If you are visiting Spain’s Catalonia region and want more space than the typical hotel room, a family villa in Barcelona can be the answer. Not only do you get a lot more space, both indoor and outdoor, but you will also save money as you can cook and eat in your villa’s kitchen. Of course, it would be a shame not to eat out occasionally, and to sample some of the dishes this area of Spain is known for. Keep in mind that most residents in the centre of Barcelona live in apartments; most villas are typically situated in the suburbs. An affordable and efficient transportation system can have you anywhere in the city easily and quickly, allowing you to enjoy the shopping street of Las Ramblas, the beautiful Art Nouveau buildings all across the city, and the Sagrada Familia church.