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Barcelona Bus Turistic

The Barcelona Bus Turístic (TMB) is a service of bus, that makes three routes by the  more  visited points of the city.

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From the bus, that has two floors, you will be able to see the Sagrada Family, the Stone quarry, the Spanish Town, the Gothic District. A tourist informer announces the bustops in different languages. He has 44 bustops distributed in three routes: North route (red) South Route (blue) Route Forum (green).

 You can raise and lower the times that you want throughout the route. When already you have seen what it interests to you, you can take the following bus and continue the route, with the same ticket.

To know the routes, and for more information, click here.

February 5, 2008 at 2:45 pm 1 comment

Barcelona apartments

When we think about traveling, generally the first option which we thinks, is a hotel. But there is another very interesting option: the apartments.
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Why is a good one idea an apartment?
– If you travel with the family, it is a good way to share the trip with a familiar privacity. Apartments provide more space than average hotel rooms.
– Habitually, apartments are cheaper than hotels.
– It is a good way to know the city, we can get a better feel for Barcelona, as natives know it.
If we talk about Barcelona apartments, we suggest you Rent the sun, a Web in which we can find a special list of apartments to rent, so near of the main attractions of the city.

February 4, 2008 at 12:19 pm 1 comment

Christmas in Barcelona

25 December is the Christmas Day (Bon Nadal)


This celebration origined in the pagan festivals for the winter solstice. Christianity transformed this, giving them a religious significance.
To know what to do in Barcelona in Christmas, don’t forget visit this web:

December 27, 2007 at 3:02 pm Leave a comment

Barcelona architectonic

gaudi2.jpgOne of the most representative characteristics of Barcelona is its great architectonic wealth, result of the long-haul of the towns that successively inhabited the city, and that pronounces in an urban structure that it is formed from four stages:


  •  This first stage includes one of the key processes in the life of the city: its romanización. Is the primitive nucleus and the example is the Plaza de Sant Jaume.
  • Medieval and modern Barcelona. Attractive main Medieval Barcelona gives to Barcelona one of its architectonic ones, the gothic district, that presents/displays the splendor of a manifest time in the enclosure of the seat of the King, its churches, houses, palaces and chapels and the facade of the Cathedral. Examples: Churchs of Betlem, de la Mare de Déu de la Mercè, la Casa de la Caritat, el Palau de la Virreina.
  • The coming of the Modernismo leaves a track architectonic of first magnitude. The work of Gaudí (the Sagrada Family, the Milà-La House Stone quarry, the Vicenç House, the Batlló House, the Güell park, etc.), of Piug i Cadafalch (the houses Amatller, Martí, the Palau Macaya, etc.), and of Domènech i Montaner (the Hospital of Sant Pau, the Palau of Catalan Music) is key datum points in the history of the architecture and, some of them, patrimony of the humanity.
  • Both last centuries. Outstanding architectonic works is became in the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1929, many of which are in the area of influence of Montjuïc and the seat of Espanya (the Magical Source, the National Palau, the Poble Espanyol, the Pavelló Mies goes to der Rohe, etc.).


October 23, 2007 at 9:50 am 12 comments