Ibis Barcelona Fira Cornella

Calle Albert Einstein 53-55, Cornella de Llobregat, Catalonia, 08940, Spain

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    Hotel with a Homey Feel

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    It's quite far from the city centre so we always took a cab to and from this hotel. However, the staff is very kind and friendly. The food is fine, nothing special.

    Unique Quality: It's right next to the stadium so if you're a football fan, you would love this place.

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online shopping La Pedrera gift shop?

by rondor

We recently visited La Pedrera and liked several of the jewelry items in the gift shop. We left without buying any, regretfully. Are any of these objects available online to purchase from the US?

Thanks,
RH

Re: online shopping La Pedrera gift shop?

by Belsaita

The gift shop at La Pedrera belongs to the company Laie: http://www.laie.es/
Their website is in Catalan/Spanish only and they do not seem to have any jewelery that can be purchased online.

Not sure these are the same, but you can buy Gaudi-inspired jewelery here: http://www.joyasgaudi.com/en/products.html

Hope you find there what you want... or maybe you should better plan another trip to Barcelona? ;-)

Re: online shopping La Pedrera gift shop?

by dr.gdelgado

Hi!
I don't Know any online shoping La Pedrera, but I understand you perfectly!! I stayed in New York and I found some specials Crocs in the Disney Store, but i finally came to Spain without buy them. :(

I live in Barcelona, if you have any picture of what you want to buy and you remember the price i can sent it to you.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

A Royal Square!

by blint

Placa Reial in Catalan
Plaza Real in Spanish
Royal Square in English

Whatever language you use to name it, it is a beautiful and elegant square great for just having a rest, getting something to drink or eating in one of the restaurants in the vicinity. This is defiantly one of my favourite Squares in the city. I remember my first night in Barcelona we went to a restaurant in the square and that is where I sampled my first Crema Catalana (Catalan Cream) pudding which is one of the most traditional desserts from the region. It also comes in alcoholic drink form mind! It is very sweet but has a nice flavour to it! You must try both the pudding and the drink if you come here! Don't get the pre packaged Crema Catalana pudding though as it is not the same as a home made or at least restaurant chef made one!

L'Eixample

by sue_stone

Located north of Placa Catalunya, L'Eixample is the city's commercial and economic heart. It is also home to some very fabulous modernista architecture, most of which is located on or near to the elegant Passeig de Gracia.

The main attraction in the area (and possibly in the city itself) is the stunning Gaudi designed basilica, La Sagrada Familia. This immense church is still under construction after more than 100 years! You can take a look inside and see the builders at work.

Another Gaudi designed building is La Pedrera or Casa Mila. If you have the time it is worth a look inside - make sure you pay a visit to the roof to see the giant chimney pots. Close by, you may see the pointed turrets of the Casa de les Punxes, or perhaps the intriguing fa├žade of Casa Comalat. The latter was designed by Salvador Valeri and Gaudi's influence is evident. Just off Passeig de Gracia check out the bizarre looking Fundacio Antoni Tapies, which is a modernista building with what looks like a pile of barbed-wire on its roof. The building is filled with the art of Antoni Tapies, who is known for his experimental works.

Back on Passeig de Gracia, you have three modernista gems all in a row. Casa Batllo is a Gaudi designed residential building - a fabulous place to visit, with probably the most expensive admission charge in town.

Next you have Casa Amatller, which was designed by Puig I Cadafalch. It has Gothic windows and an unusual stepped gable roof. Pop inside the foyer to see the beautiful stained glass ceiling above the stairs.

Last building on the same block is the Casa Lleo Morera which was built in 1905, designed by Domenech I Montaner. It has lots of small, columned balconies on its face, with a domed tower on top.

Tapas Dishes Worth Trying

by Susanna1975

My favourite catalunian tapas dishes: pa amb tomaquet (catalunian bread with tomatoes and garlic oil), tortilla (omelette), patatas bravas (potatoes with spicy sauce), flan (creme caramel) and crema catalana (creme brulee)

Estadi Olimpic de Montjuic + museum

by call_me_rhia

This is for football fans who also like to combine some sightseeing together with their football matches. The Estadi Olimpic de Montjuic is now the home of the Barcelona Dragons - if you feel like watching a match - but before it was the venue for the opening and closing ceremonies and the track and field competition for the 1992 Olympics.
For some sports-related culture you can visit the Olympic museum and gallery under the south-east corner of the stadium anything blue and white - the colours of the Barcelona Dragons

Find a viewpoint

by tompt

If you are luckely you can go to the roof of your hotel and have a view like this.
In the middle is the cathedral and left from the cathedral further away you can see the towers of the Sagrada Familia.

Ofcourse you can also go up the tower of the Sagadra Familia to get a view, or take the gondola up the Mont Juich. Tibidabo offers a great view too.

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 Ibis Barcelona Fira Cornella

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Ibis Cornella De Llobregat
Ibis Barcelona Cornella Hotel Cornella De Llobregat

Address: Calle Albert Einstein 53-55, Cornella de Llobregat, Catalonia, 08940, Spain