, the impressive façade was added in 1870.

Museu Picasso

The Museu Picasso is uniquely set in five contiguous medieval stone mansions. The collection inside celebrates the art of Pablo Ruiz y Picasso, perhaps the most celebrated artist of the 20th century. His early works take centre stage and give more than a glimpse of his genius and unmatched versatility.

Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC)

Built for the 1929 World Exhibition and carefully restored in 2005, this impressive and attractive museum houses a vast collection of art spanning the early middle ages to the early 20th century. The collection is significant as the art is mostly of Catalan origin. Don’t miss the extraordinary Romanesque Frescoes.

Museu d'Història de Barcelona

This museum, housed in an impressive building, will take you through a fascinating journey through Barcelona’s Past – from the founding of the town by Emperor Augustus around 10 BCE to today. Stroll over the ruins of old streets, sewers, laundries, and wine and fish making factories that flourished long ago.

La Pedrera

The uneven grey stone façade that ripples around the corner of Carrer de Provença gives this building its nickname: La Pedrera, meaning the Quarry. Considered a masterpiece by the famous architect Gaudi from 1905-1910, it was built as a combined apartment and office block. Today, it is open for tours.

Basílica de Santa Maria del Mar

This impressive Basilica took more than 54 years to complete under the guidance of the 14th century architects Berenguer de Montagut and Ramon Despuig. What is most impressive about this basilica is the amount of space that can be found inside, in stark contrast to the narrow claustrophobic streets outside.

Casa Batlló

Considered one of the strangest-looking residential buildings in all of Europe, this is the master architect Gaudi at his hallucinogenic best. The façade is sprinkled with blue, mauve, and green tiles and studded with wave-shaped window frames and balconies. It rises to an uneven blue-tiled roof with a solitary tower.

Mercat de la Boqueria

This is perhaps the most interesting building in La Rambla. Although the Modernistainfluenced design is attractive, the most interesting part of it is the action of the food market within. Your senses of smell, sound, and sight will go haywire as you enter one of Europe’s most attractive produce markets.

Palau Güell

The name Gaudi cannot be mentioned enough when it comes to Barcelona’s architectural wonders, and the Palau Güell is no exception. Built in his early days (1880s), it is different from his other creations, but somehow unmistakably Gaudi. This neo-Gothic mansion gives one an insight into this prodigious architectural genius.

Museu Frederic Marès

This medieval complex houses one of the wildest collections of historical curios. Once a part of the royal palace of the counts of Barcelona, it also has historical significance as the seat of the Spanish Inquisition. The collection itself contains sculptures, religious art displays, and a variety of fascinating bric-a-brac.