Feel Good Plaza Real Apartments

Nou De Zurbano, 6, Barri Gotic, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona, Spain
Feel Good Plaza Real Apartments
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Sitges to Costa Brava

by rahulkav

Dear All,

I am planning a day trip from Sitges to Costa Brava. Would certainly love to see some scenic villages/town/sea shore. One of the destinations seems to be Tossa De Mar. Could you please let me know if sucha day trip is possible. Are there any day trips from Sitges to Costa Brava? Are there any other recommended places/villages with breathtaking scenery.

How easy it is to rent a car in Sitges itself.

Regards,
R

Re: Sitges to Costa Brava

by Belsaita

Never rented a car in Sitges but I'd say it will be as easy as anywhere else. A quick Google search "Sitges rental car" gives many entries... :)

Definitely rent a car, doing it in a day with public transport means taking a train/bus to Barcelona and then a bus to Tossa. 2 buses plus the waiting times will kill most of your day.

If you drive, the coast from Sitges to Barcelona is already pretty scenic (if you don't take the highway but the coastal road C-31). You can stop at the house of Gaudi that's now a restaurant near Garraf, and Garraf is a nice fishermen village.

But in you case you must probably better take the highway and drive quicker up North using the C-32, by-pass Barcelona using the Ronda de Dalt and continue the AP-7 direction to Girona/France, until around Maçanet where you should leave the highway to Tossa. Then, you can continue by the coastal road up to Palamós, or until you get tired....

However, the most breathtaking scenery is even up North (L'Escala, Castellò d'Ampúries, Cadaqués...) but I'm afraid you need at least an overnight for these

Re: Sitges to Costa Brava

by rahulkav

Thanks a lot for your detail reply. I will search car rentals in sitges.only problem is I drive automatic car so that might be an issue.

I will see if there are day tours from Barcelona which cover some part of Costa Brava as well. Also do you have any 1 day cruises recommended from BArcelona or Sitges in Mediterrian.

regards.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Gaudi

by tompt

Read something about Gaudi. Because in the entire city you will see his work. And it is nice to know something about it before you are stunned by the beautifull shapes and colors.
Gaudi was an architect who lived from 1852-1926, he designed several buildings and artwoks in Barcelona. Some famous ones being: Sagadra Familia, Parc Guell, Palau Guell, Casa Batlló, La Pedrera

Inside the Casa Mila

by LanaFromRiga

In the start of 20th century in this building were living rooms, the part of rooms were rented. Now here is Caixa Catalunya (bank) and the museum of Gaudi. One of flats made like the museum of modernism time's lifestyle. Very interesting museum of Gaudi. The exhibition of 20th century's lifestyle is amazing.

The inhabitants of Barcelona...

by Jillworld

The inhabitants of Barcelona consider themselves very separate from the rest of Spain. They are Catalans (please correct me if I am wrong) and the area is called Catalonia. I believe the language is even slightly different from the rest of Spain. Anyhow, best not to lump the people of Barcelona in with all Spaniards, as this may ruffle some feathers.

bull fighting stadium

by bryINpoland

this is one of the 2 old bull fighting stadiums off of Gran Via Corts Catalanes.

bull fighting has actually been banned in barcelona but u can learn all about its history at the bullfighting museum Plaza de Toros Monumental. the museum is located on the corner of Gran Via Corts Catalanes and marina.

they are open 7 days a week. mon-sat. 11am til 2pm and sundays 11am til 1am. it cost 4 euros to enter.

this old stadium in my picture is located off Gran Via Corts Catalanes and tarragona. caty to the main entrance to the national art museum of catalunya.

*please feel free to rate this tip, or any of my other tips. i am always looking to improve them. thanks...

A new and innovative souvenir shop

by barcelona01 about Wawas Barcelona

Wawas takes a truly new and innovative spin on the typical souvenir shop. The store features its own line of postcards, magnets, mugs and trays all of which are of artistic images of a Barcelona we see every day but hardly ever stop to look at. In collaboration with Xocoa, one of the most renowned chocolatiers in the city, Wawas´ Barcelona Bombons offer the perfect combination of chocolate and art, and is a delicious snack or souvenir. The brand is an elegant and original alternative to the traditional city souvenir.
Additionally, Wawas offers the best tourist guides of the city, and a selection of products and gifts designed, made, and marketed by the best designers and creators in Barcelona. The esthetic of the shop is one which unites all aspects of the everyday Barcelona, from the mid-morning coffee, to the afternoon paella on the beach, to the eclectic architecture for which the city is known.
Located in the Ribera neighborhood, close to the Picasso Museum and Mercado de Santa Caterina, an authentic paradise for the world-traveler expert, this shop is rapidly becoming a must-see for visitors and locals alike. Images of the city in all forms - postcards, mugs, chocolate bars; Gaudi souvenirs; local Catalan products 1-10 euros for souvenirs, including postcards, buttons, magnets, and more; more money for larger items like cookbooks and messenger bags

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Address: Nou De Zurbano, 6, Barri Gotic, Ciutat Vella, Barcelona, Spain