Guest House Sant Andreu

Gran de Sant Andreu 343 Bis, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

More Gaudi and a date with Black Rice

A travel blog entry by kinwah


... of Barcelona. You could easily play spot the landmark from here- la Sagrada, the Barcelona Cathedral, the Torre Agbar (we did not visit this landmark but it bears a strong likeness to a giant silver sex toy) are all clearly visible from this point.

We made our way down towards the monument zone through beautiful pathways cut through a tall forest. We were still in the public park and we were consistently passed by locals out for a jog. The monument zone of Park Guell ...

A great bike ride around Barcelona

A travel blog entry by sandemac

We got up and had a really nice bacon and egg breakfast. We walked to the meeting point for fat bike tours. The girl who took the tour was from chilli and heir name was Paula, she was very good. We rode around the city for 4 hours and had half an hour for lunch bedside the Beach. There's a church being built that was started 100 years ...


A travel blog entry by jessboss4

... until about midnight, got a few drinks each, then decided to have our own pub crawl! May I add, the way they do their drinks here is ridiculous. Bradden and a jacks and lemonade and I had a vodka and juice and they fill their glasses half full of spirits! Literally, 3-4 standard drinks a glass. But they were 8euro so I was happy we got a lot! We all decided we'd go back to the city centre closer to our hostel and to a place called Jamborie. Clubs in Barcelona don't ...

It's a gaudi kind of day

A travel blog entry by brae88


I had heard rave reviews about Barcelona from various people, so my expectations were high. Originally, my plan was to make my way from stinking hot Madrid over to surfy Porto in Portugal. Works out that it fell into the too hard basket and I really didn't want to rush through Portugal. So after some research, Barcelona seemed to be my best choice. And I wasn't disappointed. For the first few nights I stayed in a boutique hostel. It was luxurious and I met some incredible women. We ...


A travel blog entry by andrearini


... bars of Barcelona. One of my personal favorites was one where you ordered a drink and then got to call heads or tails in the air as the bartender flipped a coin. If you got it right, your drink was free, if you got it wrong, you had to pay. Its easy to see how people can become addicted to gambling. After that, Halley took us back to our hostel. We all four slept there. We were all housemates last semester, so it was fun to be “living together” again, even if it ...


This hostel, located in the Sant Andreu area of Barcelona, is near El Born, Gaudi House Museum (Casa Museu Gaudi), Barcelona Glories, and Els Encants.
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