Ana's Guest House

Av. Diagonal 345 Principal 1a, Barcelona, 08037, Spain
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Barcelona FC on a Sunday

by Kazzykins

Hi, we are in Barcelona for 1 day on Sunday 20th Sept. We want to go to Camp Nou stadium and do the tour/museum. I think Barcelona FC are at home that Sunday. Anyone know if the tour will still be on or at least will the museum be open? Thanks Kaz, Manchester, UK

Re: Barcelona FC on a Sunday

by ValbyDK

Hi Kaz

You'll find the opening hours for the stadium museum here:
http://www.fcbarcelona.cat/web/english/club/club_avui/territori_barca/museu/museu.html
"On days of League and Champions league matches in the stadium, from 10:00 to 15:00 - Camp Nou Tour not available".

Not sure, but I think the game still can be rescheduled from Sunday to Saturday because of the Champions League?

Kind regards,
Klaus

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Love at first sight...

by Dariana

A simple advice:never take the metro in Barcelona unless you have to arrive somewhere on time.It`s a waste .We spent a lot of time wandering along the streets.In every corner,on the large boulevards or on the narrow streets your eyes are attracted by magnificent houses:surprising details,stained-glass windows,stone flowers,wrought iron on balconies,gardens on the roof,azulejos. Every walk was a delight.
Despite all the museums and other countless attractions,Barcelona`s houses are my reason for a new visit

Going Topless or Nude on a Beach

by RawdgerDodger

It is quite common for women to take off their bikini tops on Barceloneta Beach. The way the rule was described to me was that if it doesn't create a public disturbance, you can do it. In fact the further down Barceloneta Beach you walk, the more clothes people seem to lose. If you make it to Mirabella Beach, which is about a twenty minute walk down from the big Golden Whale, you will see a large amount of nude sunbathers many of whom happen to be male. This seems to be common and quite legal so be prepared for a shock if you are not used to this type of public nudity.

Bring a scarf! It's cold and windy in February

by SusanJH

Pack an extra bag with wheels for all the goodies you'll find at the duty free store at the airport! Olive oil makes a great gift but it's heavy! I would have bought more it was cheap! If you travel to B in the winter, bring a scarf. All the women wrap a scarf around their neck and it was the first thing I bought! It was cold in February. It even snowed! I brought a light weight leather jacket and thank goodnees for the extra sweater I packed in case it got really cold. It did! Be prepared!

"Everything about my mother"

by Maggies

Do you remember the end of Pedro Almodovar's film "Everything about my mother"? They were shooting it right here in this cementery. It looks quite amazing... Not sure if I can say that cementery is beautiful but this one indeed looks interesting.

Caelum: Celestial delicatessen

by Belsaita about Caelum

"Caelum" is the Latin word for Heaven. Very appropriate name!

This place sells crafts and foods such as pastries, cookies, wine, honey and preserves, made by monks and nuns from several monasteries around Spain. But, apart from buying some nice presents there.... you can try it, as it is as well a fine eatery (more less a "salon de the"). Recently they have added a new room at ground level with a few tables, but better go down steps... and you will spoil yourself in a unique place (there were once the old Jewish Baths, about 400 years ago) Everything I tried was delicious. Anyway, my favourites are pieces of sugar-preserved orange covered by dark chocolate made from nuns of Vallbona (Tarragona), as well the little fruit-shaped marzipans from Sevilla. Great gifts to take back home too. Top quality items are never cheap, but you can have a tea with pastries for about 4-5 euros.

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Address: Av. Diagonal 345 Principal 1a, Barcelona, 08037, Spain