Barcelona Hostels Central - online booking for hostels in Barcelona
Barcelona Hostels Central is the place where you can find information about hostels in Barcelona and other types of accommodation, make an online booking for the accommodation of your choice, and find useful information for your trip to Barcelona.
To browse our hostel list, click on the "hostels" button in our top menu, to check availability for Barcelona hostels select a starting date and the length of your stay from the search menu on the right. If it's information for backpackers you're looking for, just browse our articles.
Address: Ronda San Pere 39 Principal 2 - Barcelona, Spain
Hip Karma Hostel is a small luxurious hostel located in the heart of Barcelona. We offer comfy beds, FREE internet & Wi-Fi, FREE lockers, FREE bag storage, FREE maps, hot showers and kitchen facilities. We are Hip Karma Hostel and we’re proud to be rated one of Barcelona’s ...more info >>
Address: Aguilar 54 - Barcelona, Spain
Are you “green minded”? So are we!! At Mellow Eco-Hostel we understand how important is to reduce our environmental impacts and we have decided to take the challenge. We have already started taking measures to be as helpful as possible: At Mellow Eco-Hostel we use renewal ...more info >>
Barcelona has recently become the fun capital of Europe, with several thousands tourists swarming there to live the “vida loca”. The legendary “Las Ramblas” is not a place where to look for fun, but where fun will come looking for you, no matter how much you try to hide. The Spanish way of life may be quite surprising to foreign tourists, since apparently these people never get any sleep, and don’t have to go to work too early in the day...
But Barcelona is also a very lively cultural city, with hundreds of venues and festivals, fabulous museums and one artist that has put his own mark very deeply on the city, Antoni Gaudì, who not only designed the magnificent Sagrada Familia cathedral, one of the last examples of great art applied to religious buildings, but has also designed several Art Nouveau villas, which are everywhere in the city.
It must be remembered that Barcelona is a city which is fiercely proud of its identity, since it belongs to the Catalan region, where people do not speak Castillan Spanish, but Catalan, which is a fairly different language. So do not go around flaunting your fresh Spanish lessons...