Gabriel la Rambla

Pasaje Escudellers, 7, Barcelona, 08002, Spain
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How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres

by chrismicallef6

How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres? And from where can i get time schedules please?

Re: How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres

by rkearns

Re: How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres

by GyuriFT

The price should be between 7 and 8 Euro if you use LOCAL train.

The RENFE site does not list out every train - they want to sell you premium trains (on a random day I see only two). However, there are countless Interregio and Regional trains.

The tariff (unfortunately in Hungarian) is here:

The schedule on that sheet is outdated (the prices most likely NOT!). To see the current schedule look at the HAFAS database, the front-end is the German rail:

There are indeed COUNTLESS trains... nicely "reduced" to only two on RENFE web site. :-(
(and coincidently these two have inflated price)

Re: How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres

by GyuriFT

OK, correction - the tariff I was given is international (the way it is being sold from abroad), since I am not in Spain. The Spanish domestic per-km tariff on regional trains is a bit more expensive, I see prices being 9.40 Euro or on some few regional trains 12.80.

The schedules on German rail are correct.

The correct direct link is (in Spanish only).

Sorry, my first info was not 100% correct regarding prices.

Re: How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres

by Doffcocker

Hi, I just checked the RENFE site (the link given in the last post is the correct one) and it lists 20 trains a day. The Regional trains take around 2 hrs 15 mins and cost 9.40€, MD trains take around 1h 50 and cost 12.80€, Estrella takes around 2 h and costs 17.30€, TALGO takes around 1h 40 and costs 20€,

Re: How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres

by Belsaita

yes, the Renfe website gives all the possibilities, but as usual the website is a mess and it does not seem to work in English now!

go to
in 'Consulta de horarios' select Barcelona(*) and Figueres from the drop off menus and click on 'Buscar'

You can't book your seats in advance for regional and media-distancia trains.

Re: How much would cost a train from Barcelona to Figueres

by chrismicallef6

thanks alot for all your help :)

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Time well spent

by marisa81

Plaza Catalunya is great. Situated at the beginning of Las Ramblas, there a huge fountain in the middle of all the craziness in Barcelona. It is a great place to eat your lunch and just people watch.

Casa Batllo

by LanaFromRiga

Passeig de Garcia, 43, tel. 93 488 06 6, open hours: Monday-Sunday 9.00 – 14.00
This house A.Gaudi built in 1904-1906 to manufacturer D.Batllo-y-Casanovas. The roof looks like dragon, which is downcast by St.George’s sword. Saint George (San Jordi) is the protector of Barcelona. Gaudi works are always look magical.


by xinoxano

11th September is Catalonia's National Day.
From the following link from the Wikipedia you can get information about it

Apart from institutional acts and demonstrations there are also concerts.

It will be a good opportunity to know where you are, as many tourists who visit Barcelona are absolutely unaware of the fact that they are in Catalonia and how different it is from the rest of Spain.

Montjuic Cemetey ( Cementerio del Sudoeste )

by poztraveler

On the port side of Montjuic you will find the Cemetery of Montjuic, known previously as Cementerio del Sudoeste. If you want to see a wonderful collection of family crypts and funeral sculptures, this is a must stop. While the lower part of the hill contains the best of lot, the upper reaches contain high-rise like blocks of burial spaces, all made in the identical style.

One of the largest cemetery that I have had the good fortune of visiting, both in terms of the number of graves and the number of fine sculptures. I would rank it in the same calabur as Pere Lachaise in Paris.

Opened in 1883, the cemetery contains works by some of Barcelona's well-known Catalan art nouveau architects such as Puig I Cadafalch or Julio Maria Fossas. There is a mixiof art nouveau, Neoclassic, Neogothic, Byzantine and Egyptian styled crypts.

The cemetery office may have available a map of the best examples, and there is a small sign with a map on the way uphill from the office that shows you where to look and gives details on the sculptor/architect. One guide estimates that 150,000 of the graves have some art or historical interest.

Located at C/Mare de Deu del Port, 54-58
08038 BARCELONA and reachable via Bus 38 along the waterfront. The cemetery is large enough to have its own bus line #637 that operates on holidays.

If you want to go out in style, look for the eviction notices posted on some of the crypts. Like many European cemeteries, if you don't pay the rent, they toss you out and resell the space. It's your chance to get a Modernist designed resting place for eternity.

In the Northwest corner of the cemetery is a six square kilometers large area, the earlier place for mass graves. The former quarry was converted after 1986 into a memorial place for the victims of the civil war and also contains several other memorials including a Holocaust memorial..

Do you like electronic music?...

by gasca

Do you like electronic music? SONAR is for you!

Sonar is a three days festival of electronic and experimental music, with a lot of DJ performances and multimedia shows.

It is not only a night festival but a meeting point by day for all artists who want to show their works.

It's celebrated on June. More info on


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