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Holidays in Barcelona

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Language: Spanish

Currency: Euros

Local time: GMT/BST +1 hour

Nearest Airport

Barcelona


Holidays in Barcelona

Experience holidays to Barcelona

Spain’s most cosmopolitan city is dominated by fascinating Gaudi architecture, treasures from Tápies and Picasso, and is one of Europe's best-preserved Gothic quarters. Barcelona not only boasts a delight of visually splendid art but the Catalan cuisine and tapas bars are enough to tempt any taste buds, and the nightlife is the cutting edge.  

For the fashion-conscious, there is no shortage of design outlets clustered into the city’s centre. A haven for sun worshippers, a Barcelona holiday also presents visitors with its portion of the Costa Brava coastline stretching an impressive 4.5km. Barceloneta is the closest to the city but for the more adventurous, be sure to check out Mar Bella Beach where a host of water sports are available. If you’re looking for a more active break inland, join the rollerbladers, cyclists and joggers at Bogatell Beach. Those fancying more beach time on the Costa Brava should check out Costa Brava holidays.

What to see in Barcelona

When on a holiday to Barcelona, take yourself to the heart of the city and you will find Las Ramblas, Barcelona’s busiest and most famous street. The tree-lined pedestrian boulevard is packed with sights, sounds and smells encapsulating its culture. Buskers, living statues and bird markets offer a superb range of entertainment, giving off a cheerful atmosphere. Wander down one of the side streets to discover some of Barcelona’s best retail treasures, or experience a whole new array of culinary delights and stop off at one of Europe’s greatest food markets, the Boqueria, for a spot of breakfast or excellent Spanish tortilla. At the end of this stretch of entertainment sits the outstanding Columbus Monument. Grab a lift to its top and witness spectacular views of the Las Ramblas and the harbour.  

If you are looking for a shorter stay then check out easyJet holidays' Barcelona city breaks.

During your stay, visit the Museu Picassa which features numerous works by Picasso from his early years and his later impressionist-influenced pieces. See the work of Barcelona’s favourite son, Antoni Gaudi in his famous unfinished cathedral, La Sagrada Familia, which sends magnificent spires into the sky - its architectural brilliance captures the culture, religion and faith of Barcelona.  

A fantastic place to escape the thriving atmosphere of the city is another of Gaudi’s creations, the Parc Guell, which is now recognised as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Hugely popular for its winding footpaths, dragon fountains and serpentine benches, it's a great place to enjoy the Spanish sun with a picnic.  

Whilst on holiday in Barcelona, be sure to visit the Montjuïc Hill. Overlooking the city, it is also home to the Olympic Stadium built for when it hosted the 1992 Olympic Games. Right next to the stadium sits a brilliant swimming pool complex, Piscines Bernat Picornell, which is the perfect location to cool off after the long walk.    

Discover all that Barcelona has to offer by looking at the easyJet holidays guide to things to do in Barcelona section and don’t forget, Spain holidays offer plenty of variety for your next break.

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A holiday to Barcelona boasts a chance to experience a compelling history, breathtaking sights, delicious cuisine and an abundance of things to do. Take advantage of the chance to save more by booking your flight and accommodation together with easyJet holidays.

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Things to do in Barcelona

Barcelona has a great range of things to do on offer. Whether you want to relax on the beach, soak up the history and cultural arts or experience the cuisine and nightlife, Barcelona has it all. Read on for the easyJet holidays attractions guide to get the very best out of your Barcelona holiday.

Attractions in Barcelona  

  • Antoni Gaudi, Barcelona’s prized architect, has created a number of masterpieces around the city centre that are a must see for holidaymakers. Find more about Gaudi in Barcelona on the easyJet holidays Blog.  
  • Head down to Port Vell, Barcelona’s bustling harbour, to see the magnificent yachts and visit the numerous restaurants and gelateries. Walk a little further and you’ll come across Port Olimpica, home to Barcelona’s most beautiful beaches.  

Art and Culture in Barcelona  

  • Barcelona is famous for its beautiful buildings and museums. Museo Picasso houses a selection of the artist’s earlier pieces set in pretty courtyards and galleries.  
  • Visit La Sagrada Familia, a towering construction that is still under construction after 100 years and stands half as tall as it will do upon completion – a fact you will find hard to swallow when you see it.    

The streets of Barcelona  

  • Stroll along Las Ramblas to take in the vibe of Barcelona. A kilometre-long tree-lined street that splits the city in two down to the seafront, Las Ramblas has everything from shops and restaurants to street performers and Spain’s best market, La Boqueria.  
  • In the Gothic Quarter, lies the old town of Barcelona, lined with towering medieval buildings dating from the fourteenth century. La Seu, with its Gothic staircase to the top of the tower and magnificent views of neighbouring spires, has to be the most impressive cathedral of this old corner of the city.    

Barcelona Nightlife  

  • Sophistication and quirkiness are the theme of the bars here, where you can find salsa and flamenco sessions happening every night of the week and jazz chords blaring out of the underground taverns.  
  • For those partygoers amongst you, Barcelona has much to offer after dark. Pacha nightclub hosts the best parties in town, with its vast collection of resident DJs keeping the crowds going until the early hours.    

Visit the Spain attractions section if you’re looking for things to do elsewhere in Spain. Whatever type of holiday you’re seeking, easyJet holidays can create your perfect Barcelona getaway. Flexible plans and great deals make easyJet holidays the best choice for an ideal city break.

Torre Catalunya

Barcelona, Barcelona & Surroundings, Spain

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Le Meridien Barcelona

Barcelona, Barcelona & Surroundings, Spain

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Glories

Barcelona, Barcelona & Surroundings, Spain

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Soho

Barcelona, Barcelona & Surroundings, Spain

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Europark

Barcelona, Barcelona & Surroundings, Spain

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Silken Ramblas

Barcelona, Barcelona & Surroundings, Spain

Flight and Hotel, 7 Nights, Double Room, accommodation only

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