Pension Segre

C/ Simon Oller, 1 Principal, Barcelona, 08001, Spain
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How to avoid (or at least avoid mayhem) the crowds at Parc Guell and La Sagrada Familia?

by suzy301

Is early morning best? How about later in the day? I am going in July, and know it will likely be crowded most of the time, but was hoping to find out the least crowded times of day to visit. Thank you!

Re: How to avoid (or at least avoid mayhem) the crowds at Parc Guell and La Sagrada Familia?

by crazyman2

I used to visit as a tourist and then I lived there on and off.

Go first thing in the morning to avoid the crowds. You'll need to check the opening times ----but there must be a website!

Have fun!

Re: How to avoid (or at least avoid mayhem) the crowds at Parc Guell and La Sagrada Familia?

by freland

probably at (S.F. - before ?) 9am
After June 201 P.G. access may be limited
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-492846-1-1-Travel-0-274654-Barcelona-discussion.html

A :)

Re: How to avoid (or at least avoid mayhem) the crowds at Parc Guell and La Sagrada Familia?

by Badger1492

I think with any popular attraction is is best to be there as early as possible;when it first opens, or earlier. Also, sometimes, going at lunch time or when most people would be eating is another good bet. This is Spain, so attractions might be closed in the middle of the day. So, check the times.

You might ask someone who is familiar with organized tours to find out the days and times that tour buses are less likely to be there.

Re: How to avoid (or at least avoid mayhem) the crowds at Parc Guell and La Sagrada Familia?

by Elisabcn

Parc Guell is very big so apart from the "dragon" or the "colourful benches" area is not very crowded (at least I don't remember it very crowded). Of course it will be better early in the morning or late in the afternoon.
Sagrada Familia . . . I think it's impossible to avoid the crowds! :-((((

Re: How to avoid (or at least avoid mayhem) the crowds at Parc Guell and La Sagrada Familia?

by CALSF

For La Sagrada Familia I suggest you don't bother going inside. There are some who say it's worthwhile, and others agree it's a waste of the 12 euro entrance fee. There is ongoing construction and scaffolding inside so you don't see anything like what's in the guidebooks. There is an additional 2.50 euro fee to use the elevator to go up. One hint if you do go up do find the relatively unknown elevator to go back down. Wished we had known about this beforehand because it was a very scary walk down the 400+ winding steps with no lighting.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Montjuic area

by call_me_rhia

Montjuic was the Jewish area of Barcelona: in the past it used to host a Jewish cemetary and a Jewish community - the name, in fact, means mountain of the jews. It starts more or less at Plaça d'Espanya Today Montjuic is a green 212 m high hill which has entetered the history of Barcelona as the site of 1992 Olympic Games. On top of some sports locations there are also interesting museums to visit (Joan Miro, National Archaelogical Museum, National Museum of Catalunyan Art, the Archeological Museum of catalunya).

The Rambla takes you directly...

by naranja

The Rambla takes you directly to the Port Vell(old port). Have a stroll over the pedestrian bridge, the Rambla de Mar, and you come to the yacht club, the Maremàgnum a new shopping center with shops, restaurants, a cinema and the largests aquarium in Europe.

WALKING THROUGH BARCELONA.....

by eden_teuling

You will see many of these wonderful little works of Art.

The idea came from Antoni Gaudi and he even went fo far that in the whole city of BARCELONA glass was gathered for these "pictures" in between white pieces of mosaic.

In fact everyone did his/her part to make places colourful and bright, especially the Spanish sun knows how to make them look like GEMS.

Enjoy them....

So high - Cristobal Colon

by klebsiella

I think the "Mirador de Cristóbal Colón" it's not a very famous monument in Barcelona, once I was there accidentally. But, in my opinion, in spite of the small (and oppressive) elevator, the 360º sightseeing on the top of the Mirador is great!
I don't know the prices (once I had Barcelona Card, who gives free access), but in my opinion it worths the visit

Bodega Miguel Torres.
I took a...

by acemj

Bodega Miguel Torres.
I took a train from Sants (Barcelona's main rail station) to Vilafranca. The bodega (winery) sent a driver to pick us up and gave us a VIP-style tour of their facilities. Of course, Rioja is Spain's more famous wine region, but this area, known as Penedes, makes some truly outstanding wines. The tour is free and includes wine tasting!

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