Hostal Ballestero

Address: Manuel Sancho, 2 ((esquina paseo Fabra i Puig), Barcelona, Catalonia, 08016, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Porta area of Barcelona, is near Guell Park (Parc Guell), Bodega J. Miquel Jane, Barcelona Glories, and Parc del Forum.
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    10 days in one of the most exciting cities

    A travel blog entry by kyle.l on May 29, 2015

    142 photos

    ... around Plaza Espanya. You could spend six months here and not see everything. I start by purchasing the Articket BCN, which is an art passport to six different museums. By purchasing this passport, you save almost half off the normal rate of $57 euros. The six museums are The Contemporary Art Museum of Barcelona, The Fundacio Tapies, The Fundacio Joan Miro, The National Museum of Art of Catalunya, The Picasso Museum, and The Barcelona Centre for Contemporary Culture.


    Day 5 - Barcelona: Camp Nou and Tapas tour

    A travel blog entry by robdidcoe on Apr 09, 2015

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    ... a new stadium however in these economic times it just doesn't stack up for them. On the way out of the stadium we walked through the team store where I was a little surprised that the offering of non clothing product was so limited. In most other venues I've visited around the world there are lots of different things to buy. We actually found more things in the outside store. A skating rink is also within the stadium site, opposite the main venue and off ...

    Beautiful Barcelona

    A travel blog entry by madamelily on Sep 26, 2014

    14 photos

    ... is wonderful, with curved mosaic benches wrapping around the open spaces, and the emblematic mosaic dragon at the main entrance to the park. I think we all agreed that the crowds were a nuisance, but the park was worth the hassle.

    The restaurant across from the hotel was unpretentious, but, like so many such establishments, appearances were misleading. We sat outside and enjoyed a ...

    Take Your Happy Pills

    A travel blog entry by davlar87 on Aug 21, 2014

    66 photos

    ... and enjoyed observing the history; this is a city with plenty of it. I'm hoping to avail of such a tour tomorrow.

    With the queues ridiculously long and the guided tours booked out for what seemed like days in advance, I spent only a few minutes at La Sagrada Familia, perhaps the landmark of Barcelona. The problem with such tourist traps is the hassle that goes along with it. I took the pictures and enjoyed the view, craning my neck up to ...


    A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jul 02, 2014

    47 photos

    ... by the Visigoths in the early 5th century, becoming for a few years the capital of all Hispania. After being conquered by the Arabs in the early 8th century, it was conquered in 801 by Charlemagne's son Louis, who made Barcelona the seat of the Carolingian "Hispanic March" (Marca Hispanica), a buffer zone ruled by the Count of Barcelona. The Counts of Barcelona became increasingly independent and expanded their territory to include all of Catalonia. In 1137, Aragon and the ...