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What you should know about Les Corts

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Les Corts is predominantly a residential area in Barcelona, but it is also a great base for families and young couples from which to explore the city. You can reach the center in a few minutes via the metro and come back to a quiet, relaxing neighborhood. This means you have the best of both worlds without being exhausted by the bustling life in the center. are here to show you the best hotels that Les Corts has to offer, complete with maps showing proximity to nearby attractions, feedback from past guests and photos showing sample rooms. So with your accommodation dealt with, you can get on with enjoying your vacation in beautiful Les Corts, Barcelona.

What's Les Corts, Barcelona Like?

Soccer fans flock to Camp Nou Stadium, the home of Barcelona FC. This stunning structure is one of the largest soccer stadiums in the world and seats 110,000, and often filled to capacity on match days. Tours are also highly popular and it's recommended to book your tickets before you leave. You can view the grounds and pitch, the football museum, dressing room, conference area and sit in the players and VIP seats. There are plenty of places to sleep around Les Corts. If retail therapy is more your style, do not miss the L'illa Shopping Center. Housed in a gigantic avant garde building, you'll find clothing to suit every budget with high end designer names alongside high street brands. There's also a food court and one of the best hotels in Les Corts, Barcelona. Of course you can always spend a day exploring the famous sites of central Barcelona which is easily accessible.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Les Corts, Barcelona

There's no doubt Barcelona is a fashionable city and you should always look your best when venturing out to eat, even in a suburb like Les Corts. However, during the day you can be a bit more casual, as long as you are dressed appropriately. A handshake is essential when greeting, whether a friend or a stranger, and it's always useful to learn a few handy Spanish phrases. Or even better, Catalan, as residents of the capital of Catalonia are very proud of their other official tongue. In a restaurant, order authentic Catalan sangria made with cava from the local region, not the red wine version. So now you know all about the neighborhood, click onto to look at our selection of hotels in Les Corts, Barcelona.

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