Pars Teatro Hostel

Address: Carrer d'Albareda, 12, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08004, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the El Poble Sec area of Barcelona, is near Mirador de Colon, Columbus Monument (Monument a Colom), Maritime Museum (Museu Maritim), and Apolo / Nitsaclub.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette

          TripAdvisor Reviews Pars Teatro Hostel Barcelona

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Barcelona

          Barcelona! What a long strange trip it was!

          A travel blog entry by mbednarek on Sep 09, 2015

          1 comment, 17 photos

          ... but they probably don't do it justice.

          An hour and a half of wonder, followed by a lift up the Passion Tower, and we were ready for tapas for dinner, still running on Gaudi-driven adrenaline and the spark of Barcelona. Found a great tapas bar, Sagardi’s, right down the alley from our hotel, where we ate mouth-watering tapas and drank cerveza and a local red wine to our hearts and stomachs content for $30.

          Happily, sleep fell fast over our travel weary souls.

          Day 21 - Barcelona

          A travel blog entry by warwicksoption on Aug 07, 2014

          26 photos

          ... known practitioner of Catalan Modernism. Gaudi's works reflects an individualised and distinctive style.

          About 65 per cent of the work has now been completed and now, with new masonry techniques speeding up the work, builders say the Almighty will only have to wait another 13 years to see its final spires and main fašade fully completed.

          The Cathedral is awe-inspiring and it is huge, looking magnificent. We saw it back in 2007 and considerable ...

          Truly a City of Marvels

          A travel blog entry by santillana95 on Jun 05, 2014

          1 photo

          ... experience more than The Shadow of the Wind. This blog post will show just how I felt that The City of Marvels achieved this.

          To start off with, The City of Marvels did a superb job of chronicling Barcelona’s growth starting with the first World’s Exhibition to its second. In fact, it was in this novel that I first encountered the world "eixample" and was able to see the eixample in ...

          Without a Hitch

          A travel blog entry by cano-dorval on Apr 06, 2014

          1 comment, 18 photos

          ... security....and passport checks....and made the flight with 5 minutes to spare. Flying over Switzerland at night was magical. Cars would appear out of nowhere then disappear again into mountain tunnels. It all looked very surreal.

          Once we arrived in Barcelona we picked up our luggage and our bikes (YES they made it!!) Now we had what felt like the mini Mission Impossible (you can start humming the tune now)....Dum dum dee dee dum dum doo ...

          Gaudi Barcelona, Rain , Goat heads and Birthdays

          A travel blog entry by aniemi on Nov 18, 2013

          1 comment, 22 photos

          ... we had a Gaudi tour, this is not to be confused with a gaudy tour, which would have been something else, even if Gaudy derives from Gaudi. We did not dress in sparkly, bright colored clothing and feather boas.

          Gaudi was a Spanish architect in the Art Nouveau style. He was an incredible outside the box thinker and his buildings are like nothing you have ever seen before, unless you have seen his work.. He ...