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Barcelona Sants Train Station is the busiest railway station in Barcelona and the first stop for many tourists traveling through Spain. Inter-city routes provide transport to smaller Spanish cities, Barcelona suburban railway services let you discover more areas of Catalonia, and high-speed trains race you to far-away destinations.
The development of the modern railway station began in the 1970s, and it quickly surpassed the Barcelona França railway station as the city’s primary terminus. The station always has a large number of locals and tourists racing to their platforms, and it can be chaotic for first-time visitors.
Thankfully, the station offers all the needed amenities for a smooth journey to your destination. Travelers will find lots of restaurants, shops, cafés, restrooms, car rentals, tourist information, hotels, and free WiFi when they arrive at Barcelona Sants.
Although Barcelona Sants Train Station is quite far from famous attractions such as La Sagrada Familia and Casa Batlló, it’s well-connected to every corner of Barcelona. There are plenty of Metro and bus connections to skip across town in minutes.
However, there is still plenty of amazing things to do near Barcelona Sants for a fun-filled day in the Catalonia capital. Store your luggage with Bounce near Barcelona Sants Train Station and travel lighter to see more of this incredible area of the city.
Relax by the fountains and lounge on the grassy lawns of Jardins del Palau de Pedralbes
Don’t miss the humongous dragon slide inside Parc de l'Espanya Industrial and play a quick game of ping pong
Dine on traditional Catalonian cuisine at Terra d'Escudella
Go for a stroll through Joan Miró Park to see impressive statues, beautiful palm trees, and watch locals walking their dogs
Smell the fragrance of roses inside Parc de Cervantes
Shop for fruits, vegetables, fish, and more at Mercat de Sants
Get spooked by exploring Centre Penitenciari d'Homes La Model, a former prison compound
Hit the dance floor and practice your salsa moves at Antilla Salsa Disco
Visit Chabad Barcelona and get to know the local Jewish community
Metro via L3 and L5
TMB Bus via lines 27, 109, 115, H10, or V5
Self-driving and park the car at nearby parking facilities
Barcelona Sants Train Station is the bustling hub of Catalonia’s railway network, and riders traveling to Barcelona usually start their trip here. Situated in the Sants neighborhood, the station is in a central location with lots of connections to the city’s public transport system.
If you prefer to explore the district on foot, there’s a variety of shops, restaurants, cafés, parks, sports, and architectural landmarks a short walk away. Bounce makes it easy to kick off your Barcelona vacation with convenient Barcelona luggage storage facilities near the station.
Camp Nou: Camp Nou is the home stadium of FC Barcelona, one of the world’s most popular football clubs. The world-class facility seats 99,354 spectators to make it the largest football stadium anywhere in Europe. Opened in 1957, Camp Nou would sometimes have a crowd of roughly 120,000 fans during the FIFA World Cup.
Although the days of eclipsing 100,000 are gone, it still provides one of the world’s most electric gameday atmospheres. The Camp Nou staff has more demands to fulfill than most stadiums in Europe, and it continues to give fans unforgettable gameday experiences.
FC Barcelona fanatics will be living a dream by joining the in-depth tours of the stadium, but casual fans walk away feeling equally amazed. Tours include the team dressing room, players’ tunnel, press box, and team shop. Don’t leave without visiting the FC Barcelona club museum to reminisce on the team’s greatest achievements.
Arenas de Barcelona: Arenas de Barcelona is around a 15-minute walk from the station and one of Barcelona’s largest commercial shopping outlets. Formerly a bullfighting arena, the rise in anti-bullfighting sentiment led to its economic spiral at the turn of the 21st century.
In 2011, the arena underwent a makeover to transform it into the retail haven it is today. The walkway stretching along the top floor provides shoppers a marvelous panoramic view of Barcelona. In total, the complex consists of over 100 stores that give visitors a whirlwind of options.
There's a wide range of shops from fashionable brands, and the food court has all sorts of culinary delights to satisfy your taste buds. Evening shoppers have fantastic views of the Magic Fountain of Montjuïc and its colorful display, and the façade of the arena also lights up at night. Customers can take a break from shopping by watching a movie at the cinema.
Plaça d'Espanya: Plaça d'Espanya is a special place for locals, and the historic square commemorates the fighting spirit of Barcelona. The square was built at a former site for public executions, but it would eventually host the 1929 Universal Exposition. This global event spurred the city’s economic and technological development while cementing its role in the international community.
Many of Barcelona’s famous roadways converge on the square, and iconic landmarks reside within its vicinity. The Gran Via, the longest thoroughfare in Barcelona, and Avinguda del Paral·lel are two high-volume roads that intersect at Plaça d'Espanya.
The Venetian Towers rise over 150 feet above the square, Parc de Joan Miró sits adjacent to the square, and the nearby Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya houses gorgeous pieces of Catalan artwork. Check the calendar to find out if Fira de Barcelona is holding one of its annual trade shows that host thousands of exhibits from around the world.
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There are multiple locations in the Barcelona Sants Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Catalonia Square, Barcelona El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport, and Montjuïc Cable Car and all over Barcelona.
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Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Barcelona Sants Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Barcelona Sants 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 Sants Station are Catalonia Barcelona Plaza, Hotel Azul, and Ofelias Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Barcelona Sants Station are Meeting Point Hostels, Alberguinn - Sants Youth Hostel, and Room018BCN.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Barcelona Sants Station are El Corte Inglés, El Nacional, and Fàbrica Moritz Barcelona.
Check out the nearby Montjuïc Park, Jardins de Miramar, and Parc de Joan Miró.
While nearby, you can check out Casa Milà, Casa Batlló, and National Art Museum of Catalonia.