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What to see in Barcelona?

The most modern and cosmopolitan city in the Iberian peninsula offers an endless array of leisure plans, monuments, unique architecture, amongst other places of interest. The Negresco Princess provides you with this interactive map so you can locate the places you wish to visit during your stay in Barcelona. The hotel’s fantastic central location makes the Negresco Princess the perfect hotel to see all the city’s sights and attractions. Barcelona is a city to be enjoyed on foot thanks to its traditional flower patterned paving and the lively atmosphere of its streets.

Infinite leisure plans await you in Barcelona. The city has a wide variety of cultural treasures such as museums, churches, parks and unique buildings (Casa Batlló and Casa Milà or “La Pedrera” as it is also known). The city is famous for its modernist architecture including works by the Catalan genius, Antoni Gaudí, who designed the Sagrada Familia and Parque Güell which are two must-sees the city has to offer. Barcelona is also a city of beaches and mountains. Here you can walk along the Barceloneta beach and swim in the Mediterranean Sea, or climb the beautiful Montjuïc and enjoy stunning views over the city.

Another one of Barcelona’s highlights is its varied cuisine. The Negresco Princess has a terrace on the 7th floor offering superb gourmet cuisine: the ideal place to enjoy an aperitif as you gaze across the city. Near the hotel there are many bars and restaurants offering varied and delicious dining options, such as The Corner Bar, a wonderful place for enjoying a quiet drink. Nearby are also traditional markets for a different culinary experience for all the senses. If you like shopping, Barcelona won’t disappoint. Close to the hotel you can explore the exclusive boutiques of Passeig de Gràcia, the Corte Inglés department store in Plaza de Cataluña, and the traditional family-run shops in Las Ramblas and Portal del Ángel, and it’s only a bus ride to the Roca Village shopping outlet where you can find a great selection of shops and stores for all tastes and pockets.

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