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The Best Airbnbs in Barcelona

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The best Airbnbs in Barcelona, by travel blogger What The Fab

Sharing the best Airbnbs in Barcelona today! If you’re heading to Barcelona, the best way to stay in this cool Spanish city is by renting out an Airbnb.

They’ve got a whole ton of heritage buildings on offer, from design magazine-worthy lofts to penthouse apartments and Modernist villas.

To make life easy for you, I’ve scoured Airbnb’s best Barcelona listings and found some of the coolest properties out there.

Whether you’re going solo, booking a romantic vacay, or looking for somewhere to fit you and your gang of friends, you’ll find something perfect on my handy list.

Let’s get into my best Airbnbs in Barcelona list!

The Best Airbnbs in Barcelona

That’s my list for the best Airbnbs in Barcelona—some of them are just unreal. It’s an awesome city to book an Airbnb…Some have pools, some have balconies, but all of them are totally Insta-worthy and will have you feeling like you’re literally staying in the pages of a design magazine. Let me know if you stay in any of them with a tag (@wtfab — hi!) in your Insta Story once you’re there!

Heading to other parts of Spain? Here’s how to spend 4 days in Madrid!

Heading to Barcelona? Be sure to check out my Barcelona travel guide!

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Where is the best area in Barcelona to stay?

The Gothic Quarter, El Born, El Raval, Eixample, and Gracia areas are great areas to stay in Barcelona.

How many days do you need in Barcelona?

Plan to have at least 4 – 5 full days in Barcelona in order to see all the sights.

Is it safe to walk around in Barcelona at night?

While violent crime in Barcelona is relatively low, petty theft is rampant. Avoid walking around at night alone and avoid small side streets.

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