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Generally the queues are very long. My wife and I have been there in March, which is absolutely not a tourist season and we still would have had to wait for up to 2.5 hours in some places, if I wouldn't have booked the tickets online. It's generally advisable to do so, print them at home and take them with you (even though most hotels offer access to ...


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I think you should look for the disabled metro map, which is easily to find on google. I would explain more but I think the image says pretty much all. You will have to zoom to read which stations have "annoying stairs" and stations with elevator. About the steps that separate the ticket barriers and the platform, you can't really know, but I highly ...


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Which Stations Are Accessible? TMB says that all the Metro network is wheelchair accessible, except for a few stations (15 out of 156). These tend to be the older/non-recently-refurbished stations. The Barcelona Metro map lists them: This website lists all the stations with lifts. Locating Lifts TMB also says that you can locate accessible stations ...


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For easy travel, maybe not fastest. (The AirBus runs 7 days of the week, however some guide books incorrectly says it does not run on a Sunday.) Take the AirBus (very well singed posted at the airport), you pay the driver, get a return ticket if using it on the way back, as it saves a bit. Get off at the last stop (Catalunya) where most people get off. ...


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La Sagrada Familia can only light up (normal lights, not the lights used for special events) from Thursday to Saturday between 20:00 and 00:00 due a decree for light pollution made by the Generalitat. I live 10 min walking from the Sagrada familia, and I can say that even if you go any day (even any from Sunday to Wednesday) at night you will be able to see ...



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