Barcelona City Centre Hostal

Balmes, 60. Entresuelo, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08007, Spain
Barcelona City Centre Hostal
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Forum Posts

What is the easiest & most scenic route (transportation) to Zaragoza?

by Ladyplus

Hello,

can anyone offer simple suggestions as to the easiest method of transportation with the best scenic route to get from Barcelona to Zaragoza?

Then from Zaragoza to Bilbao.

From what I understand, there are different types of trains that run through the country. I would like to know which of the trains have offer the most scenic route & if BUS would be a better method of transportation.

Thanks!!!!

Re: What is the easiest & most scenic route (transportation) to Zaragoza?

by Ladyplus

Thanks Pedmar,

I actually just found the ALSA website right before your response. The site is easy to read/navigate, and gives many options for destinations.

I guess that the most difficult thing for me is planning my own itinerary for a few days. Where to go, what to see & do, method of transportation (quickest/cheapest) & hotels. Urgh!

You've all been GREAT help!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Barcelona Blog

by jhoolko

For more photos of Barcelona, and some under the radar tips, check out this new blog on the city. It also links to some other helpful websites, and the writer is open to questions by email!

http://www.labarcelonista.blogspot.com

Intricate steps.

by Bif75

On my most recent visit I was in town to see locals dancing the Sardana outside the cathedral on Sunday afternoon, a custom which has been performed for years. A band on the steps of the cathedral struck up the notes and groups of friends and relatives joined hands and began to dance.
The sardana involves a circle of people, holding hands and performing intricate steps which on first glance may look easy but rest assured it is complex and must take lots of practice to perfect!
Several groups danced and it was quite a spectacle.

In october:don't forget to bring umbrella!!

by artonice

Don' forget to bring your umbrella if you come to BCN in October.Also bring jackets to protect you in the evenings but in daytime sun can show its face so you need also t-shirts. Take comfortable and preferably leather walking shoes.

Sagrat Cor

by seamandrew

I was a little reluctant to visit this church way atop Tibidabo because my guidebook said it had little charm and wasn't much to look at. I stronly disagree with it. This church has lots of charm and it has tons of crowds flocking to it. In fact, it is also a must see because any skyline view of Barcelona has this church in it, and one is hard pressed not to be intrigued by it. We found it quite beautiful and the view just as stunning. Actually, you can pay 2 Euros and take the elevator up to the statue for a greater view.

At night, the church is floodlit, and in this state, forms a dramatic part of the Barcelona skyline. It must look awesome when it's wrapped in swirling mists.

The tourists paradise

by Elisabcn about El Corte Inglés

El Corte Inglés is the paradise of tourists, specially the paradise of italian tourists!. Don't ask me why because it is very expensive!!!
Another thing that i have never understood is that spring always arrives first in El Corte Inglés than in Barcelona...still cold...
One good thing is that it's opened until 22,00 (poor sales assistants) which is very comfortable in a city where people go out of their offices at 19,00-20,00.
This picture was taken on 24th december at 9.50, 10minutes before opening its doors...crazy world... You will find here everything....but you will pay more for it Everything is more expensive than in other shops around

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Address: Balmes, 60. Entresuelo, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08007, Spain