Project Description

Barcelona

The capital of Catalonia, is a sensation of ancient and modern architecture, tempting cafes and markets and excellent Mediterranean beaches. It is Europe’s third favourite destination with an astonishing number of 8 million tourists per year.

Modern art museums and chic shops are located next to Gothic buildings, in an entwined mix of magnificence. Barcelona’s vibe stays lively well into the night, when you can linger over regional wine and cuisine at buzzing tapas bars.

Take a stroll along the central area of La Rambla and through waterfront La Barceloneta, to experience the lively city. Take a journey around Antoni Gaudí’s buildings, including the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batlló and Park Güell. Visit the Gothic Catedral de la Seu, where you can enjoy traditional Catalan dancing, the famous Sardana. If you are a sport’s fan, make sure you visit Camp Nou (Nuevo Campo), Barcelona FC’s home stadium and museum.

Best Time to visit

Best time to visit is May – June where you can enjoy warm weather and the open air festivities. Mind you, it is the season with the highest hotel rates. July and August host a warm, humid summer and a crowded and expensive city. Low budget hotels are usually fully booked, so make sure you book in advance. September to November the weather is mild, with sea temperatures still warm enough and moderate room rates. Winter and early Spring offer great hotel deals, but temperatures are low and rain is plentiful.

Budget Hotels Areas

There is a wide variety of hotels in Barcelona and prices are generally moderate. If you are on a budget avoid the city centre. You can find great hotels, hostels and homestays around the city. If you prefer more privacy and independence, try renting an apartment. Low budget hotels and hostels are located in residential areas, such as the Sarria and Eixample districts. Both areas are packed with great restaurants, bars and shops. Get a Barcelona-Card where you get free and unlimited access to the subway and buses, which helps for easier travelling and sightseeing.

Traveling to Barcelona

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Airport Transfers
Car Rentals
Train & Bus Tickets

Barcelona Tours & Activities

Explore and book from a wide selection of the best tours and activities for your trip:

Barcelona Clubbing

Barcelona is famous for it’s notorious nightlife having a powerful network of nightclubs. Here are some of Barcelona’s best clubs:

PACHA BARCELONA

Ibiza style clubbing with the best national and international DJs

OPIUM BARCELONA

An international beach club, the only place to catch the big names in EDM

SALA RAZZMATAZZ

An entire complex made up of industrial factories on different levels, each with a separate DJ

INPUT BARCELONA

the best place in town to listen to electronic music with a dynamic sound system

SUTON BARCELONA

A highly class club with two rooms of EDM and Reggaeton to choose from

MOOG

A sophisticated, trendy club for techno and electro lovers

Program

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Barcelona Dance Music Festivals

There are many Dance Music Festivals of all kinds in and around Barcelona, especially in the Summer. Here are some of the most popular ones:

Primavera Sound

Alternative, Electronic, Indie

Takes place at the end of May and showcases the finest underground talent from across the globe

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Barcelona Beach Festival

EDM, Electronic

Barcelona Beach Festival is a huge electronic music festival, featuring some of the mainstream’s biggest stars

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Sonar Festival

Electronic, House, Techno

Sonar Festival is a three-day electronic and advanced music festival during the Summer

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DGTL Barcelona

Electronic, Techno

DGTL Barcelona showcases the most respected and exciting talent from techno’s vibrant underground

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