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Barcelona, an open, cosmopolitan and modern city

La Rambla and el Raval

La Rambla runs between the Plaza de Catalunya and the port. It is a unique promenade, lively and colourful, full of newspaper stands, craft products and flower stalls. More than 1,200 metres of thoroughfare which anyone who visits Barcelona simply must visit.

Four of our hotels in Barcelona are located near La Rambla: H10 Casanova, H10 Universitat, H10 Urquinaona Plaza, H10 Metropolitan, H10 Racó del Pi and H10 Catalunya Plaza. And the Raval, the city's multicultural neighbourhood par excellence, begins on the other side of the Rambla. If you come to stay at one of these hotels in the centre of Barcelona you can stroll leisurely through La Boqueria market, Plaza Real, el Palau de la Virreina or visit el Grand Theatre of the Liceu.

Gothic neighbourhood and the Born

During your stay in the H10 Montcada, H10 Cubik, H10 Madison or the H10 Racó del Pi, you can go for a stroll through the Gothic neighbourhood, delighting in the remains of the old Roman city, the medieval buildings, the Museum of History or the Cathedral. The Gothic neighbourhood houses the palaces of the City Hall and the Government of Catalonia, the Cathedral of Barcelona and other gothic churches, such as Sant Just, Santa Maria del Pi or Pastor. Very nearby is the Born, a neighbourhood where the city's most modern shops are located.

La Ribera

La Ribera is the neighbourhood of the Church of Santa María del Mar, one of the city's best-known. Its streets combine the gothic and neoclassic styles of the buildings of Via Laietana, typical of the architecture of one of our hotels in Barcelona: the H10 Montcada. Many artists have set up their workshops in La Ribera, following the tradition of the area where the city's craftsmen used to live.​

 
The Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family

If you come to one of our hotels in the centre of Barcelona, you really must visit The Expiatory Temple of the Holy Family, the key work of the modernist architect Gaudí, who laid the first stone in 1882, in a work that is still being built. You can see this temple on the city's skyline from the window of many of our hotels.

Güell Park

If you stay at one of our hotels in the centre of Barcelona, make the most of the chance to go for a stroll through the Güell Park, full of modernist gardens, sculptures and flights of stairs typical of Gaudí, as it will not leave you indifferent. After visiting this park full of fantasy and colour, come for a rest at any of the H10 Hotels establishments in Barcelona.

La Pedrera

La Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera, was declared a World Heritage Site in 1984. This building, standing almost at the end of the famous Paseo de Gracia, is full of charm and boasts an interior design that is well worth a visit. Take a break and stop for a bite to eat at one restaurants in our hotels in the centre of Barcelona, and then go on with your walk.

Modernism – El Quadrat d’Or

As if it were a chess board, L’Eixample is “El Quadrat d’Or” [Golden Square] of Modernism. You simply must not miss out on the opportunity to stroll through the grid-like streets of L'Eixample, all of them buzzing with life.

The Port, Barceloneta and the Olympic Village

Barcelona is a seaside city: more than 4 km of beaches, la Barceloneta, the traditional neighbourhood of sailors and fishermen, and the Olympic Village (designed especially for the 1992 Olympic Games). In the Olympic Port area, the bars and restaurants serve good food any time of day. Or perhaps you would rather enjoy of a broad variety of sea activities and sports.

© Contents and images on activities from the web site of Turisme de Barcelona.​

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