A Visit To Barcelona On The International Museum Day

If you are making a plan to tour Spain, don’t miss out on the International Museum Day in Barcelona. Your tour itinerary must include the thrilling and zestful expedition of the city of Barcelona. It is full of history, tradition, culture, attractions, and wonderful museums.
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Top Attractions in Poble Sec, Barcelona

If you are contemplating the Barcelona tour, El Poble Sec, a compact district with shady squares, should be part of your itinerary owing to its unique appearance and exceptional features.
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Maremagnum Shopping Center

If you are staying in our boutique hotel in Barcelona centre, we will suggest you make a visit to the renowned Maremagnum Shopping Center, the epitome of luxury and elegance. In Spanish, we call it, “epítome de la elegancia”.

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El Gato De Botero

El Gato de Botero or Botero’s cat is one of the tourists’ favorite locations to visit when they are in Barcelona, Spain. The metal cat sculpture is so popular and iconic that everyone who visits Barcelona should visit the beautiful piece of art. The Botero’s cat sculpture has somewhat become a symbol of Barcelona.

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Visit Plaça Catalunya

Our hotel close to Ciutat Vella is the perfect place to have a chance to explore Plaça Catalunya. This famous plaza is in the heart of the city and is located close to some of Barcelona’s top attractions. It is one of the largest squares in Barcelona and sees thousands of visitors and locals alike on a daily basis. The main idea for this square was to combine the historic Gothic Quarter and the more modern Eixample district.

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Basílica de Santa María del Pi: The hidden treasure of Barcelona’s Barrio Gótico

In the middle of the Barrio Gótico, you’ll find one of the most beautiful churches in Barcelona, and one that is not as well known: the Basílica de Santa María del Pi. It includes several spaces that are worth a trip, including the bell tower, the garden, and the crypt. During your stay with us at our boutique hotel near Ciutat Vella, you’ll have the chance to visit this and many other attractions in the capital city.

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Gran Teatre del Liceu: a Symbol of Culture in Barcelona

Talking about the Gran Teatre del Liceu means talking about culture, opera, and grandeur. Opened in 1847, it is the oldest theater in the city. However, it continues to shine just as brightly as the first day. Neither fires nor the conflicts that besieged the city during the convulsive nineteenth century could dull its splendor. Discover the secrets of this building, located close by la Rambla. During your stay at our boutique hotel Barcelona centre, you’ll have the chance to visit this and other jewels of the city.

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Catedral de Barcelona: the Gothic Jewel of the Capital City

Just a few blocks from the iconic Mercado de la Boquería and alongside other well-known buildings like the Museo de Historia de Barcelona and the Palau de la Generalitat de Catalunya, you will find the Catedral de Barcelona. Both the interior and the exterior of the capital city’s foremost church are sure to catch a visitor’s eye. Built in the 14th century, it is the touchstone of Catalan Gothic architecture. Take advantage of your stay at our hotel close to Ciutat Vella to get to know these treasures of Barcelona.

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MACBA Museum: an Ode to Contemporary Art in Barcelona

The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) is one of those indispensable places, especially if you’re interested in contemporary art and culture. The collection offers a journey from 1929 to the present through works of Catalan artists, although international creators are also well represented. More than 6,000 pieces will keep any visitor interested in the exhibit. The MACBA is located only 20 min away by walk from our central guesthouse in Barcelona.

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Palau Sant Jordi: Architecture and Leisure go Hand in Hand

There’s an omnipresent space on the events calendar in Barcelona. We’re talking about Palau Sant Jordi, a multi-disciplinary center that has hosted all kinds of sports events, concerts, and spectacles over the past three decades. But, apart from its obvious useful qualities, the Palau Sant Jordi is a building of great architectural beauty that it’s worth the time to get to know. Below, we’ll tell you a little more about its history and a few key facts. The Palau Sant Jordi is located 30 min away by walk from our boutique hotel near Montjuic.

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