Hostal La Terrassa

Address: Junta de Comerc 11, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08001, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the El Raval area of Barcelona, is near Las Ramblas, Mercat Sant Josep, Grand Theater of the Lyceum (Gran Theatre del Liceu), and Casa Bruno Quadros.
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    Travel Blogs from Barcelona

    Cathedrals, Parks, the Beach and Markets

    A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Mar 17, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Art to a park that reminded us of walking around Kings Park. We got to the bottom of Montjuic and opted to walk to the castle at the top rather than catch the cable car. It was a pleasant walk (although a lot of going up hills and stairs). As of the recommendations of numerous people we didn't go inside the castle, but went on the walk around the outside which overlooks the port. Apart from the wind, the views of the port were incredible. ...

    A Tour Back in Time

    A travel blog entry by odie1 on Dec 27, 2014

    5 photos

    ... perspective as some 42 years before Columbus sailed to the Americas. The outside facade however, was newer, having been finished in the 19th century. We admired the 28 side chapels with all of their art and stained glass, the outdoors of the cloisters and the music bellowing from the organ pipes; we even rode the lift to the roof for a fabulous view of the city. As always, Jenny and I lit a candle (or as in this case it ended up being 20 candles as they were electric and we only had a ...

    Day 2 in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by belldallas on Aug 06, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... guard houses, a central marketplace, a park and a small church. The area proved to be too far from the city of Barcelona and only three homes were ever built: Guell's house, his lawyer's house, and the model home that Gaudi himself lived in with his father for 13 years. Parc Guell is a masterpiece of color and form, and everything had meaning. For example, the large round balls that line the streets were inspired by the beads of the rosary. Spectacular! Our final ...

    Beachy barsa

    A travel blog entry by amandane on Jul 28, 2014

    37 photos

    ... out that we Aussies couldn't be pronouncing this word more wrong! The Spanish say it more like pie-ay-yah and it took me ages to get the hang of it! Anyway, regardless of how you say it, it's delicious! One of the guys who worked at the hostel cooked up his special seafood recipe and €5 got you a massive plate!

    We'd formed a nice little crew with several people staying at the hostel and we all headed out to an Irish bar for a couple of drinks. There was a lovely ...

    City of Marvels

    A travel blog entry by tatoji on May 25, 2014

    ... truly was a dagger to Madrid and their control over Catalunya. The world fair was hosted in Citadel Park: what used to be the fort that Madrid had placed in Barcelona as a sense of control. So, it provided a symbolic representation of Catalan identity because with that, this park was shown that it would forever be a park and nothing else; no longer did Madrid have any control. Today, the park serves the same purpose. In my time ...