Barcelona, Spain (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
According to a recent study by Nielsen Research, more than 90 percent of consumers log onto the Internet in search of information before making a decision to make a purchase or book a trip, and thanks to the new blog that Barcelona Budget (http://www.barcelona-budget.net) has added to its website, site visitors now have the ability to get the content and information they need to make wise decisions while planning their trip to Barcelona in Spain.
“Information is power and with our recently added blog we’re giving that power to those who visit our website’s blog,” said Raul Fattore, owner and spokesperson for Barcelona Budget.
The newly added blog features topics, such as: 10 Trip-Saving Tips for Things to Do in Barcelona; A Travel Guide to Barcelona for Budget Trvelers; The Barcelona Beach Guide; All You Need to Know About Sightseeing Tours in Barcelona; Newly Reopened Medieval Shipyards and more.
Fattore explained that Barcelona Budget, along with its blog, addresses the lack of practical, useful information available for the budget traveler to Barcelona.
No matter if you are going to visit Barcelona for the first time, or you are a frequent traveler or even if you are visiting the city for business purposes, Barcelona Budget’s main goal is to help those who visit the city save time and money.
“Barcelona Budget will provide you with valuable information regarding the cost of the various activities and services, as well as reveal some insider “secrets” that most of the travel guides don't tell you about,” Fattore said.
For more information, please visit: http://www.barcelona-budget.net/barcelona-attractions/ and http://www.barcelona-budget.net/things-to-do-in-barcelona/.
About Barcelona Budget
There are many websites about Barcelona and some of them contain inaccurate information, while others are a jumble of unordered content which makes it practically impossible to plan your trip.
Barcelona Budget was created by Raul Fattore, resident of Barcelona, a frequent traveler, and tourist advisor at the Barcelona Tourist Office.
Source: Barcelona Budget