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Very good, Score from 136 reviews.
Offering a roof-top swimming pool, Residencia Onix is a university residence set 100 metres from Barcelona’s Estació del Nord Bus Station. There are 6 people looking at this hotel Barcelona Youth Hostels. More
It has a fitness centre and air-conditioned apartments with free internet access.
The apartments at Residencia Onix feature bright colours and simple décor. Each one has a TV and a bathroom, and the kitchenettes come with a hob and microwave. There is a daily cleaning service. Bed linen and towels are provided.
The residence has extensive common areas, including a DVD lounge, a computer room and a games room with table tennis. There are also vending machines for snacks and drinks and a laundry.
You can walk to Ciutadella Park in 8 minutes from Residencia Onix, and Barceloneta Beach is a 20-minute walk away. Located 5 minutes’ walk away, Arc de Triomf Metro Station is just 2 stops from Plaza Catalunya and the Ramblas.
We speak your language! Apartments/rooms: 234.
Barcelona Spain Youth Hostels.
Fabulous, Score from 2 reviews.
Hip Hostel Barcelona has bright, contemporary décor and is housed in a restored bank. Its lobby features a striking spiral staircase and an original domed skylight. The rooms and dorms feature modern design and shared bathrooms. Dorms include lockers and air conditioning.
Staff can provide information on Barcelona’s many attractions, and they also organize entry to bars and nightclubs. Luggage storage is available and there are also computers for guests’ use.
Shops, bars, cafés and restaurants can be found in the surrounding streets. Charming squares, including Plaza del Sol and Plaza de la Vila de Gràcia, are within 150 metres of the hostel.
You can walk to sights including the Sagrada Família, La Pedrera and Casa Batlló in 25 minutes. Plaza de Catalunya and Las Ramblas are just 3 stops from Diagonal Metro Station.
We speak your language! Hostel: 9 rooms.
Barcelona Spain Youth Hostels.
Good, Score from 26 reviews.
This university hall of residence is located in the centre of Vilanova, 3 minutes’ walk from Vilanova Train Station. There are 3 people looking at this hotel Barcelona Youth Hostels. More It offers cosy, air-conditioned apartments with a kitchenette, 10 minutes’ walk from the port.
The bright apartments at Residencia Universitaria Vilanova feature smart, functional décor. All include a desk, TV, fridge, hob and a private bathroom.
There are several bars, restaurants and shops within 5 minutes’ walk of the property and you can reach central Barcelona by train in around 45 minutes.
The Vilanova Residence is just 15 minutes’ drive from the charming coastal town of Sitges and 40 minutes’ drive Roman Tarragona. There are also several hiking and cycling routes nearby.
The Garraf Nature Reserve is 20 minutes’ drive away and Barcelona El Prat Airport is 37 km away.
We speak your language! Hostel: 40 rooms.
Barcelona Spain Youth Hostels.
Just 100 metres from Fontana Metro Station, Hostel St.Marius-Gracia is in Barcelona’s trendy Gràcia district. There is 1 person looking at this hotel Barcelona Youth Hostels. More
It offers free Wi-Fi and is 10 minutes’ walk from the main avenues of Diagonal and Passeig de Gràcia.
The bright soundproofed rooms feature a fan, desk and wardrobe. They come with heating and have shared bathroom facilities. Sheets and quilts are provided.
The hostel has a communal lounge area with a flat-screen TV. Guests can use the hostel’s 2 well-equipped communal kitchens.
There are many shops, bars and restaurants in the surrounding area. The hostel has a lift and a tour desk. Plaza Catalunya and the Rambla are just 3 stops away by Metro.
Hostel: 12 rooms.
Top 10 Attractions, Barcelona – Spain Travel Guide.
Take a tour of Barcelona, Spain – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
Hi, this is your host, Naomi. I would like to show you the top ten attractions of Barcelona.
Number 10 – Parc Guell. Barcelona has many great landmarks designed by the world renowned architect, Antoni Gaudi. One of them is the unique Parc Guell.
Number 9 – Plaza de Espana. It is a grand, massive square in the middle of Barcelona. The square was built back in 1920 for the international exhibition.
Number 8 – La Boqueria, a colorful market where you will find both locals and visitors. Besides the freshness of produce, presentation is extremely eye catching.
Number 7 – Casa Batllo. This Antoni Gaudi designed building has the appearance of being made from skulls and bones. It’s roof is just as fascinating.
Number 6 – Gothic Quarter. It the center of Barcelona’s Old City. Amidst the buildings from medieval times, you will feel transported back in time.
Number 5 – Barcelona Cathedral, a beautiful cathedral located in the city’s Gothic Quarter. It’s impressive gothic architecture dates back to the 14th century.
Number 4 – Beaches. Many people are not aware that Barcelona has an excellent beach scene. Locals love to relax by one of the many great beaches in the city.
Number 3 – La Rambla, probably the most famous area of Barcelona and very popular amongst tourists. Don’t forget to appreciate the history while watching street performers.
Number 2 – Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera, it was architected by the great Antoni Gaudi. The unusual rooftop can be seen on many postcards from Barcelona.
And Number 1 – La Sagrada Familia. This was the largest project by Antoni Gaudi. The construction of this world famous church began in 1882 and is still ongoing.
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