Barcelona cable cars

The first meaning of Cable Car in the dictionary of the Collins says: "A cable car is a vehicle for taking people up mountains or steep hills. It is pulled by a moving cable". But in the present context we want to define it otherwise, "a transportation system that offers panoramic views and in which people float in the air in a vehicle that seems to move very slowly, providing pleasant sensations, mixed with astonishment and a relaxed and slightly euphoric feeling".

Luggage Storage in Barcelona, discover all its possibilities

Hasn't it happened to you that you have arrived in a city with suitcases and have several hours off before you can leave them at the hotel or apartment you have reserved? The truth is that visiting a city, even for just a few hours, with some bags is not a good idea. Fortunately, there are cities like Barcelona that offer interesting luggage storage systems.

Where to park cheap in Barcelona - Low cost car park

Barcelona car parks have always been known as expensive, but that has changed. For some time there are options aimed at tourists and visitors in general that allow to park in Barcelona in such a way that the parking space costs almost as much as the room of a budget hotel.

Other peculiar transports of Barcelona

Las Golondrinas

.It is one of the most emblematic transports of the city. Las Golondrinas  are motor-driven boats, located in the Moll de les Drassanes, at the end of the Ramblas and take short-trip cruises through the port of Barcelona.

Royal Hotels Barcelona reopens its hotels with the Easy Life project

The Royal Hotels Barcelona hotel group has reopened its hotels, supported by a philosophy that seeks to offer security, tranquility and fun to guests. Those who stay in the hotels of the Royal group will notice it in the reception and in the experiences they have created for each type of client. With this new philosophy, which they have called "Easy Life by Royal Hotels", they are also committed to promoting the Barcelona brand and tourism in the city. To achieve this, they have created synergies with companies in the environment, which promote the sustainable economy and Km0.

Discount cards to visit Barcelona

To save money when visiting Barcelona it is a good idea to buy discount cards and combined tickets that offer discounts to enter the best museums, the major tourist attractions and to have flat rate using public transport in Barcelona. In addition to money, you can save time because in many cases you can avoid the long lines that are formed to buy tickets at the places of interest. We present here the most important cards so that you can check which ones may interest you more according to your preferences and the duration of your stay in Barcelona.

The Funiculars of Barcelona

Within the transport classified as peculiar and antique we find the funiculars. In Barcelona, we present here three of them...

A good hotel in Barcelona of 3 stars

All right. But what is a good hotel? Is it a hotel that offers good value for money? Or is it a hotel where everything is perfect? We define a good hotel as the establishment in which nothing excels in the negative, everything works as it should and also offers pleasant surprises.

Free Parking in Barcelona

It is understandable that on a trip we want to save the most money, and parking in Barcelona is not cheap, although there are parking options for days in the center of the city that have cheapened the parking cost. But now it's about totally free, where to park for free in Barcelona? Is it possible? ... Yes, it is. In some areas and spaces 24 hours a day and others in limited hours. Discover where, the pros and cons of each area, and other important aspects.

Ciutat Vella (part 3): Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and la Ribera + la Barceloneta

In the Middle Ages, the center of Ciutat Vella, the Gothic, was widened when the wall that enclosed it, was opened, and reached the quarter of Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and La Ribera, which is one of the four quarters of the district of Ciutat Vella. This quarter is formed, as its names indicates, by three zones: La Ribera, that occupies much of the now called Born; Santa Caterina, named after the convent that bears his name; and by Sant Pere, known as the monastery of Sant Pere de les Puel·les or Puelles.


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