If you demand nothing but pure luxury living in the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, then look no further than Mandarin Oriental Residences Barcelona. This 20-story building includes an expansive $40.65-million penthouse overlooking the city, making it the most expensive apartment in Barcelona’s history.
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If you’ve ever been to Barcelona, Spain, then Antoni Gaudi’s Casa Vicens may be a familiar sight. This masterpece is located in the Gràcia on Carrer de les Carolines, 20-26 neighborhood and was actually the first house designed by Gaudí, which is now a museum. Airbnb is offering a one night stay for a group of two guests this fall.