Gracia is one of Barcelona’s most popular neighbourhoods for travellers from all over the world. It has an electric charm that is perhaps drawn from its Mediterranean architecture, cozy narrow streets, hippy & cosmopolitan make-up, numerous small bars, and restaurants that host revellers until late into the night. It is home to Parc Guell and Casa Vicens, some of the beautiful creations by Barcelona’s most renowned architect, Antonio Gaudi.
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Why stay in Gracia?
Aside from being a lively neighbourhood hosting one of the most famous landmarks in Barcelona, Gracia is the “place to be” especially for those traveling to Barcelona in August.
Every August, Gracia hosts the Festa Major de Gràcia, the largest neighbourhood festival in Barcelona. The streets are colourfully decorated according to a distinct theme, filled with live music, human towers and numerous activities that should not be missed! Gracia is easily accessible by public transport which adds to why it is a great neighbourhood to stay in and experience a slice of real life in Barcelona.
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Sold on staying in Gracia during your visit? Here are some of the most interesting, budget-friendly places to seek accommodation from in Gracia!
Jam Hostel Barcelona
Jam Hostel Barcelona is an eco-hostel with modern facilities and friendly staff that promotes a sustainable tourism in the city of Barcelona. They offer spacious mixed and single-sex dorms and private rooms with air conditioning, large and full equipped bathrooms, comfortable common areas, a big terrace, free WI-FI, kitchen and much more! The hostel has reasonable accommodation deals and offers yoga in the morning for guests!
Address: Carrer Montmany,42
BCN Sport Hostel
BCNSportHostel is a sports-themed hostel that offers dorms with shared bathrooms and private rooms with private facilities. Guests staying at BcnSportHostel get access to a fully equipped gym at discounted rates as well as access to a spa, complete with a sauna and a fully equipped fitness area.
Address: Carrer Perill, 26
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Casa Gracia Barcelona
Casa Gracia is touted to be one of Europe’s top ten ‘Poshtels’, a term used to refer to posh hostels. With an elegant and creative design touch, Casa Gracia offers air-conditioned shared dorm rooms, private rooms, as well as apartments.
It has among other amenities, a communal terrace, lounge, kitchen, dining area and a 24-hour reception. The hostel arranges several group events every evening, and walking tours such as Gracia’s Annual Festa tour.
Address: Passeig de Gràcia 116
Fabrrizo’s Petit is a cosy hostel with a homely feel that offers well- conditioned dorms rooms and private rooms. It also features a guest kitchen, lounge, terrace, free WI-FI and breakfast is included. The hostel has a host of interesting activities such as Sangria Nights on Tuesday at 9pm where guests get free sangria and Saturday nights when they cook Paella, a traditional Spanish dish.
Address: Carrer del Bruc 65
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