Eurostars Parc Del Valles

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/ Artesans 2-8, (formerly Parc del Vallès Hotel ), Cerdanyola del Valles, Catalonia, 08290, Spain
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 63% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples47
  • Solo100
  • Business14

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Forum Posts

travelling to catalonia

by christinaw101

I have never been to catalonia before and would like to visit in july. I will fly in to barcelona, however i am not sure how to get to Catalonia. Are there trains which go there?...I know it is around 80km. could anyone give me any advice please???

Re: travelling to catalonia

by 64novpt

Excuse me for asking but is it Catalonia that you are looking for? Catalonia is a region of Spain, an autonomous community, of which Barcelona is the capital. Sorry if I misunderstood your question.

Re: travelling to catalonia

by mccalpin

Yes, please give us the name of the town in Catalunya that you want to visit. I don't know of a town called Catalonia...


Re: travelling to catalonia

by johnincornwall

Often I'm convinced these OPs cant be for real.

Re: travelling to catalonia

by tmpaca

You are from the US ?

Re: travelling to catalonia

by Belsaita

Is like you are flying to Houston and want to visit "Texas".... (just an example)

Re: travelling to catalonia

by christinaw101

What is an OP please?

Re: travelling to catalonia

by christinaw101

thankyou for that

Re: travelling to catalonia

by mccalpin

OP = Original Poster (i.e., you)

We use it as a shorthand because we often can't remember the name of the person we're answering (it doesn't show up on the Reply screen).

Any more info on Catalonia?


Travel Tips for Barcelona

Gaudi & Barcelona

by csordila

Antoni Gaudi was one of the greatest representatives of Spanish Art Nouveau.
He designed not only buildings, but the inner spaces of his houses, street lamps and furniture etc. as well.
His unmistakable style characterized as organic architecture, often used Moorish, Gothic and Baroque elements, combining them with fabulous solutions in a special way: mushroom hat roofs, face-shaped windows, colorful mosaics from broken ceramic tiles, amazing works of a talented mind.
He could have been considered even a madman if the aldermen of Barcelona would have been somewhat more conservative, but instead of that many big orders were provided to him fortunately.

His largest, still unfinished work is the Sagrada Familia cathedral, the last great work of Spanish Catholicism. Legend has it that the plans so complex and ambitious, that the building can not be finished. "My client is not in a hurry" - Gaudi joked when he was asked about the scheduled deadline. At the moment it thought to be ready for the centenary of his tragic death in 2026.
It is an amazing architectural wonder and many people think it will be one of the wonders of the world once complete.

One of Gaudi's several surreal buildings in Barcelona, the secessionist house Casa Battlo which can be found under 43 Passeig de Gracia has been built according to the plans of Gaudi and of Josep Maria Jujol between 1905-1907. The house standing in one of the most distinguished quarters of Barcelona was being made for a middle-class family originally.
Looking at Casa Battlo it seems as if the main aim of designers was not other, than to avoid straight lines completely.

By the way Passeig de Gracia is the most beautiful and most imposing avenue of Barcelona, the Champs-Elysé of the Catalan city. Stretching from Avenida Diagonal to Placa Catalunya the best shops, businesses, restaurants, cafes and apart from Gaudi buildings (Casa Milà, commonly known as La Pedrera at 92, Passeig de Gracia) also other fantastic modernistic creations can be found here.



by eden_teuling

It seems to me that Spaniards always want to give something, even the most practical and necessary things, a special, festive look.

Here in The Netherlands we don't have such sumptuous lanterns to light the streets....

I took this photo coming down from the Museu d'Art de Catalunya that stands high on the Montjuic..... Please, don't forget to visit my TRAVELOGUES, they are there for you to enjoy......

Just keep walking, honey....

by goingplaces

All up and down La Rambla, you will find street performers. I actually found some of them one day I saw Cleopatra, a bronze soldier, a dog dressed up like a clown, and and a kitten in a shopping cart. Okay, that last one went with a homeless guy, but seriously now....I kept pointing them out to my friend, but apparently the local thing to do is ignore them. Everyone just kept on walking by!

Barcelona FC

by luke850

You might be fed up of me raving about Barcelona FC, but i'm determined to make you watch them play! At the moment they are one of the most exciting teams in the world to watch, with superstars such as the Brazilian Ronaldinho and Dutch superstar Patrick Kluivert playing for them. You can usually get a ticket, due to the vast number of seats their stadium has. Go there!


by Maggies

PALAMOS is also a great party town. First you go to one of the bars just by the beach and afterwards - about 4 am - you go to the club... Just like Spanish people do that. And yes, then you sleep on the beach.


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