Vrabac: an elegant and welcoming Bed & Breakfast in the Gothic quarter

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Article updated 6 August, 2018. 0 comments

With its central location, elegant décor and warm, friendly atmosphere, Vrabac has everything you could want from a B&B!

Vrabac bedroom

metro: Liceu ( L3)
Portaferrissa 14


every day

How much?

from 80 euros


for its modernist charm
for the central location



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The Vrabac is located in one of Barcelona’s most historic quarters, on a street off Las Ramblas. It’s near a whole host of tourist sites, restaurants and bars, with excellent public transport links: a big plus!

Public areas

Vrabac isn’t a hotel, but a bed and breakfast, so there’s only one shared area, with tables and chairs.

This area is used for breakfast, and you’re free to make use of it at other times of day – it’s a great place to read or to play one of the games provided by the owners.

The décor is sophisticated and packed with little historical details. The blend of old stones, antique furniture, modern lighting and contemporary artworks is particularly effective.


There’s no “standard” room at Vrabac, and they all have their own individual feel. Different rooms offer different amenities.

vrabac gold bedroom

Choose from a double, twin, triple or quadruple room – all with private bathrooms located just across the landing.

If you prefer an en-suite option, select from the “basic”, “standard” or “deluxe” doubles.

vrabac bedroom details

Vrabac: little extras

Vrabac offers a guided tour of the city, led by an architect, packed full of fascinating facts. Group tours cost from €100 – €150, depending on the number of participants and your chosen time slot.

vrabac dining room

Dinner is also available on request. For around 30 euros a head, the owners will introduce you to some of the region’s culinary specialities.

If you’re a romantic at heart and looking for a way to surprise someone special, you can have chocolates, flowers, balloons or other little treats placed in your room. Contact reception for more information.

vrabac breakfast room

Useful information

  • Check-in is from 1pm, and check-out is by 11am.
  • All rooms are fitted with air conditioning and heating.
  • Rooms cost from around €80 – €150 per night, depending on the category and the season.
  • Breakfast is included in the price.

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Pauline loves books, food and new discoveries. For her articles, she loves finding original and authentic places which are a treat for both the eyes and the tastebuds. Her favourite thing to do in Barcelona? Getting lost in the Old Town and soaking up its unique atmosphere... whilst enjoying the appetising smells emerging from restaurant kitchens! Is there anything better than that?