Rent a Sports Car In Barcelona
Red Fox Luxury Car Hire invites you to rent a Sports Car in Barcelona with us. Located on the northeast coast of the Iberia Peninsular, Barcelona is Spain's second most populated city and is the capital of Catalonia, the perfect place to hire a Sports Car. Built by the Romans, Barcelona has a rich cultural heritage and is today a major tourist destination and an important centre for culture.
Take your Sports Car to the remnants of the Roman walls that can be seen incorporated into the cathedral - Basilica Le Seu - and many of the buildings that date back to medieval times. Roman vestiges are displayed in Placa del Rei underground and the original grid plan is still visible in the layout of the Barri Gotic - the Gothic Quarter and the centre of the old city. In 1999, Barcelona received the Royal Gold Medal for Architecture - very unusual as this award is generally given to a singular architect. A wonderful acknowledgement of the wide variety of design and buildings in this amazing city.
The architectural works of Antoni Gaudi are world famous. Most renowned is the spectacular and unique, but still unfinished church, La Sagrada Familia. Under construction since 1882 and now financed by private donations, completion is planned for around 2026. Many buildings in Barcelona are now World Heritage Sites, amongst them being Park Guell, Palau Guell, Casa Mila, Casa Vicens, Casa Batllo, Palau de la Musica Catalona, Hospital de Saint Paul, and of course the aforementioned La Sagrada Familia. Take your Sports Car on a tour around the city centre and see the sights that make up this beautiful historic city.
Barcelona beach was listed as number one in the top ten city beaches of the world, the coastline being approximately 4.5km. The beautiful Port Olympic is a great place to walk or just relax. At night this area certainly comes alive with its many bars, clubs and restaurants which is the perfect opportunity to show off your Sports Car.
Hire your Sports Car in Barcelona with Red Fox Luxury Car Hire today.