Barcelona feature stories
Barcelona is one of Spain's most captivatingly modern cities. It is also the first city of Catalonia, one of a number of Spanish regions consistently agitating for a greater measure of independence from Madrid.» read more
Want to pop out of Barcelona for a day trip? Never fear. EuroCheapo is here. We show you how to get out of town to two gorgeous little spots: the tiny mountain country of Andorra as well as the cultured seaside idyll of Sitges. Mountain, beach, city. Does it get any better than this?» read more
What can you expect to pay for a midrange hotel in Barcelona? And where should you stay? Check out our nifty hotel scene overview and sort things out.» read more
Barcelona is a city of art, architecture and non-stop activity, where tourists can find themselves overwhelmed with museums, shopping, and endless nightlife. Here are 10 of our top Barcelona picks, from Gaudi to the Barri Gotic.» read more
When is the best time to visit Barcelona? When are the hotel rates low, but the chances of a great trip high?» read more
What can you expect in a hostal, hostel or pension in Barcelona—and how much should you expect to pay?» read more
Choosing the right neighborhood for your hotel is key when visiting Barcelona. Here's our picks for the best neighborhoods to stay in, along with some hotel recommendations.» read more
What will the hotel be like? Questions about elevators, smoking, bathrooms, size and more.» read more
The most common questions we hear about hotel bathrooms in Barcelona.» read more
Frequently asked questions about hotel rooms in Barcelona. What can you expect in your room?» read more
Questions for our correspondent about her favorite hotels, neighborhoods and more.» read more
Looking for something cheaper than a hotel? Barcelona has plenty of great hostels and hostals. Here are some of our favorites.» read more
We love all our hotels, but sometimes (we admit) we play favorites. Our favorite Barcelona hotels run the gammut from super cheap to super stylish, but all have that extra "somethin' special."» read more
Take advantage of Barcelona's massive bus system, a great way to see the city while you move from one place to the next.http://www.eurocheapo.com/blog/barcelona-transportation-tip-how-to-use-the-bus-system.html» read more
Taxis are aplenty in Barcelona, but they are not cheap. But for those times when you must cab it, read on.» read more
The Barcelona Metro system is affordable and easy to use. Here's what you need to know about getting around Barcelona.» read more
All hotel reviews
From our Barcelona blog
Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Barcelona and throughout Europe.
If you’re looking for ways to make a visit to this artsy, edgy and “Gaudi” city affordable, we’re ready to help!
Find the perfect budget hotel
Our Barcelona correspondent Regina has hunted down the best inexpensive accommodations in the city center. All of our “Editor’s Picks” hotels are clean, central and cheap. And if they’ve got something special that screams “Barcelona!,” all the better.
• Search for your dates in the box above to see available hotels.
• Click through to see a list of our recommended cheap hotels.
Our guide to Barcelona on a budget
We have more than hotel advice, of course! Explore the articles in our city guide to find ways to save while visiting Barcelona, including museum passes, cheap eats and public transit.
Also, our Barcelona blog is frequently updated with information about upcoming events that are free and cheap, shopping tips and much more.
Thank you for visiting EuroCheapo! Together, we can afford to go anywhere.
Heading on a trip to Europe this year and deep in the planning stages? Now’s a great time to quickly review your itinerary and “trip strategy” to make sure that you’re not about to make any common ... read
Knowing a little Spanish or Catalan can come in handy during a trip to Barcelona. While it’s true that most customer service folks in the city center and at major attractions will speak some English, speaking at le ... read
Tapas are a celebrated and essential part of eating in Spain, and Barcelona is no exception. These snack-sized foods can be eaten hot or cold and can range from a serving of Serrano ham to a dish of codfish croquettes. T ... read