Husa Via Barcelona
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Husa Via Barcelona
Travel Blogs from Barcelona
... when we come out its other side that we have missed the junction to the street that branches toward the stadium. We trudge back up the hill.
The stadium facade is attractive, and the greater Montjuic neighborhood in which it is situated is very lovely, but the stadium itself and its immediate environs aren't overly beautiful in its design. Perhaps that's how they kept the cost of the Olympics lower? Nonetheless, it was fun taking a few quick shots of the ...
... we got on the train. Counting each stop as we went, 10 stops and we get off. So far so good, we are off the train and again trying to communicate with local people to find the Kingdom Hall. We found it and we thought that we were early but we weren’t positive, Geoff was teasing me all the way that it was going to be in Spanish. We meet up with a nice lady and her husband outside the hall; we confirmed that we were early for the English congregation. So, the four of us went to ...
Today we had another great evening of the Alfred orchestra. I swear he has changed his cry to a long wail due to the echoing autistics in the apartment. Eventually we all settled and managed to sleep in until 11:30!!! this also has something to do with the clocks going forward perhaps. After some lunch time shena****ns we trekked down the road to the metro stop and set off towards the beach. The metro ...
Our taxi driver dropped us off at Gatwick Airport at the pre-dawn time of 7.30. Awaiting the flight and the flight itself was tedious. In Barcelona we caught a bus into the city centre and my was it spectacular! The sun was out and our first sites were in Place Espanya, easily one of the most impressive places in Barcelona architecturally due to it being the official entrance to the World Fair in the 19th century. We found out the bus we had to take and the street we had to get off at ...
... building by Gaudi. Very beautiful!! Barcelona was awesome!! We had not even intended to come to Spain originally and are so glad we did. I will definitely come back again and do some more of it. We were there at the perfect time, they had the La Mercè festival on which lasts for around 5 days. It is a huge street festival/ party which is held in honour of Mare de Deu de la Mercè, the Patron Saint of Barcelona. The festival bids goodbye to summer and ...