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Barcelona Guide Information about:

Main attractions Nightlife Barcelona Beaches Camp Nou - FC Barcelona Barcelona Map Metro Map Barcelona neighbourhoods

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Boffices and information spots

arcelona has a network of

for tourists that will help you discover the city.

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Metro: L2/L5 Sagrada Familia Hours: Oct to Mar, 9am to 6pm. Apr to Sep, 9am to 8pm. Prices: Regular: 12€ Reduced: 10€

Plaza de Catalunya:

Hours: daily from 9am to 9pm. Closed on Jan 1 & Dec 25.

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Plaza Sant Jaume:

Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am to8pm. Saturday: 10am to8pm. Sunday and holidays: 10am-2pm. Closed on Jan 1 & Dec 25. c

Estació de Sants:

Phone: 902 240 202 - 24/7.

Barcelona Aquarium Metro: L3 Drassanes, L4 Barceloneta Hours: Opens at 9am and closes: mon to Fri at 9pm; weekends & holidays at 9:30pm; during Jul & Aug at 11pm. Prices: Adults: 17,50€, Children 4 to 12 y.o.: 12,50€, Seniors above 60 y.o.: 14,50€

Metro: L3, L4. Bus: 63,68. Train: R4.

Pl. dels Països Catalans, s/n Hours: Monday to Friday: 8am to 8pm. Saturday, Sunday and holidays: 8am to 2pm. From 24/06 to 24/09: daily from 8am to 8pm. Closed: Jan 1, Dec 25 & 26.

Sagrada Familia

Poble Espanyol Metro: L1/L3 Espanya Hours: Mon: 9am to 8pm, Tue-Thu: 9am to 2am, Fri: 9am to 4am, Sat: 9am to 5am, Sun: 9am to Noon. Prices: Adult: 8,90€, Child: 5,60€

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La Pedrera Metro: L3/L5 Diagonal Hours: Nov to Feb: Daily 9am to 6:30pm, Mar to Oct: Daily 9am a 8pm. Prices: Regular: 11€ Reduced: 7€

Aeropuerto terminales 1 y 2:

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Parc Güell Metro: L3 Lesseps / Bus: 24, 92, 116. Hours: Nov to Feb: 10am to 6pm, May to Aug: 10am to 9pm, Mar & Oct: 10am to 7pm, Apr & Sep: 10am to 8pm. Prices: Free Entrance. Museo: 4€

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Museo Picasso Metro: L4 Jaume I Hours: Tue to Sun: 10am to 8pm. Mondays closed. Prices: Museum + Temp. Exhib.: 9€, Temp. Exhib. Only: 5,80€

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Montjuïc Magic Fountain Metro: L1/L3 Espanya Hours: May to Sep : 9pm to 11:30pm. Nov 19 to Dec 22 / Jan 7 to Apr 30 Fri & Sat: 7pm to 9pm. Dec 23 to Jan 6 Thu to Sun: 7pm to 9pm. Sep 30 to Nov 18: Closed. Prices: Free entrance

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Las Ramblas Metro: L1/L3 Catalunya, L3 Liceu, L3 Drassanes

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he Horta Maze Park (El Laberinto de Horta) garden is the oldest existing in Barcelona. The park features a neoclassical garden and a romantic garden, but the biggest attraction of the park is the labyrinth, formed by several cypress.

Metro: L1/L3 Catalunya, L4 Jaume I. Hours: Mon to Sat 8am to 6pm, Sun 8am to 8pm. Prices: 5€, Museo Diocesano 6€. Free entrance from 8am to 12:45pm. j

Ciutadella park Metro: L4 Ciutadella Vila Olímpica, L4 Barceloneta Hours: Daily 8am to 12:30am. Zoo: Nov to Feb: 10am to 5pm; Mar, May, Oct: 10 am to 6 pm; Jun to Sep: 10 am to 7pm. Prices: Free entrance to the park. Zoo: Adults: 16€, Children: 10€

Horta Maze Park Metro: L3 Mundet / Bus: 27, 60, 73,76 Hours: Daily 11am a 9pm. Prices: 2,50€

Barcelona Cathedral

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MNAC · National art Museum of Catalonia Metro: L1/L3 Espanya Hours: Tue to Sat 10am to 7 pm. Sun 10am to 2:30pm. Prices: 8,50€

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Joan Miró Foundation Metro: L2/L3 Paral.lel + Funicular Hours: Tue,Wed,Fri,Sat 10am to 7pm, Thu 10am to 9:30pm, Sun 10am to 2:30pm. Prices: Collection: 8€ Temp. Exh: 4€

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Music Palace Metro: L1/L4 Urquinaona Hours: Daily: 10am to 9pm. Prices: Visit 10€.

