How to get here

Location

Come and visit us

The Central House Barcelona, Gracia

Corsega Street, 302
08008 Barcelona, Spain

How to get there from the airport (Barcelona — El Prat)

Bus

Take bus A2 from Barcelona — el Prat terminal B to the Plaza España stop. Walk to Plaza España metro stop on line 3 towards Trinitat Nova and get off at Diagonal. From this stop, it is a 3-minute walk to the hostel door.

Take Bus A1 from the Airport terminal 1 bus stop, direction Pl towards Catalunya — Andana Central and get off at Plaza España. From there, it is around a 2-minute walk to the Plaza España metro stop. Take line 3 towards Trinitat Nova and get off at Diagonal. From this stop, it is a 3-minute walk to the hostel door.

Take the A2 bus from Barcelona — el Prat terminal B to the Plaza Cataluña – Fontanella stop. From here, it is a 2-minute walk to the Cataluña train stop. From there, take the S1 train line to Provença. From this stop, it is a 4-minute walk to the hostel door.

Take the A2 bus from Barcelona — el Prat terminal B to the Plaza Cataluña – Fontanella stop. From here, it is a 2-minute walk to the Cataluña train stop. From there, you can take the S6 train line to Provença. From this stop, it is a 4-minute walk to the hostel door.

Taxi

You can find a taxi rank in the arrivals area of each airport terminal (T1-T2). It’ll take you approximately 25 minutes to get to our hostel, though as you already know, this will depend on what the traffic is like in the city when you’re visiting.

Apps (Ride-Hailing)

Two private hire vehicle companies operate in Barcelona: Uber and Free Now. To use them, you just need to open the app and request your car, which will arrive outside the airport to collect you in a few minutes.

Our recommendations for getting around Barcelona

Walking

One of the great pleasures… Immerse yourself in the Gràcia district, a neighbourhood that is rich in culture, leisure, fun and much more. Enjoy the little things that the city centre has to offer: the food, the urban art, the markets, the history of Barcelona, all while burning calories.

Metro

The Barcelona metro, considered one of the most extensive and best in Europe, is a fast, cheap, efficient, functional and charming way to travel around the city. The Central House Gràcia is surrounded by different metro lines and stops located just a few metres away, which will take you to any destination in Barcelona (museums, monuments, points of interest, etc.) in a very short time.

Scooters

As soon as you step out onto the street, you’ll find electric scooters on the pavements of Barcelona, which have become a common means of daily transport around the city. There are different companies, but all of them work in the same way: you will have to download the app available on your mobile phone, go to the scooter you want to use, add a payment method and scan the QR code attached to the scooter.