AC Sants

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Passeig de Sant Antoni 36-40, Barcelona, 08014, Spain
AC Hotel Sants by Marriott
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  • Couples75
  • Solo80
  • Business71

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Gerona & Fıgueras

by umitunal

Thank you very much for all your answers to my questions about the metro and buses in Barcelona,I felt relieved really. Thanks again and again:) Now I'd like to learn how we could go to Girona and Figueras. I guess it is possible by train but do we have to go to a specific station or could we travel from any station? Actually how many train stations are there in BArcelona? I did some researh but I couldn't get that MD, Estrella , Talgo or Regional. Are these the names of different stations?

Re: Gerona & Fıgueras

by Belsaita

There are many trains per day from Barcelona to Girona and Figeres (same line)

MD, Estrella , Talgo and Regional are different types of TRAINS, not stations!

MD (Media Distancia) and Regional are cheap slow trains (but more than OK for this route), you can't book these in advance, you but the tickets the same day at the station's counter or machines.

Estrella and Talgo are long-distance trains that happen to stop in these stations too. More expensive, and you actually don't save that much time in a short route like this one.

There are many train stations in Barcelona, but the only ones relevant to this route are:
Sants (main train station)
Passeig de Gràcia
Clot/Aragó

Depending on where you stay you may be closer to one or other, but Passeig de Gràcia is in the very city centre (underground station, one of it's entrances just in front of casa Batlló)

If you plan to do both Figueres and Girona in one day, I'd advise you to leave early to be at the Dali Museum ASAP, so you will find less queues and people. Then head to Girona that has really a lot to offer

Happy travels!

Re: Gerona & Fıgueras

by umitunal

thank you very much for your help:) I do appreciate that, thanks a lot...

Travel Tips for Barcelona

beware of pickpockets

by alinaabas

I enjoyed very much lookig at the outstanding gaudi architecture in Barcelona. Plus, the weather is pleasant. I went to Barcelona last February for a short trip, where myself and 2 friends stayed in Pension Fernando. The location is perfect, it comes off La Rambla the most famous and busy street in Barcelona, and the Carrer De Ferran which its on it's a good size busy street not a dingy back road. We all felt very safe here. About 10-15 minutes from lovely beach and some excellent nightlife at the harbour. I would recommend anyone stay here.

Don't forget the Postcard home.

by Vintom

Does anybody still send postcards I wonder, what with the advent of e-mail?
Well we needed to send one and went looking for a postbox, but for some reason could not find one anywhere...Until that is I stood right next to one and realised they are really not that hard to spot if you know what you are looking for. They are painted bright Yellow and you can't miss them as they are everywhere. For some strange reason I thought they would be green!

Traditional Catalonian Dance

by scottishvisitor

We saw some children in the Gothic Quarter performing a Sardona which is a traditional Catalonian Circle Dance dating back to the sixteenth century. The young girls were dressed in traditional costumes of red flared skirts and white tops. It was a wonderful experience to see some local culture and all because we were in the right place at the right time. The girls did a great job with their skilled dance steps which kept the crowd entertained.

The Boardwalk

by mikey_e

Lots of people come to Barcelona, city by the sea, and expect to find great beaches to relax on between touring the city's cultural and historical sites. Then they find out they were sadly mistaken. It's not that the Mediterranean isn't beautiful, but those who go to one of Barcelona's many public beaches should be aware that they will have their rest and relaxation frequently interrupted by either (1) the paranoia that comes from the massive amount of, sometimes dangerous, trash on the beaches (although the Ajuntament has launched several campaigns to clean up the beaches); and (2) the near incessant hawking of Chinese women who offer massages and Indian men selling beer, water and snacks.

Much more pleasant is a stroll down the boardwalk, which overlooks the beach and as very much hassle-free. I suggest starting just south of Vila Olímpica subway stop (Línia Groga - Yellow Line) and walking all the way along till you get to the end of the Ciutat Vella and the Rambles. The stroll takes the better part of an hour and lets you appreciate the gradual change in urban landscape from the glass structures Vila Olímpica to the crowded streets of Barceloneta to the historic grandeur of Ciutat Vella. You can get pretty much anything you want at the stores in Barceloneta, so nothing more than a good pair of shoes, sunscreen and, if you so choose, rollerblades.

Do not miss going to...

by paul002



Do not miss going to Monserrat. We went there by train. We bought a day ticket, including train journey, rides on all cable-cars and a good lunch in a fine restaurant from the train station. It turned out to be the best bargain in our holiday.

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Address: Passeig de Sant Antoni 36-40, Barcelona, 08014, Spain