Looking for a hostel in Barcelona? Look no further, all the good deals in Barcelona are on Dorms.com. Like thousands of other people every month, book your hostel securely at the best price in all neighbourhoods of Barcelona. On this site, you can easily find a hostel downtown, in a trendy neighbourhood; a hostel in the student- university district, close to bus or train stations, airports or major attractions of Barcelona.
Barcelona Bed & Bike is located in the Eixample district , a strategically well located and quiet area which to explore easily the magic of the city. We are just 5 minutes walk from the “Sagrada Familia” and 10 minutes from other places like Las Ramblas , Plaza Catalunya , Arc de Triomf , Born or Barceloneta . Bed & Bike Barcelona is well connected to public transport. The nearest underground stations are Tetuan (2′) or Girona (5′), from which you can go at any part of the city by metro.
Our guests think the hostel has a perfect location, placed in the center of Barcelona and within 15 minutes walk from Plaza Catalunya and Las Ramblas. Also very well and easily connected with the airport, the AirBus stops 30 meters away from Bird House, at "Gran Via-Urgell".
Sarrià-St. Gervasi is a great choice for travelers interested in monuments, museums and city trips. You can reach Sagrada Familia in 30 min by walking and it is only 3 stops from the metro Hospital Clinic (8 minutes by walking from our hostel). Only 15 minutes by walking you will find one of the largest shopping mall in Barcelona called L'illa Diagonal. This is a great hostel to know the city. To get to Placa Espanya it takes only 16 min by bus!
The hostel Pere Tarrés Youth in Barcelona is a new building andis situated one of the safest part of the city, very good day and night underground and bus connections to Barcelona city centre. Pere Tarrés Barcelona Youth Hostel facilities are very modern and so comfortable. The hostel is one of the few hostels in Barcelona where all the rooms have a private bathroom. You’ll also find a fitted kitchen where you can show off your culinary talents or, if you prefer, try our great food.
The hostel is only a couple of minutes walking distance to the main square Plaza Catalunya and the main streets, La Rambla and Passeig de Gracia. Within the same block of the hostel guests can find 24 hours supermarkets, bars, restaurants, and all public transportation (bus, train, metro). In a radius of 35 minutes walking distance 90% of the monuments as well as the beach are reachable, e.g. Casa Batlló 7 min, Casa Mila 12 min, La Sagrada Familia 30 min, La Rambla 3 min, Plaza Catalunya 2 min.
The ACYH is right in the heart of Barcelona, just a few steps from the famous street "Las Ramblas" and the main square "Plaza Catalunya", which is the last stop of the airport shuttle bus. Main attractions like "Casa Batlló" or "La Pedrera", public transportation (airport shuttle, metro, bus, train), 24h supermarkets, bars and restaurants are all reachable in a short stroll form the hostel. You can even walk to the beach in 30 minutes going down the beautiful and world famous La Rambla.
Do you want to go to the beach? You’re already there! In less than five minutes you’ll be able to enjoy the wonderful Mar Bella and Bogatell beaches. Do you want to get lost in Barcelona and enjoy every nook and cranny? Great! Only five metro stations away is the city centre, with the Gothic Quarter, Las Ramblas, Plaza Catalunya…
Barcelona. Where do we start? We can try to describe the famous landmarks that sprung from Gaudi’s imagination; we can tell you about the colourful markets, the passionate and energetic people, the cool urban beaches. We could tell you about random nights out in the city centre, bouncing from El Raval to Gotico and back again. Then there are the hostels themselves: cool, cheap youth hostels just right for solo backpackers; downtown hostels with large, group-friendly dorms. Hostels you’ll make camp in, make friends in, and sleep it off in. We could tell you about all of that and more. But Barcelona is one of those cities that you can’t really prepare for. Our advice? Just dive in. Order food you’ve never heard of; shake a leg with the locals; wander aimlessly down the Ramblas and let this truly international, individual and inspiring city take you on an unforgettable journey.
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Give us a HOLA!: Roving backpackers should pick up a Hola BCN!, also known as a Barcelona Travel Card, which allows unlimited travel on all forms of transport for 2, 3, 4 or 5 days. Not to be confused with…
…the Barcelona Card: This little gem offers unlimited travel plus discounts at shops, attractions and restaurants.
Share your travel costs: You can also get a T10 Zone 1 ticket that can be shared with other people and allows you to switch between forms of transport round town.
You’ll fly into Barcelona Airport, also known as Barcelona-El Prat. The airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 1 (T1) and Terminal 2 which has 3 separate buildings called T2A, T2B and T2C.
To reach your hostel, take the Aerobus (A1 and A2) to Plaça de Catalunya, which runs every 10 minutes and takes 35 minutes; or the number 46 bus runs between Plaça d'Espanya and Barcelona Airport (T1 and T2) daily. Night buses also run to/from T1/T2 every 20 minutes.
Take the twice-hourly train from the RENFE (Spanish Rail) station to Sants station, which takes 18 minutes.
High-speed trains from major Spanish and other European cities arrive at Barcelona Sants station, the city’s main railway station and the terminus for the high-speed trains and many Spanish and foreign destinations, suburban rail and trains to Barcelona Airport. National and regional trains also arrive/depart from França station.
Experienced backpackers will be familiar with Barcelona Nord Bus Station, where most national and international services arrive. Buses also depart from Barcelona Sants station and other areas of the city.
Purchase a Barcelona Transport Card in advance or T10 ticket at the entrance to any metro station, which entitles you to 10 journeys on the metro, some trains, buses, tram and RENFE in all Zone 1 areas.
Language: Most people understand and speak Spanish, although locals speak the Catalan dialect.
Timezone: Central European Time Zone
Dialing code: +34 for Spain, 93 for Barcelona
The central post office in Barcelona is on Plaça d'Antoni López at the bottom of Via Laietana near Barceloneta and the Barcelona harbour area. Plaça Antonio López, 08002, Barcelona 90 219 71 97
Vall d’hebron Hospital General
119-129, Horta-Guinardo, 08035 Barcelona
Tel: 093 274 61 00
Hospital de Sant Joan de Deu
Passeig Sant Joan de Deu 2, 08950 Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona
Tel: 093 253 21 00.
There is a pharmacy at La Rambla 98 (in front of Boqueria). Tel: 093 301 28 43
The main tourist office is under Plaça de Catalunya, the busiest square in Barcelona. It’s difficult to find - look for the large pillars with an ‘I’ at the top, which mark the entrances. Tel: 093 285 38 34
Shops generally open from 9:00-13:00/14:00, the reopen at 16:30 until 20:00 or later. Many are closed on Saturday afternoons and Sundays. The main department stores are open all day until late, including Saturdays and smaller supermarkets tend to open later in the evening and on Sundays.
Emergency numbers: The general emergency number is 112. For medical, call 061, and for fire 080.