Barcelona, Spain

Apartments in Barcelona – The best type of accommodation

Barcelona apartments - Barcelona accommodation


Barcelona is a storybook city, boasting a narrative woven with rich cultural heritage, a vibrant art scene, and delicious foodie hotspots and, of course, the grand architectural masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi. Throughout the city there are pockets of whimsical wonder, compelling history, and rustic, picturesque scenes, each of which hold something different for visitors – whether it’s the trendy tapas bars of El Born, the winding alleyways of the Gothic Quarter, or the colourful street performances on La Rambla.

We have a huge variety of apartments in Barcelona, from spacious flats with sea views to smaller, short term rentals. We have every base covered for the perfect holiday, whether you’re looking for boutique apartments in the heart of the Gothic Quarter or cheap studios in the trendy El Born district. Browse through our collection of lodgings to find the best place to stay for your trip.

Things to do in Barcelona

  • Casa Mila – Also known as La Pedrera, Casa Mila is a quirky architectural gem designed by Gaudi in the early 1900s which sits amongst designer stores on the famous Passeig de Gracia.
  • Gothic Quarter – Wind your way through the narrow, rustic streets of Barcelona’s old Gothic Quarter and dip into ice cream parlours, boutique stores, and cosy bars.
  • Casa Batllo – Another of Gaudi’s houses that sits proudly on the Passeig de Gracia. Visitors can wander around inside and admire the beautiful craftsmanship.
  • Magic Fountain of Montjuic – At night, this centrally located fountain bursts into a vibrant performance, showering onlookers with colour and music.
  • Montjuic – Grab a cable car ride up the crest of Barcelona’s most famous mountain and admire the spectacular views from the top.
  • Camp Nou – Barcelona’s home football stadium is a must-visit for any sports lovers. Take a tour through the underground players’ rooms and enjoy a drink in the bar.
  • Museu Picasso – Tucked away down the sidestreets of El Born, the Picasso Museum showcases a range of colour work from the world’s most famous cubist artist.
  • Parc de la Ciutadella – The local’s favourite park is the perfect place to while away a weekend afternoon, strolling amongst the greenery and enjoying the peaceful backdrop of lakes and trees.
  • Barcelona Cathedral – Nestled in the middle of the winding Gothic Quarter, Barcelona Cathedral rises proudly upwards – a bastion of intricate Spanish architecture and religion.
  • Palau Reial – Grab a bite to eat and a drink in one of the city’s most famous squares, surrounded by palm trees and quirky Gaudi statues.
  • Arc de Triomf – Not to be confused with its Parisian counterpart, the Arc de Triomf is a fine example of architecture in Barcelona, standing proud in a popular, trendy square.
  • Barcelona Zoo – A collection of exotic and familiar animals on show in the picturesque surroundings of the Parc de la Ciutadella – perfect for family days out.
  • Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya – Barcelona and the surrounding region boasts a rich cultural history, home to world-famous artists and local stars, which you can explore in this central institution.
  • La Rambla – The most famous street in Barcelona boasts a collection of local eateries, cool bars, and boutique shops, as well as colourful shows from street performers.
  • Mercat de la Boqueria – Staying in an apartment in Barcelona provides the perfect opportunity to home cook some of the delicious, fresh food available around the city. Head to La Boqueria, a covered food market, to pick up some tasty Spanish ingredients.
  • Santa Maria del Mar – Explore this imposing church that sits high and proud in the Ribera district. Stemming back to the early 14th Century, it is a historic and religious reminder of Catalonia’s prominent maritime and mercantile era.
  • Poble Espanyol – Another excellent example of intricate Spanish craftsmanship, this popular architectural museum is situated in the heart of all the action, just a stone’s throw from the Montjuic Fountains.
  • Tibidabo – It might well be lesser-known than Montuic, but Mount Tibidabo is the tallest mountain in the Serra de Collserola, jutting upwards to the north-west of the city. Climb to the top for incredible panoramic views across the city below.
  • La Sagrada Familia – Gaudi’s most famous masterpiece is a must-visit, with its jutting turrets and beautiful stained-glass interior.
  • Park Guell – Wander through the green gardens of Gaudi’s park, admiring the colourful collection of tropical plants and the whimsical work of Gaudi himself.




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