Directions to Barcelona Central Garden
Map & Directions
The hostel has a black door with iron bars and glass.
It is situated between two restaurants: El Raco & La Trobada.
The building displays red shutters. The buzzer is on the left side. Small sign.
1. AIRPORT to CITY by TRAIN (5am to 11:38pm)
Take the train at Terminal 2 to Paseo de Gracia Station (From T1 take the free shuttle to T2). Single ride 3.15Eur T10 card accepted (0.93Eur/journey).
1.2.At Paseo de Gracia Station exit at the corner of Aragon With Bank Pastor on your left, walk down Paseo de Gracia for 2 blocks. On Diputacio street turn left for 2 more blocks- On Roger de LLuria turn left and walk 5 meters.
2. AIRPORT to CITY by AEROBUS (6am to 1am -aprox 5,90Eur)
It departs from each Terminal (tickets onboard).Get off at Plaza Catalunia. With the large department store El Corte Ingles on your right, walk uphill on Paseo de Gracia for 1 block. Turn right at Gran Via (multi-lane road) and walk 2 blocks until Roger de LLuria. Turn left and walk 1 block uphill. You will see the hostel on your left (after Diputacio Street)
3. AIRPORT to CITY by TAXI
Around 27Eur from Terminal 2 and 30Eur from Terminal 1. Check the rate with the driver before you get in the taxi!
4. AIRPORT to City by Night BUS (from 10pm to 5am)
Take Bus 16 or17 to Plaza Catalunia. Then follow 2. T10 accepted.
5. From SANTS Station
Take Metro L3 (Green) direction to Trinitat Nova. Get off at Paseo de Gracia. Then follow point 1.2
*Tips: The best way to visit Barcelona is to buy a T-10 Card (10 journeys for 9.25 Euros). This pass is valid on the trains from the airport, metros & buses and can be shared by a group of people as long as it’s validated for all passengers travelling with it.
Do not leave luggage in custody at Nord Bus Station, it might disappear! Also, do not accept help to carry your luggage, and hold onto your luggage at all times!
Street Names: Most streets names are located on the corner of building facades. Some of the names might be different depending on whether they are in Spanish or Catalan (eg. Passeig de Gracia/Paseo de Gracia). Carrer means street.