Ciutat De Sant Adria Hotel

Santa Caterina 38, Sant Adria del Besos, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08930, Spain
Ciutat de Sant Adria Hotel
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From Hilton Del Mar to Plaza Catalunya

by mani8kgm

What is the quickest and least expensive way to get from the Hilton Del Mar to Plaza Catalunya. We will have luggage and will be moving from the Hilton after our conference to a hotel on the top end of the Ramblas. If there are metros to be taken, will we have stairs to encounter. That will be difficult for me! Is there a bus, and do you allow bags on buses in Barcelona. If we decide on taxi, what do you think it will cost?

Thank you!

Re: From Hilton Del Mar to Plaza Catalunya

by Franja

The quickest and least expensive way to get from the Hilton Del Mar to Plaza Catalunya is the subway. You must walk from the Hotel to EL MARESME/FORUM metro station, Line 4. Then you take direction TRINITAT NOVA, until URQUINAONA station, (8 stops). Urquinaona is about 10 minutes walking from Plaza Catalunya. The problem could be the luggage if it is heavy due to the stairs. Most of the metro stations have lifts for handicapers that you can use if you bring bags. El Maresme/Forum station is a new station and has a lift. However, Urquinaona is a old station and it is not adapted to the new standards. Nevertheless, as Urquinaona is a old station, it is not too deep and you must go up not much stairs.
If the luggage is heavy, take a taxi. It will cost about 20 €.

Re: From Hilton Del Mar to Plaza Catalunya

by Manara

When moving around with luggage the second best wayb(after a taxi of course) is by tram, very easy to get on and off. However with the tram line T4 from the Hilton you cannot reach Plaza Catalunya. The tram goes along the Diagonal and then turns towards the Parc de la Ciutadella. Maybe if you get off the tram at the Marina station you will be able to get a bus from there to Plaza Catalunya, the distance is 4 metro stations.

Re: From Hilton Del Mar to Plaza Catalunya

by puerto_lover

I do not have any local knowledge but just curious as I was investigating bus route for a visit myself. The city travel planner is quite helpful. I see that the bus no.41 passes opposite the hotel and also goes by Plaça de Catalunya - see this map:
http://www.tmb.cat/img/ampli/pdf/L41.pdf
However I do not know if you can travel with your luggage. The web site of TMB says in FAQ:

Can I travel with my luggage?
Luggage dimensions should not exceed 100 x 60 x 25 cm.

http://www.tmb.cat/en_US/home.jsp

Re: From Hilton Del Mar to Plaza Catalunya

by mani8kgm

Thank you so much! That was excellent!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Barcelona Blues

by Nexus7

The town of Las Ramblas and the former host of the Olympics. Second largest city in Spain where the dominant tongue is Catalan. A mixture of Spanish and French. Although Spanish is always spoken since it is mandatory to learn in the country. This is a photo of the magnum port which houses many clubs in its upperfloors in addition to a mini golf course and a nice aquarium. Built for the Olympics. Spanish guitarrists playing in the night while sitting at a tapas bar with friends.

Visit All of Gaudi's work.

by d6676

Park Guell. Like most of Gaudi's work, the Park was not completed until after his death. In the front entrance there is a multicolored lizard, which is between two mosaic staircases. The Park was meant to be a garden city, and was to house the city's elite.

Catalan Nationalism

by EmilianoCV

Mmmm, what a subject! Well, I will only say that this subject is not a minor one for the ones living in Catalunya. And I mean, for both, for the catalan people who was born here and for the catalan people who immigrated to here.

Impossing catalan language in education and cultue will not help not only the integration of new comers but also the like of the language. Freedom for spanish speakers to speak in their own language! (Bilingual constitutional rights preserve this option).

Although it is to be regonigzed that catalan language has to be preserved (but not to imposse).

Pabellons Guell

by arlequin_g

These are some very interesting buildings by Gaudi. You can see Mudejar influence in them. The main gate is the thing that stands out the most, an iron dragon. Watch out it doesn't bite you : )
You can only admire this place from the outside, it's a private property.
It's between the two metro stations Palau Reial and Maria Cristina (both in Av. Diagonal), right in Pius XII square. From Pius XII square take Av. Pedralbes, is the numer 7)

El Barri de Gràcia is one of...

by DanielF

El Barri de Gràcia is one of the liveliest neighborhoods in BCN. It was an independent town before the city walls were tore down in order to build the modern city but now it is comprised within the city boundaries. However, it still retains a 'little town' atmosphere and a quite bohemian flair. It is full of narrow streets, food markets, little shops and lovely squares which invite to drink a coffee and chat with the locals in the many open air terraces. You can see more pictures in the travelogue.

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