Arco A&A Youth Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArco A&A Youth Hostel Barcelona
Not too bad, but not great. No signage to indicate where the hostel is just a plain green door and a few flights of stairs before you knew you were in the right place. Could have been cleaner but fine for just somewhere to sleep.
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