Hostels in Barcelona

Plaza Real Barcelone

Second city of Spain, prosperous and vibrant, the capital of the province of Catalonia covers about 490 square kilometres with 1.5 million people. Located along the Mediterranean coast, it is a major Spanish center not only for its economic but also cultural and touristic boldness.
The two languages commonly spoken in Barcelona are the Castilian (Spanish) and Catalan. The signs and posters are written in Catalan, but if you talk to people in Spanish, they will respond in that language. The currency is the Euro.

Getting Around in Barcelona

Most people travel in Barcelona by metro, bus or taxi. The most simple and practical means of transport is the subway, which lets visitors reach some outlying attractions such as Park Guell.
Instead of buying individual tickets, if you intend to take the subway several times in the same day, it is more economical to purchase a tourist pass for several days. In addition, these cards are valid in buses as well as the subway. You can also buy the tickets by 10, which is cheaper than per unit.

There are also  double-decker “hop on- hop off” busses that will take you to all major sights of the city. One ticket, purchased at one of the many locations around the city will allow you to ride all day and hop on and off as you please.

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Guell Park

Sumptuous mosaics adorn the Guell Park in many places. One of the best known is the salamander found near the entrance. At the top, from the terrace you have a beautiful view over the city and its various monuments. The park

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La Sagrada Familia

Another work of Antonio Gaudi, unfortunately incomplete, but still quite impressive. Whether one likes his style or not, it's hard not to be awed by the work done by the famous Catalan architect. Since Gaudi's death in 1926, work has continued

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Mercat de la Boqueria

This market whose origins date back to the XIII century is a must in Barcelona. This is the biggest market of Spain, which offers the most variety in products, and which is of course the most popular among tourists. Some

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Can Paixano

For an unforgettable and a purely barcelonian experience , spend an evening at Can Paixano. For over 40 years this bar has been offering tapas, atmosphere and "champagne" at reasonable prices to spice up the nights out. The glass

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La Plata Bar in Barcelona

Gastronomy in Barcelona obviously extends beyond the tapas bars, but it goes without saying that this remains the ideal formula for eating well without breaking the bank! Here's another tapas bar that is a must for Barcelona: La Plata. This is a

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