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MACBA · Contemporary art Museum of Barcelona Metro: L1/L3 Catalunya Hours: Oct to Jun: Mon,Wed-Fri 11am a 7:30pm, Sat 10am to 8pm, Sun 10am to 3pm. Jul to Sep: Mon,Wed,Fri 11am to 8pm, Thu 10am to Midight, Sat 10am to 8pm, Sun 10am to 3pm. Tue: Closed. Prices: 7,50€

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Batlló House Metro: L2/L3/L4 Passeig de Gràcia Hours: Daily: 9am a 8pm. Prices: 16€.

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Güell Palace Metro: L3 Liceu Hours: Tue to Sat: 10am a 2:30pm. Prices: Free entrance.

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San Sebastián Metro: L4 Barceloneta

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Metro: L4 Barceloneta

illa Olimpica is a district that offers visitors all kinds of leisure possibilities. This is the perfect place to take a walk that combines the contemplation of the most modern architecture with having a good meal at the port or a swimming along the coastal beaches of Barcelona. This is an area known for its nightlife, where the atmosphere heats up easily and bars and restaurants at the Olympic Port get packed with people. The beaches of Barceloneta and Nova Icaria surround the Olympic Port area.

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Nova Icària Metro: L4 Ciutadella / Vila Olímpica

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Bogatell Metro: L4 Bogatell

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Mar Bella Metro: L4 Poblenou

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Nova Mar Bella Metro: L4 Selva de Mar

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Llevant Metro: L4 Selva de Mar

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Barceloneta

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Barcelona’s Casino

Hours: Game Hall: Daily 3pm a 5am. American Hall: Daily 10am a 5am. Restaurants: Daily 9pm a 1am.

Guest List

Sign up for free entrance: www.shazguestlist.com www.barcelonaparties.com

Bars & Discotheques:

Shôko: Restaurant by day, nightclub by night. Free entry on guest list until 1am. Club Catwalk: Electronic, house, hip hop, RnB music. Opium Mar: Restaurant by day, nightclub by night. Free entry on guest list until 2:30am. Sotavento: Restaurant by day and discotheque by night. Free entry on guest list until 2am.

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Sarrià - Sant Gervasi

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Sagrada Familia

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Catedral de Barcelona

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Acuario de Barcelona

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Parc de la Ciutadella

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Poble Espanyol

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La Pedrera

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Fundació Joan Miró

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Parc Güell

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Palau de la Música

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Museo Picasso

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MACBA

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Fuente Mágica de Montjuïc

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Casa Batlló

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Las Ramblas

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Palau Güell

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Hospital de Sant Pau

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Torre Agbar

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Port Vell

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Port Olímpic

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Maremagnum

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Plaza España

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Passeig de Gracia

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Camp Nou

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Estación de la Sagrera

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C.C. Glòries

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C.C. Diagonal Mar

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Mediterranean Sea

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El Raval

El Born

El Barrio Gótico

Gràcia

In the center of Barcelona, near Las Ramblas, a historic, mixed and cosmopolitan neighbourhood. It became a fashionable area because of its varied range of bars and modern restaurants, the presence of the MACBA and its proximity to the famous Parallel Avenue, where you can find the most prestigious theaters in Barcelona.

Characteristic for its narrow streets, artisans and chocolate, its origins date back to Roman Spain. This is one of the oldest areas from which you can quickly access any place of interest in Barcelona: Las Ramblas, Port Vell and Plaça Reial.

La Barceloneta

This neighbourhood of fishers is one of the most emblematic ones in Barcelona. Located at the beach and with a great nightlife, it is composed of small buildings with narrow staircases keeping the charm of its old buildings.

