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Barcelona Small-Group Walking Tour with Eco-Boat Cruise and Helicopter Flight
"Make your own way to Barcelona Old Town (Ciutat Vella) and meet your guide. Then set off on the first part of your experience: a small-group walking tour of Barcelona's oldest neighborhoods.Follow your guide around the maze-like streets and hear about the history of the Old Town whose roots stretch back to Roman times. Take in the elegant buildings and stroll down the shadowy narrow lanes of the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic) to the Plaça de la Seu. Admire the ornate frontage of the Gothic Cathedral (Catedral La Seu) and hear how it was originally built in the 12th century but its façade only completed in 1890. Pose for photos by the City Hall in Plaça de Sant Jaume and work your way through the old Jewish Quarter to Plaça del Pi to see the outside of its lovely Church of Santa Maria del Pi. Stride out along the famous La Ramblas and pass through the iconic La Boqueria food market a jumble of colorful stalls selling fruit
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Barcelona 3-Hour Private Walking Tour to Gràcia Neighborhood
"Once you meet your guide at a designated meeting point you can get ready for this walking tour highlights of which are: Plaça de la Revolució Plaça del Raspall Casa Vicens Carrer Verdi street Plaça de la Vila de Gràcia
From EUR126.00
 
Penedes Wine and Cava Day Tour from Barcelona
"You will be picked up in a comfortable minibus and transferred to the Penedes region. Your first visit will be to Cavas Codorniu. Here you will join their impressive guided tour and be shown the huge underground cellar along with the beautiful gardens and the stunning buildings designed by the architect Puig and Cadafalch. After you will be invited to taste cava.After the tour your driver will take you to a first class restaurant where you will be served a complete gourmet dinner including wine dessert and coffee.Your second stop will be to Torres Vineyard. Here you will view their facilities and receive a overview of the house guide. The tour also included a video presentation tunnel stations a train ride
From EUR130.00

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Bus Plana offers different trips to Sitges

http://www.autocarsplana.com/Barcelona – Tarragona – Salou - Port Aventura - Cambrils BM i La Granadella (going through Sitges, Torredembarra, Altafulla , Pineda) Sitges – Pineda – Port Aventura –...
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The T-10 card

The T-10 card is a very useful way for moving in public transport. For going from Sitges to Barcelona you need a 3 zones card, but for moving just around Barcelona a 1 zone card will be enough.Apart...
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Sitges - Barcelona by train

The cost of a one way ticket to Sitges/Barcelona is 2,50 € (4 zones).FROM SITGES TO BARCELONAA lot of trains depart from Sitges to Barcelona every 7 min. in rush hours and every 10-15 min. the rest of...
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Sitges / El Prat Airport by bus and train

The easiest and fastest way of going to Sitges from the airport is the taxi, but it's also the most expensive. The cost it's about 45-50 €uros, and it arrives in 20-25 min.But you have also cheapest...
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Reus Airport

Always remember that Barcelona airport is not the cheapest way to Sitges. Reus airport is just as easy and Ryanair is realy cheap at the moment with fares from £1.oo.From Reus airport take the train 1...
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Night bus to/from Barcelona

Every time that I go to Barcelona and I return to Sitges by night I take this bus, it can seem a little bit caothic, but I think that it's very convenient in spite of it all. The trip is about 40 min,...
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Sitges - Barcelona by bus

The bus company is MON-BUS and the cost of the trip is 2,85 €. The time of the trip can be longer due traffic jams. Check timetables for the days 24, 25, 31 of December and 1 of January. All the buses...
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Train to Sitges

The easiest way to get to Sitges from Barcelona is by train. The Renfe service (local network) provides trains every half hour that depart from the underground station on Passeig de Gracia. The scenic...
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Taxi to Barcelona

When travelling to Barcelona or just to the airport, be warned that they will charge you an extra 10 EUR for the motorway toll.The meter says less but they will add this sum whether you like it or...
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Late Night Bus Return to Barcleona

During off-tourist season, the return trains between Sitges and Barcelona end earlier than than mentioned in the guide books. Check the timings at the train stations. The guide books also state that...
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Train from Barcelona

It is very easy to go by train to (and from) Sitges. From Barcelona there is a train almost every 30 minutes to Sitges. The ride takes about 40 minutes in modern comfortable trains.Also the wiew from...
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Train was packed full

We arrived in time to board a train to leave Sitges, but it took so long for people arriving to get off the train that the doors slammed shut with us and another traveller stood on the platform. We...
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TRAIN

There are numerous trains that connect Barcelona with Sitges. It’s a short trip (about 30 minutes). A return Ticket is 4.50 euros. Take the train from Passeig de Gracia train Station or from Sants...
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Renfe train

Catch the 30-minute renfe train ride from Sants Estacio station of Barcelona to Sitges. Ticket Booth 5,6,7 i think. Fare is euro 6 return fare already!
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Top Hotels in Sitges

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Passeo de la Ribera 35, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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San Francisco 46, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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Joan Salvat Papasseit 38, Port Aiguadolc, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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Ave Cami de Miralpeix 12, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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Avenida Sofia 2-6, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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Passeig de la Ribera, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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Top Things to Do in Sitges

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Beaches

What do you do in Sitges? Beach! bake in the sun, swim, swim and swim.........Sitges is the nearest place from Barcelona with nice sandy beaches...aside from Barceloneta of course which is inside...
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Walking

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...
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Passeig de la Ribera

With hills and Old Sitges on one side and the Mediterranean on the other, the Passeig de la Ribera is the most scenic part of Sitges. The long boulevard hugs the bay and boasts numerous beaches and...
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Museu Maricel de Mar

Although not terribly ancient, the Maricel de Mar building is one of Sitges' most recognisable features. The building as it stands dates from 1911, but it was built on the foundation of an older...
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Esglesia de Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla

Dominating the skyline of Sitges, the Església de Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla dates from the 17th century. The octagonal tower, however, is a 19th century addition. The church replaced a previous 14th...
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Passeig Marítim

Walking (or cycling, or roller skating) along the Passeig Marítim gives you the opportunity of enjoying the beach, the view and finding also some artists, as painters, sculptors of sand or this man...
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