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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 Sarria-Sant Gervasi
Sarria-Sant Gervasi is classy and elegant, but also bustling with life and close to some of Barcelona's most attractive scenery. This makes it the perfect place to stay for families wanting accommodation that is central, but not too close to the noise of the city center. At Hotels.com, we know all of the best places to stay at in Sarria-Sant Gervasi and have partnered with hotels to suit all tastes and needs. Read through customer reviews and compare accurate ratings, check out location maps to find the right spot, and see photographs of sample rooms to make ensure hotels in Sarria-Sant Gervasi, Barcelona have enough space for your travel party. When you have found the right place, book early with our travel partners to enjoy big discounts and get ready for a wonderful break in Barcelona.
What's Sarria-Sant Gervasi Like?
With its bustling markets and charming cafes, Sarria-Sant Gervasi might be one of Barcelona's largest suburbs, but it also retains the atmosphere of a traditional village. Local attractions include Mount Tibidabo, with its spectacular views across Barcelona, and the beautiful Church of Sagrat Cor, as well as a wonderful hilltop amusement park. Sarria-Sant Gervasi is full of beautifully kept parks and gardens along with tree-lined boulevards that include some of Barcelona's finest shopping areas for luxury goods. There are also some of the city's best museums, such as science-themed CosmoCaixa and the home of Antonio Gaudi. The metro also provides easy access to Barcelona's major attractions such as the incredible Sagrada Familia, the outlandish artworks of Parc Guell, and world-class art galleries like the Picasso Museum or the Miro Foundation.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Barcelona
Barcelona has rapidly gained a reputation as one of the most hospitable places to spend a nice weekend in Europe, so getting along with the locals should pose no problems. Head to the markets on the weekend to meet local vendors and stock up on local delicacies, or relax in the squares of Sarria-Sant Gervasi, to get a feel for the area's unique atmosphere. We recommend renting bikes if you have the energy, as the city center is easily accessible, and Barcelona has an excellent network of bike paths. Alternatively, get hold of a Hola! BCN card to get around on the metro or the buses cheaply. Food is a huge passion of the people in Sarria-Sant Gervasi, so take recommendations from the locals and indulge in tapas feasts. However you spend your time, book hotels in Sarria-Sant Gervasi, Barcelona with Hotels.com and enjoy one of the city's finest suburbs.
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