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The main Renfe website only lists long-distance trains. The line that goes through Aiguafreda is a local line belonging to Rodalies to Catalunya, operated by the national Renfe but administered by the Catalan government. You can find information about it on the Renfe Rodalies Barcelona (Barcelona suburbs) web page. The line you want is R3, starting in ...


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Doesn't look like it. I can't find a reference anywhere, like you, and even a sample route on Rome2Rio from Barcelona to Aiguafreda takes you to Sant Marti de Centelles. Foursquare also has no comments for the station that I can find, and wikitravel and wikivoyage also only mention it on other pages. So while it's not a certainty, if it's actually in use, ...


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OK, It's called the Hite Crossing Bridge, and a Street View shot is available at this link that best matches the angle you have. It confused me for a bit as yours is using a long lens, but you can 'walk' down the hill and confirm it's all the same rocks, and in your shot you can just make out the Hite Bridge in the background, which is certainly the one at ...


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Sounds like you're out of luck if you don't have private transport. Only the French Wikivoyage seems to have anything on the site itself, and it's basically empty, so I went hunting for past reviews or blogs. As a result, there's an excellent review on tripadvisor on the park. Unfortunately.... You may think that the park is difficult to reach, this is ...



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