Graffiti Hostel

Address: C/Arago 527-529 Ppal, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08026, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Les Corts area of Barcelona, is near La Fira, L'Espai, Filmoteca de la Generalitat de Catalunya, and Europolis.
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      Exploring the Districts in Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by mdesoto on Oct 09, 2014

      1 comment, 65 photos

      ... well as the farther reaches of the park. We walked through the park and could see Gaudi's vision of a planned community. The landscape reminded us of Prescott's high desert. Unfortunately, the people of Barcelona in the early 1900's didn't see Gaudi's vision and didn't want to move that far out of town at the time. It never took off as a community, but it is a beautiful park with nice views over the ...

      Catalan Calling

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Aug 18, 2014

      27 photos

      Another early start in Amsterdam for our flight to the Catalan Capital of Barcelona, all was running smoothly until we got to the airport and found the light had been delayed, first by 25minutes, then by 2 hours and finally we took off over 4 hours late. Positively we got some snack voucher and advised to complain for a possible refund.

      Finally in Barcelona the fun didn't stop with a train delay and finally about an hour looking for our ...

      Blown Away by Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by keithandialaska on Nov 24, 2013

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... of the senses!” Rome was magnificent and majestic, Istanbul exotic and exciting, Athens was tired, Mykonos stunning and Genoa charming but Barcelona, Barcelona was flamboyant, frivolous, bold and whimsical all at the same time. I think if cities had a gender, Barcelona would definitely be all woman – curved lines bedecked with intricate wrought iron lace-work, mysterious with hidden surprises around each corner. We had chosen to do a tour, billed as ...

      Hola Barcelona!

      A travel blog entry by erinkats on Aug 12, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... or Barri Gotic, next to the Old Town. I was ashamed to be looking for dinner at 6pm, absurdly early to the Spanish. What would they think of us, this was the most touristy move of our trip! Dmitriy isn't swayed by such trivial things, so we found a place that was open and proudly became their only customers for the next hour.

      Xaloc, according to our guide, was known for gourmet level tapas at reasonable prices. The menu actually seemed ...


      A travel blog entry by kseamon on Jun 03, 2013

      ... America could go to Spain and Spanish customs could come to America. Nothing against France but the people here are so much more welcoming and friendly and want you to explore their culture embrace it and fall in love with it...and whatever they are doing it's working. One day I hope I can come back to see Valencia as well...that's my only regret is not seeing this beautiful city of arts and sciences. That's all for now, sending my love to all' ...