369 Barcelona Hostel

Av.Diagonal 369, Barcelona, 08037, Spain
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does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by mavl

hola!

i'm trying to get a regular train (not AVE) from barcelona to madrid. on the renfe website, the link below shows what came up when i typed my origin and destination. since the only regular train leaves barcelona at 22:00 and arrives in madrid at 07:21 the next day, would anyone know if this train - costa brava - has a sleeper cabin?

http://horarios.renfe.es/hir/index.jsp?page=hjhir130.jsp&O=BARCE&D=MADRI&AF=2009&MF=10&DF=19&SF=1&ID=s

i don't know if the "preferente" class means you'll have your own cabin. if not, how do i find a train with a private cabin for at least two people? it need not even have a full bed, just a private cabin with seats will do.

is this really the only non-AVE train available from barcelona to madrid?

thanks in advance!

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by marielexoteria

According to "Servicios a bordo", Preferente offers a private cabin for 1 or 2 people and with bathroom in-cabin.

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by mavl

great, thanks a lot!

i didn't realize you could click on the "costa brava," your reply helped me figure that out just now. so the costa brava is an estrella train after all.

that solves my problem then, thank you very much for that.

btw, would you/anyone know how many days in advance i should get a ticket on this train so that i'm sure to get a cabin?

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by marielexoteria

Nah, I haven't taken a trip by train in Spain, but I'm the kind of person who likes having these things bought before leaving home only for the convenience of having it done :)

But I think I read that the Estrella fares are good if you book well in advance, compared to the fares you get on the spot.

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by puerto_lover

I have always got confused with RENFE. You need to use the trains a lot to understand the web site ! I believe that this so called ESTRELLA or COSTA BRAVA overnight train has Ordinary Turista seats and the more comfortable Preferente semi reclining seats. But the Preferente are not comfortable sleeping cabins at all but just seats. I think there is a 3rd choice which is called 'Litera' (means bunk bed) and you may see them when you come to make a booking. These are just sleeping bunk beds with 6 in each compartment. It can be very difficult to sleep in one of these cabins especially if they are full.
Can you not get a cheap web AVE fare on RENFE on the day you want ? Or would you consider flying? Sometimes really cheap flights from people like www.vueling.com

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by marielexoteria

Mavl: I'm gonna e-mail Renfe and ask, because what puerto_lover said makes sense and now I'm confused lol.

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by mavl

yes, the ticket price indicated does seem a little low for a cabin compared to the normal turista seat.

thanks a lot guys, really appreciate it!

will brush up on my spanish then also try to call their contact number. don't know if we'll understand each other though =)

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by marielexoteria

I have a history of getting good answers with them by mail, in case you need any help.

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by mavl

yes please, i would really appreciate it if you can find out as well. any kind of help at this point would really, well, help!

thanks a lot!

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by marielexoteria

Okidoks, I'll come back to you as soon as I get an answer that satisfies me :)

Re: does the overnight costa brava train to madrid have private cabins?

by mavl

great! thanks!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Visiting Gaudi's...

by r_vilalta

Visiting Gaudi's architecture:La Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera, Park Güell.
Walking along La Rambla, Barri Gotic or Passeig de Gracia.
Having night-life at: Port Olimpic and Maremagnum.
Coming in the Barça Stadium, the biggest of Europe. Its people, its food, its weather, its easy way of life, its design, all.

PLAÇA DE CATALUNYA

by Hosell

This is the BARCELONA´S HEART, PLAÇA DE CATALUNYA.Around this beautiful square ,you can find,shops, good restaurants and some big Shopping Centers.Also there is a HARD ROCK CAFE.Without any doubts is one of most visited places in the whole city.

On 11th September, Catalonia...

by JaumeBCN

On 11th September, Catalonia celebrates its National Day. Catalonia lost the war against Castille on September 11th 1714. Then all Catalan autonomous governments were prohibited as well as Catalan language & culture were relegated in favour of Spanish language & culture. In the picture there is the monument to Rafael Casanova, 'conseller' of Barcelona in 1714 who defended the city to Castilian troops. Every September 11th Catalan Institutions and citizens give him honour and take flower decoration to the monument.

Small Art Galleries in El Borne

by jhoolko

You are bound to see a lot of famous art during a trip to Europe or just Barcelona. But after your trip to the Picasso Museum, head over to Mercado (Plaza Comercial, 3) or Iguapop(c/Comerc 15), two small galleries in El Born. Each hosts a constantly-changing repertoire of up-and-coming and local artists. Oftentimes you will recognize pieces from the galleries as the work of artists who also use the sides of La Boqueria and the backstreets of the city as their other canvases. Another excellent feature of the galleries is their beautiful bookstores. You will find amazing books from publishers like Taschen and Phaidon as well as an array of gifts, toys, and artwork for sale that are really some of Barcelona's best souvenirs. I like Mercado's store the best, but nothing compares to Iguapop's clothing selection. Highly recommended is Le Cool's Weird and Wonderful Guide to Barcelona, a small, red, Bible-like guidebook to everything off the beaten path in the city. Well worth it's 16 euro price tag. If these stores are right down your path, be sure to head over to the Macba bookstore, the grandaddy of Barcelona's art bookstores. They have a huge selection of books on art and the city as well. For more interesting and atypical souvenirs, the store below La Pedrera is also great and you don't have to pay to get in.

FASHION IN BCN

by morganna

Barcelona is a important shopping center in Europe, since some of the most important brands are setting their shops in Barcelona, as a design and modern city.
There are 2 points where you can find that kind of expensive or chic clothes. Pg. de Gràcia is one of them, a great place also for sighseeing, so highly recommended. There, you can find Chanel, Carolina Herrera, Roberto Verino, etc.
The second spot is in Diagonal avenue, specially around Pl. Francesc Macià, where you can find Calvin Klein, Versace, Louis Vuitton, etc.

But if you prefer (affordable) Zara or Mango stuff there's no problem, because you will find them in every commercial center: around Pl. Catalunya there are one of them almost in every corner!.

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