Apartment At Sea Near Barcelona For Group. The apartment can accommodate up to 10 people. Price 10 people Low season: 600 euros Middle season: 650 euros Hight season: 900 euros more info...
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Barcelona's lively cultural scene, fine weather and fantastic Mediterranean setting make it one of the most exciting destinations in Europe. Finding the fun is easy in seaside Barcelona, but an apartment may be harder to come by. The choices are overwhelming: which neighbourhood to choose? What kind of Barcelona apartment to rent? Follow our brief city guide and more detailed neighbourhood guides to make the right choice for your stay in Barcelona. All of our Barcelona apartments are available for short term rental.
Selfcateringhols.com offers many Barcelona apartments, so whether you're looking for the buzz of the city centre or a scenic spot in the outskirts, here you'll find a Barcelona apartment that's ideal for you. Since we specialize in short-term rentals in Barcelona, the apartments you see listed here can be booked by the night (3-night minimum), giving you total flexibility.
Our properties are scattered throughout the city's numerous neighbourhoods, each with its own attitude and style. If you're longing to be in the heart of Barcelona, an apartment in the Barri G?tic is ideal. Within walking distance to Las Ramblas, the Cathedral, great shops, and the best restaurants of Barcelona are apartments ranging from comfortable budget accommodations to luxury penthouse flats.
For lots of history and easy access to the main sights, museums and churches, choose an apartment in Barcelona's Born (aka: La Ribera) quarter. El Born was the centre of medieval Barcelona, and apartments in this area are located in historic buildings. Many boast unique elements like original wood-beam ceilings. El Born is also known for its bars and nightclubs.
Another nightlife hotspot is the Raval district, where we have several recently restored apartments. Barcelona's Former red-light district, now El Raval is known for having the most multi-cultural community in Barcelona. Apartments here put you within easy strolling distance of the central Pla?a Catalunya, Las Ramblas, and great museums.
To be surrounded by the Modernist masterpieces and the highest of high-end shopping, choose an apartment in Barcelona's elegant L'Eixample district, where you'll find Gaud?'s La Pedrera and all the top boutiques of Barcelona. Apartments in this quarter are stylish and modern, and are well-connected to the main sights of Barcelona.
An apartment on the beach is ideal for summer. Seaside La Barceloneta is a character-filled barri where you'll find the top seafood restaurants of Barcelona and apartments with sea views. Further from the centre is another seaside district, Diagonal Mar. Diagonal Mar feels like another world, though it's just ten minutes by metro to the centre of Barcelona. Apartments here are new and spacious, and many also offer excellent Barcelona views.
Gr?cia is Barcelona's artsy quarter. The neighbourhood is well outside the historic centre of the city, but it's well-connected by metro to the rest of Barcelona. Apartments here are set on or near Gr?cia's scenic caf?-filled plazas.
For the utmost in peace and quiet, book an apartment in Barcelona's forest-filled Collserola district. Collserola, a string of green hills that provides the city's north-western boundary, is full of trails and hiking paths. If you want a relaxing stay in Barcelona, an apartment in this quiet, tree-filled area is ideal.
Barcelona has a typical Mediterranean climate: it's hot in summer and cool but rarely cold in winter. Summers are long and (usually) dry, with beach-going heat arriving in late May and staying until October. Spring is notoriously unpredictable; you may be sunbathing one day and heading off to snow ski the next. This is the rainiest season, but you'll rarely have more than a day or two of wet weather.
Barcelona's monthly average temperatures are: January: 9?C February: 10?C March: 12?C April: 14?C May: 17?C June: 21?C July: 24?C August: 24?C September: 22?C October: 18?C November: 13?C December: 10?C
Barcelona's El Prat international airport is a busy place, and flights from the UK (a two-hour trip) come and go constantly. To get into the centre of Barcelona from the airport, you can catch one of the Renfe trains, which run twice an hour and take 20 minutes to get to the semi-central Sants train station. You can also hop on the Aerobus, a big blue bus that stops outside the terminals every 15 minutes and takes you straight to Barcelona's ultra-central Pla?a Catalunya. If you choose to take a taxi, expect to pay ?15-?20 for a ride to central Barcelona.
In Barcelona, getting around is a breeze. The extensive metro system is safe and easy to use, and the buses (a bit more complicated to figure out, but useful just the same) criss-cross every nook and cranny of the city. Walking is an excellent option too, as Barcelona is a great city for strolling and most major sites are in a radius of just a few kilometres.