Gran Central Inn

Catalans 686, 2-2, Barcelona, Catalonia, 8010, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Barcelona

Day Eleven - Barcelona bus tour / St. John's Day

A travel blog entry by mikeyhand


... more expensive.

The bus tour we booked was one of those hop on/ hop off types and it wasn't bad. After seeing the bullet shaped building, Torre Agbar. Then we saw the Sagrada Familia church and it looks so much better in person than the photos on the web. I didn't want to pay the $18/pp to look inside. The line was down the block and it was too hot and we just don't have the time. They plan on finishing it in 2026, maybe we'll ...

We can talk the talk, but we walked it our own way

A travel blog entry by mblack92


... towers and more than 2500 turrets. We enjoyed the walk along the top of the wall with each watch tower providing an amazing panoramic view of Avila. Stunning. From there we moved onto another small town for our final stop in Spain on the way to Portugal. This was Salamanca. A university town with amazing cathedrals, old and new(er). Kathryn Salamanca was an entertaining place. This is where we discovered the existence of what everyone deemed a 1/2 public holiday. ...

Day 6, Sea Day

A travel blog entry by parkere


... dip was as good as any I have had before. I haven't seen it before in Britain, but I am not sure why, because it is awesome. For our mains, Graeme had lamb chops, which he enjoyed. I had pork scaloppine, which was delicious. We both had mashed potatoes, which they make very well on board, though we would expect nothing less. For dessert, we both had warm chocolate cake, amazing!

We went to see ...

Spain - Barcelona

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... us a little bit a person of Gaudi and his early years. Then we walked to the Güell Palace where she briefly continued with the history of who were these people who kept asking Gaudi to make such extravagant buildings, how these people made their fortunes and how Gaudi could access this elite group. Then we took the metro and headed to Casa Batlló. We also took a look at 2 more houses even though they were not built by Gaudi, however, they represent another sign ...

Hola Espania

A travel blog entry by 2enma5ter


... buildings are nice to look at, La Pedreras's rooftop is a piece of art, but the prices for going up are ridiculous. The 16,50 to go into Pedrera wasn't worth it. They had a jazz concert on the rooftop that day though and I think that would be a good value then. A must visit for sport interested people is the old Olympic stadium, with the famous Palau Sant Jordi right next door. If you are a basketball fan and that arena doesn't ring a bell, ...


This hotel, located in the Parc de Montjuïc area of Barcelona, is near Olympic Stadium (Estadi Olimpic), Anella Olimpica, Parc d'Atraccions (Montjuic), and Galeria Olimpica.
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