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Cool for Catalans: 10 stylish places to stay in Barcelona - theguardian.com - Sweden
theguardian.com
12.02.2024

Cool for Catalans: 10 stylish places to stay in Barcelona

There’s always a buzz at Casa Bonay: its chic bars, reasonably priced rooms and restaurants – just a stone’s throw from the city’s imposing Arc de Triomf – are a draw for both visitors and locals. With mosaic-tiled floors, statement sliding doors and floods of natural light, sleeping quarters here are an oasis of cool and calm, complete with Mubi streaming and yoga mats. The rooftop is split between a seasonal dining space and guest-only urban garden, while downstairs there’s a restaurant, coffee shop and bustling cocktail bar serving into the early hours. Plus, bikes to explore the city are free of charge. Rooms from £117, casabonay.com

I flew on the world's best business class that can cost over $8,500 for a round trip. Here's what it was like. - insider.com - Spain - Los Angeles - Qatar - city Doha
insider.com
13.02.2024

I flew on the world's best business class that can cost over $8,500 for a round trip. Here's what it was like.

Qatar Airways has won the best business-class title for years — so I was excited to finally fly it when I traveled to Spain last year. 

The 17 best things to do in Barcelona in 2024 - lonelyplanet.com - Spain - Palau
lonelyplanet.com
12.02.2024

The 17 best things to do in Barcelona in 2024

Barcelona is Spain's most visited city, and it's not hard to see why – the historic capital of Catalonia is packed with galleries, museums, attractions and an incredible food scene.

Picasso’s Barcelona: in the footsteps of the artist as a young man - theguardian.com - France - Palau - city Santiago - city Santa - county La Plata
theguardian.com
09.02.2024

Picasso’s Barcelona: in the footsteps of the artist as a young man

Pablo Ruiz Picasso was born in Málaga and spent most of his life in France, but it was arguably in Barcelona that his evolution as the most celebrated artist of the 20th century began.

Barcelona: A Pioneer in Sustainable Tourism Emerges as Europe’s Premier Destination - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - city Stockholm
breakingtravelnews.com
19.01.2024

Barcelona: A Pioneer in Sustainable Tourism Emerges as Europe’s Premier Destination

Over the years, Barcelona has undertaken numerous sustainable initiatives, transforming itself into one of Europe’s most environmentally conscious cities. Significantly, the city is a proud signatory of the Glasgow Declaration, demonstrating its dedication to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Barcelona also holds the distinguished title of the world’s first Biosphere City, underscoring its unwavering commitment to shaping a sustainable future. The milestone of becoming the number one city in Europe for sustainable tourism is a testament to Barcelona’s meticulous focus on various aspects of environmental stewardship. Boasting one of Europe’s cleanest and most efficient public transport systems, Barcelona sets the gold standard with a fleet of low or zero-emission vehicles, contributing to reduced carbon footprints. With an impressive array of 283 sustainable tourism options, Barcelona surpasses its European counterparts, leaving Stockholm’s 134 offerings behind.

Stay Minutes Away From Gaudí's Masterpiece at These Beautiful Airbnbs Near Park Güell - matadornetwork.com
matadornetwork.com
16.12.2023

Stay Minutes Away From Gaudí's Masterpiece at These Beautiful Airbnbs Near Park Güell

Park Güell, a public park system in the district of Gracia, Barcelona, is spread over 17 hectares of hilly land and welcomes approximately nine million visitors annually. Originally designed by Antoni Gaudí as a residential estate, the failed housing project became a municipal park in 1926 and a World Heritage site in 1984. Within the park, every path you tread, bench you rest on, and vista you admire are a testament to Gaudí’s architectural brilliance. Whether you’re an art enthusiast or not, Park Güell deserves a spot on your travel itinerary of Barcelona. Because of its popularity, the attraction can be extremely busy, especially in the summer months. On all days of the week, between 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM, you’ll be jostling for a view. One way around this is to stay close by in a Park Güell Airbnb and visit first thing in the morning or at sunset. The vacation rentals below are in or around the Gracia area and have rave reviews, outdoor spaces, and beautiful decor to complement the experience of visiting one of the world’s most colorful parks.

Spanish cruise holiday warning as guests told ‘all-inclusive’ drinks will be taxed - euronews.com - Spain - Norway - Britain
euronews.com
22.09.2023

Spanish cruise holiday warning as guests told ‘all-inclusive’ drinks will be taxed

A cruise ship holiday is the height of luxury; a time to sit back and have all your needs and travel yearnings met on one giant vessel.

Greece, Spain, Cyprus: When is the best time of year to travel to cut costs and avoid crowds? - euronews.com - Spain - city Amsterdam - Croatia - Greece - Cyprus - city Athens
euronews.com
01.09.2023

Greece, Spain, Cyprus: When is the best time of year to travel to cut costs and avoid crowds?

After a summer of travel plagued by extreme heat, disruption and unpredictable weather, many of us are looking to holiday outside of the peak season.

