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Annika Leo
Malmö, Sweden
10 June 2014
Eat and drink not on the Rambla.
Stayed in Ramblas Mata 0-1
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Weber Elvira
Ulm, Germany
04 June 2014
Metro 10 class card cheap lunch menus (especially in the Veggie Garden - vegan restaurant) no bad experience
Stayed in Monumental III
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Hélène Briend
Pessac, France
02 June 2014
do not take the subway but a bike
Stayed in Catedral Joaquim E-1
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Palle Klante
Bielefeld, Germany
31 May 2014
Never go to the big tourist places to eat ;)
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Franco Pellegrini
Noale, Italy
23 May 2014
Tickets to casa batlo, casa pedrera, etc are really too ... but how do you not get? :-)
Stayed in Sardenya Beach
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Gerda Kooistra
Groningen, Netherlands
20 May 2014
rent an apartment so you can cook yourself a number of days. Taxi drivers can you light up. So our driver drove a pretty end to end, because he was probably too short our ride.
Stayed in Born
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Maria Os
Ridderkerk, Netherlands
15 May 2014
Do not eat on the Ramblas but go behind the Ramblas in the alleys and streets. There you will find cosy small restaurants with good food for little money.
Stayed in Catedral Joaquim E-3
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Rossana Tomas
La Valle Agordina, Italy
14 May 2014
There is the choice of shops and supermarkets for all budgets. For travel by public transportation card Council Hola BCN. Eating on the fly saziandosi and paying a little durum (sandwich with vegetables and falafel) at the many shops of Arab food scattered everywhere in the city.
Stayed in Guinardó Attic
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Salvatore Carboni
Alghero, Italy
12 May 2014
If you are in an apartment ask + near supermarket to shop (on the Rambla there is a large and provided Carrefour. If you can avoid those small supermarkets run by Indians as they are a little expensive, but in case of need are useful too. Sfiziosissimo eat inside the Boqueria.
Stayed in Catedral Joaquim 5-2
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Edwin Korthout
Udenhout, Netherlands
11 May 2014
also not book in advance no transportation, to and from the airport. We have everything done with a T-10 card, ideal and cheap.
Stayed in Expo I
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Malin Behlander
Lidköping, Sweden
07 May 2014
Buy flerdagarsbiljett for public transport
Stayed in Barberà Ramblas I
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Cas Meijer
Wageningen, Netherlands
04 May 2014
multi-day public transport map
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Bruno Victoor
Bavikhove, Belgium
04 May 2014
There is a very smooth train connection between El Prat Airport and the Centre of Barcelona. Klokvast rides a train every half hour in both directions for a reasonable price (4.30 euros). The stops in the town are connected to the numerous metro stations. Each apartment is within walking distance (10 min.). Unnecessary to spend money on the much more expensive taxis.
Stayed in Muntanya Gaudi I
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Rey Marie-pascale
Romeyer, France
02 May 2014
t10 metro map
Stayed in Prunera Montjuïc
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Alexander Chaves
Bogota, Colombia
01 May 2014
As these in your apartment you can save money with food, there is a carrefour very close
Stayed in Xuclà - Rambla
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Manfred Melchner
Königstein, Germany
29 April 2014
Barcelona card is a good investment
Stayed in Lillet Camp Nou II
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Claudio Amalberti
Vallecrosia, Italy
28 April 2014
If you have an apartment shopping in different supermarkets-markets
Stayed in Lepant Glories
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Chikako Yamamoto
Tokyo, Japan
28 April 2014
And make your own breakfast as fun. So much fun to shop in the market want a bakery I also abound. Ham and cheese are cheap and it is delicious! Also, dining on Las Ramblas Street are not expensive and delicious as one enters the road, the better. Rip-off shop no menu in the shop so watch out.
Stayed in Sitges
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Delia Olivieri
Tempio Pausania, Italy
24 April 2014
We have saved by dining at home
Stayed in Lillet Camp Nou I
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Katarzyna Jandzis
Rzeszow, Poland
22 April 2014
The cheapest is to Cook yourself, after previous purchases in stores. Does not pay to buy in small private "Mercatach", this is different from warzywniakami, where you can buy good and cheap.
Stayed in Monumental II
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Hans Gorcum
Dalfsen, Netherlands
15 April 2014
Once eat at home
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Anastasia Petrov
Chisinau, Moldavia
10 March 2014
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Stayed in Lillet Camp Nou I
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Irene Hrimfei
Malmö, Sweden
26 February 2014
Buy a T10 ticket at the metro. It's the cheapest and best ticket to share. As soon as you enter a metro a new trip is made (changes inside a metro does not count).
Stayed in Lillet Camp Nou I
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Daniela Zuffetti
Bergamo, Italy
09 February 2014
I recommend the tourists to buy a T-10 ticket for moving around the city .It allows you to save a lot of money and time.
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Giorgia Forzan
Padova, Italy
05 February 2014
for public transport is fine the T10 ticket, compared to Hola NCBs and other more expensive cards. It is a city where you walk a lot. buy attraction tickets online
Stayed in Borrell Executive I
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Enrico Bindolini
Vigevano, Italy
02 February 2014
do the Barcelona card to save money
Stayed in Gran Via Corts I
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Галима Демидова
Супонево, Russia
29 January 2014
Do not go in the evening, very dysfunctional Raval district and it is unpleasant. Save on travel, in fact almost the entire City can be explored on foot, except in remote areas.
