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Barcelona Nord has an extensive history that stretches back to 1862, and the station was given many purposes over the years. For the first 110 years, Barcelona Nord was Barcelona’s primary railway station. The city changed its railway routes, and Barcelona Nord went unused for over a decade.
The 1992 Summer Olympics led to a revival of the station, and the facility became a venue for that year’s table tennis competition. City officials added a police station, and the station’s architecture received a much-needed facelift.
Today, Barcelona Nord provides consistent service throughout Catalonia and other regions of Spain. The station gives passengers a comfortable journey with shops, restaurants, cafés, ATMs, free WIFI, power stations, and several waiting areas.
Passengers have easy access to the Barcelona Metro and regional rail system that serves the community. Calle de Alí Bei connects passengers to the bus station, and lifts are available to help those with physical limitations.
Barcelona Nord Bus Station has a central location that gives you lots of options when creating your itinerary. Once you arrive at the station, you’ll be minutes from museums, churches, and recreational activities.
One direction takes you to Barcelona’s stunning works of architecture, and the other leads to urban parks and sandy beaches. The bus station has shops, vending machines, cafés, restrooms, and all the needed amenities to make sure you’re prepared to explore the capital of Catalonia.
Watch area residents walk their dogs, play ping pong, or have a picnic at Parc de l'Estació del Nord
Test your ice-skating skills at Skating Club de Barcelona
Learn about the history of bullfighting inside The Monumental bullring
Listen to classical music performed by the city’s symphony orchestra at L'Auditori
Watch films with Catalan subtitles at the old-fashioned Cine Texas movie theatre
See boats docked in the marina at Port Olímpic
Play volleyball or sunbathe on the sandy shores of Platja de la Nova Icària
Jump on stage and sing your heart out at Touch Music Karaoke BARCELONA
Feel like a high roller by playing slots, American roulette, and poker at Casino Barcelona
Metro via L1 at the Arc de Triomf stop
TMB Bus No. 54
Renfe Suburban trains via lines 1,3, and 4
Barcelona Nord Bus Station is in a beautiful area just outside of downtown Barcelona. Some of the city’s best attractions are a quick stroll from the station, but swarms of crowds arrive during peak tourist season. Protect your belongings by using one of Bounce’s convenient storage locations near Barcelona Nord Bus Station to explore Barcelona’s cultural sites with peace of mind.
La Sagrada Familia: Roughly a 15-minute walk from Barcelona Nord, La Sagrada Familia is Antoni Gaudí’s signature masterpiece and one of the world’s greatest churches ever built. For more than 130 years, tireless architects have laid the foundation for this beloved temple that stands out as Barcelona’s star attraction.
It’s worth pointing out that the UNESCO World Heritage Site still hasn’t even been completed yet. The finishing touches on La Sagrada Familia should be complete sometime this decade. Gaudí took control of the project in 1883, and the talented architect dedicated the remainder of his life to building the basilica. Gaudí utilized Gothic and Art Nouveau styles when designing the structure, and advancements in technology have helped speed up the project’s final phases.
One of the primary challenges that architects face is the addition of several spires that symbolize iconic figures from the New Testament of the Bible. In total, La Sagrada Familia will contain 18 spires, and they are one of the defining features of the building’s exterior. Three elaborate facades represent different elements of Christianity, and the church’s interior dazzles visitors with its central nave, towering columns, and beautiful stained-glass windows.
Before entering the basilica, the staff checks all bags and personal items, and storing your luggage near Barcelona Nord Bus Station saves you time at security checkpoints.
Ciutadella Park: Ciutadella Park is less than a 10-minute walk from Barcelona Nord and one of Barcelona’s most cherished green spaces. The urban park is in the La Ribera district and built on the grounds of the former Fortress of Barcelona. The 70-acre park now features all sorts of cultural and natural wonders that make it a must-see in downtown Barcelona.
Cascada fountain is a beloved symbol of the park that was built towards the end of the 19th century and modeled after Rome’s Trevi Fountain. The Barcelona Zoo houses around 2,000 animals and contains a bevy of plant varieties. Enjoy a peaceful boat ride on the park’s lake, admire brilliant sculptures, or visit the park’s museums to learn about zoology, geology, and other natural sciences.
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya: One of Barcelona’s newer attractions, Teatre Nacional de Catalunya features three theatres that host plays, concerts, festivals, and other public events. Ricardo Bofill was the brains behind the project, and construction of the postmodern building finished in 1996.
The facility boasts a lively atmosphere the greets guests live music, food, drinks, and fun-filled activities. High-quality plays fill the calendar, and talented cast members delight audiences with their skills. The facility hosts a wide range of performances, and the artistic visuals heighten the appeal of each show. Pack a lunch and have a picnic beside the theatre’s blooming gardens while you soak up Barcelona’s sunny skies. Beautiful architecture surrounds the flora outside, and visitors often socialize at outdoor events.
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The price for luggage storage near Barcelona Nord Bus Station is just €5/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the Barcelona Nord Bus Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Catalonia Square, Barcelona El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport, and Port Vell Aerial Tramway and all over Barcelona.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Barcelona Nord Bus Station.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Barcelona Nord Bus Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Barcelona Nord Bus Station and in the broader Barcelona area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Barcelona Nord Bus Station are H10 Marina Barcelona, Hotel REC Barcelona, and Ibis Plza. Glòries 22. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Barcelona Nord Bus Station are Hola Hostal Eixample, Ant Hostel, and Mediterranean Youth Hostel.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Barcelona Nord Bus Station are Casa Calvet, El Corte Inglés, and El Nacional.
Check out the nearby Parc de la Ciutadella, Jardins de Miramar, and Plaça de Pablo Neruda.
While nearby, you can check out Casa Milà, Casa Batlló, and Picasso Museum.