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How to Find the Best Hotels in the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona with Hotels.com

A major destination with a unique local culture, no place epitomizes Barcelona quite like the Gothic Quarter. If a visit to Catalan country is on your agenda, then finding hotels in the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona should be on your agenda as well, and finding them with Hotels.com means you'll get an excellent deal. Hotels.com's listings of partner hotels include every price range, and with our reliable hotel ratings system you will always know what to expect from each location, ensuring you can get both value and convenience. At Hotels.com we want you to have confidence in your choice of hotel - that's why we also provide photos and maps of each location, so that you know ahead of time what to expect. We know how important it is to be able to make an informed decision. So before you plan your next trip to Barcelona, check Hotels.com's hotel listings.

What's Barcelona Like?

With one of Hotels.com's partner hotels in the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona, you'll have a spot right in the middle of Barcelona's most historic district. Some parts date back even to Roman times, including the synagogue, and the The Museum of the City of Barcelona includes access to Roman-era underground ruins. The most striking sight may be the Cathedral of Santa Eulàlia and its cloister. For more recent history, there is the Plaça Sant Jaume - while the square itself is quite old, it is also the location from which the independent Catalan State was declared in the 1930s, and many of the surroundings still bear the occasional scar from the Spanish Civil War. Other sites of note elsewhere in the city include La Sagrada Familia, a truly massive and ambitious basilica under construction for nearly a century, as well as the Temple of Augustus, which still stands from Roman times.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Barcelona

Barcelona's historic sections are quite easily walkable. Exploring the rest of the city might warrant using the Metro. Be aware of language issues, as many locals speak Catalan and Spanish both, but are more comfortable in Catalan. You can still get by without either, but here more than other places residents really do appreciate the effort. Also, beware of referring to Catalan as a dialect and not a separate language! The best, and least expensive, dining options are usually around lunchtime in Barcelona, and many restaurants are closed afterwards until mid-evening, so plan accordingly. Finding yourself hotels in the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona with help from Hotels.com's listings will help ensure you are well-placed to embark on your Barcelona adventures.

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