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Catalonia Eixample 1864

Piscina del Catalonia Eixample 1864

From 80 €

Roger de Llúria, 60 . 08009 Barcelona

+34 93 272 00 50

This fantastic hotel, formerly Catalonia Berna, is located in the city's historic centre, next to Plaza Cataluña. Situated in one of the first buildings in the enlargement ("Eixample") of the city of Barcelona.

It was designated a Historical Monument thanks to its interesting eclectic classical style. It is the only building that conserves the wealth of paintings and decorations on the original front, which have been fully restored. On the Modernist Route, it is located very close to Paseo de Gracia and the busiest commercial area of Barcelona.

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  • minimizar maximizar How to get there

    • metro Underground –200 m
      Paseo de Gracia. Lines 3 and 4
    • icono Prueba Bus –10 m
      Bus stop for buses 39 / 45 / 47 / B24 / B20
    • aeropuerto Airport –20 km
      20 km. €25/ approx. / taxi
    • icono Prueba Taxi –City centre (750 m)
    • icono Prueba Taxi –100 m
      Paseo de Gracia
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    •  Casa Batlló
    Casa Batlló is a building by the architect Antoni Gaudí, the main representative of Catalan modernism. It is situated at number 43 on Paseo de Gracia, the wide avenue that crosses the Modernist quarter of El Eixample on the so-called Manzana de la Discordia because, besides this building, it is also home to other works by Modernist architects.

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    • Pedrera
    Casa Milà, known locally as La Pedrera, is by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and was built in a modernist style between 1906 and 1910. Located at number 92 on Paseo de Gracia in the Barcelona district of El Eixample.

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    • Plaça Catalunya
    The most central and largest plaza in Barcelona. It is a meeting point between the old city centre and El Eixample. It is the starting point for the city’s important roadways, such as Las Ramblas, Paseo de Gracia, La Rambla de Cataluña and the Universidad and Sant Pere ringroads and Calle Pelayo, as well as Avenida de Puerta del Ángel, the city’s main shopping street, and the old gate in the city walls.

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    •  Casa de les punxes
    Casa de les Punxes or Casa Terrades is a building designed by the modernist architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch. It is situated on Barcelona's Avenida Diagonal (Spain).

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    • Rambla
    Las Ramblas is the name of an emblematic boulevard in the city of Barcelona, running from Plaza  Cataluña, the city’s nerve centre, to the old port. The Boulevard is bustling with people during the day and until the early hours of the morning. A magical toing and froing of people and a cosmopolitan spectacle with florists, artists, street-sellers and the most colourful people of the city. An authentic river of life.

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    • Catedral de Barcelona
    The Cathedral of La Santa Cruz and Santa Eulalia is Barcelona’s Gothic cathedral and is the see of the archbishopric of Barcelona in Spain. The cathedral was built between the 13th and 15th centuries on the site of the former Romanesque cathedral.

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    • Passeig de Gràcia
    Paseo de Gracia is the most important and luxurious avenue in Barcelona. It is one of the most famous avenues in the world, on the same level as the Champs Elysees in Paris or New York’s 5th Avenue. It contains the best shops and all the main brands. Besides its importance for tourism and business, it is a magnificent showcase for architecture, with outstanding modernist-style buildings, such as those by Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated world heritage. The avenue is located in the city centre, El Eixample of Barcelona, and connects Plaza de Cataluña in the south with Calle Mayor de Gracia in the North.

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