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Fly from CNY3,421 to Barcelona: Travel on a Budget

Travel on a Budget: Barcelona


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Barcelona with its vibrant food scene, unique architecture, great Mediterranean weather, beautiful beaches, and one of the best nightlife in Europe should be part of everyone’s itineraries. Our travel on a budget will help you to plan your trip and provide you some useful tips to get the best out of your time in the city.

1)    Getting There


 -      By plane

 Barcelona-El Prat, with several terminals, is located 16 kilometers south of the city. Barcelona can also be reached by transport links from other regional airports, including Girona, Reus and Lleida -Alguaire.

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2)    Where to Stay

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Barcelona offers a wide range of accommodation. Now, with Ctrip save up to 30% on Eurpean hotels. Here are some hotels with great deals we think you may like:

1) Hotel Condado

Ctrip deal: USD84 (29%OFF)

With a stay at Condado, you’ll be centrally located in Barcelona, steps from Casa Comalat and minutes from Casa Sayrach. This hotel is close to Casa Batllo and Sagrada Familia.

2) Acta Atrium Palace Hotel

Ctrip deal: USD141 (24%OFF)

Respecting the elements of the original building of 1888, this hotel’s modern decor in soft lines contrasts with the classicism of the façade and atrium. The variety and quality of the hotel facilities are among the best in its category: swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, gym, meeting room, business center with free entry.

 3) Mandarin Oriental Barcelona

Ctrip deal: USD605 (26%OFF)

Enjoying a central location on the prestigious Passeig de Gracia, Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona is perfectly situated for all of the city’s major attractions. Surrounded by the city’s finest shopping, dining and cultural venues. Minutes away from Gaudi’s famous Casa Batlló. Within walking distance of Las Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter.

 

3)    Where to Eat

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Its gastronomic heritage is part of the Mediterranean Diet, which was awarded Intangible Cultural Heritage status by UNESCO in 2010.

-      Tapas

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Spain is famous for their tapas. Tapas are mini portions of single dishes meant to be snacked on in bars/restaurants. In some parts of Spain, tapas are actually free as long as you’re buying drinks.

-      Sea food paella

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Seafood paella (and seafood in general) is very popular in Barcelona since the city is located on the coast.  Paella is actually native to Valencia, another Catalan-speaking, but Catalans have adopted it in their own way.

-      Our favorite restaurants on a budget

Les Truites

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Opened in 1985, here you can try simple culinary works of art here such as caviar, crab or smoked salmon omelettes. There are even omelettes for dessert: try the cherry and banana creation.

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Choose your midday meal at your leisure: six dishes, of which you can pick two, with no restrictions on which comes first or second, with a lovely glass of wine and fantastic desserts at the incredibly low price of €10.



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