We would like to inform our guests that, one of the directors of “MONOPATÍN” the first documentary about the origins of skateboarding in Spain. Alfredo Prados will stay until Saturday in our skate hostel in Barcelona. You can not miss the premiere of this amazing documentary which will be presented at the Barcelona Moritz Factory. Keep…Details
It’s Movember!!! That means Mustache month in Hipster lingo. So, let that Mo Grow! Whatever Mo you grow, we want to see the results – thin, fat, curly, straight, long and unkempt, short and well groomed, the serious and the comical – we want to see them all. Send us photos of your nose…Details
You Can Graffiti Our Skateroom Ever wanted to Graffiti in Barcelona, throw a bomb, tag a wall or better yet leave a solid piece behind? If you can demonstrate that you’ve got the skills, we’ll let you leave your mark in our skateroom. We’ll even let you stay with us for 1 week free and supply…Details
A Skateboard Hostel is the ultimate accommodation for skateboarders in Barcelona. What skater wouldn’t want to stay at a hostel with an in-door miniramp just downstairs and free organized parties almost every night? Our Sant Jordi Hostel Sagrada Familia was designed from the very beginning to be a skateboarder’s paradise. Knowing that Barcelona is considered…Details
The Riviera Skateboards, Paris Trucks Co and Divine Wheels Team Riders were chill’n at our Sant Jordi Hostel Sagrada Familia hostel in Barcelona. They were owning it on our in-door mini-ramp, rocked the house with us durring our organized parties and even cooked some mean meals in our community kitchen. Imagine That! They were traveling…Details
ANGEL CARDENAS IN THA HOUSE ! We are very proud to have this amazing skater staying in our skate hostel in Barcelona. DC: First of all, tell us a little about yourself. Whats tyour deal and where are you from? AC: Angel Cardenas, 21 yers old, amateur skateboarder from Caracas, currently living Rancho Cucamanga,CA. DC: How…Details
Sant Jordi Hostels were mentioned on the Vida y Estilo, Terra website, we are very proud to be considered a RAD hostel by Yaiza García López from the Terra website.
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La Mercè Barcelona Festival La Mercè 2013 in Barcelona starts today!!! The La Mercè festival in Barcelona is the biggest and best annual festival in Barcelona. It is a cultural extravaganza, a celebration of Barcelona and everything Catalonia. It’s the end of September and that means, La Mercè! Every year at the end of September the…Details
The Best Free Concert in Barcelona – On the Street, Right in Front of Your Hostel!!! A free concert on the street right in front of your hostel with ‘Miles Kane’ as headlining act – only in Barcelona and only at Sant Jordi Hostel Sagrada Familia. The 2013 BAM (Barcelona Accio Musical) organized, Estrella Damm…Details
September 11th is National Catalonia Day Every year on the 11th of September the entire region of Catalonia celebrates their national holiday. It is often referred to as Independence Day but the actual origin of the holiday has nothing to do with the independence of Catalonia – Catalonia is still governed by Spain. It is…Details
Ara, the Catalan language Barcelona Newspaper Features our Sant Jordi Hostels in Barcelona Our Barcelona hostels were featured 2 times this week in the Barcelona based newspaper Ara. For those of you who don’t speak Catalan, the articles discuss the current state of hostels in Barcelona and their impact on local communities, traditional environment and…Details
****Coming Soon to a Hostel-Booking Website Near You**** –——– A Brand New Sant Jordi Hostel in Barcelona ——— We have been working on this project for a while and we are finally ready to make the announcement: Our next Sant Jordi Barcelona Hostel is under construction and will be opening soon in downtown Barcelona. This…Details
We just got another deck to add to the vintage skateboard collection we have in our skateboard hostel in Barcelona. It’s a skate deck from the 1970’s made by the Spanish skateboard manufacturer Sancheski. Sancheski is a part of the history of skateboarding. Founded by a father with a lot of initiative and two brothers, Sancheski…Details
The Casa Batlló is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Barcelona – and one of the most expensive as well. As I said about the Sagrada Familia and the Park Guell, and just about everything else created by Antoni Gaudi, the Casa Batllo is unique, otherworldly, ridiculously cool, and there is nothing else like it in the world.
Located very close to the city center, about halfway up the Passeig de Gracia, the Casa Batlló is easily accessible from most parts of the city. Getting to the Casa Batlló is as easy as walking along the Passeig de Gracia until you see the most amazing building ever.
*A quick tip – check out the Magic Nights at the Casa Batllo. For an unforgettable cultural experience and a truly magical night of live music at the Casa Batlló, the Magic Nights at the Casa Batlló is a unique and not too expensive opportunity. This is not for everyone. But, if you wanted to go see a flamenco show in Barcelona (which I really wouldn’t recommend, as flamenco is not a part of Catalan or Barcelona culture) check this out instead! (scroll down for more information).
Why the Casa Batlló
The Casa Batlló is probably the most dramatic example of Antoni Gaudi’s innovative, decorative architectural style. Not interested in architecture? You will be after seeing this stunning residence designed by the master of Catalan modernist Art Nouveau architecture.
From a staircase modeled after a whale’s spinal cord to a mushroom-fireplace sitting room, the Casa Batlló is a remarkable blend of decorative art nouveau design, inspiration from the natural sciences, rich symbolism and a playful use of natural light. One of the true masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi’s prolific career, the Casa Batlló is a Barcelona tourist attraction not to be missed – if you are willing to fork out the rather inflated entrance fee.Details
“Pedal or Bust” – thats what Pedalea o Revienta means in English. And these guys are no joke. The Pedalea o Revienta crew made it from Barcelona to Valencia (229 miles) by bike in a day – fixie bikes no less – and the video turned out pretty damn cool. With a total of 9…Details