Travel and Accommodations
Plan Your Trip

Here are some fine dining and hotel recommendations so you can get the most out of your time at the Ontraport Bootcamp Course.

Course Location
Barcelona 
Spain

H10 Casa Mimosa 
Pau Claris, 179 
E-08037-Barcelona Centre 
Barcelona

Barcelona is nestled in the northeastern coast of Spain. Recognized for its museums, architecture, Catalan cuisine and its innovation in sustainable energy, it has quickly become a hub for startups and entrepreneurs. 

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Visitor's Guide

Welcome to
Barcelona


Ontraport’s Bootcamp Course is held this year in one of Europe’s most popular and cosmopolitan vacation destinations. Barcelona has golden beaches, fine dining, nightlife, historical monuments, and beautiful parks. To help you get the full Catalan experience while you’re visiting, here are our top recommendations.

Outdoors

Explore the beautiful outdoors Barcelona has to offer.
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Some Favorites:​​​​​​
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Barcelona Touristic Bus is an easy way to see the city. It’s a hop-on-hop-off bus service with 45 stops and three different routes.
Park Güell, a famous park designed by architect Antonia Gaudi. 
Mercado de La Boqueria, an open public market selling local food and produce.
Las Ramblas, an infamous tree-lined pedestrian street, stretching just under a mile.
La Barceloneta Beach, the most popular beach in the city. 

Arts and Architecture

Once home to Antoni Gaudí, Picasso, Dalí, and Miró, Barcelona has a long artistic tradition and rich history. Here are some favorite sites, museums, and monuments.

Some Favorites:
Catedral de Barcelona, the home  of the Archbishop of Barcelona.
Museu Picasso, home to over 4,000 pieces of paintings, sculptures and more.  
Barri Gòtic, a historic neighborhood filled with boutiques, bars, and restaurants.
Casa Milà, the last private residence designed by Antoni Gaudí. 
Palau de la Musica Catalana, an iconic concert hall designed in the modern Catalan style.
La Sagrada Família, a beautiful temple over 135 years old designed by Antoni Gaudí.
Montjuïc Castle, an old military fortress dating back to 1640 with stunning views of the city.
Camp Nou Stadium, the largest stadium in Europe, with a capacity of 99,000. 

Restaurants and Nightlife

Barcelona has no shortage of amazing places to go for tapas and wine. Here are some favorites along with other delicious restaurants, all within a short distance from the H10 Mimosa Hotel. 

Some Favorites:
La Pepita, reinventing the pepito sandwich and tapas. 
Teoric Taverna Gastronomica, traditional Catalan tapas.
Paella del Arte, restaurant and wine bar known for its paella. 
Ciudad Condal, Spanish tapas.
Pau Claris 190, family owned with a charming and warm ambiance.
Tucco Real Food, homemade pasta and empanadas.
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H10 Casa Mimosa

Pau Claris, 179
E-08037-Barcelona Centre
Barcelona
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