In the heart of the Gothic Quarter, just a few steps from Las Ramblas, very close to the main cultural, commercial and gastronomic attractions of the city.
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By metro: You can take the metro line L3 to the Liceu stop. Once there, you will only have to walk 200 meters down Las Ramblas until you reach Carrer de Ferran.
By bus: You can take the H10 bus to the Valéncia-Muntaner stop. From that same stop, change to the V13 bus to the La Rambla-La Boqueria stop and from there you only have to walk 250 meters until you reach Carrer de Ferran.
By bus: You must walk to the Pla de Palau - Pl Pau Vila stop to take the V13 bus to the La Rambla - Pl del Teatro stop. From there, you just have to walk down Las Ramblas for about 300 meters until you find Carrer de Ferran.
By metro: You have to walk to the Barceloneta metro stop to take line L4 to the Jaume I stop. From there you will have to walk about 650 meters until you reach Carrer de Ferran.
Option 1: taking the A2 bus to Pl. Espanya. On the same Pl Espanya you will find the metro stop, where you must take the L3 line to the Liceu stop. And, from there, you only have to walk 200 meters to reach Carrer de Ferran.
Option 2: taking the A2 bus to Pl. Espanya. In the same square, change from bus to V13 until the La Rambla - La Boqueria stop. And, from this stop, it is only a 200-meter walk down Las Ramblas until you reach Carrer de Ferran.
By public transport: you have to walk 300 meters to reach the Sants Estació metro station. From there take the L3 line to the Liceu station. And you will have to walk only 200 meters until you find carrer de Ferran.
By metro: you walk to the Arco del Triunfo stop to take the L1 line to the Catalunya stop. At the same station, you change the line to L3 until the Liceu stop. And from there, you only have to walk 200 meters to get to carrer de Ferran.
- From here we give you a sample of the things that a city like Barcelona can offer you by visiting its most emblematic neighborhoods.