AC Hotel Sant Cugat By Marriott

Plaza Xavier Cugat s/n, Sant Cugat, Catalonia, 08190, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Plaza Xavier Cugat s/n, Sant Cugat, is near Nou Camp, Magic Fountain, Tibidabo Mountain, and Tibidabo Funfair.
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    Travel Blogs from Sant Cugat

    Cousins Erica and Alexander!

    A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jun 30, 2014

    5 photos

    Sant Cugat has become an affluent suburb of Barcelona due to its location (only 20 kilometres from the city), its natural surroundings, and its pedestrian shopping area. Sant Cugat is also a political stronghold for conservative Catalan nationalism, with Convergència i Unió dominating the town's politics.

    Sant Cugat has seen its population increase in recent years, with more births than bigger cities like Barcelona (2004). It has ...

    29degrees a day of two halves in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 09, 2014

    6 comments, 47 photos

    ... followed by a 1.6km uphill walk to the gates of the park ( a couple of outdoor escalators helped get you up the last steep section ).
    I arrived aat 10 am and the sign by the queue said they were issuing tickets for a 11.30 entrance (They only let 800 people at a time into the monumental zone of the park that was designed by Gaudi ). I got to the counter where I asked for a ticket for one, and was told quietly that I could be squeezed into the 10.30 entry since I ...

    Arrival in Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by abaruch on Apr 08, 2014

    2 photos

    ... Catalonya Patina had to leave me for another stop but just told me to keep walking straight and I'd end up on Las Ramblas, which is basically where I needed to go. Though I still didn't know how to get to Plaza Reial. The bus maps didn't help so I just kind of started walking down the street hoping I'd find it. I really need to get maps of places before I get there too. She had told me that Las Ramblas was dominated by Pakis at night who would try and sell me beer on the street, ...

    Que? I'm (not) from Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by staciehall on Aug 31, 2013

    9 photos

    ... would have thought it possible), and settled in to enjoy an authentic Spanish paella. And true to the continuing mix of French and Spanish cultures, James found a croissant grande, somewhat like a matador's moustache!

    Barcelona is very alive and buzzing, with the preferred form of transport two wheels, be it motorbike, bicycle, rollerblades or dinky little electric cars.

    I caught up with ...


    A travel blog entry by mikeraph on Aug 08, 2013

    137 photos

    ... s trippy
    designs dating from back in the late 19th century. There's also heaps of street art, hidden amongst the laneway cafes and tapas bars. Then you've got main streets like Las Ramblas, teeming with people and shops. And the beach of course, packed with people, and with imported Egyptian sand. Beyond this just the atmosphere of the city is remarkable. Everyone, whether they be local or tourist, is here for a good time, ...