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Train journey HELP NEEDED!!

by kristieshaw

How do I get from Barcelona Airport to Port Vell by train?

I want to get from Aeroport station to Drassanes Station. Can anyone please help me find a easy route. :O)

Many thanks

Re: Train journey HELP NEEDED!!

by ranger49

From the airport take the aeroport blue bus to Placa catalunya in the centre of Barcelona - about 4 or 5 euros. Once there take the Metro (Greeen line No.3) to Drassanes. It is only a couple of stops - the one past Liceu, I think from memory.

Re: Train journey HELP NEEDED!!

by puerto_lover

The Barcelona Travel Planner is one of the best I have seen if you need some more information like maps.

Re: Train journey HELP NEEDED!!

by Belsaita

The cheapest and easiest route is taking the train from the airport to Sants, and there change to metro (Line 3- Green) to Drassanes.

Or, if you have some time, no luggage and don't mind walking... you can een take the train from the airport to Passeig de Gracia and walk down Passeig de Gracia, Plaça de Catalunya and Las Ramblas until Port Vell. It's a 20-25 min easy walk, seeing some of the main sights of the city on the way :)

(BTW, Drassanes is a metro station, not a train station)

If you plan to do use more public transport around Barcelona, you can use a T-10 (10 trips card) for this journey.

Re: Train journey HELP NEEDED!!

by daneryland

Port Vell, Barcelona´s oldest port has a variety of attractions, museums, restaurants and shops.
You can avail the facility of Barcelona metro system to reach Drassanes which is the nearest station to Port Vell. But if you do not know the city and travel with lots of luggage then renting a car is also better and convenient way to travel the city. There are many offerings as far as car rental services is concerne

Re: Train journey HELP NEEDED!!

by Belsaita

Interesting, first time I hear someone about a car being a "better and convenient way to travel the city", in Barcelona.... better and convenient for the rental company I guess.... ;-)

Re: Train journey HELP NEEDED!!

by Badger1492

I agree with Belsaita: renting a car is absolutely NOT the way to go. If you don't want to use bus/train/metro, then take a taxi, but don't rent a car for any travel inside the city.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Hop on hop off buses

by mani8kgm

Get on the hop on hop off bus. We took the Barcelona Tours service- which is the Orange bus, not the Bus Turistic which is the Blue bus. Both have two-day tickets but we found the Orange bus running a straight forward route. The blue buses run on three different, often overlapping, routes. To cut a long story short, it was a great way to explore the city. The best hop on hop off we tried by far! Spending hours taking pictures at Gaudi's La Pederara. What a lovely, lovely building.


Football club of...

by MellMell


Football club of Barcalona. The home of Barcalona football club. A great place for any fan of sport really. It was a great day out.
A tour of the museum, history all about the teams over the years and then a chance to go into the actual staduim itself! I loved it!

Festa Major de Gràcia

by gracienc

The neighborhood of Gracia in Barcelona holds its Festa Major from august 14th to 21st. Its a popular celebration where you have over 600 outdoors events, all of them for free. Over 1.000.000 people come to visit the Festa Major during those days. It will be a great chance to know the feast if you are in Barcelona during these days.

The main distinctive tarit from Gracia s Festa Major is the decoration of the streets. Every place groups in a neighbour commitee that prepares the ornaments all along the year. They choice a main subject and they work on the materials to be used, as woods, porexpan, cardboard or plastic... that will end up in real masterpieces.

There are events and activities everyday on each of the 23 streets. There are special activities for children (children garmes, light refreshments taken in the afternoonn, ). Nightime is for popular dinners and dancing. You can dance with orchestras, enjoy jazz concerts or havaneres auditions among other activities, in any of the decorated streets.

Kayaking in the Ebre

by Peret

Two and half hours from Barcelona, you can go kayaking in teh Ebre river. There's severals trips. I know one of three hours (favorable running) in which you go deep inside of the mediterranean forest. Really great sight, of the landsecape and the villages close to the river. There's another that take place in the full moon nigths of the August really great. If you like kayaking, no doubt. The people of "Natura i Aventura" in Sant Carles de la Ràpita are very friendly and respecting the nature.

Ancient Roman Aqueduct near the Cathedral

by dlytle

In Barcelona there really is not much left of the old roman structures from the 1st to the 4th centuries AD. Typically there are just bits of walls and towers. You can find one of the more interesting of these roman ruins off Carrer (Street) Duran i Bas where there are three arches worked into a wall. These are particularly old and are the last supports of the aqueduct that brought fresh water into roman Barcino.

What is shown in this picture is a reconstruction of one of the aqueducts that carried water into the city around the 1st century AD. Here also you can see one of the original lateral passages for pedestrians and two semi-circular towers that defended a gate that is no longer in existence.

There is an explanatory marker across the street from these ruins that provide some detail about what you are seeing.


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