Overlooking Port Olimpic marina and near the city center, Hotel Arts Barcelona offers the perfect balance of beachside relaxation and city exploration. Visitors can discover the whimsical architecture of Antoni Gaudí, the natural beauty of Montjuïc, the distinct character of different neighborhoods and the energy of the famous La Boqueria food market.
An exceptional historic concert hall in the Modernist architectual style, dating from the early 20th century, the Palau de la Musica has a varied range of concerts and performances from September until June. Guided tours are organised each week to visit the building.
This fascinating residential building designed by Anotnio Gaudi is located on the stylish boulevard Paseo de Gracia. The Pedrera houses a museum about Gaudí's work and an exhibition space with regular art exhibits.
This vibrant market is located in the centre of the famous Ramblas in Barcelona's historic centre. A spectacular display of fresh produce including the central fish market is available in this working market open Monday to Saturday.The colourful displays of fruit and vegetables and the specialist stalls make this visit one of the highlights for visitors to Barcelona.
One of Gaudi’s most legendary works, the gardens of Parc Guell offer surrealist and magical images. The park also houses the Gaudi museum for those interested in discovering more about the life of Barcelona’s most eminent architect.
The famous Ramblas are a series of wide boulevards leading through the old city of Barcelona to the sea. A place for strolling and enjoying the flower stalls, the street theatre, artists and pavement cafes along this tree-lined promenade. The lively heart of the historic centre of Barcelona.
This large park close to Hotel Arts houses the Catalan Parlament as well as many other historic buildings created for the Universal Exhibition of 1888. A spacious park including a Zoo and Zoological museum Parc de la Ciutadela is the perfect place for a gentle stroll for both residents and visitors.