La Ciutat Albergue Residencia

Alegre de Dalt 66, Barcelona, 08024, Spain
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Planning student trip to barcelona, any cheap hostels?

by Antp93

im a student currently planning a holiday for me and my friends to madrid then barcelona i was wondering if anybody could reccomend any hostels or cheaper hotels in barcelona,
Thanks in advance.

Re: Planning student trip to barcelona, any cheap hostels?

by call_me_rhia

Last time, with my students, i stayed at the hotel peninsular, just off the ramblas.

check out the website and see if it might suit you.
In the rates they only mention single and double rooms, but there are also triples and quadruples...

Re: Planning student trip to barcelona, any cheap hostels?

by bristleposh

Hi, I have just booked a room for next week through can't tell you how good or bad it is because I haven't been yet. It's called the InOut has good write ups and only cost 9 euros including breakfast, hope this helps.

Re: Planning student trip to barcelona, any cheap hostels?

by Labrix

The hostal Grau is very well located, 1 minute walking from the Ramblas and 2 minutes from Plaza Catalunya. You can rent a room or a little apartment and is not expensive.

But, as everything can't be perfect, you have to bear in mind too that it's a quite old place.


Travel Tips for Barcelona

See Antonio Gauidi's many...

by bluefelt

See Antonio Gauidi's many buildings. I got the tour in Spanish from an older gentleman who was so kind to us. He walked us all over the city to find other buildings by Gaudi. This building is based on the body of a dragon. The balconies are skulls, the posts are kneebones, and the roof is the backbone of the dragon. The beautiful colors represent scales. Gaudi had an incredible imagination.


At 542m (1778ft),...

by eladr


At 542m (1778ft), Tibidabo is the highest hill in the
wooded range that forms the backdrop to Barcelona. If
the air's clear, it's a great place for views over
the city. The locals come up here for some thrills at
the amusement park Parc d'Atraccions, which has rides
and a house of horrors. As hair-raising as anything
at the Parc, however, is the glass lift that goes
115m (126yd) up to a visitors' observation area at
Torre de Collserola telecommunications tower. The
more sedate can find solace in Temple del Sagrat Cor,
Barcelona's answer to Paris' Sacré Coeur; it's even
more vilified by aesthetes than its Paris equivalent.
Looming above Tibidabo's funicular station, it is
actually two churches, one on top of the other. The
top one is surmounted by a giant Christ and has a
lift to the roof.

Squak of supper

by bpwillet

There inside the courtyard of the cathedral of Barri Gotic, is a well manicured plaza with tall trees, shrubs, and geese. There were a few women who came around to feed them. It was very sweet but the tranquility of the courtyard has a different ring to it when competing with the squaking of happy, hungry geese. But it was sweet of her to do so.

Palau Reial de Pedralbes

by timtregenza

This palace contains a ceramics musuem, but the gardens are a very beautiful place and quite formal. The gardens are used by many people for first communion photos.

This is on the new tram system, closest to Palau Reial.

St. Joseph Market - Mercado San José

by spanishguy about La Boquería

It's the most popular market in town. The market of St. Joseph is best know as Boqueria and its a world into itself. It's very interesting for both its architecture and its atmosphere where you can find a great variety of products. It's in a 19th century structure of glass and iron.

Es el mercado más popular de la ciudad. El mercado de San José es más conocido como de la Boquería y encierra un mundo en sí mismo. Es muy interesante tanto por su arquitectura como por el ambiente, donde puedes encontrar una gran vsariedad de productos. Está en una estructura de hierro y cristal del siglo XIX.

Opening hours / Horario de apertura

Mondays to Saturdays / Lunes a sábados: 8:00 - 20:30 There are all kind of food, flowers and handmade stuf.

Hay todo tipo de comida, flores y artículos de artesanía Prices are reasonable and slightly cheaper than in bigger shops.

Los precios son razonables y ligeramete más bajos que en tiendas grandes.


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