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Location

The hotel Omnium is located in the Eixample district of Barcelona, in a quiet residential street near the Plaza de Catalunya. Its location in the centre is ideal as a point of departure for exploring the Barrio Gotico, the world famous Passeig de Gràcia or for strolling along the Ramblas which will take you through to the sea-side promenade.

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Plaza Catalunya

The Plaza de Catalunya is undoubtedly the most famous landmark site of Barcelona; an enormous square which marks the meeting-point between the historic quarter and the 19th century district of the Eixample. It is known for its fountains and statues and is also a social and cultural centre on account of the many theatres, concert halls, café-bars and restaurants in the area. It is only an 8-minute walk from the hotel Omnium and a large number of bus routes and a major underground railway station are all centred here.

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Las Ramblas

Las Ramblas is a long and charming tree-lined avenue with a central pedestrian area. It starts in the Plaza de Catalunya and goes all the way to Port Vell and the sea. It is very popular with tourists and local people and is lined with historic buildings of interest such as the Palacio de la Virreina, the great Teatre del Liceu or the lively market of Boquería. Just a 10 minute-walk from the Hotel Omnium, Las Ramblas offers a great variety of restaurants, café-bars and terraces.

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Passeig de Gracia

This very chic and famous avenue which stretches towards the north from the Plaza de Catalunya boasts of many of the best known buildings of Catalan Modernism. It is the prime location for high-status boutiques, international firms and gourmet restaurants and is to be found at a short distance on foot from the hotel Omnium.

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Barrio Gotico

The historic quarter of the city of Barcelona is called the Barrio Gótico. It is highly worthwhile to explore in detail this incredible district which dates back from the Middle Ages and consists of narrow streets which are mostly pedestrian, thoroughfares, small charming squares and historic buildings. Ask our friendly staff for more detailed information on guided visits.

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