Adagio Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

C/ Ferran 21, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain
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Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Couples51
  • Solo81
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Shopping in Barcelona

by Lila0603

Help wanted to get good address for shopping in Barcelona (not the common trades please....)

Re: Shopping in Barcelona

by Belsaita

Some years ago, a city council advertisement called Barcelona "the best sop in the world" :)

Get lost around El Born (more 'trendy') and Gracia (more 'bohemian') areas. You will be spoiled for choice of small independent shops with stuff from local designers and less-known brands.

Re: Shopping in Barcelona

by Lila0603

Fine! My hotel is in Eixample,

Re: Shopping in Barcelona

by Belsaita

Where in Eixample? It's a large area.

I like Bulevard Rosa too. But your remark "not the common trades" made me think you were looking for something less mainstream :)

Re: Shopping in Barcelona

by Lila0603

It's the Room Mate Emma on Rossellò 205
Yes I'm not looking for international trades but spanish designers that nobody else will be able to find in Luxembourg

Re: Shopping in Barcelona

by Belsaita

Nice location, very central. You will be just a 5-10 minutes walking to the Bulevar Rosa. Along Rambla de Catalunya you will find many shops, many of them from Spanish brands too. Like the "1 de 50" contemporary silver jewelery and accessories: they only do 50 of each design, so its unlikely you find another one in Luxembourg or anywhere else ;-)

If you have time enough and fancy something really different and non-touristy, head in the opposite direction, to Gran de Gràcia, Travessera de Gràcia and side streets.

Re: Shopping in Barcelona

by Lila0603

Thanks a lot!!! I'll spend there a week, from 14 to 21/08 ... means also time for shopping.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Tickets For FC Barcelona

by Meadows11

I have now attained a bit of experience on obtaining tickets for FC Barcelona games. The first match I watched was a sell out, but I found out that on Thursday afternoon's the ticketing booths open up to sell some retained tickets. This is how I got mine at the standard A Grade price. Therefore, it is a good idea to take your tour of the ground on the Thursday and get your ticket for the Saturday/Sunday match.

Despite this success on my first trip, when I returned to Barcelona with a large group of friends we booked our tickets in advance over the internet to make sure we avoided dissapointment. By doing it this way we ended up paying through the roof, which was particularly disheartening when we saw that the second game we watched still had tickets available on match day at half the price we had paid for ours!!
However, there is only one way to be sure of seeing the game, and that's by having a ticket. So, with the tips I've left I'll leave you to your own devices, take what you will from it. :)

sun reflexes

by chancay

"La ciudad de los prodigios", a book from Eduardo Mendoza. Reading this book you learn a lot about Barcelona history in the begin of the 20th century.
(The City of Marvels - Eduardo Mendoza, 1986 - in english by: Collins, Harvill (GB))

The local Football Club Barcelona, "El Barça"

by EmilianoCV

FC Barcelona is one of the leading football clubs in the world. The last 4 years have been fantastics the FC Barcelona. With Ronaldinho, Eto´o and Messi doing goals and more goals, FCB won every championship they played. Barça is very popular down here, although you have also the Reial Club Espanyol in the city.

Enjoy visiting their stadium, "Camp Nou" and buying some presents from the many "Barça Botigas" you will find.

My son is a FC Barcelona fun. But first of all he is a fun of the Argentina football team (see the picture) and of course, Boca Juniors from Buenos Aires.

National Art Museum of Catalonia

by draguza

Located in Palau National, this museum is primarily dedicated to Catalan visual art. The National Art Museum of Catalonia was established in 1990 and it was occasioned by the reunion of the collections of the former Museu d'Art de Catalunya, Museu d'Art Modern, The museum opened its door to public for the first time in 1995, with the Romanesque art section. The official inauguration of the museum with all its collection occurred in 2004 in presence of the King and Queen of Spain.

There are numerous sections in the National Art Museum of Catalonia and these sections focus on different aspect of art. The major sections of the museum are sections dedicated to Romanesque art, Gothic art, Renaissance and Baroque art, Modern art and the museum also boasts of a collection known as the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection

Wine tours (2- El Penedés)

by Belsaita

How to arrive there:

- If travelling by train: From Barcelona, estació de Sants or Plaça de Catalunya, you should take the C4 line of regional trains (Rodalies/Cercanias Renfe) to Sant Sadurni d'Anoia (about 40 min) and/or Vilafranca del Penedés, a few stops later (50 min).

- If travelling by car:
Take the AP-7 (highway, toll = 3.10 euros) or the A2/N340 (toll free, but it can be confusing)

Vilafranca del Penedés:
Bodegas Torres is the best known winery in Vilafranca del Penedes. Here you have their webpage: I went there a couple of years ago to do a short wine tasting course, very interesting, that we booked trough its website, but I don't know if they still do these.

You may be interested on visiting the Museum of Wine in Vilafranca too:

Sant Sadurni d'Anoia:
I would highly recommend you to visit the Cava cellars of Codorniu: have a look here: It's worth it; the Art-Noveau cellars are amazing. It's a 30 min walk (or a short taxi ride) from the train station.

The wineries of Freixenet are quite well known as well: Probably the most visited as they can't be easier to reach: just in front of the train station!

And there are lots of smaller cellars that can be quite interesting indeed.


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Address: C/ Ferran 21, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain