The topic of this article is :How to get the most value for money Spain vacation this year. It does not matter what type of vacation you are looking for; family, action oriented or a beach holiday, you can get an all-in-one deal in Barcelona, and quality accommodation for a reasonable price! For a family (or any larger group) the best alternative will most certainly be to rent a Barcelona self catering apartment suited to your needs. This option is both the cheapest and, for most, the more rewarding way to stay in Barcelona as you get to have a more genuine impression of daily life in the city.

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An obvious benefit of staying in an apartment is you are free to plan meals with your family or other travel companions without consideration of closing times etc. Staying close to one of the numerous markets, like the world-renowned La Boqueria, means you will find any type of eatable product you could possibly want to take advantage of having your own kitchen. Furthermore, you can ask the, usually, very knowledgeable professionals who work at the stalls for tips on have to handle what you buy. In any part of Barcelona you are never far from one of the traditional markets. Renting a Barcelona holiday apartment offers the traveler the chance to be more immersed in the local culture, and with all travel companions under one roof it makes it easier to organize your troops in the mornings!

A good deal does not simply mean the lowest price. A good deal for your vacation accommodation also means renting from an officially approved apartment agency! Holadays Barcelona (www.acomodis.com) is such an agency where you can rent official apartments with guarantees that you will actually get what you pay for, in including a safe, central location, a modernized apartment with all comforts (including WIFI, washing-machine, TV and stereo system etc.) and attentive and friendly service.

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Renting an apartment for days means staying in one of the central Barcelona districts: In Eixample: the area For architecture buffs and shopaholics. Here you can follow the ruta de modernisme, walking around seeing the great works of Antoni Gaudí and his compatriots including the city's great symbol Sagrada Familia. This central district is also a Mecca for shopaholics with the majestic Passeig de Grácia and Diagonal avenues littered with designer stores.
There is also a vibrant club-scene with an emphasis on clubs you go to gyrate to the latest beats and the area hosts numerous top restaurants, Catalan and international alike. The Barcelona Old Town: For historical architecture, museums, local designer shopping, night life and dining. The medieval part of town with the splendid Santa Maria del Mar as the jewel is an independent designer heaven with lots of discoveries to be made in the maze of backstreets!
This is also place to start a night-out would be the bars in El Born and then head to the clubs in Barri Gotic located in and around Plaza Reial.
If a beach holiday is what you have planned there is a number of accommodation options in the St.Martí district with apartments within walking distance of the beaches. Off-season deals can be as low as less than 70 euros pr. night meaning you could end up paying less than 20 euros per person!