Hotel Everest

Trav. de Gracia 441, Barcelona, 08025, Spain
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travel from barcelona to nice

by salmbach

hi all, could anyone give my wife and I some advice on the easiest/cheapest way to get from Barcelona to nice. We are in Barcelona at the present time and would like to be on the move in a couple of days.

thanks for any help. great traveling to you all, greg

Re: travel from barcelona to nice

by grandmaR

The first time I was in Barcelona, I wanted to get to Nice, and I went by train. I had to make a transfer somewhere - don't remember where because this was some time ago (1964) and actually I ended up in Marseilles. But I think train between Barcelona and Nice would be possible. This website:

http://gospain.about.com/od/barcelona/qt/to_Nice.htm

says that there are frequent flights from Barcelona to Nice. They are usually cheaper than the train, bus or car. And then it gives information.

Re: travel from barcelona to nice

by leics

Flights could be cheaper, but not if one wishes to travel in a couple of days. Fares in Europe are cheapest if booked well in advance....there are no last-minute cheap fares.

www.skyscanner.net will give you cheapest fares for your dates. For 30th October, www.vueling.com offers the cheapest fare at 110 euro.....but check hold baggage limits.

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

will give you train times and details in English. It's a journey of 10+ hours, with at least one change.

For fares you would have to look at the Spanish railway site. http://www.renfe.es You need to use the Spanish version, I think. But as you are already in Barcelona it would be easiest to just go into the station and ask.

You can find bus information through the Eurolines portal:

http://www.eurolines.com/map_spain.html

There are daily (well, evening/overnight) buses to Nice, taking a very long time....8-12 hours or so. One-way fare for 30th is from 77 euro

Re: travel from barcelona to nice

by puerto_lover

I am sure that there is a daily train called CATALAN TALGO from Barcelona de Franca station leaving at 08.45 running via GIRONA, FIGUERES, PORTBOU,CERBERE,PERPIGNAN,NARBONNE,BEZIERS and reaching MONTPELLIER at 13.22
That's 4 hrs 37 mins.
Then at Montpellier you could take a train to Nice at 14.16 reaching Nice at 18.25 according to www.voyages-sncf.com.
Not sure about the overall cost but think the cost from Barcelona to Montpellier will be around €50 and Montpellier to Nice about the same.
Maybe similar to the flight available for this week ?

Re: travel from barcelona to nice

by Mozumbus

As leics mentioned above, Vueling seems to be a good option in 110 euros (which is actually 120 euros now) given that you need to move in couple of days, this will save you a lot of time and hassle. As for trains, you have to have one change in order to switch from Spanish to French railway system. And many people don't like long journeys with buses.

If you have access luggage than better book an extra bag while purchasing your ticket, which you may purchase at Vueling's owen website (recommended) www.vueling.com.

Have a great trip...

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Stunnning Sagrada!

by TracyG

I know everyone probably goes here anyway, but do spend some of the day at La Sagrada Familia, you really won't regret it. Joining in with one of the street entertainers, and making a complete fool of myself !!!!!

ARAGON PYRENEES - JACA...

by davidcross

ARAGON PYRENEES - JACA AREA
Get train from Huesca to Canfranc and bus on into France. It used to mean getting or taking some francs into Spain - I am quite pro-Euro myself! Last part of the journey is nothing wonderful but for about 2 thirds of the way through France it's glorious scenery. See also Mustsees, transport and accommodation. In this area travelling by bus from (H)echo to Anso after a mighty storm with the last qurater hour of sunlight breaking through at the top.
(Photo - 9th Century monastery at Siresia above Hecho (or Echo) and just before the Pyrenees proper)

For posting those postcards...

by SusanneBeck

For posting those postcards home, look out for the yellow postboxes spread around the city. You can buy stamps to send letters in any tobacconist's ('estanco'), in some hotels or in post offices.
Podéis adquirir los sellos para enviar una carta en cualquier estanco (donde se vende el tabaco), en algunos hoteles o en la misma oficina de correos. Luego se puede tirar en cualquiera de los buzones amarillos distribuidos por toda la ciudad.

Hospital de San Pau

by ana.gsm

it's near famous Sagrada Familia...just ask for it or check the BCN map(or exit at L5-blue line, at Hospital de San Pau station...easy to find..and gorgeus)....this is an old hospital, acctualy, more like a campus, with a lots of beautifull buildings...and there's a church inside the complex...beautiful one.(photo is from it's roof:) )...hospital is now protected by UNESCO...one more thing: Gaudi died here after the tram run over him....

Saffron and spices

by elainecox about Speciality Shops

My mother begged me to bring her some saffron home with us, as it is so much cheaper in spain. We found a little spice shop in Placa Reial, down some stairs, that was really good, and sold all sorts of spices, as well as having a little coffee shop too, and it was nice and cheap. The people didn't speak too good English, but we asked for what we wanted, and we were shown the way with little fuss,and managed to buy exactly the quantity we wanted for a good price. We paid abut €6 for 2 grams-which was a really good price. They sell more at discounted prices.

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 Hotel Everest

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Address: Trav. de Gracia 441, Barcelona, 08025, Spain