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Inspirato offers a selection of apartment-style homes at Majestic Residences, as well as suites across the road at the Majestic Hotel & Spa Barcelona. Both are nestled along the Passeig de Gracia, one of Barcelona’s main thoroughfares, lined with shops, restaurants, and celebrated architecture. Close by, the Almanac Barcelona is situated within the Eixample district, near some of the best shopping, bars, restaurants, and more. Or opt for the stately Mandarin Oriental hotel with elegant accommodations and Michelin 2-star dining featuring Catalan cuisine.
Where Madrid is Spain’s more buttoned-up capital city, Barcelona is the funkier cousin, with a bohemian streak, cosmopolitan flair, and a laid-back feel that permeates the city. Perched on the northeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula, Barcelona is an inviting city marked by pedestrian-friendly boulevards, busy markets, and a scenic beach promenade. Don’t miss some of Europe’s most photogenic architecture, particularly the buildings designed by Antoni Gaudí', Barcelona’s prodigal son. His whimsical designs are on display at La Sagrada Familia—the unfinished, circa-1882 church still being built—and Park Güell, an outdoor garden with millions of mosaic tiles.
This whimsical hilltop park was created by Antoni Gaudí, an architect who specialized in Catalan modernism. Peruse the park’s free-form sculptures and otherworldly structures, crafted from multi-colored mosaic tiles.
FC Barcelona proudly calls this football stadium home. This is Spain's largest sports ground and, if you're fortunate enough to visit during the season, tickets to a game can be purchased for as low as 29 euros.
Pablo Picasso had strong ties to Barcelona and this museum features more than 4,200 pieces from the prominent 20th-century artist. Two standouts are The First Communion and Science and Charity, both created in the late 1890s.
This modernist structure in the center of the city was designed by Antoni Gaudi and it considered one of his masterpieces. Locally known as the "House of Bones" for its skeletal detail, the home is definitely worth a tour.
Classical music enthusiasts will appreciate this concert hall and its thickly dressed facades. Known as the main concert hall for all of Barcelona, the stages here have hosted many world premieres. See a show during your stay.
Ramble along Las Ramblas, a tree-lined, pedestrian thoroughfare that stretches for three quarters of a mile.The boulevard is lined with shops, restaurants, bars, outdoor cafes, florists, and more.
The weather in Barcelona can be described as pleasant most of the year. August tends to be the hottest month—it’s also the best time to cool off in the refreshing waters along the city’s beaches. May through July and September are typically the most temperate and comfortable. November to February sees temperature dip into the 50s, sometimes below. Though winter is obviously cooler, rain is fairly uncommon.
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