Rambla's Home

64 Rambla Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
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Ground transportation trade offs from air port to central city, then next day to cruise ship

by jsburg

Need ground transportation recommendations for two, arriving Barcelona air port, with four pieces of heavy luggage, staying at HCC Montblanc Hotel on Via Laientana 61 and departing on cruise ship the following afternoon. Walking is OK if the pavement is smooth enough for luggage wheels, but distance may be up to 3 KM. Considering either taxi or train to near by plaza, but could this open us to local thieves?
Thank you. jsb

Re: Ground transportation trade offs from air port to central city, then next day to cruise ship

by Badger1492

Don't worry about thieves taking the taxi or train. They are not worse there than anywhere else. Just use the usual precautions and you'll OK.

Depending on how far you want to walk with luggage, I suggest you take the Aerobus or the Airport train to Plaza Catalunya then walk from there to your hotel. Your hotel is only 1.5 large blocks from Pl. Catalunya. If you can't manage your luggage walking that far then you could take a cab, but it is a very short distance. You can see it on Google Maps.

The Aerobus might be better because then you won't have to carry the luggage up and down the steps.

Let me know if you need anything else.

Re: Ground transportation trade offs from air port to central city, then next day to cruise ship

by Badger1492

Btw, the distance from Pl. Catalunya to your hotel is about 400m, not 3km. It is on regular city sidewalks.

Re: Ground transportation trade offs from air port to central city, then next day to cruise ship

by jsburg

Thank you very much for your reply. The longer distance that I'm also concerned about is walking from hotel to cruise ship the next day. Is there one route to the dock that is smoother and free of construction destruction or other hazards than another? I presume the dock is "Moll 18A or 18B Barcelona," but I'm not sure of that yet.

Thank you again for your help.
jsb

Re: Ground transportation trade offs from air port to central city, then next day to cruise ship

by bazsi79

The ferry port seems to be a bit far away, especially with luggage.

Probably you should consider taking underground line L3 from Catalunya to Drassanes (2 stops), or buses 14 or 59 along Ramblas from Catalunya to the port (3 or 4 stops).

You can check line maps and timetables here:
http://www.tmb.cat/en_US/barcelona/moute/planols/planols.jsp

Travel Tips for Barcelona

It was great visiting...

by Luis_Alberto

It was great visiting Barcelona, just a few months prior to the Olympic Games of 1992. I love the 'Ramblas', and that will be the first place, I would take first time visitors to this great city. Artistic, talented and full of energy, the people of Barcelona. Those were my impressions of this city. The difference atmosphere of Barcelona when compared to Madrid is amazing. Just a real beautiful place.

La familia Sagrada

by jujub

I visited La familia sagrada church, which is still incomplete. The time i went it still had cranes and scaffolds all over the place, but i managed to get some great pictures. For this picture, i asked a construction worker (a little smile and friendly waving does no harm to no one) to take it for me, cuz the blue light coming in was just that beautiful. climb on those towers; make sure you have comfy shoes!!

Emergencies

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Useful telephone numbers

Medical emergencies 061
General emergencies 112
Fire service 080
Guàrdia Urbana (local police) 092
Mossos d'Esquadra (Catalan police force) Emergencies and traffic accidents 088
Policía Nacional 091
Guardia Civil police force 062
Hospital General de la Vall d'Hebron 93 274 61 00
Hospital Clínic i Provincial 93 227 54 00
Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau 93 291 91 91
Hospital del Mar 93 248 30 00
93 248 33 35/34
Hospital Sant Joan de Deu 93 253 21 00
Duty Magistrates Courts (24-hours) 93 567 31 40
Funeral Services 902 076 902
Social help centre (24-hours) 900 703 030
Office for Non-Discrimination 93 304 31 18
Telegrams by telephone 93 322 20 00
Taxis (Audiotex telephone) Catalan: 93 481 00 85
Spanish: 93 481 10 85
Special taxis for people with reduced mobility 93 420 80 88
Veterinary surgeons (24-hours) 93 205 31 16
608 89 35 55
93 581 18 94
93 426 87 46
609 41 56 56
93 205 72 38
93 459 45 00
Information on duty chemists 93 481 00 60
Medicines. Night home delivery (only for suscribers) 93 218 88 88

El Bosc de les Fades

by Elisabcn

El Bosc de les Fades (the Fairy's Wood) is a hidden nice place near the Wax Museum, perfect to have a break. When you come inside this place you find yourself in a magic wood full of talking trees, falling water, little bridges and strange characters like fairies, animals and dwarfs. In the middle of this wood you can have a coffe or some drinks. The music and the sound of water falling are very pleasant. Last time I went there it was raining in Barcelona but my surpise was that when we came inside we found out that thanks to some special sounds and lights it was raining inside too...cool :-))

Passatge de la Banca, 7
You have to do as if you want to go to the Wax Museum and then turn on right

Buying souvenirs

by JoeAnAnAs about Wherever

Any gift shop you tumble on it .. well post cards , souvenir ..little stuff .. you know keychanes whatever Now paying is the issue .. always bargain for the price .. even if you can't speak Spanish ..do bargain ..cause they always have the prices doubled .. or trippled ;)

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