Hotel Pirineos

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Avinguda Salvador Dali, 68, Figueras, Catalonia, 17600, Spain

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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 42% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families80
  • Couples94
  • Solo80
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Going solo

by NateDawg2010

Hey, is anyone who speaks English in Barca between 29th Sept 10 - 06 October 10?? I'm travelling alone but am looking to hook up with some cool people to party with.

Nathan

Re: Going solo

by Belsaita

Barca is a small town inland Spain or a boat... so not many English speakers there (sorry, this is my pet-peeve: Barça is the football team only, never to be used to name a city where not everybody cares about football... ;-))

However, Barcelona has no 'low-season' anymore so do not worry, it will be PLENTY of English speaking people. Not knowing your age or what you find "cool" is not easy to advice, but head to La Ovella Negra or the Travel Bar. It will be actually more difficult to find Spanish or Catalan speaking costumers there. Sure people there can point you to other "cool" places.

By the way, if you have any chance to change your travel dates, visit Barcelona the week before and join La Mercè festival. You will not regret.

Re: Going solo

by durbanyace

Definitely head over to Barcelona. Probably not many English-speaking people in Barca.

Jennifer Sydney Lazarus

Re: Going solo

by gilescorey

ha hahahaha....

Nathan, if you are staying at a hostel, it will be full of English speakers. Also, there are tons of "pub crawls" which is not my cup of tea, but they do drunk and stumbles through the Barri Gotic. One is the "Bananas" crawl, which I think is easy to find on the web. That seems to be one of the most popular. Most of the "guides" are Brits.

GC

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Art Ticket

by gotodd

The Art Ticket, which can be purchased for 17 euros (as of March 2005), is excellent value for money. Almost every major European city has something similar and in every case that I've seen, they are well worth the investment. We aren't particularly into the tourist trappings of most cities but some things warrant a look. The Art Ticket will save you about 50% on entry to the Miro, the Pedrera, and four other museums that are are worth your time in Barcelona. We'd skip (in fact, we did) La Familia and any number of silly side venues. I was pleasantly surprised by the six sights served by the Art Ticket. Love the Miro for a number of reasons: it's compact, the art is well-spaced, it never seems overrun, it's fantastically silly to talk with each other about what the heck you see and it has a nice cafe...and he's a local boy. That's what visiting and vacations are all about.

Bets to See and Experience

by Klod5

Barcelona is one of the most beautiful, exciting vacation destinations in all the world, and the best part about it is, no matter how long you stay there, you'll always be able to find something new to see and experience. Having lived in this city for a little over a month, I have compiled a list of some of my favorite destinations. Some are well known, while others are a bit off the beaten track. While I highly recommend these choices, my number one piece of advice for travelers to Barcelona is to seek out your own favorites to add to the list !

Festa Mayor de...

by jhoolko

Take advantage of some of the regional festivals that go on inside different areas of the city. The Festa Mayor is most notable in Gracia in mid-August, but there are also some other ones that happen a bit later, such as this one in Barceloneta, that make for a festive and enjoyable outing. Check out bcn.com for upcoming festivals.

Day trip to Blanes

by angiebabe

Lovely train ride north along the coast - 3/4 of the trip has sand and water views - takes about an hour from Barcelona to Blanes.

Lovely white beach at Blanes. Numerous eateries along the road that runs along the beach - fish restaurants, pizzerias etc. The highlight for me was the Botanic gardens up on the hill the far end of Blanes beach. Fairly frequent buses leave from Blanes train station which is a bit of a hike outside Blanes, then another bus from where it drops you off in the centre - you will see the beach and know that you are in the centre - a yellow open sided bus with Botanic garden markings all over it leave about half hourly - about 3 euro return - though the walk back down would be nice.

The Comubus Monument elevator

by Joacim

Inside the Columbus Monument at Plaça de la Porta de Pau (at the end of La Rambla) there is a small elevator in which you can take a ride up to the top of the monument. The view is spectacular and it is really wirth a trip up the elevator.

However if you suffer from claustrophobia I think you should not take this ride. It is small and narrow.

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Address: Avinguda Salvador Dali, 68, Figueras, Catalonia, 17600, Spain