Hostels in Barcelona

Experience the magic of Barcelona! Barcelona is one of the most heterogeneous cities in the country and in Europe, as it has atmospheres and activities for all tastes. Discover its beaches, its neighborhoods, its tapas (they are delicious!), its culture, its people… and fall in love with this energetic city! 

But you can’t plan a visit without knowing where to sleep. Are you interested in charming hostels in Barcelona? At byPillow we discover the most welcoming places for you to enjoy a From home to home experience. Enjoy! 😉 

Hostels in the center of Barcelona

What could be better than enjoying the heart of a city? It is where the atmosphere is, where the wealth is and where there are more options for leisure and partying. 

With a city the size of Barcelona, the best way to visit it is to stay in the center and see all that its heart has to offer without needing anything more than comfortable shoes and a map on your mobile phone or, if you’re into traditional charm, a good handheld fold-out city map. 

These are some of the best hostels in Barcelona center to visit it from its very heart. 

Rambas by Pillow

The Ramblas by Pillow is a Boutique Hostel for adults that is located, as its name suggests, on the famous Ramblas of Barcelona. The privileged location of the hostel allows you to always enjoy the most authentic atmosphere of the Catalan capital, just a short walk from places such as Plaza Cataluña, Plaza Real or the Port. 

Next to the Wax Museum and a stone’s throw from the city’s most popular tourist attractions such as the Sagrada Familia, Paseo de Gracia, Casa Batlló and areas such as the Gothic Quarter, Barceloneta and Born. And if you want to enjoy the bars and restaurants in the area, you only must walk a few steps to enjoy all that the heart of the city has to offer. 

Wander by Pillow

The Wander by Pillow is another adults-only boutique hostel that is also located in the heart of the city. Just a few meters from La Rambla and the Wax Museum, it is located very close to the previous hostel, although this one offers more peace and quiet in exchange for a less privileged location. 

It offers the same mobility facilities as the Ramblas, with spacious rooms that have private bathroom and shower. Its staff speaks several languages and offers a tourist service so that you can make the most of your visit to the city.

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Hostels at the best price to discover Barcelona

Don’t overpay for your trip to Barcelona! Opting for the best hostels in Barcelona is a way to ensure you get the best value for money on your trip to Spain’s second tourism capital. 

byPillow’s Boutique Hostels are fully refurbished and they take care of giving you the best experience at the best possible price so that when you come back ( because you will) you won’t hesitate to stay in the same place again. 

Barcelona has a huge offer for all types of tourism, but no matter which one you enjoy the most, you’ll want to do it from the heart of the city. A quality hostel in Barcelona gives you all the services from a privileged location because every minute you save on travel counts. 

What to do in Barcelona in a weekend

Go for all of it! Seeing the whole of Barcelona in a weekend can be as daunting a challenge as it seems, but there’s nothing a little planning can’t optimize. 

These are some of the plans you can’t miss on your visit to the city. Grab a pen and paper and enjoy! 

The Sagrada Familia

In 2020, the Sagrada Familia was the most visited monument in the whole country. An icon of the city of Barcelona, this temple, which began to be built in the 19th century, is still unfinished, although the optimists say that soon it will be finished. Its exterior is spectacular, but its interior is a real fantasy world that is hard to describe in words. Make sure you buy your tickets in advance because they usually sell out. 

La Barceloneta

The Barceloneta neighborhood, in the Port Vell, is one of the most pleasant areas to stroll around and enjoy the city’s port, as well as some of its beaches. The History Museum, the Clock Tower and the shops of the Maremagnum shopping centre mingle with the narrow streets of its old buildings to create a charming landscape. 

Parc Güell

Following in Gaudí’s footsteps, Parc Güell, one of his most famous works, should not be overlooked. The park has a free area, the gardens, and a paid area, which includes the staircases, statues, and the skyline, although the entrance fee is less than €10.