Playafels Hotel Castelldefels

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

C/ Playa Ribera San Pedro, 1-9 08860 Castelldefel
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Barcelona Card

by autumn918

Hi fellow VTs,

Is it worthwhile to get the Barcelona Card?
If not, any other cheaper options for transportation & entrane to museums?


Re: Barcelona Card

by Maurizioago

I'd suggest to use the hop on/off bus; or bus turistic in Barcelona. These buses stop near all the main sights and you will be given a leaflet with lots of discounts vouchers to several museums, attractions, cafes and restaurants in the city.

Re: Barcelona Card

by planxty

Admittedly, it is a few years since I visited Barcelona but I found the card very useful as you don't have to worry about individual tickets for transport which may confuse the visitor. I found it worthwhile purely for that peace of mind.

Re: Barcelona Card

by qzaman

We were in Barcelona from Sep 12 till Sep 16 this year

I would recommend to buy a travel card not Barcelona card.
A 5 day travel card is Euro 24.10 and you can use it for
all 3 means of transport (Metro, Bus, Tram) unlimited.
You can buy it at the airport tourist office and can even
use it to go by train from airport to the city.

you can get a bus touristic map from the tourist office.
then use the regular bus map to mark the bus touristic stops
and then use your travel card to visit those places at leisure.

This way you dont pay more than 33 euro and have to cram
the entire trip in 1 or 2 days.

Travel Tips for Barcelona

A medieval feeling

by Alex_71

Just walk on the Barro gotico.It's full of small streets(totally different from the big ramblas),and think how it'd be during medieval.All the architecture remember it,and you can notice,great masterpieces,or very interesting shops just walking.It ever seems different.After a while you can stop in a bar(it's full of them) and just relax watching people walking.You can find also original things made of silk or other funny things in shops

Raval specialty shops
You can...

by duasluas

Raval specialty shops
You can find great bookstores, music stores and specialty stores all around the Raval area, You should try them instead of going to all those well-known commercial venues in the city.

Trifasico!!! yahoo!

by irisbe

On our first evening Rudy was suggested to take a Trifasico, that is coffee, milk, rum and sugar.
It was marvelous!
So next day after a nice trip to Parc Guell and when we descended the stairs all the way down... our dear friend Marie (Marikitt) was waiting for us!
She had called previously that she was enjoying the chocolats we brought for her and Antonio and she was joking she would wait for us when we finished the parc visit... well I thought she was joking, but no! she was serious! :-)
and what a happy surprise to see her again!
And now we could meet Antonio as well!
You can see a picture of our meeting in the travelogues Meeting with friends.
We ended up in a coffeebar with the map spread all over the table and Antonion and Marie giving us directions how to go to the Magical Fountains... and yes! I ordered a Trifasico too!
It was mmmmmmmMMMMM! 1-)
and so we had a second one!
It was so filling we decided we were not hungry anymore and just skipped dinner that evening!

Rudy took 2 pics of the glass. The first without a flash and all came out so brown, the second with the flash and it looked better.
But what a marvelous toy Photo shop is! I managed to make the spoiled picture looking even better then the 2nd one `-)


Something different...

by tino_world

The logo of the centennial includes all the basic elements of the symbolism of the club (shield and colors) concocted in a visual and synthetic manner. The one-hundred years of the club's existence are easily identified with the numbers 1899-1999, but are also more symbologically identified with the presence of 100 spears in the interior and exterior of the logo therein.
This magnificent poster by Tàpies (catalan artist) has things very clear: colors, forms, and symbols are intertwined to form a grandiose concept of design. The 'B' of 'Barça' and the city of Barcelona and the centennial's years. A phrase on the center of the poster that is accompanied by symbols. The boot and the cross. The cross represents te opression suffered by the catalan people. The colors of the club which are blue and red. All these colors, forms and symbols make this poster by Tàpies a true work of art.
Joan Gamper is the man who founded F.C.Barcelona on November 29, 1899. In Spain, football (soccer) entered through Huelva where british workers taught the curious sport to their fellow workmates. In 1878, the growing number of supporters created the Huelva Recreation Club, which played it's first matches against the crews of british merchant ships. In Barcelona, football was born in the town of Sant Gervasi de Cassoles, where Gamper lived. He was a swiss man that regularly played football matches in his house with other patriots. Scottish and Englishmen also gathered and the rest is history!

Climb the Mountain...

by maxovna

Climb the Mountain MONTSERRAT , another symbol of Catalonia - it's a fantastic view! It is a unique natural environment and a religious centre. Montserrat is home to the SACTUARY OF OUR LADY and the BENEDICTINE monastery , which has, for almost 1000 years, served all the pilgrims and visitors who come to this unusual mountain. Come up to the image of Our Lady of Montserrat , popularly known as 'dark woman' due to the dark colour of her face. If you put your right hand on the apple she is holding - any wish will come true. For more information: 08199 Montserrat, Espagne; tel: 34 3 835 02 01, fax: 34 835 06 59


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