Rambla Gothiko

Davinyo 39, Barcelona, 08002, Spain
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Cost of Taxi from Barcelona to Codorniu Winery?

by Ladyplus


Has anyone taken a taxi from Barcelona to the Codorniu Winery? If so, what was the approx. cost?

If you've taken an inexspensive guided tour from Barcelona and enjoyed the tour company, please let me know the company name and cost.


Re: Cost of Taxi from Barcelona to Codorniu Winery?

by frachal73

The Codorniu winery is about 40-45 km away from Bcn.
I don't think an official taxi fare exists. The risk of being scammed is quite high.
I would definitely take a tour, either private or sit-in-coach.
Suggestion for private tours: www.thewinecolours.com

Re: Cost of Taxi from Barcelona to Codorniu Winery?

by MaheshSamtani

If you have some time, you have an option of doing this route by train which departs from Barcelona Sants station. The train is the C4 and has a departure every hour ( http://horarios.renfe.es/cer/hjcer310.jsp ) the duration of the trip is of 42 minutes.The fair would be around 4 euros per person for a one way trip.
Once you are in Sant Sadurni, there is a possibility of a guided tour to Codorniu and some other places for just 5 Euros for during one hour. This service is offered by a web based travel agent -

The information on this site is in spanish, however I would be delighted to help you if you are intersted or for any translation.

Best regards

Re: Cost of Taxi from Barcelona to Codorniu Winery?

by Belsaita

The taxi from Barcelona will cost about 50€ each way if not more, so I guess as expensive or more than a guided tour

However is very easy (and fun) to do it on your own!!! As said above there are frequent and cheap trains, once in Sant Sadurni you can take the organized tours said above or take a local taxi to the wineries (it will be no more than 5-6 €). Once in the winery you will join other visitors for a guided tour so you don't need to be in an organized trip. You can also visit the Freixenet winery that's just next to the train station in Sant Sadurni, but the buildings in the Codorniu are a lot more beautiful.

Check the websites for more info and contact details for booking the visits:



Re: Cost of Taxi from Barcelona to Codorniu Winery?

by Ladyplus


you guys are the BEST!!!

Travel Tips for Barcelona

Visit Parc Güell - it is so...

by bumblebee

Visit Parc Güell - it is so beautiful! Take your time to walk around and look for the spiralled columns. Say hello to the little dragon on the first step near the entrance. Sitting outside a street cafe under a blue sky, having a coffe and enjoying the view of La Segrada Familia - in January!

About Tapas, Cafe' and drinks

by Danalia

While living in Spain, I've learned that the Spanish people do not drink to get drunk. The food is accompanied by the drink , and it's a social daily habit. A short glass of Anise goes good with the morning coffee, and to the last drink before sleep calls the "la panultima".
If you wish for a small beer - ask for Cania, and if you wish to a bottle - ask for Cerveza.

The Spanish cafe' is strong. Is different from a home made machine coffee or American coffee.
Cafe' solo is more similar to Espresso, Cafe' cortado is same but with little milk, and if you want more milk in your coffee then just ask for Cafe con leche (cafe with milk).

That's all my friends ! I hope...

by JaumeBCN

That's all my friends ! I hope you have enjoyed your virtual trip to Barcelona. If there is anything else you want to know, do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks for your visit and as we Catalan people say, 'A reveure' (See you soon').

Dali's Hometown

by viddra

If you like the works of Dali, or you're just curious about this great artist, you should definitely visit Dali's hometown and his museum at 5, Placa Gala-Salvador Dali.

Following the notices on the walls of the museum, you'll visit 22 rooms with the works of Dali, El Greco or Duchamp, the interesting court and the tomb of Salvador Dali.

Opening hours:
1 Oct-30 June: 10:30-18:00
1 July-30 Sept: 9:00-20:00
Closed on 1 Jan, 25 Dec and on Mon between 1 Oct and 30 June.

Shopping in Sants

by gasca

This is maybe off the beaten path, but is also quite typical from Barcelona. Sants street (beginning at Pza Espanya and ending in the town of Hospitalet) is one of the most crowded of the city. It's specially nice to see it on Christmas cos streets are adorned with color light bulbs and athmosphere is charming. This long street is called the "Shoes shop street" but there are plenty of clothes shops and other kind of shops. There are many coffes, ice cream's shops, restaurants, fast foods...

It's Europe's Longest Commercial Street. It's not specially expensive, some had said to be pretty cheap, at least cheaper than in the City center...


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