Hostal Sant Juan

Paseo San Joan 1, Barcelona, Spain
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Forum Posts

how can I get from Barcelona to Perpignan ( France)??

by astarotaa

Hello:)

My question is, just like in a titlle, How can I get from Barcelona to Perpignan in France in the simpliest and cheapest way??:)

Is it possible to reach Perpignan the same day? ( In the case I arrive to the airport Barcelona- Girona at 6 pm)

I'll be very pleased for some tips about trains, buses or anything else...

Thank you for your time fellows:)

Re: how can I get from Barcelona to Perpignan ( France)??

by leics

By far the easiest way is to get Frogbus direct from Girona airport (which is not Barcelona, by the way......it is 91km away) to Perpignan railway station.

http://www.frogbus.com/en/

There is a bus at 2000, which would suit you if you arrive at 1800.

Fare is 14 euro.

Re: how can I get from Barcelona to Perpignan ( France)??

by puerto_lover

If your question is about getting from Girona airport to Perpignan, which I think it is, then have a look at

http://www.frogbus.com/en/

Re: how can I get from Barcelona to Perpignan ( France)??

by astarotaa

Thank you for so fast and helpful information:)
Greetings from Poland:)

Travel Tips for Barcelona

You haven't lived until you ...

by dballgame

You haven't lived until you walk along the coastline of the Mediteranian as the rainbow of colors touch down on the beautiful blue water. The weather was outstanding. The people were wonderful. The atmosphere was relaxing and soothing. Of all of the places I have been, Barcelona is my personal favorite. For 4 days all we did was tour this outstanding city by foot. Every inch was as gorgeous as the inch before. If you are borderline about whether to go to Barcelona or somewhere else.....pick Barcelona, it's a lock! What I miss the most is there lifestyle. It is not out of the ordinary to find downtown closed for a few hours in the middle of the day...everyone takes a few hours to either siesta or have a fiesta. Nothing is rushed, these people value their time...which is exactly why they enjoy it. Ohhh, and the food, the food was as flavored as any I have tasted before. I went to a number of countries in Europe and Barcelona provided me with the best cuisine.

Gaudi's works

by jujub

Visit Gaudi's works in Barcelona. What a creative mind; it really makes you wonder what the hell was going through his mind as he created all those great places. So glad that most of his works are so well preserved! jamon serrano -- you have to eat it -- so good!!!!!

RACC

by DPando

This is where im working right now and some of my friends and collegues

I try to explain what is Racc ..First of all its a members club where we give assitance when they are steering around europe and mediterranean africa, healty assitance by a doctors staff and finally home assitance

We management their requests if they need a doctor , a crane, mechanics and so on

Archeology 1: Colums of Augustus' Temple

by Belsaita

You probably know that nowadays' Barcelona was Barcino during the Roman Empire times. It was not a big city, not so important as Tarraco (now Tarragona), the province's capital at the time. But still Barcino had a quite big Forum and a few impressive temples and civil buildings. Unfortunately, virtually all of this was destroyed over the centuries and new building replaced the Roman ones, Only a few archaeological remains are still there. If you like Roman history, don't forget to have a look at the columns of the temple of Augustus inside a house in carrer Paradis 11, and the Roman wheel embedded in the pavement on front of this house.

Nice vinyl and CDs

by edinburgher about Wah Wah Records

I can't be the first to recommend this place - it's a great collection of LPs and CDs, specialising I guess in 50s and 60s music from around the world. But it also has a lot of contemporary stuff - and a whole back room of dance music. The lovely lady who works there sometimes DJs in the city too.

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