La Nina Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Paseo de la Ribera 65-68, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
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41
Average
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Poor
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12
Terrible
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6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 27% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families71
  • Couples68
  • Solo85
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

T-10 card

by nanadjoa

I will be visiting sitges in a few weeks with 3 friends and will like to use the trains & buses to travel round to barcelona etc. What is the T-10 card and how can we use it.how much will it cost for 4 people and can we use it for the whole weekend. Which is the cheapest ticket to get to be able to use for the weekend on trains, buses etc

Re: T-10 card

by Belsaita

a T-10 card is a card that allows you 10 trips on public transport. Sitges is on Zone 3, so a T-10 will cost you 19.80€. You can use it as well on metro, buses, etc in Barcelona

http://www.tmb.net/en_US/barcelona/moute/targetes/t_10.jsp

A single train trip does cost 2.05€ (the same price on weekends than on weekdays)

For 4 of you, you should calculate if it's better to share a T-10 or pay individual trips (for only one trip to Barcelona and return will be cheaper to buy individual tickets)

But, you can but a "Bonotren" that you can use only on Renfe regional trains, that cost 15.20€ (10 trips, can be shared)

For a weekend in Barcelona, 4 people, maybe the best option is a Bonotren. Leave the train at Passeig de Gracia (this is the very city centre) not at Sants.

Once in Barcelona you can buy a 1-zone T-10 to move around (7.20 €) or just walk

Bonotren can be used for a month and T-10 for several months so you should not worry about this.

Hope this makes sense!

Re: T-10 card

by nadjoa

Thanks for your reply. Hope i have a wonderful stay

Travel Tips for Sitges

beautiful houses

by nicoleken

very cosy too Many popular sportsman have choosen to live in Sitges among the other people.
Many of the Barcelona Football club players, the Barcelona Dragons (American Football) members, and many more, live here.

Museu Maricel de Mar

by mikey_e

This is a sort of municipal museum for Sitges, although it is not quite billed that way. There are two components to it, one that is next to the Parish Church and that contains a small number of pieces for a temporary exhibit, and a more permanent collection with pieces from Mediaeval works to modern ones. Like all good municipal museums it has an impressive collection of ceramics and pottery, but there are also quite a few good paintings and lots of mediaeval sculpture and religious works. This is a good way to get an idea of art tastes and styles in Catalunya outside of Barcelona, especially when you hear the sea coming in from the windows that face the Mediterranean.

Walking in the old town : maricel museum

by ptitetoile

If you visit the Museum Maricel, do not miss the "Sant Miquel" Tower, the "Saló d'Or" (Golden Hall), the "Saló Blau" (Blue Hall) and the cloister, with its magnificient views of the sea.
I spent there almost half an hour...just looking around me, listening to the the seagulls and looking at the sea.....

Sitges with lots of love

by malineet

"Gaysitges.com"

In 2007, this festival starts from 14th of Feb and runs for the whole week. (easyjet mag)
Every carnival must have its Queen and Sitges has hundreds, most of them wearing false eyelashes and bouffant wigs. This small fishing town, south of Barcelona is a gay resort and hosts one of Spain's most outrageous carnivals over a week of non-stop parties and parades. This is not a gay carnival per se-the two parades on Sunday and the following Tuesday, complete with 40 floats and 3,000 spectators, aver very family affairs. Tuesday's Extermination Parade is a whole lot camper though with hundreds of drag queens from all over Europe converging on the town. On Ash Wednesday, there' the ceremonial burying of the sardine on the beach, which closes what is the wildest carnival in Spain.

My Sitges favourite streets

by Labrix

"Carrer de la Devallada"

Most of my favourite streets in Sitges are located in the old part of the town. This one goes from the Sant Sebastian beach to the town hall.

"Carrer Fonollar"

This is a must see street if you come to Sitges. Besides, it's a very special place for me, as I got married in the Palau Maricel, that is the building that you can see at the right.

"Carrer Sant Joan"

This street join the Carrer de la Devallada and the Carrer Fonollar. It's very short but very beautiful

"Carrer Bosc"

Even that is in the heart of the old town, many people come to Sitges without visiting this street, that's because it's a little bit hidden. It goes from Carrer Devallada to the Hall Square.

"The Town Hall Square"

Beautiful, don't you think?

The town hall is at the left of the photo.

"Little pass"

Ok, ok. This is not exactly a street, but I alway liked this pass. It goes from the back of the Hall Square to the Miquel Utrillo Square.

You can't see in the picture, but at the end there's the sea.

"Carrer Major"

This street is always full of people, even that looking at the picture you won't believe me. I tooked a Monday morning at the beginning of June.

"Carrer de l'Aigua"

This street is a good way of escape from the Carrer Major when is full of people.

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