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Marbella

by jailee

Hi,
I need to get from Valencia to marbella and then from marbella to barcelona - probably by bus as i imagine this would be the cheapest way? any ideas if this is possible??
thanks

Re: Marbella

by puerto_lover

Take a look through the www.alsa.es bus web site as they often have routes needed. Also look at www.eurolines.com
But don't overlook the budget airlines like www.vueling.com who are based in Barcelona but fly to Malaga, Seville & Granada. Sometimes they can offer very competitive fares and of course a lot quicker than by land transportation.
And lastly the Spanish rail sytem is good and if you can book a ticket early enough you may find a cheap offer. I mean say about 2 months before day of travel. www.renfe.es Unfortunately the web site is all in Spanish and is quite tricky. For example I have seen a WEB fare of under €100 to travel on 22 October leaving Malaga at 16.50 and getting to Barcelona at 22.33.

Travel Tips for Marbella

The shore

by Igraine

One of things that make Marbella such a great place to visit is of course its sea side location apart from the good weather year around. Wel almost year around, it can get too hot in august according to inside information.
But now there was simply excellent weather to enjoy and a great boulevard for making a stroll.

Arroyo de la Represa Park

by Geoff_Wright

The Arroyo de la Represa Park which was re-claimed from disused land, stretches from the circunvalacion (Marbella ring road) almost as far as Ricardo Soriano. A modern suspension bridge spans the park (Arroyo means valley) (see previous tip)and the park itself is landscaped with lakes, children's playgrounds and sports facilities . Within the park is the Museo de Bonsai, a charming little oasis devoted to the Japanese art of miniature trees and houses and one of the largest collections in Europe. The building is surrounded by lily ponds shaded by weeping willows, streams bridged by stepping stones and pretty, colourful Mediterranean flowers .

This is a view of the Bandstand within the Park.

King Juan Carlos I bust-Busto Juan Carlos I

by spanishguy

There is a bust of our King Juan Carlos I (John Charles I) in the Oranges Trees Square, in front of the Town Hall. It has a plaque which says: "To H.M. the King John Charles I, guaranteeing of the Spanish people constitutional liberties"

Hay un busto de nuestro Rey Juan Carlos I en la plaza de los Naranjos, enfrente del Ayuntamiento. Tiene una placa que dice: " A S.M. el Rey Juan Carlos I, garante de las libertades constitucionales del pueblo español".

Want to go to Granada?

by Carmela71

MARBELLA-GRANADA (2h 45mins.) DIRECT BUS, there are more, but this one will let you visit the city for a quick day, you may not enjoy as much Granada as if you stay a day, but .... well it depends on the time you have.... the price is very good € 11,94

I do nto put all the times, just the earlier ones and the last ones to give you an idea... Remeber that timetables sometimes change...

9:00 (first direct and last direct to Granada from Marbella) 18:55

From Granada to Marbella, first direct one at
9:00* and last one 20:00*

buy tickets to Alhambra on advance

best argentinian steak...!

by venteeocho about tango

very romantic place,
in puerto banus
just in front of mc donals
good salads,chicken
try the grill chorizos
i also recomend empanadas
an don?t forget
the unique
panqueques de dulce de leche
for desert...yummie!

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