Apsis Sant Angelo

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Concell de Cent, 74, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08015, Spain
Eco Sant Angelo
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  • Families80
  • Couples78
  • Solo66
  • Business80

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Forum Posts

Easyjet to Barcelona

by Mimble

My friends want to book flights to Barcelona. They understand that one has to book with a UK credit card. Does the cardholder have to be one of the passengers?

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by puerto_lover

Where are you ?
if in UK its possible to buy a Post office travel ELECTRON money card and load it with money (for a small fee) and then use that for not only paying for flights but use abroad. Look at

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by Mimble

Thanks, yes I am in the UK, so the card is not the problem. Just if I book on behalf of my friends, do I have to go too?

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by puerto_lover

The payment using your card will be fine - I cannot see any reason for any problem. It is the checking of the Passport against the name on the booking / boarding pass that is important.

Car rental may be different when the Car Hire company would want a Credit card in the same name as the driver/renter. More personal responsibiltiy for the rental costs and the car rental company wishes to have some security in case of any damage to the car.

Reason I mentioned the Post Office Electron card is that your friends themselves could get one and it saves the Transaction Cost when paying on Easyjet. Believe it is free whereas using a Credit Card means an extra charge. If travelling on budget airlines like Easyjet a lot then the Post office Payment card is useful.

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by Venelin

It's not required to book a flight using your own card. I have booked at least a dozen of EasyJet flights for my friends, as I seemed to be the only person having a completely free-transaction visa electron card. Not only EasyJet, but also all other low-fare airlines allow third-party bookings - they could not care less where they get their money from. And none of them would accept a credit card as an ID, anyways, this is the notorious trademark of the otherwise perfect Deutsche Bahn.

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by taurean_traveller

Simple answer is no!!

I have booked a few flights for someone else and I was not travelling.

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by Waoife

The cardholder does not have to be one of the passengers - just make sure you fill in the booking and billing information carefully online to avoid any errors.

I've an Irish credit card only but have never had any problems booking with Easyjet so it's not necessary to have a UK card only.

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by qzaman


You have the answer already about the credit card

You may also want to know that with easyjet, there is a base
fare. Then you pay for each checked bag ( I think it is 11 euro per bag)
If you want to pick a particular seat, it will cost 2euro. Then in the end
when you are ready to pay, it will add another about 10Euro if you use a credit card. So by the time you reach the final stage, the total amount will magically

I compared a couple of flights between spanair and easyjet and althought he advertised fare for spanair was higher than easyjet, the final price on spanair
came to be lower.

You may want to compare final prices on a few airlines before making a purchase.

Happy travelling

Re: Easyjet to Barcelona

by davemkinbcn1989

Easy jet charge £10 per KG over 20KG. WEIGH YOUR CASES BEFORE YOU GO!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Where to Stay

by bacino

That really depends on three factors: how much time you've got, what you plan to do, and last but not least - your tastes and inclinations.

The area of Barrio Gotico and Las Ramblas is preferred by tourists, but I don't know anyone living in Barcelona who would want to live on Las Ramblas. Lively during the day and the center of nightlife, this neighborhood attracts tourists and pickpockets alike, so you always have to watch your belongings. In this sense, the area is dangerous, but it's highly unlikely that you'll get physically assulted here, or anywhere else in Barcelona. Having said that, I must warn you that the old town is more dirty and noisy than it is dangerous.

If you are here for just a few days and want to see as much as you can, then you should consider staying in Barrio Gotico. It would save you a lot of time on transportation. You can catch up on sleep when you get back home! :)

Barceloneta is another authentic picturesque neighborhood not far from the old town, but almost as dirty. It is close to the beach and known for seafood. If you are just two people travelling, you are most likely to find accommodation in this area because apartments here are smaller. Don't forget that Bcn is not such a big city (its fame is much bigger than its size), so what is important, in my opinion, is that the area is centric and well communicated by bus and metro to other parts of the city. Eixample, Gracia, and Vila Olimpica are such areas.

Eixample is a wider center of the city, and some parts of it are nicer than others. I like the areas of Paseo de Gracia, Sagrada Familia, and Parc de la Ciutadella.

Gracia is a popular area located above Eixample, and populated mainly with younger generation. It's relaxed atmosphere can be enjoyed on one of its many plazas with bars, restaurants and shops. Artsy and original, this neighborhood is lively but not wild.

Vila Olimpica is a posh area, located by the beach. With well-trimmed parks and recreational facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts, hiking paths, large shopping center and cinema in English, it is close to the Zoo and Barcelona Aquarium, and thus ideal for family holidays. It is an elite neighborhood with night clubs and casinos, also recommended to those who seek glamour, because that's as fancy as Barcelona gets!

Sculptures on the street

by irisbe

If not spoiled enough yet by the great architecture this city offers, the pedestrian who takes the time to look around, will notice several small and bigger sculptures on corners, on little squares....
I thought this one was a real "refreshing" one `-)
especially when the September sun is hitting you with temperatures close to 30 degrees celcius !

late meals

by Belsaita

As they say, "when in Rome..." Therefore, when in Barcelona (or anywhere in Spain), better adapt yourselves to the local timetables. Yes I know it's difficult sometimes (I've to adapt on the reverse way when traveling abroad) However, if you insist on having an early (for Spanish standards) lunch or dinner, you have BIG chances to end in a tourist trap.
As well, the best way to know if a place is good is checking if it's full of local people… but, how you will know, if no one is there yet? ;-)

We Spaniards do have usually a small (too small) early breakfast. Many people have just a cup of coffee before leaving home. Later we may have another coffee (yes, most of us are caffeine-addicts!) with some food, at mid-morning, to have energy enough until our late lunchtime, around 2 PM.

Dinner is a late meal as well, at home usually around 9 PM, at 10 PM or even later when going out.

Day trip to the Dali Museum in Figueres

by Roadquill

We rented a car (mistake, better to take the train) and drove up to Figueres to visit the Dali Museum. Well worth the effort. There are many of his great works and samples of what was going on in his head.

A hidden courtyard

by Rupanworld

When I was walking down the old latin quarter, I came across this hidden quarter. I went in and inside I also found an old fountain where in the water there were coins from all over the world. Very much a trait of fountains in Europe. I was getting greedy at the look of the coins since I am an avid coins collector.


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Address: Concell de Cent, 74, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08015, Spain