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Reviews of our apartments in Barcelona
We have 564 reviews of our apartments in Barcelona.
The apartment was fine in a great location the only thing wrong with it that the patio doors In the double bedroom did not lock there were know catchers on doors and in the single bedroom where The children were in the roller shutter was broken so it would not go up or down and the patio door in There room we managed to fix it. So not very happy with the response I got of caretaker as he was going to Send someone round to fix them I never heard from him until the day before we left and he said nothing about it I have yourselfs a email about it many thanks DAVID CHURCH.Read more
Exceptional apartment because the top floor close to local commerce with a real life neighborhood. Near tourist sites which are mostly 20 minutes walk. Comfortable beds with nice amenities.Read more
Spacious apartment, well furnished, comfortable and clean. The location is great: close to Passeig de Gracia and a 15-20 minute walk to Placa Catalunya. There are bars, restaurants and supermarkets nearby. The owner is very helpful, nice and kind.Read more
The apartment is charming, well located (close to the metro) and well equipped. Sufficient space for 4. Only downside, there is no real separation between the main bedroom and the living room.Read more
Very comfortable apartment equipped with every comfort. It is a 5-minute walk from the Sagrada Familia and the Metro. The area is well served, opposite is the supermarket. The owner is very helpful and pleasant.Read more
We had a very pleasant stay in Barcelona. Clean, functional apartment, very well placed! The decor is beautiful. The people of the reception were always available, listening, pleasant and very smiling !!! We will come backRead more
Apartments in Barcelona
Known for its vibrant culture, Barcelona city is one of the most visited locations in the world and the ultimate in sun-drenched city breaks. As the capital of Catalonia, it offers plenty to explore for all ages and holidaymakers. Tourists flock to this cosmopolitan metropolis for the exquisite architecture, world-class gastronomy, vibrant nightlife and Mediterranean backdrop with its palm-lined, urban coastline beaches offering a refreshing break by the city's heat.
Barcelona's streets have something to catch your eye in every direction; from the historical relics to the colourful market stalls, street performers, art museums and vibrant street murals. The energy of this colourful city reverberates throughout, bringing together crowds of people from all corners of the globe. Stroll down the atmospheric old quarter, visit Picasso's favourite spots, mingle with the crowds at La Rambla boulevard; or simply unwind and people watch on Barceloneta beach!
The beauty of Barcelona is that it caters to all; whether you want a cultural injection, relaxing coastal break or a place to party under the Mediterranean sun. Our apartments will put you at the heart of it all.
Key holiday info
- A direct flight to Barcelona airport from the UK is approx. 2 hours.
- Barcelona enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate, with the average temperature in summer reaching 28°C.
- Barcelona is Spain's second largest city, and the capital of Catalonia, with approx. 1.6 million residents.
- Barcelona has 9 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Seven of them were created by Gaudi.
- Barcelona is rated as the best beach city in the world, according to National Geographic.
A beginner's guide to renting an apartment in Barcelona
Beautiful Barcelona is a city that has it all; a warm Mediterranean climate, golden beaches, a world-famous cuisine and party scene, and last but not least, the historical gems that remind us of its fascinating past. Catering to all holidaymakers, the capital of Catalonia offers something for everyone.
Key places include:
The seven buildings of Antoni Guadi are examples of the city's exquisite architecture and involvement in surrealist art. The works of Spain's most famous architect are Park Guell, the Casa Milà-La Pedrera, the Casa Vicens, the Nativity Façade, the Crypt of the Sagrada Família, the Casa Batlló, and the Crypt of the Colònia Güel.
Gràcia Barrio is a neighbourhood with a whole lot of flair. Popular with the bohemian crowd, its streets are filled with food and colour during the annual week-long festival in August. The architecture itself here is enough of a reason to visit!
The urban beaches of Barceloneta, Sant Sebastia, Ocata, Bogatell and Mar Bella were created for the 1992 Olympic Games in order to attract more tourists. Their golden sands are the perfect place to people-watch, offering a refreshing break from the busy crowds of the city's centre.
The Picasso Museum is home to some of Picasso's most iconic paintings. Picasso spent much of his youth and his most creative years in Barcelona, and this captivating Medieval-style museum showcases his early works, including art from his famous 'Blue Period.'
Port Olimpic is the world famous 1992 Olympics marina, located to the east of the port of Barcelona. It is also the gateway to Barcelona's urban beaches, where you'll find everything from water sports to some of the finest seafood restaurants in town. Here is also where you can find world-famous waterfront bars such as Opium and Shôko.
Did you know...
- Barcelona is the only city in the world awarded a Royal Gold Medal for architecture by Royal Institute of British Architects
- Barcelona is the biggest city in the Mediterranean with an area of 101.4 km2.
- More than 10% of Barcelona is made up of urban parks. Parc de Collserola is the largest in the world, 22 times larger than NYC's Central Park!
- Barcelona has over 20 Michelin-starred restaurants.
- Barcelona is extremely bike-friendly, with over 180km of bicycle lanes.
Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Barcelona and what to do on your holiday in Barcelona.
8 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists
You may have heard some good things about this city called Barcelona, but don't believe the hype. After reading this article you will never set foot there. **Note: this article may contain sarcasm**
8 February 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists
Barcelona is a vibrant and colourful city, without the chaos of cities like London or Paris. It definitely has a laid-back vibe, and anyone who has visited this Catalan city will tell you that their explorations revolved around hopping from cafe to restaurant to bar sampling the Spanish food and drink on offer.
16 July 2019 Posted in Spain, Top Lists
A trip to Barcelona involves beautiful street adventures full of old buildings and captivating architecture, glorious dining experiences and relaxing sun-filled beach days. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations and for good reason, with so much to see and do, and that blissful Barcelona weather that never wavers. Here are 8 reasons why you should started packing your bags right now...
21 February 2019 Posted in Spain
Barcelona’s enchanting assortment of old and new styles will have you admiring an imposing Gothic cathedral one minute and surrealist 20th century sculptures the next; whether it’s the fantastic and incomplete Sagrada Familia with its twisting spires or simply a table full of colourful Spanish tapas, Barcelona puts on an incomparable show. Here are the 10 best things we love about Barcelona...
29 March 2019 Posted in Spain
A villa holiday in the seaside city of Barcelona offers an enchanting assortment of cosmopolitan life, world-class restaurants, museums, art galleries and laid-back beach life. Spain's most-loved city is home to an imposing Gothic cathedral, surrealist 20th century, a world renowned football stadium and incomparable tapas bars. Sold? Well, here's some incredible photos of Barcelona to seal the deal on your next city break...
11 March 2019 Posted in Spain, Guest Posts
When you arrive on holiday somewhere new, there's nothing like asking the locals where the best places are to eat and drink. It's often that one hidden bar or restaurant that can make your time in a new place even more special. The dining scene in Barcelona is second to none, featuring some of the finest Spanish cuisine in the world. We spoke to local and travel enthusiast Andreas Olsson for his recommendations on where to enjoy the best food and drink in Barcelona...
20 March 2019 Posted in Spain, Inspirations
One of our most popular destinations, unsurprisingly, is Spain, and as such, we thought we’d kick off our Books and Beaches series of blogs by focusing on Barcelona in particular and the wonderful novel, ‘The Shadow of the Wind’ by Carlos Ruiz Zafón. Come along, let's follow in the footsteps of Daniel...
20 March 2019 Posted in Spain, Clickstay on Tour
Next up in our 'Clickstay on Tour' Series, our lovely Michaela jets off to Spain for a four-day holiday to Barcelona with SEVEN friends! Here’s what she got up to…