611 available rentals in Barcelona
photo Great Mar

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30 €
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photo Rustic Diputacio

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39 €
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photo Comfy Rocafort 2

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39 €
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photo Penthouse Vintage Suite with terrace (5.3)

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40 €
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photo Welcoming Borbon

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40 €
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photo Cosy Ramblas

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45 €
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photo Cosy Ramblas 2

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45 €
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photo Joyful Ramelleres

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50 €
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photo Enamorats (110TT5ANE32)

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50 €
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photo Enamorats (110TT5ANE31)

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Live like the locals in Barcelona

Holiday apartments available in Barcelona City Centre


Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain after Madrid. It is the capital of Catalunya, a region in Northern Spain. The region has a distinct culture, tradition and language that differs from that of mainland Spain. The city centre also has a modern feel to it. This is partly due to the fact that in 1992, the Olympic Games were held in Barcelona making it the centre of the games and this led to a change in the city's infrastructure. There was a focus on modern architectural design, made to blend in well with the city's traditional cultural aspects, which resulted into a modern city centre with elements that work to preserve the past. This makes Barcelona a fascinating place to visit. The city has outdoor markets, restaurants, churches and museums. In addition, Barcelona is easily reachable from other European Capitals. It also has a well connected metro system to enable easier travel. Lastly, its 2km stretch of beach is perfect for sunbathing and relaxation during the warmer months.


Rent a flat in the Old Town!


While Barcelona is largely a cosmopolitan city there are sections of it that have held on to the splendour of previous centuries. These are collectively known as the old town of Barcelona. It has four main districts namely Barri Gotic, El Raval, La Barceloneta and El Born. La Barceloneta is an old fishing village on the banks of Mediterranean. It has its own distinctive style and a good number of festivals to celebrate it. The border of this old town joins the one of El Born. It really is an extension of Gothic Quarter which is also known as Barri Gotic. El Born is a mainly pedestrian town with small, winding streets. It has a lot of touches of Rome with old churches and other buildings from Rome. The Barri Gotic is mostly is a historic centre with plenty of shops and restaurants. There are also a number of attraction such as the Cathedral of Barcelona, Picasso Museum dedicated to the famous Painter, a textile Museum and even a Chocolate Museum.

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