BBB Jardinets Bed & Breakfast

Gran de Gracia 27, Barcelona, 08012, Spain
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Forum Posts

aerobus and luggage

by rio2010

HOW HARD IS IT TO GET YOUR LUGGAGE ON AND OFF THE BUS? I ONLY HAVE ONE.

Re: aerobus and luggage

by K_V_B

Look at your luggage. How big is it? Does it have a handle? Can you lift if up by that handle? If yes, you won't have any problem.

Re: aerobus and luggage

by Belsaita

PLEASE DON'T SHOUT!
How hard will be to get your piece of luggage elsewhere? The Aerobus is like any other bus, actually easier than many as it has no stairs and it has some dedicated areas for luggage (obviously most people using it carry some luggage). As far you can lift your bag by yourself you'll be OK.

Re: aerobus and luggage

by ter1413

Great question...geez!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Going romantic with Photoshop

by maritagnes

You could easily spend days and days just contemplating over little details in the architectural richness of the city.
This is a beautiful detail from Gaudís masterwork "La Sagrada Familia" - not heart-formed in it's original setting of course.
The magnificicy of Gaudís facades are challenging and intriguing for the eye, filled with symbolics and hiding layers of secrets.

Gracia

by sue_stone

Located north of L'Eixample is the district of Gracia. It is known for its maze of narrow streets and lanes, and if you take the time for a wander around this area you will come across some lovely squares as well. There are some excellent restaurants and cafes dotted around if you are looking for somewhere off the main tourist drag.

My favourite square in the area is the pretty Placa de Ruis I Taulet. The square is lined with interesting bars and cafes, whose tables spill out into the square. In the centre is the lovely Torre del Rellotge (clock tower). Another nice square nearby is the tree-lined Placa de la Virreina. At the northern end of the square you will see the 17th century Esglesia de Sant Joan, which has an unusual (for a church anyway) mosaic-looking name above the entrance door. This pedestrian square is also home to some more cafes.

North of the area, up a steep hill, you will find Park Guell, another Gaudi gem - not just a building, but this time a whole garden and complex. It is a beautiful place to visit and offers some great views back over the city. While you are there pop in and have a look at Casa Museu Gaudi, where the great man himself lived for the last 20 years of his life.

Different language!

by TracyG

Always remember that in Barcelona they speak Catalan and not Spanish (though nearly all of them seem to understand Spanish.) It is always polite to ask if they speak Spanish - particularly when meeting older people, or better still try to learn a few words of Catalan.

FC Barcelona Museum

by elise_crash

If you are a football (soccer) fan, esecially of Barca, then this could be a fun little outing for you. Located inside the gates of the stadium (Camp Nou), the museum is dedicated to the history of the great team. I believe that they now also offer tours onto the pitch itself. I do not remember the exact price of admission, but I don't think it will break the bank or anything, especially for a one time experience. Visiting the gift shop could be what really puts a hole in your pocket! This could be a fun way to spend some extra time before a match, or maybe just a chance to do something a little different.
Hours:
Mon - Sat: 10:00-18:30
Sun. and holidays: 10:00-14:00
Closed: Jan 1, Jan 6, Sept 24, and Dec 25

Wine tours (1- intro)

by Belsaita

Catalunya is divided in smaller areas called "comarques" (like counties or districts). The comarques of Alt and Baix Penedes are best know for wine production. Vilafranca del Penedés is the main town regarding wine production and the nearby town of Sant Sadurni d'Anoia is mainly know for their Cavas (sparkling wine made the same way as French Champagne). Indeed, you can find both wine and cava producers in both of them, as well in other nearby comarques i.e. Garraf (main town here Vilanova i la Geltrú)

You can easily reach all these towns by train or car. Once there, you can reach a few of the wineries walking, or take a taxi at the train station if you plan to visit the most distant ones. You can contact the tourist offices to plan your trip in advance:

- Vilafranca del Penedés:
www.turismevilafranca.com
+34 93 818 12 54
turisme@vilafranca.org

- Sant Sadurní d'Anoia:
www.santsadurni.org (could not find an English version)
+34 938 913 188
st.sadurnia@stsadurnia.diba.es

- Vilanova i la Geltrú:
www.vilanovaturisme.net
+34 938 154 517
turisme@vilanova.org

You may have a look at my following tips for details of possible routes focused on wine culture.

Enjoy your visit... And have a glass of chilled cava for me there! (if possible, brut nature, my fav) :-)

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