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The city of Barcelona on Spain's Mediterranean coast has a wealth of unique and historic architecture to see and a plethora of things to do. Transport can be easy for the whole family or a group in Barcelona by twelve seater car rental.
The second largest city in Spain, Barcelona is a huge metropolitan area with several distinctly different neighborhoods. Ciutat Vella, Barcelona's old town, is the place to see the old medieval and gothic architecture, including Barri Gotic and El Borne. From there head to the Modernist quarter in Eixample, noted for its art nouveau buildings.
For a chance to romp around in the sand head over to Barceloneta with your group tour in Barcelona. This neighborhood is known for its beaches and many restaurants and cafes along the boardwalk. If you are traveling with a large family or group you can keep everyone together and avoid public transportation or taking 2 or more vehicles by reserving a single rental car with 12 seats in Barcelona.
See even more beaches during your group tour of Barcelona on a day trip to the nearby town of Sitges. Sitges has no less than 17 beaches for your relaxation and recreational pleasure, including the popular Punta de la Torrenta. Hit all the beaches until you find one for the whole group in a Barcelona rental minibus.
If you are interested in driving around to visit some of the smaller towns in Spain then Sabadell is a great place for you to pick up your minivan or to choose a hotel. Roads link Sabadell to the nearby towns of Terrassa, Sant Quirze del Vallès, Castellar del Vallès, Granollers, Barcelona, Rubi, Sentamenat and Molins de Rei.
In Sabadell there are several interesting places to visit. The little church of Sant Nicolau dates back to the 11th century as a vestige of the town of Arraona. Casa Duran is a preserved traditional rural house from the 16th century, placed in the middle of the city its an easy spot to find. Sabadell also has a few beautiful modernista buildings, including the Hotel Suís, the Caixa d'Estalvis, and the Torre de l'Aigua.