Barcelona is one of the European cities most visited by tourists eager to visit the capital, both by attending conferences, meetings and all kinds of exhibitions that are held in the city. It is the second most populous city in Spain and has very pleasurable and interesting places as well as a captivating and hectic nightlife. The activities that we can do in this great city: from walking along the Ramblas to enjoy street musicians and living statues, passing through walks in Tramvia Blau to climb to the top of the Tibidabo and see the magnificent views of the city that appears at his feet, or even wandering along the Passeig de Gracia to see the better-known boutiques in Barcelona. The architecture of the city is amazing, different museums, historic buildings and galleries to explore. The Gothic quarter of the city is fascinating to explore and will take you back to the old traditional Barcelona. Although the streets can seem darker, you can venture in search for buildings more impressive. The streets are old style and are dotted with cafes and bars located in the buildings of the 14th century. The city boasts a wide range of accommodations, hotels and youth hostels in barcelona to suit all tastes and budgets.
Places you should not miss: Paseo de Gracia (Casa Batllo and la Pedrera): it is a stately boulevard with buildings and national and international luxury business. It has an unmistakable style thanks to modernist architecture. Gothic quarter: Is the core of Barcelona where the city was born and where are the major public buildings: the Palau de la Generalitat, the Town Hall, the Palau Reial. Holy Family Church: Is Gaudi’s great work without a doubt. The great Cathedral of banner of the more modern architecture and Gothic inspiration was the biggest project of his life and his more beloved and funded dream. Nature-related reasons are represented in all the work of Gaudi. Enter the Sagrada Familia is advisable to go to the elevators that lead to the highest towers, then began to descend from its same bowels. La Rambla: Undoubtedly is the most visited place in Barcelona since it’s one of the most frequented and most emblematic streets.
This area is where we find artists, mimes, shops of animals and to florists in Barcelona. Barceloneta: La Barceloneta is the Marina district of the city (is the neighborhood of fishermen and beaches). Avenida Diagonal: Such as its name indicates it us; is trafficking in a way serves as a nexus between the Eixample and the area more high in the city. It is currently one of the city’s busiest streets. Olympic village: Olympic village is built on a careless and ancient area that was previously dedicated to industry. Fortunately the area has been completely transformed and recycled on the occasion of the Olympic games that took place in 1992 and today sets up one of the areas that bears the most avant-garde architectural wonders of the continent. Tip trip courtesy of tuhostalenbarcelona.com we guarantee minimum prices for the market in cheap hotels in Barcelona. To stay at one of the cheap hotels in Barcelona you choose to save on accommodation and spend on fun.