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barcelona nantes

by karik84

I would like to get from Barcelona to Nantes in France, somebody knows how and how much is it by bus and train? thanx for help:)

Re: barcelona nantes

by Mikebond

To go from Barcelona to Nantes by train you must first go to Paris with the night train Elipsos, then to Nantes by TGV (high speed train). The standard fare is 233.80 euro. Maybe it can be cheaper if you book the two trains separately, as there are sometimes some smartprice offers. I'll have a look.
The website is (also in English).

Re: barcelona nantes

by Mikebond

To go from Barcelona to Paris, you can take a local train to Cerbère (French border station) and from there a long distance train (Corail Lunéa) to Paris. This costs 129 euro instead of 177 for the direct elipsos train. For 135 euro you can take a corail train to Montpellier and from there a TGV to Paris. This journey lasts 9 hours compared to 14 hours for the previous one.

Re: barcelona nantes

by Mikebond

The Paris-Nantes TGV costs 56.80 euro. So you see that it's more convenient to buy two separate tickets.
Please consider that the prices I have found refer to the coming days and are likely to change depending on your travel date. You can buy your tickets from the SNCF site and have them delivered where you live.

Re: barcelona nantes

by puerto_lover

Look at for bus prices. Just under €100 Barcelona - Nantes.

Re: barcelona nantes

by Mikebond

I have checked the eurolines website. There is a bus leaving from Barcelona Sants at 1 am and arriving in Nantes at 3 pm. It costs 82 euro and leaves on Thursdays and Sundays.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

You must walk along 'las...

by dakar

You must walk along 'las Ramblas' and sit in a terrace and spend some time waching the people. It's great ¡¡¡ My fondest memory of Barcelona are the people, the sea and the nigth life. This things are what Barcelona is: BAR --> Nigth Life - CEL --> the sky and the people - and ONA --> the sea.

Catalonia, feel of independence

by Raimix

Despite of being Spain for a long time, Catalonia and its people more and more want to have their own independent country with a capital of Barcelona. It is easy to see how locals try to show they are not Spanish, put Catalan flags on their balconies, having such autonomous objects and Catalonian Parliament or Generalitat.

Once in metro station we met one man, who sold us an all-included ticket to Serra de Montsserat. He asked where we from and asked for our support about their independence as he did the same for Lithuania. He told they are different from Spanish, not “bull fight – lovers”.

11th September is the...

by silvia-m.b

11th September is the Commemoration of the fall of Catalonia and particularly Barcelona, on the 11th 1714 September at the hands of the troops of Philip V, with the consequent abolition of all Catalan Institutions of self-government, has become a symbol of catalan nationalism, repressed during Franco's time but held in secret. With the establishment of a democratic government, the 11th September recovered its highly festive character, with public gatherings in the 'Fossar de les Moreres', where the war heroes are buried, and in front of the Rafael de Casanova Monument, who led the troops at the time of their defeat. It is customary to hang the 'senyera', the Catalan flag, from the balconies of every house. If you come any 11th September you'll see red & yellow flags everywhere.

Some Outstanding Graffiti

by listenandlearn

Here are some outstanding graffities which is located right in front of the Centre de Cultura contemporania of Barcelona. The corner street would be Carrer de Montalegre, which we shall attach photos off , as well.

ceramics and lamps gaudì style

by call_me_rhia about 2 bis

It's a souvenir shop, actually.. but it doesn't sell tacky souvenirs. It sells coffee cups, plates, vases, lamps and glassware - all nicely decorated. Most are hand-painted, too. The inspiration of the designs are Gaudì's works of art lamps and ceramics painted after Gaudi's buildings or mosaics Around 70 euros for a set of 6 coffee cups and plates. Quite expensive - but the quality is excellent


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