What The Perfect Escort Getaway In Barcelona Looks Like

24 May, 2024

Barcelona is one of the top destinations in the entire world. This buzzing Spanish city has the perfect mix of sea, sun, and city, rich with stunning architecture, museums, art galleries, shopping, and eating out. As Barcelona is just a short two hour flight from London, it’s the ideal place for a weekend break with one of our beautiful Barcelona escorts.

Let’s set the scene - you fly business class from London in the morning, arriving at Barcelona Airport at around 10am. As you land you switch into a fresh shirt and ready your sunglasses. In June, it’s a balmy 25 degrees in the day. The tourist scene is now in full swing, and the city is busy.

It’s a short half hour car ride to the city centre, which is also very well-connected by Barcelona’s underground metro. You’ve decided to stay in the Gothic Quarter, which is close to the Picasso Museum, the cathedral, and the beach, Playa de la Barceloneta. It is also close to La Rambla, Barcelona’s historic street lined with shops and eateries. 

You decide to stay at Ohla Barcelona. This Neoclassical-style premium hotel is a two-minute walk from the Urquinaona metro station.The modern rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, laptop-sized safes, iPhone docks and minibars. You choose a room which also has a living room, Nespresso machine, and 24/7 room service, and add on the sensual package, which includes a bottle of cava, chocolate sins and a kit of sensual toys. The hotel also has an acclaimed restaurant, bar, terrace lounge and a rooftop pool. 

You meet your escort in the lobby. She looks stunning in a dress from popular Spanish clothing brand, Desigual and when she throws you a beaming smile, you know you’ve made a good decision. You lead her up to your room so she can drop off her bag and are surprised when she makes the first move. Was it really just hours ago that you left England?

Feeling refreshed and relaxed, you head back downstairs. It’s now midday and the heat is searing. Your escort suggests heading to the Picasso Museum after lunch, and you agree. You decide to eat at the hotel restaurant La Plassohla. This is a  luminous and casual space with large windows that look onto the people coming and going along Via Laietana avenue and the Comtal pedestrian street. 

Your escort takes the lead and orders a number of tapas dishes to share, and a glass of red wine for herself. You order a refreshing bottle of Estrella, which is brewed in Barcelona. You try croquettes, olives, patatas bravas, and surprisingly, tacos. But they’re all delicious and the conversation flows between you and your elite escort. You’re surprised at how easy it is to talk to her - this is your first time booking a travel escort, but you fancied a break from work and someone to explore a stunning city with. You’ve always wanted to visit Barcelona. 

From your hotel, it’s a 10 minute walk to the Picasso Museum. The narrow streets offer some shade. Inside it’s quiet and air-conditioned. The art is soothing and you’re surprised you can even focus on it when your escort lightly takes your hand, running her fingers over the inside of your wrist. You decide to buy a print of Picasso’s painting, Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigarette, so you can remember this when you return home. 

After, you take the metro to see Basílica de la Sagrada Família, one of Barcelona’s most popular landmarks - and the largest unfinished Catholic church in the world. You’ve seen pictures before, but it’s incomparable in real life as you take in the scale of the architecture and the depth of detail. It was designed by architect Antoni Gaudi, whose influence is felt across the city, for example in the wondrous and whimsical Park Güell, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are a total of 12 Gaudi buildings in Barcelona and they are instantly recognisable for their style - Catalan Modernism.

With it now cooling down, you just about have time to visit Barceloneta Beach, popular for its fine golden sand and the clear, warm water of the Mediterranean sea. If you face the sea and look to the left, catching a flash of gold, your eyes aren’t deceiving you. You’ve spotted the Peix (fish) by Frank Gehry. This huge sculpture is 56 metres long and 35 metres high and seems to be longing to jump into the blue waters.

But why would you look at a big golden fish when you can look at one of the most beautiful women you’ve ever seen in a bikini? She catches you looking and gives you a cheeky wink. In the water, the sunlight dancing off her wet skin, you can’t wait to be alone again later.

Back at the hotel, you get your wish. Later, after a long shower together, you head out. You’ve investigated some of the great restaurants and decide to visit Restaurante Mirabé, C. de Manuel Arnús, 2, Distrito de Sarrià-Sant Gervasi. This restaurant benefits from a hilltop location with sweeping views across the ocean and the entirety of Barcelona. You arrive as the sun is setting, bathing it in a golden glow.

You waste no time ordering a jug of sangria to share. The menu looks delicious - to start, you choose Galician clams with Italian tomato and rosemary and monkfish and prawn croquettes with Japanese mayonnaise. The food is spectacular and your escort is a vision in a white, off the shoulder dress.

For the main, you go for the seafood paella. This dish of baked rice is incredibly popular in Spain, for good reason and is a must-try dish. You both enjoy your food and talk at length throughout the meal. As the sky darkens, the city comes alive with lights, allowing you to see the shape of the coast through the floor-to-ceiling windows. 

Back at your hotel, you crack open the cava - and those toys are certainly put to good use too. You sleep well, exhausted.

For breakfast in the morning you head to the Milk Bar and Bistro, Carrer D'en Gignàs, 21, a 15-minute walk from your hotel which takes you past the cathedral. You both have smoothies and you try huevos rancheros, a Mexican fried egg dish. You decide to walk down the tree-lined La Rambla. This famous street is stunning and popular for good reason. It’s hard to believe that it started life as an open sewer in the Middle Ages. 

You visit Mercat de la Boqueria, a market which which first opened in 1840 and now has 300 stalls. You purchase both Serrano and Iberico ham, plus olives and nuts. 

Walking back through the narrow winding streets of the Gothic Quarter, you’re glad you chose to stay where you did. Back at the hotel, you both decide to relax at the stunning rooftop pool, with its beautiful views over the Barrio Gòtico. 

Before you know, it’s time to fly home. You kiss your escort goodbye - it’s been amazing two days.