Hostal Barcelona Centro

ROGER DE LLURIA, 46, Barcelona, 08009, Spain
Hostal Barcelona Centro
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Forum Posts

barcelona fc visit

by lclaudio

Hi, can somebody tell if i can buy in advance tickets on-line to visit barça stadium......(interrogation)

thank's a lot

Re: barcelona fc visit

by ghosthunter

You probably can but you can also just turn up at the Nou Camp & pay on arrival. I've done it twice & haven't had to wait in line long at all.
www.spanish-fiestas.com/football/museum.htm

Re: barcelona fc visit

by Kakapo2

Best is directly with the club:

https://entrades.fcbarcelona.cat/web/en/entrades.html

Another possibility are such agencies:

http://www.footballticketsbarcelona.com/

Re: barcelona fc visit

by xinoxano

Definitely it is much better to buy the tickets at the stadium when you are there.

If it were an important match, it would be advisable to get the tickets well in advance but for a visit at the stadium there is no need to do it.

Re: barcelona fc visit

by lclaudio

thank's all replies, i bought today at the moment of visit....

Travel Tips for Barcelona

eixample area

by call_me_rhia

the area of Barcelona called eixample is a quarter that was built after 1859, when they tore down the city walls. This second Barcelona was carefully planned and structured by Ildefons Cerda i Sunyer and laid out as a grid. It's where most of the wonderful modernist buildings are located: Gaudì's houses (la pedrera, casa batlò), the sagrada familia, parc guell, but also, by other architects, casa amatler, casa de les punxes and the hospital san pau.

Don't ask locals for directions!

by doverox

Catalunyans are really friendly people, but they are horrible at giving directions. Asking a simple question such as, 'can you tell me where Cassanova street is', will merit a long drawn out answer that probably wont lead you to your destination. Go to an information center or consult a map instead.

Packing List

by Michael_D

THE RAMBLAS is Europe meets Spain.It has more in common with the Champs de Elysees than a sreet in Spain to me. Sidewalk cafes, flower vendors, leathergoods, purses, newspapers..its all here..along with sumptious oportunities to 'people watch'...just take up the Spanish habit,,,'Dar un Paseo'...make strolling the Ramblas a daily habit. I can still here the vendadore now...'Loteria,,todos son equales....Loteriiiiia,, todos son...' (its all a pleasant dream;-)

Palau Reial de Pedralbes

by Pieter11

The Palau Reial de Pedralbes used to be a residence of the royal families that stayed in Bercelona. It was built in 1924. The building has a strong southern exterior and a lovely garden around it. The gardens are designed by “Rubió i Tudurí” and the fountain in the front is made by Gaudi.

Since 1990 the palace is a ceramic museum with the largest collection of Spanish pots, from the 11th century up to modern pottery. Art made by Picasso and Miró are the most famous pieces in the museum.

Adres:
Avenida Diagonal 686
Barcelona
Metro: Line 3: Palau Reial

Opened:
tuesday - saturday: 10:00 - 18:00
sunday: 10:00 - 15:00

Entrance fee: €3,50

Italian clothes.

by Dizzyhead about Massimo Dutti.

This shop has more then one floor and it sells Italian clothes, both for females and males. I love this shop, and on my first trip i bought jeans from this brand but in another city. Now i bought another pair of trousers, and they were really nice. I like this kind of style. Italian clothes to a very good price. I promise you will love this shop. Make a visit and decide yourself. less then 50 euros.

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