Barcelona has an abundance of hotels of different standards, from budget hotels to luxurious five-star hotels. Nevertheless it is important to remember to book well in advance to avoid the last minute hassle of finding enough free rooms for your group. The excellent public transportation system ensures that the location if your hotel doesn’t have the highest importance, as there are taxis, buses, trains and trams and several metro lines.
Are you looking for a place for your meeting and you don’t want to settle for the regular “room with chairs”? In Barcelona there is no need to settle for the bare minimum when it comes to business meeting facilities. Special requests, such as a conference room with natural light or an area to relax with a rooftop view to the bright lights of the city or the infinite tranquility of the sea are welcomed.
Much to Do & SeeWhen thinking of which destination to choose for a corporate event, you shouldn’t ignore the weather factor. Barcelona enjoys long and warm summers and mild winters with some rainfall, which means it is extremely likely that the weather will be from excellent to at least decent during your visit, be it at any time of the year.
Much to Do & See
In Barcelona there is always something going on. The calendar is filled with concerts, festivals and international business conferences and if this is not enough or the dates of your visit don’t match with any event, you can always be a normal tourist. The city is full of famous attractions such as Sagrada Familia, Parc Güell and La Rambla. Or if you’re into football, FC Barcelona plays their home games at the Nou Camp, one of the biggest stadiums in the world. Furthermore, there is an endless number of possible activities you can do while you are staying in this beautiful city.
The location of Barcelona in a beautiful spot between the beautiful shores of the Mediterranean Sea and the rugged mountains means that within the same day you can lie on the beach and go hike in the mountains. Getting to Barcelona will never be a problem, since there are three airports in and around the city, making the area a major transport hub. Trains connect Barcelona with other Spanish and European cities, and there the ferries have routes from Barcelona to different areas in the Mediterranean.
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