HTOP Santa Susanna

C/ Maria 1, Santa Susana, Costa Brava, 08398, Spain
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which part of gracia to stay in?

by joa1313

We will spend 11 nights in Barcelona in March. We know we want to stay in Gracia, but can't find enough information online to decide which part of the neighborhood. We have chosen Gracia as a place where people really live, and the apartments we have short listed are in the northwest corner, near Lesseps metro, or in the southeast, below Travessera de Gracia, nearer to Joanic metro. Is one of these areas better, with more neighborhood groceries, little squares and cafes?

Thanks in advance for advice.

Re: which part of gracia to stay in?

by Doffcocker


When I started visiting Barcelona back in the 80s the friends I stay with lived in Gracia in Carrer Pérez Galdós, in the NW corner very near Lesseps. It was a great place to live and there were local bakers, greengrocers, etc and plenty of shops just round the corner on C/- Gran de Cracia. However apart from the small bar/restaurant across the street we always used to go down the hill towards Travessera de Gracia for bars and restaurants, the little squares are down in that direction and the local market is actually on Travessera de Gracia. That area is more central to Gracia, it is also closer to Passeig de Gracia and the city centre.

Re: which part of gracia to stay in?

by macedoniamix

Hello! It is nice you want to be in Gracia district! It is true, there you will find people who really live in Barcelona. I can recommend you the following apartment on the heart of Gracia:

Next to this apartment you will find Shops, retro and trendy boutiques, nice restaurants, bars and cafés and obviouly the charming little squares!

I hope you enjoy your stay in Barcelona!

Re: which part of gracia to stay in?

by Labrix

My advise is: Don't take the apartment in a square. Many people meet the friends in the squares and it can be very noisy, and they can be there for all night.

Apart of this, the "Green line" (number 3) of metro gives you a better acces to the city center, anyway, the "Yellow line" (sorry, I don't remember the number), is not so bad.


Travel Tips for Barcelona

A must see - Sagrada Familia / March 2010

by windoweb

Sagrada Familia - This is the amazing, unfinished church designed by Gaudi. From the outside, it is quite a sight to see, but if you do go to church, you must climb up to the top. The view from the parapets over Barcelona is breathtaking. Be warned, it is quite a hike up some very steep stairs.

General walk round


Most of the tourist spots in Barcelona are located in walking distance to La Rambla and in the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gotic). A stroll through the narrow alleyways and along the broad avenues offers many hidden views of the city. Monumental plazas and fountains, cafes and bars invite for a short break.

Catalonia Bilingualism

by gasca

In Barcelona (and an area comprising Catalonia, comunitat Valenciana, Illes Balears and some other parts) there's a bilingualism so Catalan and Spanish are spoken in the same way. Everybody understands Spanish although in some towns and villages Catalan is the only language spoken (not common).

Catalan is very similar to Spanish (70%) and it has some similarity to French and Italian.

There's a strange situation with Catalan too: as it is very similar to Spanish and many people from Catalonia traditionally came from southern regions of Spain (Andalucia, Extremadura) Catalan is not correctly written and spoken even in the media.

Catalan is spoken in a variety of dialects and places (it's spoken in l'Alguer, a Sardinian town of 20.000 inh.).

Catalunya circuit

by dawn67

Travelling to the circuit for the F1 grand prix -

Use local metro links to get to a train station that will get you on the train for Montmello.
Set off early as Montmello station is small and crowded (as will be the trains). The circuit is about a 25 minute walk away from the station but on the morning there is a free shuttle service but it's very crowded and people aren't very polite! The shuttle doesn't run on the afternoon.
The metro and train stations will be very crowded - hang onto your personal possessions - there are lots of people shoving and pushing and several people we met had been victims of pickpockets.

You can have a beautiful sight...

by lucyguajardo

You can have a beautiful sight see over a big baloon. If you take it, they will give you a Diploma.

The baloon is near the zoo, by one side you will see the beach, in the other the zoo and in the other one you will see the rest of the city..



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 HTOP Santa Susanna

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Address: C/ Maria 1, Santa Susana, Costa Brava, 08398, Spain