Booking Agent Description: A short walk from Milan Central Station and the Natural History Museum, this contemporary 5-star hotel has a neoclassical-style, including an impressive marble façade. This traditional style is continued in the hotel’s bedrooms, which have beautifully engraved wooden furniture, as well as modern conveniences like high speed wifi, flat-screen TVs and bathrooms stocked with tempting toiletries. There is also an on-site gym, spa and Italian restaurant.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.
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Nightclubs in Barcelona don’t get going till about 2am, and this gives you the perfect excuse for a bar crawl, to sample some of the best bars in the city. Start the evening in Plaza Catalunya and head to Hard Rock Café for a cocktail or the local beer Moritz. The ambience here it sure to kick things off, with memorabilia from some of the worlds top musicians decorating the walls and great music blaring out. Next, head to Barcelona’s best cocktail bar Boadas, at the top of la rambla. You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time when you walk through the doors with the staff in dickie bows and a 1920’s feel. Afterwards head to el bosc de les fades where you’ll be transported to a magical fairy forest with twinkling lights. When you do decide to throw some shapes, Razzamataz is Barcelona’s most lovable club with a young crowd and pumping beats.
Barcelona is perhaps most famous for its architecture, and particularly that of Antoni Gaudi. Walk along Passeig de Gracia and you’ll come across two iconic buildings, Casa Milà and Casa Batlló. Both are UNESCO world heritage sites and can be entered for a fee. The true masterpiece however is the Sagrada Familia and you’ll need at least three hours to take a proper tour of its highlights. Don’t be put off that there is still on-going work here as there is plenty to see. The queues to get inside can be pretty big, so it’s best to buy tickets in advance for a specific time and skip to the front. The breath-taking interior is peaceful and serene unlike the busyness of the façade and the audio guide will give you a new perspective on Gaudi’s design and celebrated style.