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Best areas in Barcelona for luxury hotels

Barcelona is a place that exudes style, and you can taste it for yourself at one of the many luxury hotels which are scattered throughout the city. Many can be found in the central Ciutat Vella district, and anyone with a taste for historic architecture will be delighted by the high-end accommodation to be found in the Gothic Quarter. You can also look to the north of the center, in the modern Eixample district, which has its share of elegant, luxury pads offering every conceivable comfort.

Top luxury hotels in Barcelona

Proving that luxury and convenience can go hand in hand, Barcelo Sants hotel is situated above Barcelona’s main train station. The guestrooms have a sleek, futuristic look, while sitting in the bar will make you feel like you’ve stepped onto a sci-fi space station. Vincci Gala is a hotel seamlessly blending old and new, its hip, contemporary guestrooms set within a century-old Neo-Classical building featuring a tranquil terrace. Grand Hotel Central is a lavish hotel in the heart of the city, serving Mediterranean cuisine in its restaurant, and offering awe-inspiring views from the rooftop swimming pool.

Where to find the best fine dining in Barcelona

Catalonia’s capital is renowned for its inspiring dining scene, and that goes far beyond tasty tapas. If fine dining is what you’re in the mood for, head to the area surrounding Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, one of the major thoroughfares of the city, whose environs are studded with trailblazing restaurants garlanded with superlative reviews and Michelin stars. The Gothic Quarter also boasts fine dining spots where chefs reinvent traditional Spanish dishes in bold new ways, while more refined, luxury restaurants can be found in Eixample.

The most unique things to do in Barcelona

One of Barcelona’s trump cards is the unique architecture designed by visionary architect Antoni Gaudi. Embark on a private, guided tour to see these surreal, oozing structures that look like they’ve grown from the very soil, from Casa Batllo to Sagrada Familia. If you want to explore the rugged, pine-swathed landscape of Catalonia, head beyond the urban sprawl to enjoy an exclusive horseback riding experience in one of the surrounding villages. Another memorable activity in the Barcelona region is to create your very own Cava at one of the local vineyards – you’ll be able to select your own grapes and survey the bottling process of Spain’s answer to Champagne. Come the evening, treat yourself to prime seating at the Gran Teatre del Liceu and take in grand opera in lavish 19th-century surroundings.

Best ways to get around Barcelona

Barcelona is a city designed to be experienced on foot, and it’s a real pleasure to amble through areas like the Gothic Quarter, or the seafront. To get somewhere more rapidly, simply take a trip on the smoothly efficient metro system, or hop onto one of the state-of-the-art trams. Not forgetting Tramvia Blau, a quaint streetcar that will make you feel like you’ve stepped back a century or so. Taxis are also plentiful in the city, and are ideal for getting to natural attractions on the outskirts of the urban center.

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