Mediterranean cities

Mediterranean cities

Mediterranean cities

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04/10/2016 09/10/2016

Barcelona

About the city

La Vanguardia is the name of one of the city’s newspaper, and the vanguard is exactly where Barcelonans are used to finding themselves, for they are residents of Spain’s most progressive city. Beautiful, sprawling Barcelona, filling a great basin ringed with hills on the western end of the Mediterranean, is the embodiment of Catalonia’s artistic genius and commercial inventiveness. Divided into 10 districts each with its own character, the Gothic Quarter is a splendid medieval quarter and the old part of town, which stretches from the seafront to La Rambla. It is here that you’ll find the city’s oldest buildings, narrow streets, churches and the cathedral, La Seu. It also has a good selection of bars, cafes and some quirky independent stores. La Rambla, the most famous street in the city, runs through the heart of the city and provides outdoor theatre on a grand scale. The famous Eixample holds many of Antoni Gaudi’s famous modernist buildings. By far the most famous and extravagant site in Barcelona is the Sagrada Familia. If he building is ever completed, it will lokk like a model in the crypt, in the meantime, don’t pass up the opportunity to climb or be lifted to the towers, and wander amid the bridges, steps and crannies of the façade. Barcelona is a great city for arts from opera to architecture, and the meeting point between Spain and the rest of Europe.

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Eurohotel Diagonal Port

62%
  • At 3.4 km from the center
  • Lope de vega, 4, Barcelona 08005
Enjoying fantastic views over the Mediterranean Sea, this contemporary hotel is situated in the Front Marìtim district, just a stone's throw from Mar Bella Beach. It features an excellent restaurant and a great event area. The venue Forum Barcelona i...
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  • 5 Accommodation nights

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Barcelona

Marseille

Spain
Barcelona El Prat / 10:05
Vueling Airlines VY 1508 Vueling Airlines
1h 10m Nonstop
France
11:15 Provence
09/10/2016 13/10/2016

Marseille

About the city

Marseille is the second largest city in France, the biggest Mediterranean port and the economic hub of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region. Marseille is set in a beautiful location, snuggled between craggy limestone hills and a sweeping bay, and is rich with history, which wasn’t always pleasant. Marseille is a popular holiday destination, as it has 300 days of sunshine a year. Today Marseilles still keeps traces of its tumultuous past, this ancient city is today very active and attractive. It has powerful charm which encourages visitors, to stroll through its old districts around le Vieux Port, in the gardens with the ancient ruins or the gardens of Longchamp Palace and, of course, on the esplanade of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde Cathedral, which overlooks the entire city Marseille is atmospheric and charming and a real must.

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Adagio Aparthotel Marseille Vieux Port

75%
  • At 0.5 km from the center
  • Rue jean trinquet, 30, Marseille 13002
The Adagio Marseille Vieux Port welcomes you to the heart of the city, 10 minutes from the old port and La Canebière. The 142 apartments in this 4-star holiday residence are completely new and range from 2-person studios to 4-person, 2-room apartmen...
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  • 4 Accommodation nights

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