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By train

From Sants Station you can use the underground’s Green Line (L3) and get off at the ‘Liceu’ stop; exit at the Rambla and walk towards the sea for 250 m, then turn right at carrer Nou de la Rambla, and after a few meters you will see the Hotel Gaudí on your right. You can also take a taxi since the distance is just 3 km.
 

By plane

The airport of El Prat (Barcelona) is at a distance of 12 km.

To get to the Hotel Gaudí take the train going from the airport (Terminal 2) to Passeig de Gràcia Station (R2). If you are at Terminal 1, you can get a free bus (Bus Trànsit) that connects both terminals. Get off the train at Passeig de Gràcia Station, go to the Underground and get on the Green Line (L3).  Get off at “Liceu”. Once on the street, walk towards the sea for 250 m, turn right at Carrer Nou de la Rambla, and after a few meters you will see the Hotel Gaudí on your right.

You can also go from the airport to the hotel Gaudi by bus, using the buses that leave you at Plaça Catalunya. Once you are at Plaça Catalunya, you can choose whether to continue by taxi or walk down the Ramblas for about 1 km until you get to carrer Nou de la Rambla, where the Hotel Gaudí is waiting for you.

If you decide to go by taxi from the airport, it can cost you around 35 €.

 

By car

From any direction you arrive follow the indications for route B-10 ‘Ronda del Litoral’, which runs along the coast. If you are coming from France, take exit 21 ‘Ciutat Vella’ - enter the roundabout for Plaça de la Carbonera and keep right, merging into the Avinguda del Paral-lel; after about 500 meters turn right to go to carrer Nou in the Rambla and continue for another 500 meters: the Hotel Gaudí is on your left. If you come from Madrid or Valencia, take exit 21 ‘Ciutat Vella’, finding yourself on the route towards the Columbus monument; 200 meter before you arrive enter the roundabout for Plaça de la Carbonera and follow the indications in the paragraph above.


His works are everywhere and represent the spirit of a city in constant evolution, capable of assuming the most unusual shapes and eliciting vivid emotions, through which Antoni Gaudí and Modernism interpreted the lessons of Art Nouveau. Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, the buildings of the Passeig de Gracia, the incomplete Sagrada Família, Parc Güell and Palau Güell are some of the fabulous examples of an incomparable and unreachable artist.


Location

The Hotel Gaudí faces the modern architecture of the Palau Güell, one of the most fascinating buildings in the city, conceived by the genius of Antoni Gaudí as the residence it his patron, the Count of Güell, just a few meters from the lively Rambla, the pulsating heart of Barcelona.

Along the pedestrian walk of the Rambla you reach the Grand Theater of the Liceu - the city's most important opera theater – and the old Market of the Boqueria, a space of about 2,000 m2 with stands offering a wealth of delicious types of foods, recently recognized as the best market in the world.

Immediately close by you can experience the Baroque soul of the Palau de la Verreina, an extraordinary building that readily houses one of the most considerable contemporary art exhibitions. At the ground floor a data bank informs visitors about events and shows in the city.

Along narrow Medieval alleys, the Gòtico District welcomes thousands of tourists every day that mingle with businessmen, craftsmen and panhandlers, the true soul of this remote neighborhood rich in restaurants, stores and churches, such as the splendid Gothic Cathedral of Barcelona and the famous Church of Santa Maria del Pi.

The old Roman walls surrounding the Gótico District hide the Roman temple of Augustus and the extraordinary Plaça del Rey (King's Square) with its Medieval Palacio Real (Royal Palace), caretaker of the Museum of History of the City (MHCB). Instead, the nearby Palau de la Generalitat is the Medieval seat of Catalunya's autonomous government.

Turning South you go through La Ribera, where you can find the Church of Santa Maria del Mar and the Picasso Museum; reaching Port Veil you can find, hidden behind the Maremàgnum shopping center, the huge Aquarium; a bit farther is the Barceloneta, an old fishermen's neighborhood turned into a beach with restaurants and bars that are open until dawn.



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