City stories
Hotels and destinations
A taste of Bruselas
Brussels, Belgium
You can expect just about anything from a city capable of exporting the best chocolate in the world and Brussels sprouts (the name didn’t come by chance). The Belgian capital is a city of contrasts that will leave you with a good taste in your mouth. 
Be txikitero, my friend
Bilbao, Spain
In Bilbao there are not residents, there are txikiteros. This is the name given to the people who drink txikitos, small glasses of wine served in the bars. Be a txikitero, my friend.
From Madrid to heaven (or so they say)
Madrid, Spain
One of the most popular Madrid sayings has it that there’s only one better place than Madrid, and that’s Paradise. Since it’s hard to visit the latter, let’s begin with the former.
Ancient but modern. Oldie but goldie
Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is the oldest capital city in Western Europe. But it blends that antiquity with a ragingly modern spirit. Maybe because beauty is never out of style. 
Tossa de Mar
Tossa de Mar, Spain
Pola Giverola is a resort located between two lovely coves of turquoise waters and fine sand, just a few minutes from Tossa de Mar.
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When in Rome: history of the marianito
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Unmissable visits
Unmissable visits
A pagoda among the cathedrals
These walls have stories to tell

In our Bilbao hostel there are two large common areas: La Granja, which includes the reception desk of the hotel and a lively bar for drinks or something to eat; and El Txoko, where breakfast is served and events and activities are organised.

Bilbao, our common rooms in the Hostel
La Granja
This is a basement multipurpose area for socializing. It has exposed brick walls, old wood and powerful materials like steel and concrete. There are different nods to the mythic café from which it takes its inspiration, such as illustrations on the walls, patterns, the border on its awning and even its name.   
The bar is another catalysing element of the place’s identity, and makes specific reference to the city’s old shipyards and their materials. There is a DJ booth and a reception area, making it the epicentre and soul of our hostel in Bilbao. 
Around it, among the pillars and masonry, there is a large area for working, eating, drinking and laughing. And a neon sign illuminates a phrase by Pío Baroja about the city: Bilbao lives in its estuary like a Cossack on his horse 
El Txoko
A multi-purpose room that changes according to the hour of the day, with the support of a kitchen for guests, a bar, a television set, and a sound system that has been adapted to the space. The tables make it possible for the area to be used for breakfasts, and for organizing parties or pop-up events in the very heart of Bilbao.