An AI Travel Assistant Creates a Bourdain-Inspired, First-Day Guide To Barcelona - matadornetwork.com - Spain
matadornetwork.com
01.09.2023

An AI Travel Assistant Creates a Bourdain-Inspired, First-Day Guide To Barcelona

Anthony Bourdain was a prolific chef, author, and TV personality who changed the world of travel and food. Today, five years after he committed suicide, there still hasn’t been anyone able to take his place in the culture, though many have tried. Throughout his career, Bourdain’s work emphasized cultural exchange, open-mindedness, and deep respect for the people he encountered in his travels in a way unlike any other, using food to bridge cultural gaps and explore the shared human experience.

Sleep as Close as You Can Get To La Sagrada Família by Staying at These 7 Barcelona Hotels - matadornetwork.com - Spain
matadornetwork.com
01.09.2023

Sleep as Close as You Can Get To La Sagrada Família by Staying at These 7 Barcelona Hotels

If there’s one site you cannot pass on while visiting Barcelona, it’s La Sagrada Família. The immense basilica is famed architect Antoni Gaudí’s most celebrated creation and the most iconic edifice in a city filled with great architecture. Taking a guided tour of this UNESCO World heritage site is a no-brainer, but you can do much better than a quick visit if you want to admire the site. Booking a hotel near La Sagrada Família (maybe even a hotel with views of the basilica) will allow you to see Gaudí’s last and most cherished project again and again. After all, you can never get enough.

Tourism Is on the Ballot in Spain’s Local Elections - skift.com - Spain - France
skift.com
25.08.2023

Tourism Is on the Ballot in Spain’s Local Elections

Scrawled across Barcelona’s opera house, along the city’s renowned La Rambla boulevard, is expletive-laden graffiti urging tourists to “go home”.

Madrid Bets Big on Five-Star Hotels to Attract Luxury Travelers - skift.com - Spain - Usa - city Santo
skift.com
25.08.2023

Madrid Bets Big on Five-Star Hotels to Attract Luxury Travelers

As pandemic travel restrictions began to ease in the spring of 2021, foreign tourists returning to Madrid discovered the city’s downtown had undergone a makeover.

The Most Colorful Park in the World Is Actually a Failed Housing Estate for the Rich - matadornetwork.com - county Park
matadornetwork.com
25.07.2023

The Most Colorful Park in the World Is Actually a Failed Housing Estate for the Rich

The most visited attraction in Barcelona, Park Güell gives La Sagrada Família, the most iconic building in the city, some stiff competition. Just like the extraordinary church, the park is one of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí’s marvellous creations, of which there are seven in Barcelona (all are UNESCO World Heritage sites). Now famous throughout the world for their extraordinary colors, pattern, shapes, and decorative elements, Gaudí’s works can easily be visited, including Park Güell where you can spend hours roaming the beautiful 30 acres.

Madrid or Barcelona: which should you visit first? - roughguides.com - Spain - Usa - city Madrid - city Few - county San Miguel
roughguides.com
21.07.2023

Madrid or Barcelona: which should you visit first?

Spain’s two biggest cities have long had a friendly rivalry – and it goes far beyond football. Madrid is, of course, Spain’s capital city and as well as being more or less geographically at the centre of the country, it is also the centre politically, economically and culturally – as well as the home of the Spanish monarchy.

Go solo: the 20 best places to travel alone - roughguides.com - Spain - county Hot Spring - city New York - city Copenhagen - Guatemala - city Guatemala - Cuba - Indonesia - Kenya - city Shutterstockthe - city Havana, Cuba
roughguides.com
21.07.2023

Go solo: the 20 best places to travel alone

Solo travel can be one of the most rewarding ways to explore the world. Whether you'd rather spend it on a desert island or in a frenetic new city, here's our pick of some of the best places to travel alone.

Best things to do in Spain - roughguides.com - Spain - state Nevada - city Madrid - county Sierra
roughguides.com
21.07.2023

Best things to do in Spain

From the gorgeous coastline and buzzing cities to delectable food and delicious wines, there's plenty to see and do in Spain. Before we get stuck into the full list, here are 25 things you shouldn't miss.

Where to stay in Barcelona - roughguides.com - Spain - city Madrid, Spain
roughguides.com
21.07.2023

Where to stay in Barcelona

Barcelona – Spain’s second city – sets the template for urban style, hip design and sheer non-stop energy. Where others tinker at the edges, time and again Barcelona has reinvented itself. And as you'd expect for somewhere this vibrant, there's plenty of choice when deciding where to stay in Barcelona.

The best beaches in Spain - roughguides.com - Spain - county La Plata - county Sierra
roughguides.com
21.07.2023

The best beaches in Spain

Thanks to its ample coastline there are hundreds of incredible beaches in Spain. With so many options, choosing where to go can often be a troublesome decision. To save you the pain of searching for your perfect stretch of sand, here’s our round-up of the best beaches in Spain.

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