NH Les Corts

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Travessera De Les Corts 292, Barcelona 08029
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 24% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good value, non-rushed Gaudi guided tour

by JohnnySpangles

Hi,
I have a couple of days in Barcelona (a weds and thurs) in late Jan...can anybody reccommend a good value guided tour of the Gaudi buildings...I'd prefer one that would take most of the day and would include the Parc Guell....would normally mooch around myself, but feeling lazy on this trip! Preferably no tourist rip-offs. Any ideas?
Regards
Johnny

Re: Good value, non-rushed Gaudi guided tour

by Doffcocker

Hi,

There is an option between a tour and mooching yourself, buy the 'Ruta del Modernisme' guide book (comes with map, vouchers, etc) then do it yourself, it includes other Modernist Architects as well.

http://www.rutadelmodernisme.com/default.aspx?idioma=en&contenido=body_queeslarutaen.htm

Re: Good value, non-rushed Gaudi guided tour

by backpacker1980

Hi Johnny,

for the Gaudi Tour you have got a couple of options:

The most comprehensive one for sure is the Gaudi Combo which is accompanied by a guide and lasts the whole day: http://www.barcelonaguidebureau.com/tours.php?idTour=15&tour=The-Gaudi-Combo-Offer

If you prefer to do a bit of exploring on your own, try the Barcelona Bus Turistic: www.barcelona-bus-turistic.com
The routes cover all Gaudi places in Barcelona, so you can check them out on your own. An audio guide on board gives you some background information as well.

Hope that helps,
Luke

Travel Tips for Barcelona

General Info

by Redang

Tourism Offices:

Checking this website www.bcn.es/turisme/castella/turisme, you will find some different offices spread throughout the city.

Some other websites about tourism in general:
www.bcn.es/turisme/castella/turisme/welcome.htm
www.publispain.com/viajes/barcelona
www.barcelonaturisme.com/?go=jN7uAYLx/oIJaWVQCb4ZU93ygJVYLOpRQdvyIue/wAW6DdhyhKl0Y8JybdczumN4RSbo3CdL/o8PAtfm2w==ç

Districts of Barcelona

by Raimix

Barcelona is not only the old town – city, but also it has more districts for a nice visit.

Firstly, Barcelona old town is a place with oldest treasures of city – Cathedral, Santa Maria del Mar church, Kings’ palace. Here is also Citadel park, where some time ago town’s citadel was built, also vibrant Rambla street.

Montjuic is a place on a hill with nice panorama views of city. Here is a green surrounding, but also nice architectural objects as Montjuic castle, National art museum, and Olympic stadium.

Eixample district is the most famous for Gaudi works – Sanctuary of holy Family, houses of Cassa Batllo, La Pedrera, and hospital of Sant Pau. This district mainly represents Barcelona architecture of 19 – 20 centuries.

Every picture of this tip presents different district.

Take Advantage of La Merce

by jhoolko

If you happen to be in Barcelona the last weekend in September (which you should arrange, if possible), you will be able to take part in the biggest party of the year, La Merce. The metro runs all night, the weekend's long, and every moment of it is packed with festivities like you've never seen. Make sure you take part in the fiery madness that happens all along Via Laietana the first night. Sparklers, fireworks, and just plain fire are swirled and sparkled all over the street to the beat of dozens of drumlines. And don't forget all the people dressed in devil costumes and the crazily obscene looking floats that also spew fire. Wear long sleeves, EVEN if it's hot. I made the mistake of wearing a sleeveless dress and I had little burns all over my arms. It's worth really getting in on the action, so cover up and dive in. And take lots of pictures.

Then jump on the all-night metro and head over to maresme forum for free HUGE concerts and maybe a ride on the huge ferris wheel. But don't forget the concerts inside the city at places like the catedral and the placa between MACBA and CCCB.

Then get home before the sun rises. You are going to need some sleep before you wake up to see the human towers in the morning in Placa St. Jaume and the like. They are amazing, no matter what you may think as you are lying in bed, dreading having to wake up and get back on the metro. But do it. It will be hot and bright and crowded, but you won't see anything like it for a while, and you'll hardly believe that people can and do do this when you do see it.

Scuba Diving in Brave Coast

by monica_pons

We are a group of friends that love scuba diving, we want to have fun.
If you are in Barcelona or Gerona and you want to dive with us you can check our web page or write me an e-mail. We try to organize travels and activities each week and courses if you want to learn.
If you have some questions we will try to help you.
There are people over the world.

Sushi the fish ;)

Santa Creu i Sant Pau Hospital

by SirRichard

Not all the modernist highlights in BCN are by Gaudi...

This modernist hospital, designated UNESCO monument in 1997 was designed by Domenech i Montaner.
Being a public hospital you can visit it for free, though there are guided tours too. It is a whole block of buildings, with some green areas in between.

In the main entrance, look up to the magnificient ceilings. Then you can admire the many pavillions with their fairy tale decorations, go inside, visit the tunnels net underground (used as a refugee in the Civil War) and have a coffee in its bar...

Metro: Hospital Sant Pau, Cartagena street exit.

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