Barcelona is a city of districts, each with its own distinct flavour. The main artery is La Rambla, a beautiful and grand boulevard connecting the Gothic Quarter to El Raval. It’s full of restaurants and street performers, and as it has been for the last hundred years, is a popular meeting spot for locals and a well sort after spot for our holiday apartments. The Gothic Quarter at the centre of the old city is a maze of winding narrow alleys and also home to some of Barcelona’s famous museums, including the unmissable Picasso museum. Check out the incredible Sagrada Familia in the Eixample an elegant neighbourhood also known for great shopping. At La Barceloneta is the Spanish answer to Bondi - chill out and enjoy the hot sun on the sandy beach, or join in a fierce game of volleyball. In the evening stroll over to Port Vell, a buzzing harbourside precinct of great clubs and restaurants.