BARCELONA
Barcelona is the Cataluña’s capital. It's a mediterrean city and it has  Roman Medieval neighborhoods  and modern buidings...
When the old town became overpopulated in the mid-19th century, the city expanded inland, north of Plaça Catalunya. The st...
MUSEUMS RESTAURANTS HOTELS   STADIUMS In Barcelona,  You can go to...
is the only museum in Europe devoted exclusively to Pre-Columbian cultures. Its collection is one of the finest of its kin...
Barcelona-España
The transports In Barcelona The underground The bus Taxis Outside Barcelona Train Ship Plane   Tourist transport Tourist b...
Transports Going around the city may be easier by bus. A lot of bus are made, with special access, for disabled. You can r...
Restaurants * Restaurant: 23  : (Carrer de Princesa 23) The menu has a array of three entries, principals plates, desserts...
Accommodation 5 STAR HOTELS :  * Eurostars Hotel Gran Marina de Barcelona:  Near the  Polt Vell. The Customer Service is F...
 
We choose Barcelona because we thinks that Barcelona is one of the most visited cities. It has a lot of varied tourist att...
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  1. 1. BARCELONA
  2. 2. Barcelona is the Cataluña’s capital. It's a mediterrean city and it has Roman Medieval neighborhoods and modern buidings. *The UNESCO declared it World Heritage site . *The city preserves the historical and artistic heriage. *The popular culture has its manifestations in the town. For example The holiday of the Mercé, The Neighborhoods of Grácia, Sants or Poblenou. *Barcelona has Pedestrian streets in the old neighborhoods, green spaces and a great Waterfront. *You can buy stuffs in the municipal markets, galleries of arts, Fashionable houses, etc.
  3. 3. When the old town became overpopulated in the mid-19th century, the city expanded inland, north of Plaça Catalunya. The streets of the new suburb, called L'Eixample, or "The Extension", were laid out in a grid pattern. As Barcelona expanded further north, more new neighborhoods were built. Villages disappeared within the city boundaries and new districts like the charming Gràcia, Les Corts, Sarrià and Hortà-Guinardò appeared up in the hills. It was begun in 1298 on the site of an old Roman building, of which a few stone reliefs are still preserved at the northeast doorway. By 1448 it was completed except for the main facade and the dome, which were added in 1898 and 1913. The layout of the Barcelona’s cathedral is rather unusual: the apse and altar area lie to the southeast whilst the main facade faces northwest. *Spanish is the national language of Spain. Barcelona's old town, or Ciutat Vella, is the heart of the city
  4. 4. MUSEUMS RESTAURANTS HOTELS STADIUMS In Barcelona, You can go to...
  5. 5. is the only museum in Europe devoted exclusively to Pre-Columbian cultures. Its collection is one of the finest of its kind The collection is structured around the human groups, which inhabited the territory between Meso America and South America before the arrival of the Spanish. Museum Barbier-Mueller d'Art Precolombí Phone: +34 93 3197603 This museum is the oldest in the city. It opened in 1882 as the Museu Martorell because a geologist, Francesc Martorell, donated his collection to found it. There's also an interesting collection of minerals and palaeontology that includes fossilized plants and animals more than 120 million years old from Spain and other parts of Europe. you can visit the museum and other attractions.
  6. 6. Barcelona-España
  7. 7. The transports In Barcelona The underground The bus Taxis Outside Barcelona Train Ship Plane Tourist transport Tourist bus Ropeways Cableways For disable
  8. 8. Transports Going around the city may be easier by bus. A lot of bus are made, with special access, for disabled. You can recognize them because it has the international symbol on the external bus. If you have a problem with the bus and you need a taxi. You can call Taxi Amic S.L. Carrer Taulat 24 08005 Barcelona T elephone: (0034) 93 420 8088. (For disabled) Of you have wheelchair, don't worry. Almost all streets have ramps . You can have a special map, you can find it at : Institut Municipal de Disminuits Fisics Avenue Diagonal, 233, 1 er, Barcelona, España Telephone: 0034 934 132 775
  9. 9. Restaurants * Restaurant: 23 : (Carrer de Princesa 23) The menu has a array of three entries, principals plates, desserts and beverage choice. *Restaurante Attic: (120 Las Ramblas ) It combines the Spanish food with European Foods. It has a great view. *Casa Lizarriturry: (Castellnou, 37 Barcelona 08034 ) The fishes and the wines are excellents! The owner speaks English.
  10. 10. Accommodation 5 STAR HOTELS : * Eurostars Hotel Gran Marina de Barcelona: Near the Polt Vell. The Customer Service is First class. *Hotel Arts : is one of the most popular hotels of the city. It offers a modern housing. * Hotel Palace: It’s near the pedestrian street . It’s a right place to explore the town.
  11. 12. We choose Barcelona because we thinks that Barcelona is one of the most visited cities. It has a lot of varied tourist attractions Like : *The Parc D’atraccions tibidabo. *Hostal Levante. *Flamenco show Barcelona. *Flamenco Shop Barcelona. *The Picasso Museum. *The Parc Güell, and others… It's a good option if you want to travel, or simply go on holiday. “ You have choose : Barcelona”. It's a very beautiful city with nice people . AGUERO, Marcelo. BRITES FLORES, Ludmila Fabiana. GIMENEZ, Erika Andrea. RODRIGUEZ, Alejandro Nahuel.

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