FGA Sagrada Familia Apartments

Address: Sardena, 219, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08013, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Barcelona, a Barca fans' heaven

A travel blog entry by clopsicorn on Jun 23, 2015

... to hold the 2015 Champions League Trophy awarded to Barcelona!

I got to go down to the pitch and into the press boxes, changing rooms, and commentators box. We sat in the stadium seats and got to witness first hand the enormity of the stadium itself.The gift shop was nearly as big as the stadium! There were masses of home and away Barcelona 2015/16 jerseys up for sale with every name of every player on Barcelona on ...

2 days 2 different tours

A travel blog entry by clareandbuzz on May 04, 2015

1 comment, 27 photos

... museum we were driven to the town of Cadaques, a small fishing town where Dali's family would summer, and there we had lunch with another couple from Oakland, CA also on the tour. From there we drove over to Dali and Gala's home a short distance away in Portlligat. What a wonderful place. This home included his studio with two unfinished paintings still on their easels as well as other pieces of his art work adorning the ...


A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 05, 2014

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... had to offer. We came across
this wonderful “fountain show” It was great. There was this huge fountain with
lights in it changing the colour of the water, while it “danced” to different
songs that played out of speakers that were also built into this fountain. It
was actually probably the thing I enjoyed the most out of Barcelona. The first
night we saw it was the best, ...

Duomo & Cupola, Gelato Festival & hola Bar

A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou on Sep 15, 2014

2 comments, 64 photos

Saturday 13th September Saturday morning, after having a light breakfast, we headed out at about 8.30am and queued up to climb the 463 steps to the very top of the Duomo Cupola. It was going to be a very warm day so we wanted to do it early while it was cooler. We were let in in groups so there weren't any hold ups in the very dark and narrow (a little wider than shoulder width) staircase spiralling upwards like a corkscrew. There weren't many ...

It's Raining Perros y Gatos!

A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 07, 2014

1 comment, 132 photos

... as far as Montpellier in the north, and Lorca in the south. The 'Trenhotel' night train to Granada and the 'Estrella' night train to Madrid also call here. Note that it's best to buy train tickets a few days ahead during the high season to avoid getting stuck in one place. However, you always have the chance to take a stop-train, which is reasonable when coming from Barcelona, as it basically takes the same amount of time.

Tarragona is also close to the Camp de Tarragona ...

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