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By combining travel on the metro, walks and the occasional bus journey, you'll be able to discover the city on seven recommended routes from an insider's point of view, as well as its history, neighbourhoods, urban development, as if you were one of...more
When you have just a few days to see this city, taking the double decker tour bus is a great way to see a lot of places.
We took the bus and let it take us to a spot we were interested. We disembarked and...More
We went for 2 tours, one being "Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra and Spain from Barcelona" and the other "Girona and Costa Brava Tour from Barcelona". The tour guides were Arnold and Laurea respectively. Both the tours and the guides fantastic and they...More
On our visits to Barcelona, we make this tourist information office beneath Plaza de Cataluna one of our first stops. It has friendly, helpful staff, who speak good English. Myriad brochures about attractions and things to do in Barcelona and the surrounding area are attractively...More
I booked all my excursions with the tourism office and have no regrets. The Picasso walking tour was amazing. The guide was knowledgeable and pleasant. The walking in the neighborhood where Picasso lived is enjoyable and the guided visit of the museum is very informative....More
we found different important plans and attraction at Barcelona turisme, we had a good selection of quality companies and people that offered tour, we found one kind man who show us the city, was a local man, he knew all about the city, he was...More
In the beginning of April, my friends and I visited Barcelona. We were very impressed by the beautiful city and amazing food this Spanish city had to offer. Unfortunately, we did not manage to enter sagrada familia as it was fully booked on the day...More
Have done a fair amount of travel over the years and Barcelona and the seville are the latest places. Barcelona has a lot to offer, vibrant seen, good dining/hotels and excellent things to do - good museums, music, great mass transit easy for non spanish...More
This was the favourite guided tour we did while in Barcelona. The tour walked from Plaça de Catalunya to the Picasso museum in the El Born area of the city. The walk lasted about an hour with frequent stops to point out interesting places where...More
A very dear friend and Professor of Architecture once told me 'When in major cities do not look at your feet when you are moving around look up to the sky and admire the beauty that is there'. This can be difficult, particularly when in...More
Worst city I have been to for pickpockets. I had my purse and phone stolen within minutes of arriving in Barcelona Sants. Luckily we had removed our credit and currency cards somewhere safer, but still unpleasant. Barcelona needs to do more to prevent this. I...More
With its iconic, old-Europe streets and alleys, this picturesque neighbourhood is the very heart of Barcelona. It blends historic artifacts from its days under Roman dominion up through the Spanish Civil War with a vibrant modern-day culture of artisan shops and authentic culinary experiences. Avid explorers will be thrilled to discover quaint terraces and plazas brought to life by the many small bars and local
musicians lasting late into the night. Fashionistas will be drawn to Portal de L’Angel, which is lined with well-known brand names and smaller boutique stands.
Response from loudini56 | Reviewed this property |
You use the card in the subway to get through the entrance booth. On the bus there is a validation machine you put the ticket in. It beeps then pushes the ticket out and your done. Have a great trip. Barcelona is incredible