Placa Catalunya Barcelona Spain
Tourism in historical monuments of Barcelona
(Barcelona): the second most important Spanish city after Madrid.
Area, which is the first tourist city in Spain, and is one of the most beautiful cities in Spain and Europe
And it is a city suitable for all groups ((youth – children – family – honeymoon))
The minimum stay in Barcelona is 3 days, and the maximum stay is 5 days for grooms – and 7 days for the maximum family or youth
It is not recommended to use the car.
In the morning and afternoon, my dear visitor will visit the famous sights of Barcelona. The tour will start from Plaza Catalunya.
Where you visit the ancient monuments and the old quarter, which was designed in the Gothic architectural style and see the city square
Then you complete your tour to the sports arenas and see the towering mountains that overlook the magnificent view across the port in addition to visiting the sports stadium
In addition to visiting a Spanish village where you get to know the rural life and the style of the ancient monuments
On the way back, you will stop at Hard Rock Café in order to have hot drinks. (370 riyals per person)
As for the move from Barcelona to:
Travel by Train 7 hours, Flight 50 minutes
- San Sebastian:
Travel by Train 6 hours, Flight 50 minutes
Travel by Train 13 hours, Flight 1 hour and 15 minutes
Travel by Train 4 hours, Flight 1 hour
3 and a half or 9-hour Cruise, 45 minutes Flight
, 1 hour and 15 minutes Flight.
- Girona and Tarragona:
Travel by Train 1 hour
- Canary Islands:
Flight 3 hours and 30 minutes
The square is also one of Barcelona’s most important transport hubs, both above and underground.
The original Barcelona metro line in Barcelona, known as Gran Metro, had Plaça Catalunya as one of its termini. It went to become the current green line, L3, operated by TMB. It’s also served by two FGC lines.
- Bus 9 Pl. Catalunya – Pg. Zona Franca
- Bus 14 Vil·la Olímpica – Pg. Bonanova
- Bus 16 Urquinaona – Pg. Manuel Girona
- Bus 17 Barceloneta – Av. Jordà
- Bus 24 Av. Paral·lel – Carmel
- Bus 28 Pl. Catalunya – Carmel
- Bus 41 Pl. Francesc Macià – Diagonal Mar
- Bus 42 Pl. Catalunya – Santa Coloma
- Bus 55 Parc de Montjuïc – Plaça Catalana
- Bus 58 Pl. Catalunya – Av. Tibidabo
- Bus 59 Pg. Marítim – Plaça Reina Maria Cristina
- Bus 66 Pl. Catalunya – Sarrià
- Bus 67 Pl. Catalunya – Cornellà
- Bus 68 Pl. Catalunya – Cornellà
- Bus 141 Av. Mistral – Barri del Besòs
Barcelona’s night bus is known as Nitbus and most of its lines serve Plaça Catalunya:
- N1 Zona Franca (Mercabarna) – Pl. Catalunya – Roquetes (Aiguablava)
- N2 Av. Carrilet – Pl. Catalunya – Badalona (Montigalà)
- N3 Collblanc – Montcada i Reixac
- N4 Via Favència – Pl. Catalunya – Gran Vista
- N5 Pl. Catalunya – Gran Vista
- N6 Barcelona (Roquetes) – Santa Coloma (Oliveres)
- N7 Pl. Pedralbes – Pl. Llevant (Fòrum)
- N8 Can Caralleu – Santa Coloma (Can Franquesa)
- N9 Pl. Portal de la Pau – Tiana (Edith Llaurador)
- N11 Barcelona (Pl. Catalunya) – H. Can Ruti
Airports in Catalonia are owned and operated by Aena (a Spanish Government entity) except two airports in Lleida which are operated by Aeroports de Catalunya (an entity belonging to the Government of Catalonia).
Administrative divisions of Catalonia
Administrative divisions of Catalonia
Catalonia is organized territorially into provinces, further subdivided into comarques and municipalities. The 2006 Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia establishes the administrative organization of three local authorities: vagueries, marques, and municipalities.
Catalonia has divided administratively into four provinces, the governing body of which is the Provincial Deputation (Catalan: Diputació Provincial, Spanish: Diputación Provincial). The four provinces and their populations are:
- Province of Barcelona: 5,507,813 population
- Province of Girona: 752,026 population
- Province of Lleida: 439,253 population
- Province of Tarragona: 805,789 population
Comarques (singular: “comarca”) are entities composed of the municipalities to manage their responsibilities and services. The current regional division has its roots in a decree of the Generalitat de Catalunya of 1936, in effect until 1939, when it was suppressed by Franco. In 1987 the Government adopted the territorial division again and in 1988 three new comarques were added (Alta Ribagorça, Pla d’Urgell, and Pla de l’Estany), and in 2015 was created another comarca, the Moianès. At present, there are 41. Every comarca is administered by a commercial council (Consell commercial).
The Val d’Aran (Aran Valley), until 2015 considered as a comarca, is officially defined today as a “unique territorial entity”, has a special status and its autonomous government is named Conselho General d’Aran.
There are at present 948 municipalities (municipal) in Catalonia. Each municipality is run by a council (ayuntamiento) elected every four years by the residents in local elections. The council consists of a number of members (regidors) depending on the population, who elect the mayor (alcalde or batlle). Its seat is the town hall (ayuntamiento, casa de la Ciutat or casa de la vila).
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