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You’ve never done anything half-heartedly: why start with your vacation? Spain is calling, and you’re ready to answer. You’ll take it all in: the history, the mystique, the food—oh, yes, the food. But you won’t do it from the confines of an impersonal hotel room. Instead, you will see the magnificent city of Barna as her locals do, from your very own apartment or home set in the thick of things. Book Barcelona vacation rentals through Expedia today and set off on the trip of a lifetime tomorrow.
Leave your luggage at your rental and step outside, for Barcelona’s architecture is almost as famous as its cuisine. Antoni Gaudi’s Church of the Sagrada Familia is intriguing from any angle. The Barri Gotic (or Gothic Quarter) is equally stunning, and is sure to install a sense of wonder in you. Settle in at a quiet streetside café and indulge in a carafe of sangria, or take a cooking class and learn how to make the city’s legendary cuisine yourself—vacation rentals in Barcelona are the perfect place to brush up on your new skills. Select the perfect ingredients from a breezy, open-air market and bring them home to your private kitchen to craft the ideal meal for your mood. Enjoy ollada (a type of stew) or puffy tortell pastries out on a balcony, watching the city swirl by beneath you.
Expedia takes the mystery out of booking short-term apartment rentals in Barcelona. Our secure servers make it easy to select your ideal accommodation, as well as get in touch with the owner for any special arrangements. Why share your ideal vacation with anyone else when you can enjoy a home all to yourself at any time of year? We’ll help you save time and money when you reserve your getaway through us, so you can put both of those toward more important things—like memorizing new Spanish recipes to try.