Grand Hotel Central, Barcelona

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Grand Hotel Central Location

Grand Hotel Central Barcelona is located next door to El Born, Barcelona's most fashionable area with its boutique shops, designer bars and restaurants scattered throughout its narrow streets. Las Ramblas, Plaza Cataluña, the museums and the sea front are just minutes walk away.

Address: Via Laietana, 30 - Barcelona, 8003, Spain

Grand Hotel Central Landmarks

  • Cathedral & Gothic Square: Every corner of this square offers an archiquitectural view of the Go KM

    Across the street from the hotel you will find the remains of the Roman city and the cities medieval buildings. Visit inside the cathedral and on Sundays watch and take part in the famous Catalan dance "La Sardana" on Sunday mornings. Around the Cathedral there is a variety of history and art is ever present in the districts array of cobbled streets. The Plaça de Sant Jaume stands right in the centre of the district and on either side of the square, facing each other, the City Hall, and the Palau de la Generalitat, the seat of the Catalan government. Antique dealers, bookshops, restaurants, and unusual shops maintain the activity of this historical district and add to its interest.

  • Born Sqre new attractive neighbourhood full of amazing shops, cafs bars and designer restaurants all 0.5KM

    In recent years, the most fashionable zone of Barcelona has developed right next to the hotel: El Born district, replete with surprising shops, designer bars and restaurants scattered throughout its narrow streets and well-lit plazas.

  • Plaza Catalunya:The city heart of Barcelona full of shopping centers, bank and restaurants 0.8KM

    This is the heart of Barcelona and links the old city with the Eixample district. This square is the starting point for the city´s main streets and boulevards such as the famous "La Rambla" which runs down to the port; or the Rambla de Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia, boulevards which run up towards the mountains, and include a wide range of shops and leisure attractions.

  • Las Ramblas: In the heart of Barcelona, in a walking distance to Las Ramblas, the most visited museu 0.7KM

    This unique and vibrant street, no matter what time of day, is lined with newspaper and book stands, and interspersed with bird and flower stalls. While having a relaxed stroll, you can enjoy the street entertainers.

Grand Hotel Central Transports

  • Barcelona El Prat 20.0KM (20 min)

    Directions: By Taxi Hours: 24 hours Cost: 35 euros By Metro: Jaume 1 (Yellow Line) Hours: 0600-2400 Fri & Sat 0600-0200 Cost: 1.15 euros single By Train: Plaza Catalunya Hours: 0600-2430 Cost: 3 euros single

  • Barcelona Train Station 0.8KM
  • Jaume I 200.0M

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Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain Benvinguts a Barcelona the progressive capital of Catalonia. Located at the Mediterranean Sea, being the second largest city of the country, this has been always the one of the most active city in the country. The Fantasy of its Gaudi and other modernista buildings cannot be seen anywhere else. A city that exudes art everywhere, every corner of the city offers an archiquitectural masterpiece: from Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance periods to more modern styles. Boasting one of the best climates you can find in all of Europe, bathed by the Mediterranean shores, surrounded by wine country. Barcelona is always on the cutting edge of fashion, architecture, style, and entertainment. One of the economic engines of the country thanks to its location, Barcelona offers plenty of options to enjoy the free time. Las Ramblas, Paseo De Gracia, and many other spots of the city combine its electric life with a bohemian style, characteristic of its habitants. Las Ramblas, probably the most remarkable landmark of the city, combines a wide selection of restaurants, with shops, clubs, and small bars. Paseo de Gracia, de busiest area of the city, offers the as well fine restaurants, bars, and the finest designer shops between beautiful monuments such as La Sagrada Familia, etc.

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