How to Save your Feet when Travelling in Barcelona

Tour Barcelona Barcelona is a large city, with attractions ranging from the beachside to the mountains. Sagrada familia lies in the valley of Barcelona, while Park Guell is situated on the mountains overlooking said Sagrada familia. There is no way you could walk from one attractions to another in a day. So why waste your time walking between attractions and tiring out your kids when there is a better way to explore the city? Don’t tire your family out, book a Hop-on, Hop-off tour! We hope you enjoy our family hotel in Barcelona.

Continue reading “How to Save your Feet when Travelling in Barcelona”

The 4 Best Literary Places in Barcelona

laieBarcelonans loves the arts and Catalan culture and with millions of tourists flocking to the city every year to witness its ever changing vibrant arts it’s no wonder literary places have popped up all over Barcelona. But, even artists, musicians and painters need to relax once in a while. Here are 4 places in Barcelona that the hip artists and musicians go, to enjoy a captivating book or two. We hope you enjoy our hotel in Barcelona for family!

Continue reading “The 4 Best Literary Places in Barcelona”

Besalú: The Town from the Middle Ages

besalu-jewish-townJust one hour and half away is a town from the middle ages and was the capital of the county of Besalú whose territory was the size of Garrotxa and extended into France. It is also credited with the part of the creation of Catalonia. We hope you enjoy our hotel for family in Vilanova I la Geltrú.

Continue reading “Besalú: The Town from the Middle Ages”

The Golden Fish (El Peix)

Barcelona Gehry fishIf you walk along the beach of Barcelona, you will notice an unusual sculpture at the water’s edge. This is one of the symbols for the post-Olympic Barcelona. It is said that if you look at this fish, named El Peix in the right light it looks like its bobbing along the water of Barcelona´s beaches. We hope you enjoy our hotel for family in Barcelona.

Continue reading “The Golden Fish (El Peix)”

Tramvia Blau: Ride Barcelona History

Tramvia BlauThis blue public tram system dates back to 1901 and represents the old Barcelona before the war. If you want to see amazing views of the city this tram runs to the foot of Tibidabo, past Mondernista and Noucentista buildings to get the best of all that Barcelona’s architecture has to offer. We hope you enjoy your stay at our hotel for family in Barcelona.

Continue reading “Tramvia Blau: Ride Barcelona History”