Stayed in Còrsega
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Fabio Ponti
Como, Italy
23 January 2014
Search for locations or stores not directly on las ramblas or in areas of high tourist crowds. Try a meal at any local or stand at bouqueria, where we ate excellent paella and a delicious dish of grilled fish of gigantic dimension.
Stayed in Rosselló Espanya I
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Oksana Antonova
Железнодорожный, Russia
20 January 2014
You can save time by scheduling in advance, visit the nearest metro stations or bus stops. Official sites of museums and parks. Not come across places, which you should avoid.
Stayed in Roser Paral.lel I
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Iryna Kryvda
Odessa, Ukraine
20 January 2014
I think that in Barcelona you can safely save money on services. Information is available online, and a walk to more pleasant.
Stayed in Provença Sagrada
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Francesca Addis
La Caletta, Italy
03 January 2014
Watch out for the price of bottles of water, those from 33 ml we paid between EUR 2 and half and 3. Shop supermarkets
Stayed in Catedral Joaquim 1-3
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Francesca Addis
La Caletta, Italy
03 January 2014
Do online tickets save time and money
Stayed in Catedral Joaquim 2-1
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Jeannette Borgers
Hendrik-ido-ambacht, Netherlands
09 December 2013
food in side streets of las ramblas, just as tasty, cheap
Stayed in Gaudí Pedrera II
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Jeanine Argudo
Paris, France
18 November 2013
map of metro T10; shopping at the Boqueria! eat there also. in museums ask current discounts!
Stayed in Rosselló Espanya I
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Hervé
Quincampoix , France
04 November 2013
Make reservations on the net to visit the Sagrada family because there is a huge queue very early in the morning
Stayed in Tarradellas I
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Richard Scheper
Kudelstaart, Netherlands
03 November 2013
Use the metro instead of the hop on-hop off bus. Rented car? Parking at car park for 7,-per day viajeros, incl. parking administrator who extended a particularly nice explanation about tourist points of interest in Barcelona.
Stayed in Munné Camp Nou I
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Юрий охотин
москва, Russia
01 November 2013
Rambala bullshit, there is nothing to do there and the prices are unreasonably high. 600 re for a mug of beer in summer café with a sticky, messy desk is not worth it. Or 20 euros for 6 fried shrimp. In chic restaurants, food prices are lower is better, I'm not talking about the service.
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Robert Dreścik
Stanisławice, Poland
01 November 2013
I recommend first of all traveling by Metro, stations are deployed on the most important objects which greatly saves time and strength. Very favorable is to purchase a ticket T10 (about 10 e-10 passes)-no time limit, in some people.
Stayed in Sant Pau 3-3
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Birgitte Poulsen
Havdrup, Denmark
31 October 2013
Low food though, the raw materials are fine and cheap.
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Fréddéric Lamaison
Monteux, France
27 October 2013
avoid a drink on the Ramblas and the bars around the Sagrada Familia... jokes tourists!
Stayed in Bailen Sagrada Familia
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Eric Mangiaracina
Lherm, France
23 October 2013
parking 7 EUR viajero day has 5 minutes from camp nou very easy to find and the people are super welcoming... and the best tariff for parking
Stayed in Diagonal Gaudí I
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Алла Сосновская
Кировоград, Ukraine
23 October 2013
Staying in the apartment.
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Jos Bergh
Gouda, Netherlands
23 October 2013
If you are staying in this apartment you can do a lot of walking, and you don't have to spend a lot of money to transport.
Stayed in Joan Borbón
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Laszlo Kulcsar
Budapest, Hungary
23 October 2013
The shops are completely normal price in the city centre.A few cents difference (E) compared to Carrefour.The markets are wonderful, good prices, amazing selection.
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Елена Криволесова
Лосино-Петровский, Russia
22 October 2013
To not go to extra wide places, there always take much more money
Stayed in Maiol Terrace I
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Jack Schuurmans
Oostrum, Netherlands
22 October 2013
Metro is doing good and cheap.
Stayed in Gran Via Corts I
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Kenneth Brandstrup
Hammel, Denmark
19 October 2013
Use the subway, it is safe, quick and easy. Purchase EVS. cards for several days.
Stayed in Palou
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Carina Svensson
Torsö, Sweden
07 October 2013
Has served on several different spots on football matches and it looks just as good if you sit further up on cheaper sites than on the expensive.
Stayed in Ronda Sant Antoni
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Judit Kertész
Budapest, Hungary
06 October 2013
Book tickets on-line by all means avoiding extremely long queues: Sagrada Familia (at least one week eariler), Picasso Museum. In most of the cases you can book combined tickets at reduced price. Check the online websites of the famous places to be visited in advance and also the website of the public transport company of Barcelona (TMB http://www.tmb.cat/en/home) for opening hours, discounted entrance fees).
Stayed in Boqueria Rambla IV
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Dorota Dojlida
Księżyno, Poland
05 October 2013
Ticket T-10 saves at level crossings. It can be run in a few people.
Stayed in Lillet Camp Nou I
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