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Combine the high-octane buzz of a Formula One race day with a gorgeous break in sunny Spain at the four-star Renaissance Barcelona Fira Hotel - including flights, tickets to Sunday’s main race, a modern Double Room, and daily breakfast, it’s a holiday like no other.
Taking place at the historic Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, the Spanish Grand Prix is the first F1 race hosted on European soil in the 2019 calendar and it promises to be a stellar affair. Having hosted its first race in 1991, it’s been a regular fixture of the sport ever since. Won by Lewis Hamilton in 2018, who will be victorious this year?
Please note that you can add both Saturday qualifying tickets and upgraded grandstand tickets for Sunday to your holiday by speaking with a sales agent.
Renaissance Barcelona Fira
The Renaissance Barcelona Fira is a contemporary design hotel boasting a 26th-floor rooftop pool, a restaurant with panoramic views of the city, and an indoor palm tree garden. These luxurious ingredients make the hotel a perfect place to relax after a day walking round the city. Conveniently located in Plaza Europa opposite a metro station, it’s easy to get around. It’s just a 15-minute journey to La Rambla and Plaza de Catalunya, where many of Barcelona’s main streets meet and the culture of the area really comes alive.
The Renaissance Barcelona Fira also has a fitness centre, an indoor pool, two bars, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout, and a restaurant specialising in Mediterranean cuisine. The hotel’s rooftop bar serves fabulous cocktails and a particularly delicious sangria. There is ample seating in the evenings and great views of the surrounding area. Experience luxury and make the Renaissance Barcelona Fira your base to discover the vibrant city of Barcelona.
Barcelona, the colourful capital of Catalonia, is a city where sport, history and culture course through its veins. A city where every building appears like a piece of art, where every open space is a canvas and where passion is painted in the red and yellow stripes of the regional flag. Artists have thrived in the city for centuries, and its most famous son is undoubtedly Antoni Gaudi. Next to the restaurants and tapas bars of La Rambla, you’ll find the first of Gaudi’s masterpieces. The Palau Güell rises majestically from a rather non-descript street with its palatial splendour. Heading further north you’ll come to two of Gaudi’s most famous buildings, Casa Batlló, with its surreal façade of egg-shaped windows, and the truly magnificent, albeit still unfinished, Sagrada Familia. With its steep spires, gargoyles and sheer size, this Catalan jewel is guaranteed to take your breath away. Away from Gaudi, the city is full of castles, museums, quirky restaurants, trendy bars, theatres, churches and just generally lots of great things to see and do.