Junior Sunotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Avenida Sarria 9, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08029, Spain
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One day trip from Barcelona to Figures and Girona

by carmele

Where and how can I find a one day organized tour to Figures and Girona from Barcelona for next Tuesday July 20th? How much does it cost?

Re: One day trip from Barcelona to Figures and Girona

by john1010

From Barcelona airport,you can take the airport bus to Plaza cataluna,then you can take the metro from there to ARC DE TRIMF where has bus to GIRONA.

Re: One day trip from Barcelona to Figures and Girona

by Doffcocker

The train to Girona continues on to Figueres, so you can choose whether you go to Girona and then on to Figueres and directly back to Barcelona, or to start in Figueres and call in at Girona on the way back, personally I think that although Figueres is a perfectly pleasant town, the only remarkable thing about it is the Salvador Dali Theatre Museum, which is truly remarkable but if you are not a fan of Salvador Dali you may be better spending your valuable time elsewhere. Girona has a beautiful historic centre which is easily accessible on foot from the train station.

There is one train an hour until late afternoon (although there are two extra ones at 7.53 & 8.45), the trains go from either Sants or Passeig de Gracia stations. There is a return train in every hour but not at regular times. The journey times (and price) vary depending on the type of train but it is about 1.30 minutes to Girona and a further 30 minutes to Figueres. Actual times and prices here:


Re: One day trip from Barcelona to Figures and Girona

by Badger1492

I agree: get off the tour bus and make your own way. The train service from Barcelona is good and frequent. My advice is to arrive at the Dali Museum early, preferably before opening. There's not a whole lot else to see in Figueres (although there are a few good restaurants for lunch). You could head back to Girona and return to Barcelona later that day.

Travel Tips for Barcelona


by listenandlearn

Three ways get to Parc Güell: When friends, guests or just any tourists enquiring how to get to Parc Güell, we advise them to catch the bus 24 (direction: Carmel). From, Plaça Catalunya, Diagonal or at Plaça Lesseps. The bus drops you in front of the Parc Güell, the grand entranceway. Should you choose to climb up-take the metro L3 get off at Vallcarca-exit Hospital Militar. Most tourists books directions given is getting off at metro Lesseps, which is twice or more walking up hill.
Parc Güell
End of xixth Count Güell bought a large rural estate-the idea of developing it along the lines of the garden cities. To undertake this work he employed the architect Antonio Gaudi. The project was given a cool reception by the public in year 1941 work was brought to a halt when some of the building work on shared facilities had already been carried out. Its bench of broken tile work, the pillared hall, which was intended to house the market . Finished way the system of pathways, abt. 3 KM in all, featuring viaducts, steps and small walls. In 1922 six years after the death of Eusebi Güell, BCN Council bought the estate to make it a public park. In 1984 Unesco declared the Park Güell who left here the stamp of his great imagination and an obscure symbolism, which even today is difficult to make sense of. The roll of nature seems to be a minor one but in fact the architect was extremely careful to orchestrate an effective balance between the green of nature and the colour of his stonework. The view of the viaduct crowned with palm trees and covered by thickets and climbing plants is a good example of this combination between nature and architecture. The architect respected the already established flora of the site, which in our days is a wood when carob trees, oaks and holm oaks thrive amidst thick undergrowth. There are also some more recently planted trees.
Expect at least 2-3 hours enjoying Parc Güell.
marieinspain@yahoo.com Most tourist will agree with us, few of the best memories they have of Barcelona would be the (1) The Sunny Weather we have
(most of all year round).
(2) The famous market "Boquería.
(3) The Costal Beaches we have.
(4) Spanish Food and reasonable
prices of food in restaurants.
(5) Wonderful works of Antonio Gaüdi
and many other famous artists.

Hit the beaches! There was a...

by Jimmytravel

Hit the beaches! There was a huge clean-up before the 1992 Olympics, so the water quality is said to be quite good. I never actually sat my feet on any of these beaches, there wasn't enough time and the weather wasn't that good. The picture was taken when I was the other me, SuperJimmy...


by parsix

Well then, the other 30 sec there was an ad for watches. So it was one for perfums and one for watches. Is this all we have to sell?

Apparently so, I quote an article in the International Herald Tribune published the first week of January:

"This holiday season, some consumers parted with more than $10,000 for a timepiece, and they were joined by plenty for whom a $1,000 watch was the gift to give."

The best spot to view the city

by springreen

On the 9th floor of the big shopping centre at Catalunya, there is a restaurant, a cafe and a self service canteen. From there you can have an amazing bird eye's view of the city, take in many beautiful architectures.

I had a choc cream cake - it was too sweet for me though...

very popular with locals at lunch time, and the window seats are taken most of the time. Avoid weekend.

Wine tours (3 - El Garraf)

by Belsaita

El Garraf area is less know than El Penedés, but it has excellent wines and cavas.

- by train:
take the C2 line from Sants or Passeig de Gracia stations to Vilanova I La Geltrú. It takes 45-55 minutes depending on the kind of train. The town of Sitges is the previous stop on the same line.

- by car : you can take the C-32 highway (toll about 5 euros) or the toll-free C-31 (but be aware it's a really twisted road, very scenic but bordering high cliffs over the sea, I love it but it can be scary fo some, or very slow depending on the traffic)

Once in Vilanova i la Geltru you can visit the Jaume Serra winery at El Padruell, the only winery in Spain from where one can enjoy a view of the Mediterranean. More info here:
Jaume Serra

The town has a other interesting sights apart from wineries, I'm trying to build my Vilanova VT page, but there is still lots to add there, do not hesitate to email me if you like more info.

Visiting both Sitges and Vilanova can make a very interesting daytrip. However, plan carefully, as each one has much to offer and can fill a whole day.


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 Junior Sunotel

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Address: Avenida Sarria 9, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08029, Spain