Medium Prisma

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Josep Tarradellas 119-121, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08029, Spain
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Barcelona - London by coach/bus

by arantha

Hello, does anyone know which coach company runs from Barcelona to London? Eurolines doesn't.

Re: Barcelona - London by coach/bus

by leics

Using I have found a service from London to Barcelona but it won't let me book a journey in the opposite direction (it can't find 'Barcelona'). I wonder if this is a website glitch? It would be nonsensical if one-way journeys were only allowed in one direction, for clearly coaches cannot return half-empty!

It might be an idea to either email or phone Eurolines to find out. Contact info here:

Alternatively, go to Paris and change there for the bus to London.

Barcelona>Paris bus times, info and booking:

Paris >London bus times etc:

Re: Barcelona - London by coach/bus

by KakapoTheParrot

We did Malaga to London with Alsa when "the" volcano struck. That went via Madrid, so you'd have to change bus but Alsa certainly would do it with one change.

Re: Barcelona - London by coach/bus

by puerto_lover

The EUROLINES network is made up of various coach companies and in UK it is National Express who also own ALSA in Spain. Perhaps if you need to know the schedule and the route then use the UK site to look for a return ticket inserting a few days before your proposed return date. You can then get an idea of the timings and route. Some buses for example will go via Lyon and then you change. or perhaps Lille. So not necessarily through Paris - just depends on the schedules.
Getting a ticket may be best via National Express in UK assuming you are in UK otherwise at your nearest agent for EUROLINES. I suppose that if you found the route, i.e Barcelona to Lyon then Lyon to London then you could look at the pricing shown on each of the national Eurolines web sites (.es for Spain and .fr for France) but this is not really the answer.
The contact address for Eurolines Barcelona is:

Estación Autobuses de Sants.
C/ Viriato, s/n.
Tel. +34 934 904 000 / Fax. +34 934 904 312

Estación Autobuses del Norte
C/ Ali Bei, 80 local 25-26
Tel.+34 932 650 788 / Fax +34 932 321 092

Re: Barcelona - London by coach/bus

by cgf

are you afraid about planes? by plane it could be not only faster, also cheaper.
check from Barcelona (Girona) to Stansted, Luton and Gatwick.
also if the matter is heavy luggage, you might consider to send what you really do not need for the moment by mail and you won't spend a lot.
Once I had a lot of book, I did not want to carry either, so I sent them by post, I did not wait too much to have them.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

FUN barcelona

by vivacolombia

If you're travelling alone, i would definitly recommend barcelona especially in spring/summer where the sun will be up and shining and the beach close by!!!

Barcelona is interesting (try to stop by the museum Dali in Figueras) and its night life spectacular. Spanish people are really friendly and it will be easy for you to meet new people Walking around Las Ramblas

Flea-markets are a great...

by SusanneBeck

Flea-markets are a great experience, and yes I have to confess that when I first visited one, I did expect to see lots of glass boxes with flees running around inside doing special tricks! But in my defence, I was quite young at the time!! Flea markets, in case you don't know, are a collection of stalls selling all kinds of old and new things. You really should try and visit one. It's surprising how good they are. There's a flea market in Plaça de las Glories Catalanes on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8am to 7pm. There's also another good one outside the Mercat de San Antoni. It has the same hours and days as the first market mentioned.


by xinoxano

I am from Barcelona. My native language is Spanish but I have made Catalan my first language and the one I use in daily converstation.

If you learn a bit of our history, you will see how a miracle it is that a language spoken by about 8 million people in 4 different states (parts of Spain, Andorra, a small part ofFrance and one town in Sardinia, Italy) is still alive despite all the century-long and brutal attempts to make Catalan disappear.

We are proud of keeping Catalan alive and of the fact that at least in Catalonia it is now an official language. And that does not deter us from speaking fluent Spanish and other languages. For example, I can speak English, French, German, Italian and Portuguese, but my main language is Catalan and I will always defend it.

Camp Nou

by Peret

"Camp Nou" (New field in catalan) is a great architectonical structure, worth to visit. There is also the museum of barça, for football lovers. I think is the second visited museum of Barcelona.
Also, in Camp Nou plays once or twice every year the national catalan time, that you can see in the photo, in the match against Brasil.
El Camp Nou és una gran estructura arquitectònica que val la pena visitar. S'hi troba el museu del barça, per amants el futbol. Crec que és el segon museu més visitat de Barcelona.
Al Camp Nou hi juga un o dos cops a l'any la selecció catalana, que podeu veure en la foto, en el partit contra Brasil.

Day Trip to Olat

by atufft

A metro train can be taken as far as Olat, and this small town is quite pleasant to wander round. There is a tree shaded walk or ramblas traverses the center of town, where the traditional Catalan dance is often seen. There is a church with a clock tower and some interesting old houses. The country that surrounds Olat appears simply bucolic at first but around Olot is the volcanic landscape of the Garrotxa area. The largest crater is the Crater de Santa Margarida, northwest of the town, which has a diameter of 350m/380yd.
Besides train, it's also possible to get to Olat by rental car, which of course, would better help explore the volcanoes, but also as Olat is also on the highway leading to Andorra from Barcelona.


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Address: Josep Tarradellas 119-121, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08029, Spain