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Cheap flights and Cheap Holidays to Barcelona

Located on the north-eastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula, in the Centre of Catalonia, Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain, after Madrid.

The best time to travel to Barcelona is in spring or autumn, when the weather is nice, with mild to warm temperatures. The sales period starts during these seasons, both in stores and hotels.

What can you see in Barcelona?

Gaudi’s city

Called „the architect of God”, his creations can be seen everywhere: in the Ciutadella Park in Plaça Reia, Gràcia (Casa Vicens), Boulevard Passeig de Gràcia (Casa Batllo and Casa Milà), Park Güell and the magnificent La Sagrada Familia Cathedral

Barri de Santa Maria

Located in the neighbourhood of La Ribera, the beautiful Gothic church is also called „the church of people” for its modest interior without icons, ornaments and special acoustics

Casa Milà

It is called La Pedrera, is considerated to be rather a sculpture than a building, thanks to its façade that ressembles a rock.

Casa Batllo façade

The house was designed to represent the legend of Saint George - the patron of Catalonia - and the Dragon’s.

Sagrada Familia

It is one of the most impressive churches in the world and the most visited attraction in Barcelona. The masterpiece of the Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi is still under construction, although the project was initiated more than 100 years ago, in 1882.

La Rambla

The biggest boulevard, a wide promenade, stretching more than one kilometre. There is also a makeshift stage for artists and living statues, a huge showcase for merchants.


Public transport is accessible for everyone. There are also tourist buses, which can take you to all the most important points. With a single ticket you are going to travel during the day.

Catalan cuisine

The Catalan cuisine has a reputation for producing some of Spain’s finest cuisine. One of the traditional foods is tapas, consisting of a wide variety of appetisers. At the restaurant, the day’s menu is the best solution. For desserts, you must taste the Catalan cream, a local speciality with a sensational taste.