Day Trip, Barcelona
After visiting monestery u can get on one of the hills by funicular or on foot.And from that spot there like 3 rutes.One - down to the monastery and two to some high spots in mountains.It's extremaly great trip.Great fillings when u step almostly infront of nowhere...u start to breathe more often, u get so much adrenalin!the highest spot what i reached was 1236m.
If u are fond of hiking and mountains, this trip is for u.U will enjoy that place very much.It.s situated quite close to Barcelona and it takes just 1hour to get there.From Barcelona u have to take train R5 from Plaza Espana(by metro u can get there)t Monistrol de Montserrat.and it's better to take ticket to Cremallera de Montserrat.Both ways it cost 12 euro.
This museum situated in a small town Figueres, which around 130km from Barcelona.Nice place to walking around and ofcouse to visit Dali museum.To get there u have to take train from the station Barcelona-Sants, or Bcn-Passeig de Gracia ,diraction Figueres.the ticket cost something about 16euro both ways.From the station it's easy to find this museum,just 10min.walk, or just ask somebody,quite popular place :)
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