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Price and Availability Index Barcelona
Holiday Letting Price Information in Barcelona
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Barcelona for the next twelve months. The most expensive prices are in August (03/08 - 10/08). Prices reach an average of £183 per night. Prices decrease in a week of November (17/11 - 24/11), where average prices are £108.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Barcelona
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Barcelona for the next twelve months. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Barcelona is in August (03/08 - 10/08). On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in November (24/11 - 01/12).
The weather in Barcelona
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is August. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The wettest month is April with 9 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 4 rainy days in January, which is the driest month.
Barcelona Apartments: Make the most of Spain's cultural hotspot
A vibrant metropolis, Barcelona is the most populous city on the Mediterranean and the second largest in Spain. A visit here is an absolute must for those who are interested history, architecture and the arts. The city's endless array of museums, galleries, theatres and historical landmarks is sure to keep you busy. When it is time to slow down and enjoy the hot Catalan sun, there are also the wonderful beaches.
Choose from a range of outstanding Barcelona holiday lettings, located throughout the city, and enjoy the privacy and comfort of your own apartment. After a long day spent sightseeing or lounging on the beach, Barcelona holiday homes are ideal, to unwind in peace and prepare for the next day's fun.
Journey into Barcelona
Barcelona’s airport is a major hub, receiving flights from across Europe and the world. Though the airport is large, it is located a mere 12 km from the city. Therefore, travelling from the airport to Barcelona’s city centre is easy and fast, with a range of transportation options available, such as trains, buses, taxis, coaches and letting cars. Public transportation is relatively quick, especially the R2N train line. For more comfort and a quicker departure and journey, a taxi is a good option and will not break the bank. If taking a letting car, simply follow the C-31 motorway which will quickly lead you into the heart of the city, where you will find many Barcelona holiday lettings.
Barcelona and its cuisine
Barcelona is a foodie's paradise, with numerous restaurants and cafés serving delicious Catalan cuisine, often in the form of tapas. Catalan dishes are full of fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and can be ordered in traditional eateries and modern restaurants across the city. Head to Quimet for some delectable tapas and excellent wines, all served in a cosy yet lively setting. Beer enthusiasts should try El Vaso de Oro, where a wide selection of high quality beers are complemented by traditional and hearty dishes, including patatas bravas and meatballs with cuttlefish.
One of the benefits of a Barcelona holiday letting is that you can also cook at home. Visit the beautiful La Boqueria Market and pick up an assortment of fresh and colourful ingredients before trying your hand at creating fine Catalan cuisine.
Of course, being a truly cosmopolitan city, Barcelona has a wide range of international restaurants, from Moroccan to Italian, French to Thai. As Barcelona is next to the sea, you can also find plenty of extremely fresh seafood in the city.
Barcelona and its sights
When it comes to impressive landmarks, Barcelona is world renowned. Immerse yourself in its history and culture when you visit locations such as the city’s Gothic Quarter, also known as Barri Gòtic, This Roman and Medieval centre of the original Barcelona today finds itself in the core of the modern city. Within its maze of narrow streets, you can find the Santa Eulàlia Cathedral, also known as Barcelona Cathedral. This colossal piece of Gothic architecture stands at a whopping 90 m.
Park Güell is also well worth a visit. Made up of gardens and striking buildings, it was designed by Antoni Gaudí and offers outstanding views across Barcelona. Gaudí’s work is also displayed in Barcelona’s city centre, in the form of Casa Batlló. This world-famous building was designed in 1904 and is regarded as one of Gaudí’s masterpieces.
Head to the city’s exciting Tibidabo Amusement Park for fun rides and more great views of the city. Whatever you decide to do in the city, choosing from a range of Barcelona holiday lettings gives you a comfortable place to call home.
Barcelona’s art and culture
Barcelona is a haven of culture, with numerous art galleries and museums. Visit the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya to learn about Catalan art and design. This large gallery is housed in the Palau Nacional, or National Palace, which is a grand building constructed in the late 1920s. Another great gallery is the Picasso Museum, which displays one of the most extensive collections of pieces by the famed Spanish artist. In fact, here you can admire an amazing 4,251 of his works.
If you wish to have a night out at the theatre, the beautiful Lliure Theatre is a great option and is considered to be the most prestigious theatre in Catalonia. The National Theatre of Catalonia is housed in a more modern but equally impressive building and encompasses three theatre spaces.
With Barcelona holiday lettings, you can get the most out of your visit, knowing that you have a good base to return to after exciting days spent exploring this wonderful city. Indeed, Barcelona holiday homes provide comfort and privacy, so that your stay is relaxing and stress-free.
Unique sights of Barcelona
Basilica of the Sagrada Familia
An iconic feature of Barcelona’s skyline, the Basilica was designed by Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, who worked on it up until his death in 1926.
Nestled in the heart of the city, the Gothic Quarter is a charming labyrinth of narrow streets. The area is home to historic buildings, Roman ruins and quaint squares.
Camp Nou is a football stadium and has been home to FC Barcelona since 1957. It is the largest stadium in Spain and Europe and is also the third largest in the world.
Another of architect Antoni Gaudí's designs, Park Guell sits on Carmel Hill overlooking Barcelona. The park, opened to the public in 1926, is a treasure trove of gardens and signature Gaudí design touches.
Casa Batlló is located in the Eixample neighbourhood. One of Antoni Gaudí’s masterpieces, the building has an organic quality with a number of fascinating quirks.
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