DIRECTIONS TO THE SEVENTY
BETWEEN L'EIXAMPLE AND GRACIA
Seventy Barcelona is located at the border between two of Barcelona’s most emblematic neighborhoods: the Eixample, orderly, rationally built, and full of architectural gems, and Gracia, with its narrow, winding streets bursting with life and creativity at each corner. Sitting on the edge of these two districts provides a window onto two distinctive visions and realities expressed by the Catalonian capital.
This unique location also provides the perfect vantage point for those seeking an exclusive and sophisticated experience with access to some of the city’s best shopping. It’s just steps away from the Barcelona Shopping Line, one of the city’s most impressive shopping districts. Set between the Passeig de Gràcia, the Rambla de Catalunya, and Avinguda Diagonal, this area features the most exclusive and luxurious names in fashion to be found in the city.
Seventy’s uniquely advantageous location also provides easy access to multiple Modernist masterpieces, like the Palau del Baró Quadras, Casa de les Punxes, Casa Comalat as well as the majestic Casa Milà (La Pedrera) and the Block of Discord, with Casa Batlló, Casa Ametller and Casa Lleó i Morera.
Note: As of January 1, 2020, the Barcelona metropolitan area is considered a Low-Emission Zone (LEZ). Access to the city by private vehicle is restricted to motorists with a valid environmental label, applicable to vehicles registered in Spain; motorists operating vehicles registered abroad must apply for prior authorization.
If you plan on visiting Barcelona in a car registered in a foreign country, you will need to register for a permit.
Seventy BarcelonaCarrer Còrsega, 344-352.
08037 Barcelona. Spain
You can catch the regional train from Terminal 2 (T2) of the Prat Airport. Take the train to the Paseo de Gracia stop; the hotel is a ten-minute walk away.
This station also provides service to Barcelona’s principal train routes, and offers connection to the L2, L3, and L4 lines of the Barcelona Metro.
The hotel is served by multiple bus lines: 6, 7, 22, 24, 33, 34, 39, 47, and H8, which traverse the city horizontally, and V15 and V17, crossing the grid’s vertical axis.
The late-night bus routes N4, N5, N6 and N7 all stop near the hotel.