Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Barcelona1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Barcelona with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.
Railway and landscape maps of Barcelona areaThis Barcelona map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
City tours, excursions and tickets in Barcelona and surroundings
Spain - moving around the countryIn every major city of Spain, there are bus stations which are the departure point for traveling to the most remote provinces and resorts. On average, the intervals of routes around the city are about 15 minutes, while intercity trips run every 40 minutes. Some bus trips take to the line even at night. On the other hand, the number of trips is significantly reduced on holidays and on weekends. You can pay for your fare directly in the bus, but it will be a little more economical to purchase a travel card for 10 trips. This card however must be punched. For tourists, there are special sightseeing buses in the cities that allow you to visit all the most famous and historically important places of the city in one day. If the long-distance journey by bus seems too long and uncomfortable, you can use air transport. The country has an extremely developed internal air communication, and there is an airport on the outskirts of every major city. The cost of tickets for domestic flights is quite cheap. … Open
Nature and parks of SpainPicos de Europa Park is no less popular among fans of walking tours. There is a huge number of routes for trekking, mountaineering, and hiking trails. Different kinds of birds of prey, wild boars, Iberian wolves, and colonies of bats live in the gorges. The park is equipped with observation platforms, one of which, Fuente De, has a glass floor. You can climb it by the cable car. Another mountain park, Sierra Nevada, is known primarily for its ski resorts. On the territory of the park, there is also a Tibetan monastery, where believers make pilgrimages. … Open
Photogallery of Barcelona sights
Our guide to Barcelona
Traditions and mentality of Barcelona
Spaniards have never been very punctual. This national trait is not a secret to anyone and so it is a typical reason for numerous jokes. Residents of Barcelona are accustomed to have a very late lunch, so local cafes start filling with visitors only after the noon. Dinners here are also fairly late, so many restaurants are open until midnight. When communicating with local residents, you should try to avoid … Open
Travel guide to Barcelona
Fort Montjuic. A funicular road will take you from Barceloneta to the other side of the city. This is the place where visitors will be able to see Montjuic Mountain. This mountain was one of the most important places during the Olympic Games that took place in Barcelona in 1922. The mountain has simply everything for a good holiday and great pastime. One can easily spend a whole day here. The top of … Open
Review of luxury hotels
Historic mansion El Palauet Living Barcelona, in which antiquity meets modern style and both perfectly complement each other, is known as one of the best hotels in the city. Ceilings in El Palauet still have the original detailed fretwork, and lighting is activated by clapping. Unique mosaic floors, frescos, stained-glass windows, a built-in audio system, home cinema and Wi-Fi make guestrooms both beautiful and very … Open
Barcelona for children - what to visit
Many travellers visit Barcelona with one purpose – to spend several days in one of the best amusement parks in the world – PortAventura World. This giant open air complex is located in Barcelona suburbs. Unique rollercoasters, swimming pools, souvenir shops and restaurants make this park a great place to spend several days. PortAventura is so big that it is simply impossible to explore it and try all rides in a … Open
Hotel Barcelo Raval is located in a ten-story ellipsis shaped tower that is surrounded by a tiny metallic mesh. Its modern avant-garde style was developed by a big team of designers, headed by Jordi Galí. They managed to create a state-of-art lightning system for both outside and inner premises. Numerous white lamps in the hall create absolutely stunning atmosphere; the hotel’s restaurant is decorated with … Open
Shopping, streets and outlets
Frugal tourists will enjoy walking along Carrer de Pelai street. Here, reasonably priced brand stores are centred. Zara, Camper, C & A, Discos Balada, Mango and Bershka boutiques are among them. Big seasonal sales are always organized there. The biggest discounts usually come in on Christmas Eve. La Rambla street will provide weight of pleasant experience. Here, is one of the largest and most interesting souvenir … Open