In addition, based on our experience as dog friendly tourists we will give you numerous tips on how to go sightseeing in the city always accompanied by your beloved pet. Tips ranging from how to use public transport to how to take the Camp Nou tour without any problems.
In Barcelona's Eixample district you will find the Palace Barcelona, very close to Las Ramblas. Thanks to this location, you will have access to the main centres of interest and shopping areas. It has a luxury Spa, as well as a chauffeur service for an extra charge. One of the best hotels in the centre of Barcelona.
The Catalonia Magdalenes is located just 200 metres from Barcelona Cathedral. It offers guests a terrace and outdoor swimming pool as well as a spa. All rooms are soundproofed and have internet, flat-screen TV and Nespresso coffee machine. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.
The One Barcelona GL dog-friendly hotel features a spectacular panoramic rooftop swimming pool. Located in an ideal location for tourists, its terrace offers views of the city centre. Very close to the main areas of interest such as Passeig de Gràcia and Gaudí's Pedrera. It has high speed wifi connection.
Catalonia Square is located in the heart of the historic centre of Barcelona, very close to Plaza Catalunya. It features a fitness centre and a charming outdoor swimming pool. With a 4-star rating, it has all the comforts and services of its class.
Built in a traditional modernist style building, typical of Barcelona's architecture. It is located next to Barcelona's Gothic cathedral. In addition to free Wi-Fi, it offers guests a rooftop swimming pool, terrace and Japanese-style garden.
This motel called One Barcelona-Ciutadella is located in the Born district, very close to Ciutadella Park. It offers rooms with private bathroom, flat-screen TV, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. It also has a 24-hour bar that offers a good continental breakfast. Highly recommended.
Offering air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen satellite TV, OD Barcelona is located in Barcelona's Eixample district. It has a 24-hour reception, a seasonal outdoor pool and a restaurant serving international cuisine.
This design hotel is located next to Plaça Catalunya in central Barcelona. It features a rooftop garden terrace and free high-speed WiFi. Set in a 19th-century building, it features stylish, modern décor.
Hotel La Casa del Sol offers rooms with free WiFi in Barcelona, a 10-minute walk from Gaudi's La Pedrera. This hotel is conveniently located in the Gràcia district and has rooms with a balcony. The rooms include a wardrobe and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
This luxurious, pet-friendly hotel in Barcelona is located on Passeig de Gràcia. It is a few minutes' walk from Gaudí's Casa Batlló and La Pedrera. It offers 24-hour room service, a spa, rooftop pool, fitness centre and heated pool. Perfect for a spectacular holiday with your dog.
Catalonia Albeniz is located 5 minutes' walk from Clot Train Station and just 15 minutes' walk from Gaudí's Sagrada Familia. It offers rooms with flat-screen satellite TV, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi throughout. It also has an outdoor swimming pool and luggage storage.
This beautiful hotel called Portal de l'Angel is housed in a traditional 19th century building and is located between Barcelona's Gothic Quarter and Plaça de Catalunya. It features an outdoor swimming pool as well as comfortable rooms with private bathrooms equipped with hairdryers and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
We all know that Barcelona is a modern and very cosmopolitan city, with a rich cultural and leisure life. But... is it a dog friendly city? Well, our answer is that it is getting closer and closer to being so. Since 2014 there has been a trend in terms of spaces that accept all kinds of pets, especially dogs.
Although there is still a long way to go, it can be said that the vast majority of bars and restaurants in the city allow our dog on the terrace without any problems. Of these, we would highlight Bar Calders, the legendary bar El Velódromo and the Italian restaurant Meneghina. If you want to go shopping, the vast majority of the Inditex group establishments allow you to bring your pet with you, so you can shop without having to leave your dog in the flat or hotel.
If you want to go to the beach with your pet, it will be a bit more difficult if you don't want to leave the capital. During the winter or autumn months you won't have any problem walking with your dog in Barceloneta, but if you want to go for a swim in the summer it won't be possible. What you can do is go to the northern part of Barcelona where you have the Llevant Beach, where pets are allowed all year round. However, if you take a break and visit the beautiful Sitges, you can go to the dog beach of Cala Vallcarca.
Anyone visiting Barcelona is obliged to visit a number of monuments and places of interest. And the best thing is that most of these monuments allow pets. From this website we recommend that the first thing you do is to hire a Free Tour. This will serve you as a first contact. The Free Tour of the Gothic Quarter is very good, and you can do it perfectly with your dog.
Once you have done this tour, you can visit (from the outside) the spectacular façade of the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia. Near the temple we have another essential monument: Casa Batlló. It is said that in this house there is not a single corner, they are all curves. The best thing about it is that you can enter with your pet. Another dog friendly place is the impressive Park Güell, which you must visit. You should also visit the whole area of Montjuic with all its majesty. There you can take incredible photos of yourself under the telecommunications tower.
And finally, there are many museums that allow pets, among them we highlight the Fran Daurel Contemporary Art Foundation.
Once you have booked one of our dog-friendly hotels in Barcelona, you will ask yourself the following question: Can I travel on public transport with my pet? Well, we are all in luck. Since 2015, pets have been allowed on the Barcelona Metro. As long as we meet a series of requirements such as: one pet per person, it must have a microchip, be tied up or in some cases muzzled, and lastly, at peak passenger times you can't travel with dogs.
On the other hand, buses are stricter when it comes to the admission of dogs. You can only travel if you have a guide dog or if you have a small dog and can put it in a carrier.