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Barcelona, Spain counts as one of Europe's, and indeed, the world’s most beautiful and interesting cities. It's a place where you'll find a public park that is closer in spirit to Disneyland than to the staid grass-and-trees-only kind of parks you'll find in other places. It's also a place where you have the opportunity to see world-class art up close. Would you expect any less from a city that has its very own Picasso Museum? Of course not.
Barcelona is also a place of contrasts, where old Roman villages have been turned into modern pedestrian zones; where you can witness the ongoing construction of a 200-plus-year-old cathedral that's already a UNESCO world heritage site, despite its unfinished status; and where you'll find plenty of interesting things to see, either on foot or by bike.
As always, Bounce and the businesses it partners within Barcelona stand ready to help you with luggage storage in the city. You just need to log on to the Bounce app and find a Bounce partner near you.
Luggage storage in Barcelona costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage.
The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Barcelona. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Barcelona as never been easier.
Barcelona’s main railroad station gets its name from Sants, the neighborhood where it’s located. The inspiration for its style was inspired by the architectural style of modern airports. However, this modern marvel isn’t just a railway station. It’s a complete package. Case in point? The Hotel Barcelo Sants takes up most of the space on the railway station’s upper floors, allowing travelers to find lodging right after they disembark from the trains.
However, this railway station doesn’t just allow people to make stops in Barcelona. It provides a jumping-off point for travelers who want to experience Spain by train. The city of Madrid, which lies just under three hours away from this station by train, is just one of the many destinations you can reach by catching a train at the Sants Railway Station.
When your travels take you to the Sants Railway Station or beyond, consider storing your luggage with one of our Bounce partners near the train station. These luggage drop-off points are located in easy-to-find businesses like hotels, coffee shops or train stations for your convenience.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site has had quite a history already and because it’s not yet finished, it will continue creating a new and interesting history on into the future. Construction originally began on this basilica in the late 1800s under the supervision of Francisco de Paula del Villar, an architect who was a member of Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi.
After Villar’s death, the care for and planning of the basilica went to Antoni Gaudí. He worked on the project until his death in 1926. At that time, only about one quarter of this massive project was done. Since that time, the basilica has survived the Spanish Civil War, fire and the ravages of time. Despite all of these challenges, the building does now have a projected completion date: 2026.
This cathedral, along with Paris’s Notre Dame and New Orleans’s Saint Louis Cathedral, has been named one of the top cathedrals in the world for tourists to visit. If you yourself plan to make a visit to this edifice of time and tenacity, then you’ll want to check out your options for luggage storage in Barcelona. Bounce partners in the area can stash your bags for the day so that you can tour this basilica and its grounds without being bogged down by the weight of your bags.
Park Guell is like Disneyland for the eyes and was also the brainchild of Antoni Gaudí. Yes, the Antoni Gaudí who played an instrumental part in the construction of La Sagrada Familia. Yet, these two places couldn’t be more different.
Park Guell has been called a playground for the mind, a place where you’ll encounter visual jokes at nearly every turn. Its brilliant colors, simulated palm-tree trunks, twisted iron gazebo and forest of fluted columns make this public park a must-see for travelers. In all, it’s 17 hectares and a place where the imagination can play. It offers weary travelers and city-dwellers alike an excellent and fun respite when life in the city gets to be a bit too much.
At Park Guell, you’ll have the opportunity to see how architecture, nature and imagination merge, to climb countless steps and to closely examine the evidence of Gaudí’s creative mind at work. Before you go, be sure to log onto your Bounce app to check out your options for bag storage in Barcelona. When you’re exploring this place, you’ll want to do so with hands as free as Gaudí’s imagination was when he created it.
As Spain’s second-busiest airport (and Europe’s seventh-busiest), El Prat (BCN) Airport serves more than 50 million passengers each year. It’s located in Barcelona’s center and gets its name from Josep Tarradellas, the President of the Generalitat of Catalonia.
El Prat first opened just before 1920. The Spanish Navy’s Zepplin Fleet was based there. These days, much of the air traffic coming into the Barcelona airport comes from domestic and European origins and from airplanes and not Zeppelins. A number of airlines fly into this airport, including Air China, Air Europa, Air Moldova, Air France, and American Airlines.
If your travels bring you into El Prat (BCN) Airport, you’ll want to check out what options you have for luggage storage in Barcelona. Log onto the Bounce app to find our partners in and near the airport.
La Rambla may just be Barcelona's answer to Paris’s Champs-Élysées. This street runs just over one kilometer, stretching from Portville to Plaça de Catalunya. In this area of the city, you'll find a Gothic quarter, a pedestrian zone and other attractions. Automobile traffic is limited in the area. Cars are allowed to drive on either side of the pedestrian zone of Ramblas Boulevard.
The pedestrian zone at La Rambla is populated by beautiful trees and interesting people. This is arguably Barcelona's main thruway. The Metro stops in three places along the length of this famous street. Many tourists to the area believe that if you go anywhere first, then you must go to La Rambla.
Many people also consider it an excellent jumping-off point for exploring Barcelona, due to the number of hostels, apartments, and hotels nearby. Given that most of Bounce’s partners are businesses, like hotels, coffee shops, and other easy-to-find establishments, it's logical to look for options for bags storage in Barcelona here, where many such businesses reside.
Barcelona's Gothic Quarter was once a Roman village. Fortunately for traveling history buffs, much of the old architecture still remains, allowing tourists to look at both Gothic and modern architectural styles side by side.
However, this place is more than just an outdoor museum of sorts for Gothic architectural history. Each day, thousands of people wander the streets of the Gothic Quarter in search of bars and restaurants, coffee shops and places to buy trinkets. It's also a cool place just to hang out when you need a little time to catch your breath.
The Gothic Quarter of Barcelona is a place to stash your bags. Luggage storage options in Barcelona, including in this area, are plentiful. To find out more information, just log on to our app and look up the location where you want to drop off your bags. It’s likely that you’ll find a Bounce partner nearby.
Food counts as an important part of our daily lives. Yes, it sustains us but in a broader sense, it also explains who we are. That is why, for example, it is so difficult for translators to translate recipes from one language to another. Food is a language all its own, an entryway into a new culture if you will. No place in Barcelona better exemplifies this than the Mercado de la Boqueria.
The brilliant colors and fragrant scents of fresh fruits and vegetables tantalize the senses in this 2500-square meter labyrinth of all things delicious. Visitors here can find a plethora of fresh fruits, cold cuts, sweet treats, and seasonal vegetables at one of the 300 stands that call this place home. The marketplace counts as one of Barcelona's most iconic landmarks. It's a sensory experience that must be smelled and tasted; trying to explain the market and the food here to someone who has not visited is an experience that truly becomes lost in translation.
What we can say, however, is that before you come, you'll want to look for options for bag storage in Barcelona. You'll need free hands in order to examine the best fruits and vegetables Mercado de la Boqueria has to offer. Juggling your luggage at the same time would just lessen the experience.