Apartamentos Turisticos Marsol

Avda. Castelldefels 114, Barcelona, 08860, Spain
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how to get to JARDINS MOSSÈN CINTO VERDAGUER

by 9tigers

I was not able to find online how to get to this place from metro or anything. it seems to be a beautiful park to visit during spring time which is when we will be going for the visit.
and is it free?
ty all

Re: how to get to JARDINS MOSSÈN CINTO VERDAGUER

by Belsaita

These are in Montjuic hill, between the MNAC and the Olympic Stadium. Nearest metro is Pl. Espanya, but it's still quite a walk: take the escalators uphill, turn left when you reach the museum and then up and right again (behind the museum), or take the bus 50 to the Olympic stadium and walk down.

Re: how to get to JARDINS MOSSÈN CINTO VERDAGUER

by alza

Link in Catalan, chartlike, to info on address, open/close days, hours, how to reach, official website etc :
http://www.bcn.es/cgi-bin/eveure_eq.pl?id=92090124057&v=BI

Official website, English tab:
http://w3.bcn.es/XMLServeis/XMLHomeLinkPl/0,4022,375670355_376776313_3_710660259_detall,00.html?accioPJ=detall

"How to Reach" tab on Official website English page didn't work for me.

"How to Reach" tab on FIRST link, the one in Catalan, worked perfectly. Click TAB "Como Ir" (How to reach) and give fictional departure address as Av La Rambla No. 1 (for example only.) The arrival point is already in place by default, it's Av Miramar No. 30.
Click EJECUTAR (Search) and you'll get a clear itinerary, showing Metro and Funicular symbols that you'll be using. 18 minutes total.

I'll translate that itinerary in next post in case it's easier for you to get it all in English.

Re: how to get to JARDINS MOSSÈN CINTO VERDAGUER

by alza

ahh good, belsaita already provided a way!

but as promised, here's the itinerary suggested on the Catalan information site I posted above:

Take Metro Linia 3-Canyelles/Zonia Universitaria at DRASSANES.
After ONE stop, get off at PARAL.LEL

Take Funicular Linia 1-Parc de Montjuic-Paral.lel at FUNICULAR PARAL.LEL.
After ONE stop, get off at FUNICULAR-AV MIRAMAR

Walk to Av Miramar No. 30 (1 minute)
I didn't see any mention of a fee to visit those gardens. Looks free.

Enjoy the gardens!

Re: how to get to JARDINS MOSSÈN CINTO VERDAGUER

by 9tigers

ty

Re: how to get to JARDINS MOSSÈN CINTO VERDAGUER

by alza

ap (a pleasure! LOL)

Travel Tips for Barcelona

The Picasso museum and Barri...

by cami2

The Picasso museum and Barri Gotico.
The Erotic museum at the Ramblas, fun.
Museum of Contmporary art, nice building.
Stroll along at the Passeg d' Garcia, take the tourist bus and see all those fantastic Gaudi-buildings, they seem like something out of a fairy-tell. Ramblas although it's full of touristic shops where you can't find anything beautiful to buy as for example at other shops. Generally the atmosphere is very nice with a lot of bars and restaurants where you can sit down and relax and just watch the people.

Park guel.

Another great...

by eladr

Park guel.

Another great Gaudi attraction. dont make my mistake!
goto this garden by vellcarca metro station. from
this metro take a taxi to the park! walking to this
place is very hard becuase you have to climb on a
hill.

If, as a casual tourist to...

by ger4444

If, as a casual tourist to Barcelona, you happen to find yourself in front of the Cathedral on a Sunday afternoon, you will see ten musicians in dark suits arranging themselves and some unfamiliar wind instruments in ten chairs set out in two rows on a platform. As they take up their instruments, the people do not stand in front of them to look on, but begin to group themselves in circles, taking hands to make a ring and begin to dance a ritualistic dance. The circle keeps shifting slightly back and forth, but makes no decisive or dramatic movement, and the dance seems to go on for a very long time.
If you stay, and if you consult a member of the crowd or a particular enlightened guidebook, you will find that is a dance called the sardana, and a symbol of Catalan identity.
The sardana celebrates the group: its ring is a symbol of brotherhood, of mutual interdependence, of democracy. Participation is very important in the sardana, anyone who decides entry must be admitted, regardless of dancing ability or lack of acquaintance with the group.
As we approach the end of the century, the sardana is struggling to maintain its relevance within a modern Catalan society. Nevertheless, a revival movement is on the way to make people appreciate its values in a time of questionable attitudes and confusion among a section of the youth. Several organisations are working to save the sardana from the indifference expressed by a sector of Catalan society and find its place in contemporary Catalonia. One of the most active groups in this movement is the Fundació Universal de la Sardana. In conjunction with this TV3 (Catalan television), last May, started a very well presented and ambitious weekly programme based on the world of the sardana in Catalonia and abroad.

The Beach!

by zizkov

Not exactly obscure, but I think many visitors to the city may not venture here. Not the Costas, but I live inland so love a stroll along the beach with the breakers crashing in. Just the thing for an hours break from the buzz of the city. And in summer, a couple of hours having a paddle and catching some rays.

On the day I was there, there were even some hopeful surfers out.

Everything in one place

by MagicMixer about El Corte Ingles

This is where the Spaniards do their shopping. In July there are sales at almost every department Anything, clothes , things for the household , nice foodstore in the basement and cafeteria at the top ( 9th floor ) If you are NOT coming in July , when the big sale is on, try the 8th floor .....there is always promotions there ( good ones , really ) sometimes 30-70 % reduction on almost everything

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