Barcelona

Barcelona

The capital of the Mediterranian sea

To call Barcelona a city of muses would be an understatement. It is a place where inspiration is left free to reign over its own infinite kingdom. Few other places in the world are as moving for their abundance of compelling man-made structures in the way that the Spanish city by the sea is. You don’t have to be an architect to appreciate the countless wonders that this town has contributed to world heritage over the centuries, especially with the extraordinary designs of Antoni Gaudí, which are proudly scattered all over.While Salzburg may celebrate Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Florence chase after the masterworks of Leonardo Da Vinci, Barcelona’s love affair with Gaudí is a tangible experience all across the city, whether you choose to relax at Parc Güell or keep up with the never-ending pace of construction at La Sagrada Família.
The second largest city in Spain enjoys a remarkably mild, Mediterranean climate and features lots of festivities and events year-round – which is all the more reason for taking any excuse to come to the Spanish epicentre of personal expression, no matter what time of year. And if it all gets too much, you can always just hit the beach – there’s one right in the heart of town, from where you can see cruise liners take off into the far ends of the world, not to mention the many beach villages dotted along the coast surrounding Barcelona. This is truly the kind of place that feeds all of your senses as well as your fantasies.

The capital of the Mediterranian sea

So whether it’s ice in the sunshine or costa del heartbreak that you’re after, we at Still Life are here to make sure that your trip to Barcelona turns into an unforgettable one. With various accommodation options to choose from depending on your requirements and the size of your travel party, we’re ready to get you started on your Spanish escapade. Our dedicated reservations team even includes a Barcelona native, who is expecting your call and eager to tell you all about her hometown.

Apartments in Barcelona