Reach our hotel in Barcelona’s Eixample Neighbourhood
Gallery Hotel is situated in Barcelona’s city centre of Eixample, just a few meters from the architectural masterpieces of Antonio Gaudí. See the jewels of Modernism, stop off at La Pedrera and Casa Batlló, and walk down Passeig de Gràcia to reach Plaça Catalunya – the gateway to the Roman and Medieval quarter of the city, known as the Barrio Gótico, where the magnificent Cathedral presides. As you stroll on down the Ramblas, you won’t want to miss the Mercat de la Boquería, a fresh food marketplace instilled with life and history, the Plaza Real and the City Hall.
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Gaudí’s Casa Milà – La Pedrera
With its prime location on the corner of Passeig de Gràcia, Casa Milà was Gaudí’s last private residence and today is one of Barcelona’s top attractions. Marvel at its striking façade before entering and immersing yourself in Gaudí’s unique world - don’t forget to visit the spectacular roof terrace.
Gaudí’s Casa Batlló
Built in the heart of Barcelona, Gaudí’s beautiful Casa Batlló is considered to be one of his masterpieces. Enjoy the intricacies of every curve, colour and detail of the stunning façade before exploring inside and discovering the history of this charming building.
Gothic Quarter – Las Ramblas
No visit to Barcelona would be complete without getting lost in the narrow medieval streets of its charming Gothic Quarter. Filled with museums, clubs, Catalan restaurants and trendy bars, the Gothic Quarter is also home to Barcelona’s most famous street, Las Ramblas. Take a stroll down this buzzing street and admire the flower stalls and street-food vendors.
Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia
Barcelona’s most famous landmark, this UNESCO heritage site remains unfinished and yet continues to amaze visitors and locals alike with its stunning towers and striking design. Scale its heights to enjoy spectacular city views.
Cathedral of Barcelona
This magnificent example of fifteenth-century Catalan Gothic architecture is much-loved by locals and remains an active place of worship for many. Soak up the atmosphere of its hallowed aisles before visiting the cathedral’s roof for an amazing view of the surroundings.