Barcelona is undeniably one of the most famous cities in the whole world, and so many people have heard of the amazing Spanish city. It has so much to offer, if you’re a sports fan you can visit the camp nou, home of world known Barcelona FC, if you like architecture you can bask in the beautiful historical buildings that line the city, and if you like culture and food the amazing restaurants and nightlife may take your fancy.
If you’re on a gap year or you’re a student looking to explore, your budget might not be the highest, or you may just be a young person who likes the idea of the community spirit within a hostel. Barcelona can still be a great destination. You want to be well connected, so a youth hostel close to Barcelona Sants, the main station in Barcelona from which you can get to places both locally or further afield. Staying nearby can also mean you don’t have to pay for transfers to and from your accommodation. If you’re arriving via the air, the airport is a short bus or train ride away so it isn’t too hard to find yourself in the heart of the city.
If you’re visiting or touring around Europe, then you must visit Spain, and specifically head to Barcelona, whether you’re a foodie going for the fresh seafood or you’re an architect going to see Gaudi’s amazing work, visit the museums or take part in the endless activities you can find in the city, it is a must visit.