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- Las Ramblas
- Placa de Catalunya
- Sagrada Familia
- Camp Nou
- Passeig de Gracia
- Barceloneta Beach
- Placa d'Espanya
- Barcelona Cathedral
- Rambla de Mar
- Barcelona International Convention Centre
- Picasso Museum
- Casa Mila
- Palau Sant Jordi
- Casino Barcelona
- University of Barcelona
- Hospital Universitari Quiron Dexeus
- Hospital Quiron Barcelona
- Boqueria Market
- Tivoli Theatre
What you should know about Sant Marti
Sant Marti is centrally located, easy to navigate and filled with beautiful parks. Boasting five beaches and some of Barcelona's best shopping areas, it is a great place to search for accommodation in the Catalan capital. At Hotels.com, we have partnered with the best hotels in Sant Marti, Barcelona. We can offer hotels to meet all budgets and travel group sizes. If you want a seafront location, we include handy maps showing where each hotel is sited. You can consult lists of the facilities on offer, see photographs of sample rooms and read reviews by other travelers. It all makes finding the right place to stay in Sant Marti much easier. If you book early with our travel partners, Hotels.com can also deliver fantastic discounts, so get ready for a Spanish vacation and book now.
What's Sant Marti Like?
Sant Marti is a charming district in northern Barcelona, which is located not far from the seafront and has excellent Metro connections to other parts of the city. The area is famous for its modernist and postmodern architecture, such as the Plaza Glories, the bullet shaped Torre Agbar and the Museu Blau - which also houses a fantastic Museum of the Earth. Learn about the achievements of local designers at the Disseny Hub, wander around the 1992 Olympic Village and relax in the area's many parks like Parc Diagonal Mar. There are also some great beaches along the coast and plenty of shopping opportunities around Les Glories square. From Sant Marti, visitors can simply hop on the Metro to reach sights like Sagrada Familia, Monjuic, the Picasso Museum, the Barrio Gotico and Parc Guell, and be back at a seafront restaurant for dinner.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Barcelona
Barcelona is famous across Europe as a welcoming destination - with a population who always try to make visitors feel at home. Make friends even more quickly by learning a few words of Catalan and the people of the city will do their best to make your stay as memorable as possible. Eat like a local by heading to tapas restaurants that are off the tourist trail. Sample local dishes like patatas bravas and Crema Catalana for dessert. The locals also love to hit the beach when the temperature rises - and hotels in Sant Marti, Barcelona are ideally situated to join them. Head to local beaches like Nova Icària and sip cocktails or enjoy the Mediterranean Sea, all within a few minutes walk of your accommodation. Sports are also a big deal in Barcelona - so head to the Camp Nou to make a soccer pilgrimage if that is your passion. Whatever you do, make a booking soon with Hotels.com and explore a wonderful city.
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