Barcelona has long been the choice destination for the elite seeking a memorable vacation.
Sun, sand and a city packed with attractions to suit all tastes, must-see architecture and some of the friendliest people on the planet, Barcelona has it all for the Elite Traveler.
While the city has remained one of the top destinations in Europe thanks to its laid-back lifestyle, range of UNESCO World Heritage sites and proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, the city offers much, much more. The Catalonian capital delights and dazzles in equal measure with its sparkling array of fabulous restaurants and intoxicating nightlife hotspots, many of which are popular venues for the great and the good of the fashion, music and entertainment industries.
It is impossible to discuss Barcelona without mentioning Gaudí, the magnificent architect who managed to leave his mark on so much of the city. However, his works are not the only visual attractions; the city is bursting at the seams with historic and culturally significant sites.
Yet, despite having so much to see and do, Barcelona remains a fantastic city just to stroll around and explore, taking in the sights, smells and atmosphere at your own pace. Where else could you watch market traders cheerfully jostle for trade amongst world-famous architecture amid a vibrant population bathed in Mediterranean sun?