Hostal Santa Anna

Calle de Santa Ana 23, Barcelona, Spain
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Finding a 2 bedroom apt in Barcelona for 3 adults (couple and 14 year old son)

by Litner

My husband, myself and our 14 year old son will be coming to Barcelona on Dec 21 - Dec 27... We are looking for a clean,safe, quiet, and centrally located apt that has 2 bedrooms and one full bath (elevator would be helpful) Wiling to pay a higher price for a lovely apt... Last time we were in Barcelona we stayed in the Gothic Area (which i loved) at the Hotel Neri...I did get a response from a VRBO apt:

That apartment is located in the center of Barcelona near "Cathedral sagrada familia" - at 5 minutes walking distance from the Gaudí's modernist cathedral- and in the Eixample area, very well comunicated with 2 lines of metro to both Passeig de gracia (10 mn) and Plaza Catalunya (15mn). The closest subway stops are "Hospital San Pau" on the blue line at at 2mn walk and "Encants" on the lilac line at a 5mn walk. It's also a very safe area and with all the comodities you may need at 20 meters (supermarkets, bakery, cybercafes, restaurants etc).

Can anyone tell me if this is a good area and what questions i might be asking the owner. I am afraid that it might be to noisy or not as close to Gothic area as i would like... What i also remember of the Exiample area was that it was pretty dead after all the buildings closed? Maybe i am not correct here...

Thanks for any feeback or suggestions...

So excited to show my son one of my favorite destinations...

Re: Finding a 2 bedroom apt in Barcelona for 3 adults (couple and 14 year old son)

by MaheshSamtani

There are many companies renting out apartments in the city of Barcelona. At the following links you will find some of them and others in my Barcelona pages

Hope you find a good solution and enjoy your stay.
best regards

Re: Finding a 2 bedroom apt in Barcelona for 3 adults (couple and 14 year old son)

by Belsaita

I love the area near Sagrada Familia/Sant Pau, but it's at least a 45 minutes walk to Gotic (or a few metro stops). However, it's 20 min walking to Gràcia (a great area for shopping and dinning). The area is not dead at night as there are quite a few restaurants around, but not as I would define as a 'lively' area. There is a Christmas market in Sagrada Familia.

It depends on you. The location is great if you want to be in a very 'local' atmosphere and you don't mind taking the metro or bus often. If you really want to be in or close the Old Town, it's too far away.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

The city is famed for its...

by Pegasus74

The city is famed for its Modernist architecture, almost all of which are innovative masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi, who seemingly used the city as his canvas. Many are extraordinarily crafted; their shapes mimicking nature and hues spanning across a spectrum. The outstanding being the Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia, an exquisite cathedral to which the artist dedicated the last 43 years of his life, but which remains as yet unfinished. The completed art piece will feature 12 bell-towers in the facades dedicated to the 12 apostles, 4 others for the evangelists, a central dome in honor of Jesus Christ and a tower of Virgin Mary. I suggest heading up to the spires, accessible via spiral and shadowy stairways, to have an idea of what the final structure should look like and to simultaneously capture an overview of Barcelona.

His excellent draughtsmanship is also displayed around Passeig de Gracia, the so-called Quadrat d’Or (Golden Square) in the Eixample. Of all, the wave-like Casa Mila is the most outstanding, mainly because of its colorful mosaic outlook and inexplicable balconies. Another area that details his works is Parc Guell, a lovely park which sits on a hill, accessible via steep flights of steps from the Lesseps subway station. By foot, you can ascend to a large pavilion supported by near hundred columns. But it will take quite some time to get to that point. It was surely worth the while to make that journey which comes packaged with superb view of the city and yet more exotic but interesting structures designed by Mr. Gaudi. Amid his artistic works stands the pinkish Casa-Museu Gaudi, a museum dedicated to him which once was his residence.

Palau de la musica is a...

by naranja

Palau de la musica is a magnificient building with spectacular mosaics, glasswork and statues. I was very disappointed, that it was closed, so we only could see the outside, which was difficult, considering the narrow street. The columns covered with colorful tiles are so beautiful. What a shame that I couldn't take some closeup pictures!


by Danalia

Serving Size: 4

3/4 lb white sugar
1 tablespoon cold water
1/2 lemon, juice
1 tablespoon boiling water
5 medium eggs
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon vanilla essence or 1 vanilla pod

Preheat the oven to low, 150°C/300°F. Start by making the caramel sauce: in a heavy-based pot, put 100g of the sugar, with the cold water and lemon juice. Allow to heat very gently until the sugar caramelises (shake the pot occasionally for this to happen evenly) and turns a deep golden colour. Do not allow this to boil. Take off the heat and stir in the boiling water, carefully. Put the pot back on the heat to dissolve the caramel in the water.

Now pour this sauce into the base of either 1 large serving dish, or 4 individual ramekin dishes or moulds. Now make the custard by whisking the eggs and remaining sugar together. Heat the milk and vanilla pod until very hot, but not boiling, then let it sit for about 10 minutes. Take out the pod. Now, beat the milk into the egg mixture (add the vanilla essence if you did not use a pod).

Pour the egg mix into the serving dish(es) and place carefully in an ovenproof dish. Pour hot water into this dish to come half way up the sides of the serving dish(es), and cook for about an hour or until set. To serve, let the custards cool, run a knife around the edge of the dish and then invert onto a serving plate. This can be served with thick cream.

Ancient Roman Walls

by dlytle

To see some of the Roman remains in Barcelona you should visit the area near the Cathedral. Several sections of the northeastern walls of Roman Barcino are still standing near the cathedral.

Carrer Tapineria, which runs from Placa de l'Angel (to your right with your back facing Via Laietana) to Placa Ramon Berenguer, does double duty as a parking space for motorcycles and as a viewing space from which you can see a large stretch of a 4th-century defense wall under the Palau Reial Major.

Continuing along C. Tapineria and making a left onto Av. de la Catedral lands you in Placa Seu (in front of the Cathedral), where you can see the only intact octagonal corner tower left today, part of the Museu Diocesa.

To the right of the cathedral are several more Roman towers and a reconstruction of one of the two aqueducts that ran through here to supply water to Barcino.


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