Being the second largest city in Spain, it’s no surprise that it's one of the most popular places people come to choose their holiday time in. The city is bustling with both Spanish and English culture, all enjoying its wild nightlife, beer and architecture. With over a million people living there, Barcelona is the city for those who enjoy a holiday full of excitement and vibrancy. It falls sixth in the most populous urban area in Europe, along with cities like Paris and London. The excellence of Barcelona is that visitors are able to see a real Spanish city which also caters for holiday makers at the same time, making sure it gives you a Spanish break to remember.
Places Of Interest
The church of the sacred family in Barcelona is one of the most famous attractions in the city as it is a masterpiece of religious architecture as well as Casa Batllo. Why not try one of Barcelona's 'Cook and Taste' workshops, where you can go to be educated in depth about Spanish cuisine, cook some for yourself and eat it. The Gothic quarter is Barcelona is a popular medieval district and walking areas that date back to the Roman times.
The food in Barcleona is irresistible as you'll be faced with more 'dinner times' than you can imagine. You'll always find an excuse to eat as you'll find places that sell breakfasts, snacks and bears, fast food chains and Spanish restaurants on every corner.