Get 5% off all our hotels with the code PROMAA
Barcelona is an open, modern and cosmopolitan city yet it’s actually one of the oldest cities on the Iberian Peninsula. Since ancient times, Barcelona has served as a gateway to the Mediterranean and Europe for Spain, and since the 1992 Olympics, it’s become one of the most dynamic cities in Europe.
With its climate, beaches, modernist buildings (with architects such as Gaudí, Domènech i Montaner or Puig i Cadafalch and buildings such as the Sagrada Familia, the Casa Batlló or the Palau de la Música), Montjuïc and the Olympic facilities, Camp Nou and the FC Barcelona Museum, the world-famous Las Ramblas, the luxury boutiques along Paseo de Gracia, the mediaeval neighbourhoods of El Born and El Raval with their unusual and quirky shops…
Very few cities are able to bring together innovation and tradition so well, while offering amazing leisure options and being an international business hub thanks to its world-renowned trade fairs and congresses.
Barcelona is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Spain and attracts large numbers of tourists drawn by its climate, people and Mediterranean lifestyle on a daily basis.