Catalonia Rigoletto

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Sabino de Arana, 22-24, Barcelona, 08028, Spain
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Metro/Train to new RCD Espanyol Stadium

by jmcnally

How do we get to the new RCD Espanyol stadium in Cornella de Llobregat using the Metro or train? How long would it take from, say, the Drassanes station on L3?

Thanks!!

Re: Metro/Train to new RCD Espanyol Stadium

by Doffcocker

Hi,

Metro and Rodalies (ex-RENFE)station are quite a distance away, the FGC station is closer, you can catch the FGC train from Espanya, use Cornellà-Riera station for the stadiums

Re: Metro/Train to new RCD Espanyol Stadium

by Jesperp

The route to New RCD Espanyol Stadium: http://www.tmb.cat/vullanar/en_US/resultatcerca.jsp?tipusrepre=0&origenx=8431188&origeny=4581130&descripcioorigen=L3+-+Drassanes&destix=8421888&destiy=4578518&descripciodesti=FGC+-+L8+-+Cornell%E0-Riera&cap=1&tipustransport=0&numtransbords=2&tempscaminant=20&velocitatcaminant=1&tipushora=1&dia=25&mes=10&hora=08&minut=47&idioma=en_US&operador=TMB&poblacioorigen=1&poblaciodesti=1&retorn=1#

Click on Interactive Map at this web page: http://www.emporis.com/application/?nav=building&lng=3&id=322799

Re: Metro/Train to new RCD Espanyol Stadium

by Jesperp

Your journey take about half an hour from Drassanes via Espanya and España to Cornellà-Riera.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Enjoy your time in city

by rm2006

Do not too carefull think of bad people in Barcelona. Too may worried after read bad incident reported by any tourist journal or from web site will spoil your mode to fully enjoy your stay in Barcelona.I notice Barcelona people are fine and good always willing help to any tourist. Sale girl giving to me the a catalouge of branded Watch with price list, which i unable to get it in my own country.This is service which i think will make me decide to return back to barcelona.

If going out for dinner to a...

by marktynernyc

If going out for dinner to a nice restaurant - make sure you have reservations. Many of the nice / expensive restaurants may have only 1 or 2 seatings for the evening. If you walk in, see empty tables and think you'll be seated, there's a good chance you won't - I speak from experience. I would also suggest reservations for lunch at the nicer restaurants. Barcelona has incredible food. I got up early the morning I was leaving Barcelona and walked around the Barri Gothic district. It was blissfully empty except for a few Spanish guitar players setting up and practicing. Walking the narrow streets while Spanish guitar music filled the air was magical.

PERFUMES, COLOGNE, FRAGANCE...

by parsix


It called my attention while watching T.V. the lack of variety of Ads. I enjoying wacthing ads whilst traveling, it reflect a side of the local society and some are very creative. Every 30 sec there was an ad for perfums, yes it was Chritsmas time, still after two days I started to find it annoying.
Well then, no surprise to find one of the biggest retail chain beauty chains in Europe completely pack on Chritsmas day.
After alll those ads I guess the least you can do is buy a bottle of the latest fragances in the market.

Soccer in Las Ramblas

by SirRichard

In Las Ramblas avenue you can find almost every day Juan Sabate, former soccer player that now entertaings the people who pass by Las Ramblas doing ball taps. He's got a few world records in that "speciality": 26.000 taps while seated!!!!

Living Statues

by SirRichard

As you walk along the Ramblas U can see many street artists performing various shows. One of the more popular are these "living statues", persons in disguised, frequently painted in metallic colours, who stand still for a while. When U stop and throw them a coin, they make a slow "mechanical" movement to thank you for your contribution.

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Address: Sabino de Arana, 22-24, Barcelona, 08028, Spain