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- Las Ramblas
- Placa de Catalunya
- Sagrada Familia
- Camp Nou
- Passeig de Gracia
- Barceloneta Beach
- Placa d'Espanya
- Barcelona Cathedral
- Rambla de Mar
- Barcelona International Convention Centre
- Picasso Museum
- Casa Mila
- Palau Sant Jordi
- Casino Barcelona
- University of Barcelona
- Hospital Universitari Quiron Dexeus
- Hospital Quiron Barcelona
- Boqueria Market
- Tivoli Theatre
B&Bs in Barcelona
If you're ready to experience the wonders and thrills of Barcelona, then you're in luck! There's no better way to plan your unforgettable trip than with our local experts at Hotels.com, and to truly experience the city as a local, look no further than a B&B in Barcelona. Booking the perfect trip can sometimes seem intimidating, which is why we've already done all the hard work of finding the perfect accommodations there. Discover the perfect B&B in Barcelona for your trip by booking online, using our fast and hassle-free system that enables you to filter by price, amenities, location, and more. For even more personalised assistance, simply give us a call and you'll receive a tailored booking experience right over the phone. Read through hundreds of reviews from real Hotels.com users before you set off to your B&B in Barcelona for even more peace of mind. So what are you waiting for? Hop online or give us a call today, and let's get started planning your unforgettable trip to Barcelona!
Why staying in a B&B is ideal for a trip to Barcelona
For a city like Barcelona, it's easy to spend a holiday without actually getting to the authentic heart of the region. But when you book with our travel experts at Hotels.com, we'll help you discover one of the very best, locally-inspired ways to experience this fantastic city: a B&B in Barcelona! Staying at a City of Counts bed and breakfast means that you'll have access to local, insider knowledge like where to see people dancing La Sardena on Sundays, what times are best to beat the crowds at museums, or where to find the best tapas. Many will advise that the best way to see the city is by foot, as there is plenty of art peppered throughout the city that you can stop and enjoy as a pedestrian. Aside from the major attractions, look to the locals for which ancient sites to visit; many are centuries upon centuries old, and fascinate travellers from all walks of life. Staying in a B&B in Barcelona also means that you'll get to know the neighbourhood in which you're staying, offering you a one-of-a-kind glimpse into local life, culture, and the authentic soul of the city.
Barcelona in a nutshell
Whether you're an urban adventurer or a history buff, whether you're longing for the greatest nightlife or the most enriching daytrips, Barcelona has it all. Soak up the sights, sounds, and culture with a wander through the famed Las Ramblas, explore the exciting Tibidabo, or pay a visit to L’Aquarium. For lovers of history and architecture, you'll be treated to such sights as the Sagrada Familia, the exquisite Gothic Quarter, or the Barcelona Cathedral, to name just a few. And while you're in Barcelona, don't forget to indulge in regional specialties like tapas! It won't be difficult to find the perfect Barcelona bed and breakfast close to numerous incredible tapas eateries, so make sure to arrive hungry and enjoy the delicacies. You'll find navigating the city is a breeze thanks to the metro, bus, and of course exploring by foot, so your B&B in Barcelona will feel close to everything no matter where it's situated!
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