How to explore Barcelona on a budget?

How to explore Barcelona on a budget?

Barcelona is busy, and there’s inevitably something to do. You require time to explore history, people and indulge into abundance of activities. If you are a ‘Value for money’ traveller, over here are some tips that can be helpful in saving extra Euros:

  • Before you begin browse Barcelona’s official tourism website (www.visitbarcelona.com) to look through events, updates, most recent happenings and all related information in and about this city. In addition, the website also offers some interesting deals and discounts on your possible activities that could be on your things to do list.
  • Get on to Barcelona’s official sightseeing, BUS TURISTIC. They provide excellent service and audio guide in 16 languages. They provide three alternative routes, with just one single ticket. This is not only cost effective but its one of the most efficient ways to explore the city.  They provide three possible routes, with just one single ticket. If you don’t step off the bus, then their journey time is 2 hours approx. per route except the Green Route, which requires 40 minutes. You can take their night bus tour too, which is a special tour (And customarily, you have to book a day in advance.) to see lit up side of Barcelona. Along the route, night bus makes a stopover at the musical fountain show. BUS TURISTIC also offers discounts on monument tickets, etc. which can help you save up to 200 Euros. Check their schedule and rates here – https://www.barcelonabusturistic.cat/en/home
  • Free Walking Tours organised by travel start-ups are best suited for a detailed sightseeing. We undertook one with Be Local Tours, and  would definitely reccomend using them. They are very informative and they offer several options like Gothic Quarter, Gaudi’s tour, etc.Their tours typically begin from Las Rambla, and their free listings are placed at every hotel. And NO THEY DON’T HAVE ANY BRANCH. You can locate them on Facebook here – https://www.facebook.com/localtoursbarcelona . They don’t levy a fee but tip is the minimum that you can do for the excellent services they offer.
  • Free sightseeing is possible  The city run museums are usually free on Sundays from 3-8pm, but do perform your own check.
  • Metro for beach hopping. Take the yellow line on the metrobeaches at the farther end are cleaner and pristine. The last stops of the metro could take you to the nude beach.
  • Stay connected for free – Every Metro stop has free wifi, and free wifi spots are equally available around the city, so getting online isn’t difficult.
    If you are planning to travel in a cab, think twice, check map and then decide as Barcelona is a very walkable city.

 

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