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SCHOOL LOCATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION
If you come by bus, there are many lines and if you come driving you will find a wide variety of underground parking facilities.
School language academy
Carrer Rector Triadó, 69
08014 Barcelona, España
09.00 – 14:00 From Monday to Friday
16:00 – 21:00 From Monday to Thursday
16:00 – 20:00 Friday
9:00 – 13:00 Saturday
Telephone: (+34) 93 527 11 00
Whatsaap and mobile: (+34) 637 650 018
FIND US EASILY
HOW TO GET TO THE SCHOOL
We are part of a community with more than a hundred neighbors, with a private area that students and parents can easily access.There is a backyard where the students can chill or study in the open-air. It is a perfect place to get away for those groups who make intensive courses of 3 and 4 hours per day.
What we can find close to our school?
Next to our school is the community center of Hostafrancs. In front of us are two small supermarkets, one with national products and another with products from Eastern Europe. Nearby there is also a bar, a pharmacy, and multiple restaurants, one in particular that serves Basque cuisine.
Further down our street you can find a variety of businesses including a bakery and, shoe store, among many others. Within five minutes walk is Sants Street where you can find everything.
What can you do in our area?
Our school is located between the district of Hostafrancs and Sants. Both neighborhoods are very popular.There are some tourist attractions, but you also see the typical lifestyle in Barcelona. Ten minutes walk from our school is the popular neighborhood of Eixample.
- España Industrial Park
This park was built in 1985 on the site of the “España industrial”, a textile factory. The highlight of this park is the dragon slide, Drakcelona, which welcomes us to the park. There are entertainment areas for children and special areas for dogs.
- Joan Miró Park.
This park has children and dog areas and you can walk around the park while enjoying a relaxing time. In addition, in the same park we can find the Library of Joan Miró. This park is famous for the sculpture ” Mujer y pájaro” from Joan Miro, a well-known Catalan sculptor.
- Las Arenas Shopping center
This shopping center was a bullring but the last bullfighting was held the June 9 on 1977. The bullring was turned into a shopping center a few years ago. Nowadays it is famous for holding the best 360 degree panoramic views of Barcelona.
Opening hours: from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 22:00 / Restaurants: From Monday to Tuesday from 10:00 to 01:00, Fridays, Saturdays and blank holidays from 10:00 to 3:00.
Montjuïc Park is one of the biggest attractions of Barcelona. It has several tourist attractions: the magic fountains, the MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia), German Pavilion of Mies Van de Rohe, the Olympic area, a huge variety of green areas and the famous Poble Espanyol.
- Hostafrancs Market
This market was built in XIX century. We can find a Bookstore (abacus), different street markets selling food and other products.
Opening hours: from Monday to Thursday from 07:00 to 14:30 and from 17:30 to 20:00. Fridays from 07:00 to 20:00. Saturdays from 07:00 to 15:00. Sunday is closed.
- Osca square
This square is a very warm place. It is famous for its local atmosphere and great cuisine restaurants. We highly recommend “La Mestressa”, a cosy and charming bar.
Opening hours: from Monday to Thursday from 17:30 to 01:00. Fridays from 17:30 to 03:00. Saturdays from 12:300 to 03:00. Sundays from 12:30 to 01:00
- Sants station, which communicates with different important spots of the city and long-distance train to many spanish and french cities.
Metro and buses
L3 (green line: from zona universitaria to Trinitat Nova).
L5 (blue line: from Cornellà Centre – centro – to Vall d’Hebron).
ADIF (railway infrastructures)
The train service for this station is very broad:
High-speed trains: we have two possibilities: travel in a long distance train around Spain or France.
- AVE España:
- Madrid – León (Madrid – Valladolid – Palencia – León).
- Marid – Sevilla (Madrid Puerta de Atocha – Ciudad Real – Puertollano – Córdoba Central – Sevilla).
- Madrid Barcelona (Madrid Puerta de Atocha – Zaragoza Delicias – Lleida – Camp de Tarragona – Barcelona Sants).
- Madrid – Huesca (Madrid Puerta de Atocha – Guadalajara Yebes – Calatayud – Zaragoza Delicias – Tardienta – Huesca).
- Madrid Valladolid (Madrid Chamartín – Segovia Guiomar – Valladolid Campo Grande).
- Madrid – Málaga (Madrid Puerta de Atocha – Córdoba Central – Puente Genil Herrera – Antequera Santa Ana – Málaga María Zambrano)
- Madrid- Cuenca – Albacete (Madrid Puerta de Atocha – Cuenca Fernando Zóbel – Albacete Los Llanos).
- Madrid – Alicante (Madrid Puerta de Atocha – Cuenca Fernando Zóbel – Albacete Los Llanos – Villena AV – Alicante).
- Madrid – Valencia (Madrid Puerta de Atocha – Cuenca Fernando Zóbel – Requena / Utiel – Valencia Joaquín Sorolla).
- Málaga – Barcelona (Málaga María Zambrano – Antequera Santa Ana – Puente Genil Herrera – Córdoba Central – Zaragoza Delicias – Camp de Tarragona – Barcelona Sants).
- Barcelona – Sevilla (Barcelona Sants – Camp Tarragona – Lleida – Zaragoza Delicias – Ciudad Real Central – Puertollano – Córdoba Central – Sevilla Santa Justa).
- Valencia – Sevilla (Valencia Joaquín Sorolla – Cuenca Fernando Zobel – Ciudad Real Central – Puertollano – Córdoba Central – Sevilla Santa Justa)
- AVE España – Francia. Madrid – Barcelona – Frontera francesa
- Madrid – Barcelona – Marsella
- Barcelona – París
- Barcelona – Lyon
- Barcelona – Toulouse
Local trains: We have a large network of trains to move around Catalonia. You can check the timetables on the website indicating the station of origin, destination and date that you want to use the service.
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