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How to get around
The Barcelona Bus Touristic has 3 routes and will take you by all of the tourist sites. You can jump on and off when you see something that interest you, the bus will announce the location. A one day ticket is 27 Euros and a 2 day ticket is 35. There is also a regular bus system that travels around the city. Getting a Barcelona Card will allow you unlimited travel on any public mode of transportation and free admission or discounts to approximately 100 attractions. There are Tuk Tuks, 3-wheeled motorized open air cars that offer tours around the city. If you decide you want to drive parking is expensive at tourist destinations, expect to pay 36 Euros to park at most places. You can also rent a bike, segway or scooter to get around the city.

Where to sleep
The Best Western Premier hotel is 100 Euros per night and is located in the Ciutat Vella district. BBB –Jardinets Guest house is 50 Euros per night for a double and it’s located in the Gracia district.

You can visit places such as Gaudi's Parc Guell and La Rambla which is a walkway where you can see people doing stunts, music, artwork and more. Spain has many festivals and event such as the Monegros Desert Festival and Festes de la Mercè. When traveling to and from the Barcelona International Airport or BCN you can find traveling to your hotel convenient with private sedan services and shuttle vans that can take you safely to your destination.

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Barcelona Airport (BCN)
Barcelona Airport BCN
Barcelona is Spain’s second largest city with a long history that goes long past the Roman era. With an abundance of history and things to see Barcelona is a vacation that you and your family will not forget.
Barcelona-El Prat Airport abbreviated BCN is located 7.5 miles (12km) southwest of Barcelona. The airport is the 31st busiest airport in the world and after Madrid Barajas it’s the 2nd largest airport in Spain. Barcelona itself is full of rich history, culture, and mythology. It’s the 2nd largest city in Spain and its population is 1.6 million. The city is divided into 6 districts Ciutat Vella, Eixample, Gracia, Sants-Montjuic, Santi Marti and Inland Suburbs.

Things to know
Barcelona is busiest in August but the best time to visit is in between either April and June or September to November; the weather is the most comfortable then.

The visitor’s information office is located at Passage de la Concepció, 7-9 08008 Barcelona. The Hospital Clinic I Provincial De Barcelona is located at C/ Villarroel 170 take the line 5 to get there. Free Wi-Fi is provided by the city; the password is “Barcelona Wi-Fi. The official language is Catalan and most signs are Catalan but most locals are bilingual and also speak Spanish.

Things to do
Get your air ticket because it will only cost you 30 Euros and you’ll get admission to six museums: CCCB, Fundaicio Antoni Tapies, Fundacio Joan Miro, Macba, Museu Nacional D’art De Caalunya, Museu Picasso. If those aren’t enough visit the Museu Blau, or the CosmoCaixa Museu. If you’re with the kiddos make sure to take them to the Tibidabo Amusement Park. Barcelona was also named the number 1 beach city by National Geographic. There are a total of 9 beaches.

Where to eat
Most restaurants serve the menu’ del dia (the menu of the day). Expect small portions usually 2 mouthfuls but your get a salad, main dish, and a drink sometimes a dessert. The menu will have 3 or 4 options for a main dish. Expect to pay between 8 and 20 Euros.


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