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Panoramic City Tour of Barcelona visiting the Sagrada Familia the Gothic Quarter and then Montjuic Hill of the Jews
With a private local specialist guides and driver you will enjoy a half day visit of Barcelona. Starting with Gaudi's Sagrada Familia church and then a walk around the gothic quarter..... Read more...Tours in Cataluña

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Gaudi's Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Hotels in the Vía Augusta Area, Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona- Capital of Catalunya and a place of constant fascination.  A mixture of modern, gothic and modernist, with wonderful architecture, museums, cathedrals and other places to visit.  Visit our photo galleries for more information on the available tourism options in this exciting city or read the featured travel articles below:
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BARCELONA HOTELS - VIA AUGUSTA AREA
Via Augusta (also known as Via Herculea or Via Exterior) was a Roman road crossing all the Hispania Province, from Cádiz in the southern tip of current Spain, to the Coll de Panissars, where it crossed the Pyrenees close to the Mediterranean Sea, and joined the Via Domitia. The road stretched around 1,500 km (around 1,000 miles), passing through the cities of Gades (Cádiz), Carthago Nova (Cartagena), Valentia (Valencia), Saguntum (Sagunto), Tarraco (Tarragona), Barcino (Barcelona), and Gerunda (Girona). It had branches passing through Hispalis (Seville) (where it joined the Via Lusitanorum), Córdoba, and Emerita Augusta (Mérida). The road was named after Emperor Augustus, who ordered it renovated between 8 BC and 2 BC. It was mainly a commercial road. Its path is currently followed by the N-340 road and the A-7 highway. North of Tarragona there remains a Roman Triumphal arch, the Arc de Berà, around which the road divides. At Martorell, the ancient Via crosses the river Llobregat on the impressive Devil's bridge which dates from the High Middle Ages in its current form.
AC Hotel Irla, Barcelona
This lovely 4 star hotel is located in one of the city's sophisticated and commercial areas. Housed in a new building that offers all the services with the highest comfort and design, the AC Irla has everything the discriminating traveler could want.  With an agreeable avant-garde design, with touches of the Eighties, the hotel offers a complete buffet breakfast of first-rate products. Because of its location, on the first floor, it’s the perfect place for a calm breakfast. Another very comfortable option is the hotel’s twenty-four hour room service. We want our guests to be in good shape to enjoy their stay. We therefore provide a free Fitness Centre, where you will find Bodybuilding equipment, exercise benches, turkish bath, sauna, television and mini Hi-Fi system, as well as a selection of mineral waters, all offered free of charge.
Hotel Husa Tres Torres, Barcelona
The Hotel Husa Tres Torres in Barcelona, set in a quiet residential area of the city, is conveniently located a few minutes from the city center. The hotel offers easy access to the city's main ring roads, known as "rondas," as well as its motorways. The Hotel Husa Tres Torres sits nearby the shopping area of Diagonal-Pedralbes, a leisure and entertainment center in Barcelona with cinemas and a gymnasium, along with the University area and neighborhood of private hospitals and clinics. The Hotel Husa Tres Torres, Barcelona, houses a restaurant that serves both lunch and dinner. Parking is available for a fee, and the 24-hour front desk can provide a safe-deposit box and room service. The 56 guestrooms at the Hotel Husa Tres Torres feature minibars, satellite television, telephones and in-room safes.
NH Cóndor Hotel Barcelona
Situated close to the heart of Barrio de Gracia and the the most modern and emblematic buildings of the city, in the office and residencial area, NH Cóndor is characterised for the perfect balance between comfort, functionality and style. Its location allows you to be in the center of Barcelona in less than 10 minutes with plublic transport. The hotel features 12 Junior suites, with an office and a small reception area, to suit all your needs. There are also connecting and quadruple rooms, which can be convirted, making it a perfect hotel for families with children. The buffet breakfast, which is served on the first floor, serves a large variety of fresh fruit, natural juices, iberian sausages and the best cheeses and also fresh pastries. Products for diabetics and celiacs are also also offered. 
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