Barcelona Neighbourhood Guide

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When you’re planning a trip, choosing which neighbourhood to stay in can be a daunting task. When your destination is Barcelona and there are seemingly endless interesting, exciting and intriguing neighbourhoods to choose from, the difficulty is only amplified. Read on to discover the upsides and downsides to the most famous districts in Barcelona. Eixample Best suited to: Families and couples. Eixample is safe and quieter than other areas. Highlights: The architecture. Not only is the Sagrada Familia found here, but there is Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. Barcelona’s most exclusive street, Paseo de Gràcia, also calls Eixample home. There …

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Some of Europe’s most vibrant and cultural cities are right on our doorstep. We’re lucky we have easy access to fantastic beach resorts, natural sights and of course, the aforementioned plethora of cities, with history, culture, shopping and night-life. Barcelona is a hugely popular city, thanks to its relatively mild climate all year. Flights over to this massive city are regular and cheap, thanks to low-cost airlines adding it to their schedule. Of course, walking around a city all day can be tiring, and although it’s easy to get around Barcelona thanks to a good metro system and the obligatory …

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