El Poblenou

In the center of this area is the Rambla del Poblenou, where you will find several terraces to sit back and enjoy this area of the city. Poblenou is one of the safest areas in the city, surrounded by thee Villa Olimpica & Diagonal Mar neighbourhoods. The area is very commercial and has several supermarkets, shops, stores, leisure centers, restaurants and the beach is only 5 minutes by foot.

L’Eixample

L’Eixample occupies the space between the Old Town and the former villages of Sants, Gracia and Sant Andreu. Its urban form is characterized by its perpendicular streets which divide the neighbourhood in. It is basically divided into two areas: Eixample Dret & Eixample Esquerre, right and left, where we find the main modernist buildings like the Casa Batllo, La Pedrera and La Sagrada Familia.

This bohemian district is 2 minutes walking from the Santa Caterina Market, the Cathedral and the Palau de la Musica. You can also walk to the church of Santa Maria del Mar, the Gothic Quarter and the famous Ramblas. This neighbourhood is characterized by its narrow streets, small squares and charming corners.

The ancient village Gracia is now a very popular area due to its nightlife. It hosts a large number of small boutiques and a variety of bars and restaurants. Many students live there and there is a community of artists, actors, musicians, photographers and designers who contribute to the bohemian atmosphere characteristic of this place.

Diagonal Mar & the Fórum

Diagonal Mar is a large urban development project located where Avenue Diagonal Barcelona meets the sea. This ambitious project includes residential buildings, shopping centers, hotels, offices and a public park. There is the Park Forum, which hosts major events every year.

Plaza España

The Plaza España of Barcelona is one of the most important squares in the Catalan capital. It was built for the International Exposition of 1929. It houses the Fira de Barcelona (main exhibitions and conferences venue) and the famous Magic Fountain of Montjuic.

Les Corts

This area was a former village that was annexed to Barcelona. It currently contains the stadium of FC Barcelona’s famous Nou Camp. In addition, this area is characterized by being a residential area and having a wide commercial offer.

La Villa Olímpica See page 5.

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Camp Nou Experience

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utbol Club Barcelona has as of today the title of best team in the world, which has earned it many fans worldwide. One of the favorite activities of FC Barcelona’s fans is to visit the famous Nou Camp stadium, which has a capacity of 98,787 spectators. This visit is called Camp Nou Experience and includes a tour to the facilities, the museum and a multimedia space , including an audio guide. Activities last between an hour and a half and two hours. Visiting the museum you will learn the team history, their victories and even see the real cup awards they’ve won. While visiting the facilities you will walk through the gallery, press room, locker rooms, players’ tunnel, among other interesting places. In addition, you can visit the FCBotiga, the official merchandise store of Barça.

Hours: ·Mon to Sat (from 29/03 to 3/10): 10am to 8pm. Tour Camp Nou is open until one hour before the closing of the Museum. The rest of the year museum hours are from 10am to 6:30pm. ·Sundays and Holidays (all year long) 10am a 2:30pm. Tour Camp Nouis open until one hour before the closing of the Museum. · Jan 1 & 6, Dec 25 Museum and Camp Nou Tour are closed. Dec 31 10am to 2:30pm. ·Museum: On game days the stadium closes 3 hours before the game and re-opens 1:30 hour before the game. On champions league game days the stadium closes at 3pm. ·Tour Camp Nou: On game days the stadium closes 4 hours before the game. On champions league game days there is no Camp Nou Tour. ·FC Botiga (tienda): Mon to Sat 10am to 8:30pm. Sun & holidays 10am to 2:30pm. Game days: until beginning of the game.

Location & Prices: Metro: L5 Collblanc / Badal, L3 Les Corts / María Cristina / Palau Reial, Zona Universitària. Camp Nou experience tickets: Available at the museum’s ticket office or on the internet. Prices: Adult: 19€; Children 6 to 13 y.o.: 15,50€; Reduced*: 15,50€. Associates & children under 6 y.o.: free Entrance.

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for the games: www.fcbarcelona.cat www.ticketmaster.es www.servicaixa.es

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