Hotel Arumi

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Gerona, Spain

by cpmdave

How do I get from Barcelona to Gerona?
How do I get Back to Barcelona?
I am a total stranger and don't know my way around either city, so I need specific instructions.
Thank you for any help.
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Re: Gerona, Spain

by unaS

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Re: Gerona, Spain

by puerto_lover

if you are transiting between Girona Airport and Barcelona then the airport web site says this:

Ryanair Buses that link Girona-Costa Brava Airport with Barcelona (Estación del Norte, next to the Arco de Triunfo).

Journey duration:1 hour and 10 minutes.
Timetable: According to flight schedule.You can consult the departure and arrival times, as well as fares, on the Barcelona Bus web site.
Information telephone: 902 361 550

The Barcelona Bus web site is:

http://www.barcelonabus.com/

The bus costs €12 single or €21 return and leaves from Estacio del Nord in Barcelona.

If you open Google Maps copy and paste these coordinates into the search and you will see the bus station Estacio del Nord.

41°23'38"N 2°10'55"E

Re: Gerona, Spain

by ramot418

If to Girona Airport, then take the bus from the north bus station in Barcelona (Estacion De Autobuses Del Norte, near the Arc de Triomf).

If going to the town of Girona, then take the train from either Sants (the main train station) or the Passeig de Gracia station (those are the 2 centrally located stations on the line. There are others further out).

Did both of them about 6 months ago.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

A Walk along Las Ramblas

by lolitajane

Walk down Las Ramblas, the CatalonianChamps Elysees There are plenty of shops where you can buy gifts for your friends & family. Don't forget to pay a visit to Parc Guell, where Gaudi´s Museum is I went to Barcelona with my boyfriend to see his favourite band, Pearl Jam,
Walking down Barcelona's narrow streets is an unforgettable experience...

Cinema in Original Language

by mmurie

There are several cinemas where one can see movies in their original language. For exemple:

- Yelmo Cineplex Icaria, in the Centre de la Vila Mall, Salvador Espriu street, n 61. Next to the beach, metro Ciutadella Vila Olimpica. I reccommend you this one, which has 15 screens, so you can choose among many more movies. Phone: 902.22.09.22 www.yelmocineplex.com

- Verdi Cinemas, at Verdi street, n 32. Metro stop Fontana. Phone: 93.238.79.90 www.cines-verdi.com

- Renoir Les Corts, Eugeni d'Ors street, n 12. Phone: 93.490.55.10

- Renoir Floridablanca, Floridablanca street n 135. Phone: 93.426.33.37

- Malda, Pi street n 5. Phone 93.317.85.29

- Filmoteca de Catalunya. Av Sarria n 33. Phone: 93.410.75.90

Normally, the cheapest day is monday.

The Catalan flag

by acemj

The Catalan flag, representing the northeast region of Spain, has only officially been recognized as an autonomous symbol since 1979. The people of Barcelona are fiercely proud of their unique Catalan culture and if you talk to locals, it won't take long to discover the natural rivalry that exists between Barcelona and Madrid (New Yorkers and Los Angelinos will understand).

Watchtowers Parc de l'Espanya Industral

by grandmaR

Just south of the Estació Sants, a large railway station, is a park which was established in 1985 on the site of Vapor Nou, a former textile factory. The local name for the factory was L'Espanya Industrial. This area was under construction when we were there. The modern design is by the Bask architect Luis Pena Ganchegui. This park includes a grand entryway of oversized white steps and fountains (which we did not see as it was still too cold) which lead down from street level to a large area of ponds, waterways, lawn, play areas, and modern sculptures. Nine large light towers (Watchtowers or lighthouses) are at the top of the steps. Housing projects surround this park.

The most prominent sculpture is 'The Dragon Without Saint George' by Andrés Nagel. The large structure in cast iron depicts a slain dragon coming out of the lake with outstretched wings and lowered head and tail. The sculpture also functions as a slide for children.

Find Almost Anything That You Need

by cwest03 about El Corte Ingles

You will find El Corte Ingles in all of the bigger Cities in Spain. In Barcelona alone there are 4 locations. I visited the location at Pl. de Catalunya at the head of Las Rambles.

The grocery section of all El Corte Ingles stores can be found in the basement. This is a great place to go if you're looking to pick up some groceries for a picnic, need to grab a quick bottle of water or soda or just want to have a look around to see what they eat in Spain. You'll find everything that you need at reasonable prices here.

Head upstairs to the ground floor and in most The grocery section of all El Corte Ingles stores you will find gifts, souvenirs, jewelry, perfume and sometimes toiletries.

On to the first floor (second floor for those in the US) and above you will find clothes for men and women, sporting goods, luggage, a travel agent, etc... This place has everything and is very convenient. You can buy just about anything that you need at El Corte Ingles from groceries to clothing, from luggage to airplane tickets and from Antonio Bandaras cologne to a snow globe with a bull in it. Prices at El Corte Ingles are very reasonable. I prefer to go here to stock up on water for the day as the prices are much less expensive. For example, you might pay up to 1 Euro for a small bottle of water in a random shop in a tourist area. At El Corte Ingles you can pick up a large bottle for about .40 Euro.

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