Hostels Near Sagrada Familia

We have 9 Hostels in Sagrada Familia with an average rating of 8.1 based on 197563 reviews.
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Primavera Hostel
Primavera Hostel offers spacious private rooms and bedrooms with a combination of traditional and modern designs. It is conveniently located in the heart of Barcelona near metro stations and bus stops.
Hostel- 1.25km from city centre
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Bed & Bike Barcelona
Barcelona Bed&Bike offers a friendly and familiar atmosphere with no curfew, modern facilities, free linens, free wifi, clean and comfortable beds with curtains for privacy
Hostel- 1.24km from city centre
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Sant Jordi Hostels Sagrada Familia
The Sagrada Familia hostel Barcelona features a skating theme with amenities such as a large guest kitchen, lounge, and private patio. It is conveniently located with two metro lines and three-night bus lines
Hostel- 2.66km from city centre
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Barcelona & You
We are located in one of the most vivid and great areas of Barcelona, one of the most multicultural citie
Hostel- 1.92km from city centre
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Hola Hostel Eixample
Registration Number AJ000575 The lively and brand new Hola Hostal Eixample is set in Barcelona's Eixample District, less than 10min walking to PlazaCatalunya. This property has a 24-hour reception, bed linen and Wi-Fi access for free. Rooms and beds are spacious...
Hostel- 1.25km from city centre
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Urbany Hostel Barcelona
High class facilities with private bathroom in all rooms, free Wi-Fi, fully equiped kitchen and great terrace to enjoy the best Barcelona views.
Hostel- 2.62km from city centre
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No Limit Hostel Graffiti
Travelling is about experiencing the things you thought you?d never do. A hostel is not a just a bunk bed, it?s a community of best friends you haven?t met and stories you haven't heard. We want you to have the most crazy adventure of your life... W
Hostel- 2.42km from city centre
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Sea Hostel Barcelona
Offering a superb location right on Barcelona?s Barceloneta Beach, Sea Hostel Barcelona has 24-hour reception and a free WiFi zone. Barcelona?s former fishing district, Barceloneta offers the city?s best range of seafood restaurants. Many beach bars are in...
Hostel- 2.08km from city centre
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Hotel Monegal
Hotel Monegal walk to Barcelona?s Gothic Cathedral and the rest of main attractions!
Hotel- 0.18km from city centre
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About Sagrada Familia

Barcelona has some of the best nightlife in Europe, which attracts backpackers and partygoers from around the globe. It’s also well-known for world-class music festivals like Sonár and Primavera Sound, which step things up in the summer. Oh, there’s also amazing food, art, architecture, surfing, football and culture to explore. If you haven’t been,
there’s no excuse. Book your trip now!

There are more than 100 youth hostels in Barcelona to choose from, which means you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to cheap accommodation close to the city centre.
If you want to enjoy the nightlife in Barcelona, pick a youth hostel that makes it easy to socialise and meet other solo travellers. For foodies and culture lovers,
why not book a private room in one of Barcelona’s many boutique hostels?

Some of the best youth hostels in Barcelona offer free breakfast, cooking lessons and city tours. A few even give you access to a gym and swimming pool!
Regardless of where you decide to book, you can find youth hostels, party hostels, design hostels, boutique hostels and… you get the point.

East of Las Ramblas is Barri Gòtic, the city’s oldest neighbourhood, which is home to a lot more cheap accommodation and offers just as much to do. There are artisan shops, endless food options and epic nightlife. For beach lovers the only option is Bareceloneta, which puts you within walking distance of the beach and some of the city’s best seafood. It's also a great spot for skating in Barcelona.

No trip to Barcelona would be complete without a visit to La Sagrada Familia, one of the most intricate and awe-inspiring pieces of architecture in the world, which is also the most visited monument in Spain. The first step is getting from the airport to the city centre. You can take a shuttle which runs every five minutes and takes 30 minutes to get you into town,
or the train which takes about 25 minutes.

Barcelona is one of the most compact and densely populated cities in Europe, which means you’re rarely more than 20 minutes’ walk away from a point of interest.
The city also has a good network of cycle lanes, which makes renting a bicycle a great option. Finally, there’s public transport, which includes the metro, plus an extensive network of buses and trams.


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