Qgat Valles

Address: Via Augusta, 51, Sant Cugat, Catalonia, 08174, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Augusta, 51, Sant Cugat, is near Joan Miro Foundation (Fundacio Joan Miro), Gran de Gràcia, Placa de Rius i Taulet, and L'Espai.
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      A travel blog entry by explorethewrld on Sep 08, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... go to a recommended restaurant in an affluent neighbourhood, but was denied because we did not have reservations. So we went to the restaurant right across the street and it was fantastic! The place was called Mordisco Grupo Tragaluz (http://grupotragaluz.com/en/restaurant e/mordisco-2/). The food was exceptional, good wine, fine service and a lively atmosphere. Well worth the ...

      Cousins Erica and Alexander!

      A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jun 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... practically merged with the nearby Rubí (population 72,987) and Cerdanyola del Valles (population 58,747). Monastery of Sant Cugat is a Benedictine abbey in Sant Cugat del Vallès, Catalonia, Spain. Founded in the 9th century, and built until the 14th century, it was the most important monastery in the county of Barcelona. It has its main feature in the large cloister, in Romanesque style. The monastery's origin date back to ...


      A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jun 28, 2014

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      Had the usual 11:00am breakfast then took the underground to Park Guell. This was an urban subdivision planned by Antoni Gaudi in the early 20th century. It is named after Count Eusebius Guell who commissioned Gaudi to design a garden city on on the family estate of 20 hectares. Spent a couple of hours here then went home for lunch. ...

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by annrowberg on May 25, 2014

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      ... Then we walked on the famous Las Ramblas. We walked all the way to the waterfront and on the boardwalk. Our afternoon plan was to go to the Picasso museum. But the line was so long that we gave up. So we went to see a Catholic Church and that didn't work out well either. It was closed. So we opted for a glass of sangria. Lets see what tonight ...

      Scratching the surface

      A travel blog entry by cokers on Jan 10, 2014

      ... in the port area which was all redeveloped for the 92 Olympics.
      Then we strolled down Las Ramblas, a pedestrian mall which has alot of markerts - except not on Thursdays in winter!
      It was back to the hotel via the metro. our 10 trip ticket over the 2 days working out at about Euro 1.40 a trip. if we had used all 10 it would have been even better value. The metro was easy to use as the same principles applied ...