JúliaHi, im an architecture student (almost finished), i also practice photography and classic dance. One of my biggest interests is soul and electronic music, i use to dj with my friends and set up parties, but normally i also like to he alone and im quiet calm:) I work a lot but also like to enjoy nights out in barcelona and know the best places to do so. Feel free to talk if u need any advice on moving around bcn
MarionaHello, My name is Mariona and I'm interested in backpacking, books, camping, culture, dancing, hiking, languages, nature and science
OlgaHi my name is Olga:) In my past life i been professional baseball player. Now I'm Seaman and I really love travel:)
Can host for 2 daysHello, My name is Mariona and I'm interested in backpacking, books, camping, culture, dancing, hiking, languages, nature and science
Can host for 1 dayHiii! My name is Valentina, i am 21 years old, I am currently studying law and I am trying to get to know as much countries and cultures as possible!
Can host for 2 daysHi, im an architecture student (almost finished), i also practice photography and classic dance. One of my biggest interests is soul and electronic music, i use to dj with my friends and set up parties, but normally i also like to he alone and im quiet calm:) I work a lot but also like to enjoy nights out in barcelona and know the best places to do so. Feel free to talk if u need any advice on moving around bcn
LailaHi, salut, I'am laila From Morocco I'am open girl like to discover other contries and life style
SerahHello, My name is Serah and I'm interested in skateboarding, baking cookies, spirituality, the brain, thrifting, r&b and hiphop. I want to learn Spanish better and I study the BSc Psychobiology at the UvA.
ValeriaI am a Costa Rican lady who loves to make new friends, I’m very open minded and I love to have deep conversations with people about everything you want to teach me.
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I loved walking around the Gothic quarter. I stayed at the Kimpton Sylvan and have never experienced customer service so great before. The rooftop was beautiful and the staff was just amazing. Els 4 Gats was a really great restaurant only a few mins walk away and the Barcelona cathedral was super close. Touring Park Guell and Casa Battlo were really cool too. The rooftop of Casa Battlo was great for photos.Posted: May 31, 2023
I stayed near Plaza Catalunya and felt very safe. Tons of metro stations connect near there so very convenient. I recommend: - free walking tours (gorgeous El Born, Gothic Quarter, Las Ramblas daytime with a guide) - Gaudí: Batllo, Sagrada Família, Parque Guell, Casa Mila, Casa Vicens - beautiful architecture: Palau Música Catalana, for daily tours or nightly shows - chocolate street - day trips like Montserrat monastery (on the top of a mountain) Food: - Nuria: awesome food and really kind host when dining alone, very friendly - El Nacional tapas bar - Paradiso: rated #1 bar in the world, intimate with elaborate drinksPosted: May 27, 2023
I felt super safe in Barcelona. I stayed in the Passeig Gràcia area and it was great. I wandered by myself during the day and at night. I noticed there were plenty of police and security everywhere so even if there was a situation, I knew help was readily available.Posted: May 25, 2023
I did 4 days in Barcelona on my own between Christmas and New years and loved it. I stayed in a hostel near the center and I felt super safe. I also did a few tours. Did the Roman Amphitheatre, the Basilica, and a bike tour. I loved it.Posted: May 22, 2023
It was fun and interesting, beach and city tour, nice local meals, friendly people, bike tour, restaurants, nice friends, it was my first time there so we have a great time with my family and myself.Posted: May 19, 2023
Absolutely love this place! Felt so safe and carefree, the locals are extremely nice if you make a small effort to speak spanish! The views are beautiful! Would recommend going to the beach as it is so nice and a little cold which is perfect for a hot sunny day! Recommend it 100%!Posted: May 19, 2023
I was in Barcelona for a few days last year. I stayed at a Catalonia Born hotel (which was amazing, a bit pricy but totally worth it). I loved the Picasso Museum and highly recommend a visit. I went on a winery and cava tour about an hour outside of Barcelona which was awesome.Posted: May 17, 2023
I went in November and saw all the Gaudí architecture and even went up into the towers of Sagrada Familia which I highly recommend. The gothic quarter was beautiful to walk around as well. The crowd was very chill and I ended up meeting some other solo traveling girls.Posted: May 13, 2023
I fell in love with the city on the very first night, met so many great people and had meaningful conversations. Going a little bit away from the city center the food was cheap and delicious, drinks too. I felt safe most of the time, just watch out for the pickpockets. Art in the city is ever present and art galleries can be found on every corner, i got soo much inspiration and met great artists.Posted: May 9, 2023
I went to Barcelona last month and loved it. I stayed in a hotel in Las Ramblas, an area known for pickpockets, but I didn't feel unsafe. I kept my valuables in a bum bag that I used as a cross-body bag. The hotel location was amazing and the majority of the attractions were within walking distance. It had a subway station 2 min away and plenty of bus stops around, and it was very easy to use public transport.Posted: May 6, 2023
Yes, Barcelona is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to avoid dark and isolated areas, and keep your valuables close to you.
Yes, Barcelona is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is generally safe and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. There are also many hostels and hotels that cater to solo female travelers, so you can easily find a place to stay.
Barcelona can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities chosen. Accommodation in the city center can be quite expensive, but there are also more affordable options available in the suburbs. Eating out can also be expensive, but there are plenty of budget-friendly restaurants and cafes to choose from.
Visit the Sagrada Familia
This iconic basilica is one of the most famous landmarks in Barcelona and a must-see for any visitor.
Explore the Gothic Quarter
This historic neighborhood is full of winding streets, beautiful architecture, and plenty of shops and restaurants.
Take a stroll along La Rambla
This famous boulevard is lined with cafes, street performers, and plenty of people-watching opportunities.
Visit Park Güell
This park was designed by the famous architect Antoni Gaudí and is full of colorful mosaics and unique sculptures.
Enjoy the beach
Barcelona has several beaches along the Mediterranean Sea, perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and other beach activities.
Visit the Picasso Museum
This museum houses a large collection of works by the famous artist, including some of his most famous pieces.
Take a day trip to Montserrat
This mountain range is just outside of Barcelona and offers stunning views and plenty of outdoor activities.
Shop at La Boqueria
This famous market is full of fresh produce, seafood, and other local delicacies.
Enjoy the nightlife
Barcelona is known for its vibrant nightlife, with plenty of bars, clubs, and live music venues.
Yes, Barcelona is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid carrying large amounts of cash, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Barcelona is generally safe at night. However, as with any major city, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of pickpockets and avoid walking alone in dark or isolated areas.