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BArcelona, spain

Spain Country: Spain
City: Barcelona
Population: 1,593,075 (2005)
Time Zone: CET (GMT+1)
Language: Catalan, Spanish
Currency: Euro
Area Code:+34 (ESP) & 93 (Bar)

Travel Information

Recommended Hostel Recommended Sights
General Phrases
Albareda Youthhostel, C/ Albareda 12, Barcelona La Sagrada Familla
Nou Camp Stadium
Olympic Stadium
Parc Güell
Las Rambla
Hello = Halo
Goodbye = Adiós
Please = Por favor
Thanks = Gracias

1 = Uno
2 = Dos
3 = Tres
4 = Cuatro
5 = Cinco

6 = Seis
7 = Siete
8 = Ocho
9 = Nueve
10 = Diex




Budget Tips
1) Buy a T−10 for public transport A single journey on Barcelona's metro/bus network costs €1.15. As you'll need to use some mode of transport at least three times, rather than paying for single journeys, buy a T−10 (ten journeys) for €6.30. It gives ten journeys for less than the price of six.

2) Chill out in Parc Guell/Parc de la Ciutadella If you need a break from the crowds in the city centre, Barcelona's best known parks are a great place to chill out. The former is Gaudi's park just outside the city centre while the latter is located just ten minutes walk from Las Ramblas.

3) Visit Catedral de la Seu, Plaça de la Seu Found in the heart of the Barri Gotic, this cathedral was built between the 13th and 15th centuries, although the spire and façade weren't added until the late 19th century. While the interior of the cathedral is breathtaking, make sure to visit Capella de Lepanto in the same grounds where you'll find a pond of white geese. Open daily from 8.30am−1.30pm & 4pm−7.30pm; admission free.

4) Ramble along Las Ramblas One of Europe's most famous streets, there is something going on along the Ramblas twenty four hours a day. Pet stalls, flower sellers, human statues, buskers, magicians and other street entertainers make it one of the liveliest streets in the world.

5) The Works of Antoni Gaudi - It may cost up to €10 or more to gain entry to some of Gaudi's best known buildings, but it costs nothing to gaze at them. The eccentric architect's work can be seen at 14 locations around the Catalonian capital. The most central of these are the street lights in Placa Reial, and Palau Guell (both just off Las Ramblas). Not far from here are Casa Batlló and La Pedrera.


Inside Albedera Youth Hostel Big Ant in Barcelona The 2 J's & Matt Escalator to Gaudi Park
On top of Gaudi Park View from top of Gaudi Park Chillin' with guitarist in Gaudi Park Gaudi Churh
Strange looking hotel Nou Camp Barcelona Football Symbol Capella
Press Room in Nou Camp Tim & Matt, Watching a game in Nou Camp! Nou Camp Pitch Classic Football Picture - Nou Camp Museum
Champions League Trophy 2006 Museum View from Museum of Gaudi Park Hope you got good thigh muscles!!!