Hostal els Angels

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

47 Carrer Villarroel, Barcelona, 08011, Spain
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  • Solo100
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Forum Posts

Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by 9tigers

I could not find even in its own web site whether to visit inside is free or not I just know it closes at 2:30

Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by travelgourmet

Yes, it is free admission to the Parc Guell. It is open from 10 am until sunset. Admission to the Casa-Museu Gaudí is 4E and it is open 10 am to 6 pm. I have a tip on my Barcelona pages, see web page: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/736c8/430de/
For the Parc Guell home page see website:
http://www.barcelona.de/en/barcelona-parc-guell.html

Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by GrumpyDiver

It's a public park that just happens to have some of Gaudi's work. Admission was free when we visited.

Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by freland

Palau G. (palace) partial visit (it's just the patio and basement, I think) is free
as most of the building is under renovation
http://www.palauguell.cat/fitxa.php?idm=15&idsm=0&idioma=Eng



btw Park G - the city council decided to charge for the entrance
sometime next year

Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by 9tigers

oh no that is when we will be going

Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by travelgourmet

Freland is right. Sorry but I misread Palau as Parc. The Palau is located at Nou de la Rambla, 3-5 and the Parc is at Carrer d'Olot 7, quite a distance apart.

Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by Badger1492

I realize this thread is about Palau Guell, but...

...they're going to start charging for Parc Guell? This is an outrage! I guess nothing is free any more.

But a bit of nostalgia creeps in on me. I used to live in the Coll/Vallcarca neighborhood on the back side of Parc Guell. I often walked through the small woods on the back to get to the front and visit friends over there or stop for a drink at the bar on the upper plaza. Since there are so many entrances to the park and a lot of locals use it for transit from one area to another, I find it hard to imagine how they are going to control it and charge an entry fee.

This opens up a whole debate: is tourism a good thing? Is there a point when it crosses over to a bad thing and affects or inhibits the lives of the locals?

Discuss.

CORRECTION

by freland

I'm sorry I caused the confusion
Park Guell access stil will be FREE,
but limited for tourists.
It was a plan I understood wrong in TV news (with 2 other persons!)
today I read in a newspaper it is about reducing to 50% the number of visitors but without charging.

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Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by Badger1492

OK. I'm curious; gotta ask: how are they going to reduce the number of visitors by 50% without charging?

Re: Palau Guell is the visit inside free

by freland

Badger,
...?
please see new post (to minimaze off topic Park G <> Palau G )
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-492846-1-1-Travel-0-0-Barcelona-discussion.html
(I hope VT does not erase it)

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Travel Tips for Barcelona

Visit Park Guell. This was...

by Alan34

Visit Park Guell. This was built between 1900 and 1914 by Antoni Gaudi and reflects his very unusual style. I've never seen anything like it. I enjoyed the nightlife. Things just get started around 10 or 11 PM. This is a metropolitan city and anything you might want is available.

Sagrada Familia (holly Church)

by DPando

Over 100 years under construction !! ..Gaudi was the former builder and once he died other architect take over the mission to finnish it..but its seems a prank!! or a business because i guess after i will die the building will not being finnished !!
Gaudi has an iron believe in God (thats the reason of the building) and it was more or less as Bush ..in every sentence spoke by him the word God was in it ... but a tram cut his life when he already was very old

Panellets (Sweet potato chocolates)

by Danalia

500 grounded almonds
400g sugar
200g potatoes
1 lemon, untreated
1 egg

Cook and peel the potatoes. Push them through a ricer and let the mass cool down.
Mix the almonds, sugar and potatoes and knead to a mass.
Rub the lemon zest and add. Stir everything well.

Form the mass into 2-3 cm thick balls and roll them in the egg.
Bake the Panellets in the oven at about 170 C, until they are golden in colour
Tip: The Panelletes can also be rolled in crunched peanuts, powdered with sugar or decorated with candied fruits.

Montserrat

by Cool-123

There are some shops, restaurants, museum, church, etc. You can find the accommodation too. Besides, you can choose the Sant Joan Funicular or Santa Cova funicular to get to the hiking route. I took the Sant Joan Funicular and walked 2 easy walking path with a view of the whole mountain range.

How to get there:
Take the Monsterat-Manresa line from the FGC Pl. Espanya station and alight at the Montserrat-Aeri station, where you should then take the cable car that climbs up the mountain of Monsterrat.

Vendors

by fairy_dust

There are a lot of street vendors on Las Ramblas, as well as newsstands where you can buy postcards, magazines, etc. Pretty much anything that street vendors typically sell - postcards, souvenirs, toys, flowers, etc.

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