Having Gaudí as a cicerone is an excellent way of getting to know the capital of Catalonia: Casa Batlló, Casa Mila, Güell Park... and, of course, the Sagrada Familia. The Gothic Quarter preserves a number of interesting elements, such as Obispo Bridge, which leads to Rey Square. Here, apart from the famous cathedral, one must visit the Picasso Museum. The trendy neighbourhood is now the Born, with the most original shopping available. And a walk through the Ramblas, that cross the heart of the city and lead to the sea between flower stalls and human statues.
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Perfectly located in the 22@ district, our full-service hotel is steps away out from great restaurants, shopping, museums, and beaches.