Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Fira Barcelona, Casa Batllo, and Palau de la Musica Catalana. Placa d'Espanya and Magic Fountain ...
Situated in El Prat de Llobregat, Sallés Hotel Ciutat del Prat is a 6-minute shuttle ride from El Prat Airport, and within a 10-minute drive of such attractions ...
Whether you are into culture, shopping, history, or fine dining, Barcelona has what you are looking for. Book your entire vacation package, from flights to city tours, with Orbitz.com and get ready to experience Spain as you've always dreamed about it.
The fantastical nature of this coastal city can be seen almost everywhere you look. Marvel at the stained-glass skylight, impressive sculptures, and modernist architecture of the Palace of Catalan Music. Wander up the magical twisted staircase of the Park Güell to see the incredible panorama from the top of the park's main hill. With so much to see, it's hard to narrow down which attractions you should visit first.
Swept by the breezes with humid, temperate winters and balmy, dry summers, Barcelona enjoys a Mediterranean climate. Thunderstorms and rains are common from August through September, while dry months span from February through July.
Summer is peak season, and August is the hottest and most tourist-populated month. Save bucks traveling between mid-September to mid-November, when the weather is still pleasant, or come when it's colder -- and cheaper -- from January until March.
Festivals and events are held year-round and one of the most popular is the Festa Major de Gràcia, and August street bash, featuring live music, outdoor movies and theater.
Early summer and fall are two excellent times to visit Barcelona. The city's Mediterranean climate ensures that these seasons experience pleasant weather. If you want to swim, time your trip between June and October, because the sea may be too cold for a dip at other times of the year. August temperatures average 81 degrees Fahrenheit, so Barcelona can be both hot and crowded, because this is the month when most Europeans take their annual vacations. Winters can be chilly, but temperatures rarely go below freezing and snow is not common. Winter prices tend to be lower, and if your interests lie mostly in indoor activities and museums, winter may be an ideal time for you to visit Barcelona.
Explore the city's numerous parks, including the Parc de la Ciutadella and Gaudí Parc Guell just north of the city.
Dive into pintxos at tapas bar Euskal Etxea, where toothpick-speared bites are paid for based on how many you eat.
Shop for original Spanish fashions at Mango and Zara, plus MTX Barcelona and ultra colorful Custo Barcelona.
Buy a Barcelona City card to score free public transportation plus discounts on museums, venues, shops and restaurants.
Come during Festes de la Mercèe, a September street festival filled with fireworks, an over-sea air show and performances.
Dine on Kaiku's terrace to enjoy gorgeous views of the water while you nosh on tasty, fresh seafood.
On a walk down the one-mile road La Rambla, you are likely to see fortune tellers, living statues, musicians, and dancers.
The funky, offbeat neighborhood of El Born is home to plenty of art galleries, tapas joints, and locally owned shops with unusual merchandise.
Locals and visitors alike love sharing tapas at this venue developed by local chef Carles Abellan. Features dishes include foie gras burgers and oxtail stew.
Enjoy the dancing, music, and style of a world-class flamenco show at this venue that hosts both flamenco stars and up-and-coming new talent.
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