Hotel Ciutat de Sant Adrià

Hotel Ciutat de Sant Adrià is located in the urban area of Barcelona, placed in the estuary of Besòs River.


The city of Sant Adrià del Besòs is communicated with a wide network of public transport, which will allow you to discover every spot of Barcelona. Just 10 minutes away by underground you can visit the Sagrada Familia, a catholic basilica of Barcelona designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí. Nowadays, it is considered as one of the most visited monuments of Spain. Another important spot you cannot miss is the Park Güell, declared as World Heritage Side by UNESCO in 1984, and the Rambla, a street with a boulevard where you can enjoy numerous shops and stands where the most remarkable is La Boquería, the market of the city.

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History of Immigration in Catalonia Museum

The History of Immigration in Catalonia Museum of Sant Adrià del Besòs has a room for exhibitions divided in three sections to discover the human path during the migrations process, from the prehistory to the present time. The museum also offers a documentation centre and a cultural and educative activities program that are organized every year.

Parc Fluvial del Besòs

Through the Parc Fluvial del Besòs, you can enjoy one of the green areas of the metropolitan region of Barcelona. The park is divided in three zones: wet zones, public use zones and the estuary. The wet zones are restricted to the main public and have a great environmental and scenic value. The public use zones have green areas to enjoy the nature, an asphalt path to visit by walking or running and a cycle lane. In the last kilometres of Besòs River you will find the estuary, a zone restricted to the main public.

Sant Adrià de Besòs Thermal Power Plant

Sant Adrià de Besòs Thermal Power Plant is also known as the power plant of the 3 chimneys”. This thermoelectric complex is located on the right edge of the Besòs River estuary. After the central dismantling, the turbines room and its three iconic chimneys have been conserved. Actually they are municipal property and are in process of being Bien Cultural de Interés Local. This is the reason why it has become a spot of interest in the city.