Sant Jordi Sagrada Familia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSant Jordi Sagrada Familia Barcelona
Best hostel I've been to.
Very clean, good price, and helpful staff! WiFi always worked, they had a comfortable common room, and the beds we're much better than at most hostels.
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