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Vacation Rental Price Information in Barcelona
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. Prices reach their highest point in July, where prices are an average of $286 a night (7/13 - 7/20). In April (4/11 - 4/18), prices will hit an average low of $146 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Barcelona
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Barcelona. More people travel to Barcelona a week in April (4/18 - 4/25). So far, 73% of the rentals are occupied this week. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in October (10/26 - 11/2).
The Weather in Barcelona
The above is a climate diagram for Barcelona. August is the warmest month of the year in Barcelona with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is April while the driest month is January.
Discover Spanish delights at vacation rentals in Barcelona
While sports fans can take a behind-the-scenes tour of FC Barcelona's famous Camp Nou Stadium, architecture lovers would be hard pressed to see all of the city's architectural landmarks in a single visit. The beauty of Barcelona is that there's something for everyone here.
Families can look forward to exploring the city's beaches, amusement parks, museums, and diverse restaurant scene. Unique culinary experiences such as ham and wine tastings make Barcelona a delight for foodies – at Barcelona's local market, visitors can sign up for a guided food tour that ends with a cooking class.
There's also a wide variety of vacation homes in this popular city, suiting every guest. Whether you want a cozy cottage, well-equipped modern apartment, stylish condo with a pool, or a large vacation house for a family trip, Barcelona has you covered.
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 7.5 miles from the city. Therefore, traveling from the airport to Barcelona’s city center is easy and fast, with a range of transportation options available, such as trains, buses, taxis, coaches and rental 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 rental car, simply follow the C-31 motorway which will quickly lead you into the heart of the city, where you will find many Barcelona vacation rentals.
Eating out in Barcelona: Discover Catalan cuisine
A vacation in Barcelona wouldn't be complete without tucking into some tasty Catalan dishes. The cuisine has a history of honoring locally sourced ingredients and fresh produce, as evidenced in dishes such as grilled escalivada (smoked vegetables), escudella i carn d'olla (a traditional stew), and mel i mato (a sweet delicacy made of Mato cheese, honey, and walnuts).
Can Culleretes is something of an institution in Barcelona, being its oldest restaurant. This family-run eatery is considered one of the city's best for its traditional Catalan fare. Its bargain prices and hearty portions draw locals and travelers alike. Popular items on the menu include stuffed canelons (Catalan pasta), wild boar stew, and escudella (traditional stew made with meat and assorted vegetables).
If fine dining is more your style, 7 Portes (named after its seven doors) is the place to visit. Beautiful 19th-century décor gives the restaurant an elegant vibe, while live music entertains guests as they dine. The paella here, served with generous portions of fresh seafood, is particularly famous. The susquet de rape (a soup-like stew made with fish and potatoes) and zarzuela (a Mediterranean shellfish stew) are other popular menu items here.
Architectural attractions in Barcelona: Structures by Antoni Gaudí
Famous architect Antoni Gaudí and Modernisme, his architectural style, are virtually synonymous with Barcelona. Among the most famous of his buildings is the Sagrada Família, a splendid, massive Roman Catholic church that is yet unfinished despite its construction starting in 1892.
Check out Parc Güell, another Gaudi masterpiece, which was constructed in 1900–1914. This UNESCO World Heritage Site comprises a breathtaking garden and interesting buildings. With arches, columns, stairways, a gazebo, and even a giant ceramic dragon, this dreamlike park is a true fantasy.
Barcelona for families: Beach time and a chocolate museum
The city’s proximity to the sea makes it perfect for family fun outdoors. Stretching over 4.5km, Barcelona's coastline boasts many beautiful beaches, including Barceloneta and Mar Bella. With several Blue Flag beaches in the region, visitors can enjoy a host of water sports, try angling, or charter a boat from the marinas for a memorable trip. Tour on a traditional Golondrina boat to see the city from a different vantage point.
Chocolate, a passion shared by people of all ages, is celebrated in Barcelona – there's an entire museum dedicated to the confection. A private museum set up by the Barcelona Confectioners' Guild, Museu de la Xocolata is a fascinating space with various artworks crafted from edible chocolate. Bring your family and learn about the history of this sweet delight through a tour or hands-on workshop.
Barcelona’s annual celebrations: Carnival and music festivals
Celebrated around February and March, Barcelona's Carnival is Spain’s answer to Rio's Carnival and New Orleans' Mardi Gras. This historic week-long festival gets the city streets buzzing with more than 30 parades. Expect to see colorful floats, live music, local dances, food markets, and a stellar fireworks show.
In June, the city celebrates Sonar Festival, one of the world's biggest and best electronic music events. The three-day festival has some of the best known and up-and-coming electronic music artists, as well as workshops, record fairs, and multimedia art events. Sonar has established Barcelona as the center of the electronic music scene in Europe by showcasing over a hundred global artists annually.
In the second half of September, Barcelona celebrates the Feste de La Mercè, in honor of Our Lady of Mercy, the city’s patron saint. The week-long party includes over 600 events, with street theater, free concerts, traditional Catalan performances, kids' activities, and lots of fireworks.
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