Barcelona:a city with lots to discover

We invite you to discover a cosmopolitan Mediterranean city that will surprise you at every step through its neighbourhoods, with its history and wide cultural offerings. A perfect choice for both you and your guests to enjoy a wonderful stay during your treatment.

What does Barcelona offer you?

As well as improving your circulation, mood and helping you to sleep, wandering around the streets of Barcelona will let you discover first-hand how its architecture, shops and bars are the perfect combination of tradition and modernity.


Gothic Quarter

Las Ramblas

Passeig de Gràcia

El Born


Port Vell Marina


Both the Mediterranean diet, which will help reduce your cholesterol and prevent cardiovascular diseases, as well as international cuisine, will help you enjoy and will make a lasting impression.


Pan Tumaca (toast with fresh grated tomato)

Bikini (ham and cheese toasted sandwich)

Coca (sweet or savoury flat or filled pastry)

Butifarra Catalan sausage with beans

Crema Catalana (similar to crème brûlée)

Escalivada (roasted vegetables such as aubergine and onions in olive oil)


Being near the sea will benefit your health in many ways. But also, thanks to its wide cultural offerings, in Barcelona you will be able to discover some of the most iconic works by artists such as Antoni Gaudí or Joan Miró.


Sagrada Familia

Park Güell

Fundació Joan Miró

La Pedrera

Casa Batlló

Barcelona Picasso Museum

Barcelona climate

Barcelona is characterised by its Mediterranean climate, where temperatures between the months of June and September are around 25ºC, and the winters are mild, with average temperatures between 11ºC and 14ºC.

How to get to Barcelona?
Aeropuerto de Barcelona – El Prat
Barcelona – El Prat Airport
16km south of the city

Connections to Barcelona

- Aerobus (A1 and A2)

- Train (RENFE)

- Metro and Bus (TMB)

Aeropuerto Girona – Costa Brava
Girona – Costa Brava Airport
95km north of the city

Connections to Barcelona

- Aerobus (A1 and A2)

- Train (RENFE)

- Metro and Bus (TMB)

Aeropuerto Reus – Costa Daurada
Reus – Costa Daurada Airport
108km south of the city

Connections to Barcelona

- Aerobus (A1 and A2)

- Train (RENFE)

- Metro and Bus (TMB)

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Estación de Barcelona Sants
Barcelona Sants Train Station

This is Barcelona’s main train station, with national and international arrivals.

Estación de Barcelona Nord
Barcelona Nord Coach Station

This coach station has connections to the main European capitals, as well as different destinations across Spain.

How to get around Barcelona?

Please find below various options for getting around Barcelona and its metropolitan area.

Metro, FGC Local Trains and Tram

This is the easiest and quickest way to get around the city. You can use the same ticket for the whole public transport network, including the bus.


Barcelona has a bus network which connects all parts of the city and the metropolitan area. Furthermore, it provides a night service.


This is an affordable alternative to public transport, since a 15-minute journey costs about €10.


A convenient and sustainable way to enjoy your journey through Barcelona and get around the city.