Barcelona is one of the most well-known cities in Spain and millions of tourists visit it every year. At Equity Point we host many young people who want to live an incredible experience in the city but who do not know what places they should visit. Do you know Park Güell?
Maybe when you stay at Equity Point Barcelona this is not your first visit to the city. Almost all the people who visit Barcelona are delighted and they are looking forward to going back there again and again. That is why, if you already know all the monuments, squares and museums typical of the city, you may be wanting to know the hidden corners that not all tourists know.
The guests of Hostels Barcelona make frequent visits to Girona, a city located in the north of Barcelona that has a fantastic coastline and numerous activities to do. In addition to its coastal landscape, it has very striking natural sites such as its Natural Parks and a volcanic area, La Garrotxa.
Sitges is a city located about 40 km from Equity Point Barcelona or Equity Point Centric, you can travel there by car or train. It belongs to the Catalan region of Garraf, offering a beautiful landscape by it seashore and mountains.
When traveling to Barcelona, you can choose between a cultural getaway, shopping or a vacation with your family or friends; there are many options as it is a very versatile city. Barcelona is a very cosmopolitan and modern city. Although it is a big city, if you travel to the capital of Catalonia in spring we recommend you taking the opportunity to be on the street instead of using public transport or being inside buildings. If you go walking, you can enjoy the beautiful architecture of its streets. Read more
With Christmas right around the corner this is a great time to have a festive break and where better than the Catalan capital – here’s our tips of What to see in Barcelona in December. Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo!
Along with the traditional Spanish Christmas celebrations, Barcelona also embraces Catalan traditions, including the bizarre happy faced ‘Caga Tió’ and squatting ‘Caganer’. There’s also a Christmas Market, musical performances and of course plenty of partying. As the festive season is in full swing, find out what to do in Barcelona this Christmas.