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Located on the north-eastern Mediterranean coast of Spain, Barcelona has much to appeal to residents, tourists and business travellers. As Spain’s second largest city, it’s not only home to over 1.5 million people, but it attracts tourists from all over the world, particularly since it played host to the Olympic Games in 1992.
The city is ultra-modern and yet it still manages to retain its old world charm, and is full of all the things you would expect from a European city of note, including museums, churches, shops, restaurants, nightlife and a number of outdoor markets.
Barcelona-El Prat International Airport plays host to many international airlines and low-cost airlines too. If you’re planning a last-minute visit to the city, you’ll be happy to know that there are around 2,300 hotels in Barcelona, so you’ll always be able to find somewhere to rest your head.
And finding your accommodation is easy too, especially as RentABus Barcelona will be on hand to whisk you from the airport to your accommodation in one of our airport transfer buses in Barcelona.
No visit to Barcelona would be complete without a trip to the Ciutat Vella or the Old City to see the medieval architecture of the Barri Gotic area, or to walk down Las Ramblas, the liveliest pedestrianised street in the city.
The heart of the old town is the Placa de Catalunya with its fountains and statures, while El Portal de L’Angel has some of the most expensive shops and boutiques in the area. There are also miles of beachfront boardwalks to explore so make sure to wear comfy shoes when you’re out exploring.
You’ll also find the Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona here, together with the Naval Museum.
Regardless of your planned itinerary, you should definitely take the time to visit La Sagrada Familia. Its construction began in medieval times and it’s still not quite complete.
It’s stunning and, despite being covered in scaffolding whilst construction is underway, it manages to attract almost 2.8 million visitors every year. It’s the most visited monument in Spain, so make sure you add your name to the visitor list.
If you love modernist architecture, you must visit Eixample where you’ll get to see excellent illustrations of this style in the shape of the Casa Mila, the local district hall and the Temple Expiatori.
When a city is given the honour of being the number one beach city in the world, you know you have to at least check out the beaches.
Even if you don’t have time to sunbathe, make sure you stop for a drink or something to eat at one of the many ‘chiringuitos’. They’re a great place to people watch.
One way to see all Barcelona has to offer is to take a trip on the Harbour Cable Car, which starts its journey from the top of the Torre San Sebastian tower and finishes 1,450 metres later in Montjuic.
When your journey’s over, we’ll be on-hand with our minibuses to take you back to the city. For visitors who want to head a little further afield, a trip to Montserrat is an absolute must.
Not only is it spectacular, but there’s also a monastery and the beauty of the mountain itself to explore. Ask us now about minibus trips to Monserrat.
RentABus Barcelona offers a fleet of modern coaches, minibuses, partybuses and limousines that are perfect for all kinds of group and solo travel.
Whether you want airport collections, sightseeing tours or simply to know that you’re in the safe hands of one of the best minibus hire companies in Barcelona, you’ll get reliable minibus and coach rentals combined with a first class service when you choose RentABus.