El Palauet Living Barcelona

Passeig De Gracia, De 113, Barcelona, 08008, Spain
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Barcelona port to BCN airport

by luppsmith

Will disembark from cruise ship early morning on May 28, spending night at airport hotel for early morning departure the next day. Thinking best place to store luggage for the day will be at our airport hotel and then return to Barcelona to do on/off bus tour, taking aero bus back to airport hotel. What is best way to get to airport from port with 3 people, 3 large bags? Thanks.

Re: Barcelona port to BCN airport

by cgf

as you'll leave the following morning from airport, the best thing is to take all luggage to your airport hotel. If I remember weel no public direct service between port and airport (BCN) in Barcellona, from the port there is a litte walk to do.

Re: Barcelona port to BCN airport

by cgf

remember well.
a little walk to do before aerobus or train.

Re: Barcelona port to BCN airport

by luppsmith

Thank you. I think we will take a taxi to the airport hotel and public transport back into Barcelona.

Re: Barcelona port to BCN airport

by cgf

quite few info here
http://www.barcelona-tourist-guide.com/en/transport/barcelona-cruise-port.html

Re: Barcelona port to BCN airport

by Belsaita

I do agree... as you will be carrying luggage, and given that connection by public transport from port to airport is not so easy, taking a taxi to your hotel will be the easiest option. You can use the Aerobus later, without luggage. I guess your hotel offers shuttles to the actual airport terminals, from where the Aerobus departs

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Antoni Gaudi's work is all...

by zizquark

Antoni Gaudi's work is all over Barcelona. He was an Architect, artist , craftsman and So much moe. Here his work, The Sagrada Familia. a wonrous church can be seen. He died in a streetcar accident before it was ever finishe. Construction is continually going on to complete the Masterpiece. Other artisans became involved and they are completing the church in a more modern way. You see the contrast of stles and it ismind bogglind as to all the creativity present here.

Way of life

by clairegeordio

I found in Barcelona that the whole day seems to be moved forward compared to England.
Lunch time here is 12-1.30pm usually, however in Barcelona it is more likely at 3-4pm (for locals anyway). Evening meals in England are taken usually anytime between 5-7.30pm, and in Barcelona, no one usuallly eats out until 9.30pm at the very earliest!

Packing List

by SusanneBeck

FOREIGN CURRENCY:The Euro is now used in Barcelona. However if you don't take Euros with you, you can exchange cash or travellers cheques at any bank or exchange office. Rates are not fixed and vary from one place to another. Banks usually take commission. The exchange offices don't, but the rate is often not so good. In some offices, you can get a better deal on exchanging large amounts of money. Savings banks only open from Monday to Friday in the morning and Thursday afternoons. Banks also open on Saturdays. The exchange offices are found mainly in the centre of the city (The Rambla), at the airport and at the railway stations. Their opening hours vary, but some remain open till late, including weekends. If you're desperate, you can also exchange money at hotels, although most likely at a poorer rate.
En Barcelona, se usa ahora el Euro, pero si no tiene Euros, en cualquier banco u oficina de cambio podréis cambiar en pocos minutos dinero en efectivo o cheques de viaje. Los tipos de cambio no son fijos y varían en cada punto. Los bancos suelen cobrar una comisión. Las oficinas de cambio no lo hacen, pero el tipo es a veces menos favorable. En algunas oficinas, se puede negociar un mejor trato al cambiar cantidades importantes. Las cajas de ahorro abren sólo de lunes a viernes por la mañana y los bancos abren también los sábados. Las oficinas de cambio se encuentran principalmente en el centro (La Rambla), en el aeropuerto y estaciones de tren. Los horarios difieren pero algunos están abiertos hasta tarde, incluyendo fines de semana. En caso de necesidad también se puede cambiar en los hoteles, aunque probablemente a un tipo de cambio inferior.

Palm trees

by SirRichard

This is something I liked of BCN. You can find palm trees in the most unexpected places and corners. And this trees give the city a defined mediterranean flavour, a certain exotic touch.
This places are like urban oasis in a way...

Avinguda del Portal de l'Angel

by Maggies about Shoes / Clothes

This pedestrian street is full of popular spanish shops. Amongst them few Zara shops, Massimo Dutti and Mango. There are also few shoe shops here and another El Corte Ingles, with library, music and IT department.

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