Barcelona hotels, flights & sightseeing - the insider guide that will really make your trip
If you're looking for the best information on getting the most out of your weekend break in Barcelona then you've come to the right place.
Barcelona has much to offer you if you're interested in history, art or architecture, or just enjoying the Mediterranean climate while dining al fresco from a huge choice of restaurants.
Barcelona's history has always been rather turbulent, with the Catalan language banned on a number of occasions throughout the ages, most recently by the dictator General Franco. Franco's death in 1975 began the road to democracy and the 1978 Spanish Constitution included autonomy for all the regions in Spain, since when the language and culture have been allowed to flourish.
See Leo Messi and the rest of the Barça squad work their on pitch wonders at the Nou Camp.
All tickets are provided by an authorised agent for FC Barcelona.
The 1992 Olympics put Barcelona firmly back on the international map with huge investment in the city, and the creation of the modern European city we see today.
2004's International Forum of Cultures saw more investment in the city and the opening of a number of new Barcelona hotels to cope with the number of visitors to the city.
This Barcelona guide provides information on topics of interest to the visitor, such as Barcelona hotels and accommodation, flights, car hire, football tickets, sightseeing and restaurants and bars.
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