Eurostars Angli

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Angli 60, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08017, Spain
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
31%
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Very Good
40%
31
Average
19%
15
Poor
5%
4
Terrible
2%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples78
  • Solo87
  • Business50

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Getting a van in Spain - 6 month stay only

by DagonD

What would be the best option for us to get a van to use for travel within Spain? We're only planning to stay for 6 months and will be renting an apartment.
I know you have to have an address of residency to buy a car. We want to get something used and understand the paper work involved, but don't know if this will even be possible. Would renting make more sense?
Thanks.

Re: Getting a van in Spain - 6 month stay only

by Beausoleil

First, you don't state your citizenship but I'm wondering if you need a Schengen Visa to stay for 6 months in Spain. Have you checked that? http://www.immihelp.com/visas/schengenvisa/

We use the Peugeot lease program and I highly recommend it. I think 6 months is the limit although am not sure of that. There is a 21 day minimum. It is fully insured, 24-hour roadside assistance. You can pick them up in Spain but we always get ours in France and return it to France to save foreign drop-off charges. You could get yours in either Perpignan or Toulouse. We've used Toulouse and they are very nice there although they have been great everyplace we've picked up our car. In the US you can call (800) 572-9655 or you can always visit the web page at http://www.autofrance.net/

We've also used the same Peugeot Open Europe Plan from Auto Europe at http://www.autoeurope.com

Good luck. I hope you hear from someone who visits Spain regularly. We just go down on day trips from southern France.

Re: Getting a van in Spain - 6 month stay only

by DagonD

Thank you very much!!
I'm a Canadian citizen. We're going to apply for the youth mobility visas but they only give out 350 a year. So we'll go for 6 months without them anyway, if we aren't able to get them.

Re: Getting a van in Spain - 6 month stay only

by xymmot

You can follow what is posted or lease a van. Prices varied, but a month to month lease can be cheaper I suspect at 500 € a month. I rented a car in Spain from SIXT and it was 150€ a week, large Peugnot, with 1,000 km on it but the car drank gas and I spend more money on gas than the rental. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Getting a van in Spain - 6 month stay only

by Beausoleil

Is there some reason you need a van? We've found the smallest car possible is easier to deal with when considering narrow European village streets, tiny parking places and very high fuel costs. Just a thought?

Re: Getting a van in Spain - 6 month stay only

by Belsaita

<< I'm a Canadian citizen. We're going to apply for the youth mobility visas but they only give out 350 a year. So we'll go for 6 months without them anyway, if we aren't able to get them. >>

So, are you saying you plan to travel for 6 months in any case, even if this means overstaying your tourist visa? Please clarify.

I don't think any reputable company would lease a car to anyone who's planing on overstay. And in any case no insurance company would cover you from the moment you stay illegally in the country.

As well, as said above, why a van? Are you thinking on sleeping on it? If so, be well informed about where you can/can't do it. In many places even if it's allowed, it's not really advisable.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Via Nomada

by jorgejuansanchez

This is a good travel agency that specializes in organizing individual trips to the most remote places in the world, and at very good prices!
(I bought them an economic ticket to Pitcairn Island in an interior cabin in a cruise in February 2006).
They can also arrange you the visas to any country in the world because the travel agency is at the same time the Consulate of Mongolia. The director is a great traveller and has been in the most exotic and hard reaching places of the world, such as Bhutan, North Korea, Iraq, Robinson Crusoe Island, Socotora Island, the North Pole in a Russian icebreaker… etc. That is why he will give you first hand advice. (I went to Iraq at a very good price in the year 2003 thanks to their travel arrangements).
They speak several foreign languages.

www.via-nomada.com
info@via-nomada.com
Tf 93 4237887
Calle Rocafort 29, bajos B as above

Enjoy Catalan Art noveau or...

by zumodemango

Enjoy Catalan Art noveau or Modernisme. Why don't you buy the Gaudi pass for all the modernistic buldings? You can go walking or by bike. Sagrada Familia is the famous one but ALL are mythical and unreal! I recommend that the visit star in Palau Güell, where you can get the tickets for all Modernisme buildings. Palau de la Musica Catalana ,don't miss Casa Batlló, Casa Amatller and Casa LLeó Morera. La Pedrera, Casa de les Puntxes. Finally, Parc Güell, quite crowded so leave it for the end. Visit the Olimpic Villa, listen to the sea, nice drink in Plaça Reial, enjoy El Born shops and bars, admire gotic churches and buildins in Barri Gotic, visit Museu Picasso and MACBA. I went to BCN in 1989 first time, since then i love it! at the beggining I thought it was a grey city(it was all in construction because of the Olimpics Games)it was in winter and it was cloudy and wet. After seeing the city, I thought it was open and nice , organize and different. Lots of cultural activities and always Gaudi. then in Madrid, I started to learn Catalan!

Importance of the Sea to Tourism

by seamandrew

The Mediterranean is not only key to the industrial and commercial success of Barcelona, but for a city that depends heavily on tourism, the sea ports provide the perfect place for cruise ships from all over to dock. This allows for the influx of thousands of day trippers into the Barclona' s shops, restaurants, and sites.

An added benefit is that whenever you wish to take a cruise of the Mediterranean, you can look for cruises that include Barcelona if you ever wished to go back and visit again (or for the first time).

Can you make out the name on the boat? Look just above the sailboat, below the red smoke-stack. Yes!!! It's the famous Queen Mary 2. We saw it just a week before this picture was taken in New York City! How surprised where we to find it here!

FC Barcelona souvenirs

by tessy

You can buy souvenirs of FC Barcelona inside the stadion, there is a big big shop and you can get there the tricots of your favourite player. Outside there are two little tables where you can also buy scarfs, flags and other little stuff, not only of the Barcelona team.

(photo:dani in the Nou Camp...

by gonoszmano

(photo:dani in the Nou Camp Stadium) One of the most famous Stadium in the World is the Nou Camp, the home of FC Barcelona.It can admit 98.000 spectators! Try to go to a match.It's much more interesting than visit an empty stadium.Also worth to see the Barca Museum.It's in the Stadium.
VIVA VALENCIA! VIVA VALENCIA!

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Address: Angli 60, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08017, Spain