Del Comte Hotel Barcelona

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Calle Diputacio, 142-148, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08015, Spain
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airport hotel w/train access to BCN

by me0302

Anyone recommend airport hotel w/close access to transportation to downtown barcelona?

Re: airport hotel w/train access to BCN

by Belsaita

Near the airport there is basically nothing, why not staying in the city with easy access to the airport?
The city centre is just 30 min by train/bus/taxi to the airport.

Re: airport hotel w/train access to BCN

by me0302

We're spending 2 days at Parador Vic,and have to be at the airport early Tuesday morning.I thought if we dropped the car at the airport the day before our flight and stayed nearby, we could drop our bags at the hotel, drop the car, and head into BCN to play. I'd rather not have to find the car drop off before the flight, but instead hop on a hotel airport shuttle and be stress free. Does that make sense?

Re: airport hotel w/train access to BCN

by me0302

you are so lovely...thank you.

Re: airport hotel w/train access to BCN

by Miguelzgz

I think Pedmar gave good advice to you. Barcelona even being one of the biggest cities in Europe has very good connection with the airport. Every 10 minutes or se there is a train to downtown Barcelona, the ride is not expensive at all, and it just takes half an hour.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

What an amazing place!

by Sunshine64

No trip to Barcelona is complete without a visit to La Sagrada Familia. Construction began in 1882, and Gaudi replace the original architect in 1883. It's still under construction today, as the work can only be financed by donations! The fact that you are viewing a combination of 100+ year old construction with brand new construction makes visiting la Sagrada Familia amazing.

Take a walk in the city

by vec

When you are tired on all normal must see activities, it's always nice to take a walk in the city, and just explore the town as it is... without following the guide books. I can promise, it's still a good experience.

Talk to someone who knows!

by Jerelis

I guess we all agree on this on; there is nothing more exciting than going travelling - exploring another country, experiencing a different culture, travelling around in new ways, sampling the local cuisine and chatting to the local people for a different perspective on life.

However during our travels we learned that there is one certain thing that you should be aware of and prepared for to make sure that the trip is as easy and enjoyable as possible. We always try to see everything once we're there, but this is not always an act of responsible travelling. We always talk to the locals and we know that they have the information about just the right spots to visit and how to undertake them. It will not only enhance your experiences but also avoid any unnecessary hassles.

For us the travel tips we have written in this section made the most of our travel experience and we came home in the same happy, healthy state that we left.

Gaudi's last workplace

by berenices

When visiting Gaudi's greatest creation, La Sagrada Familia, the immensity and genius of this creation easily overwhelm the visitor, there is almost no place for anything after, and most people miss this almost nondescript area. But just off the Nativity facade is a small building housing the schoolrooms, a structure the Gaudi himself designed. Gaudi was not just an artist nonpareil, with his great skill also came a great heart. He built this building to house the classrooms where the children of the construction workers went to learn their ABCs.

The most interesting part of this place is a tiny section where Gaudi worked, essentially, his office. It is touching to see this place because they have left it intact, nothing has been moved, and it looks exactly as it did on the day the great man died. It even has his very simple lunch, tied up in a cloth, still hanging there. On his last years, Gaudi lived an ascetic lifestyle, dedicating his entire life now to the construction of the church, and one can see it here. The striking contrast of the flamboyance of his works, and the utter simple life he lived.

When in the church complex, there is no clear indications leading to this small section, so it can easily be missed, and it is pitiable. Because to appreciate the church fully, one has to know the man as he was, and this is the best way to see it.

MACBA (Barcelona Museum of...

by duasluas

MACBA (Barcelona Museum of Comtemporary Art) Is hidden inside The raval, a marvelous structure that keeps a decent colection and helds regular exhibitions and cultural events. This museum is part of a cultural complex that offers great cultural experiences on a regular matter.


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Address: Calle Diputacio, 142-148, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08015, Spain