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.
Barcelona, Spain (PRWEB) September 30, 2014
There’s an old saying that the blind can’t lead the blind, and representatives with Barcelona Budget say that the advice it is now providing on its website will indeed empower travelers with solid information about traveling to Barcelona, Spain.
“People like to feel like they have a pretty good idea of what to expect once they actually travel to their destination,” said Raul Fattore, owner and spokesperson for Barcelona Budget. “The advice we’re sharing will take them in the right direction.”
Barcelona Budget, According to Fattore, was born to address the lack of practical, useful information available for the budget traveler.
With Barcelona Budget those who visit the website, will be able to plan their trip by doing the most while keeping their spending to the minimum.
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 website.
“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.
The spokesman explained that Barcelona Budget will provide information on attractions, transportation, accommodations, shopping and general information.
For example, when it comes to attractions, the website provides information about attractions, such as Barcelona's top five of all time:
Sagrada Familia, a wonder of architecture that has spanned 130 years, is still being built and is a marvel to behold. Being under the project supervision of the famed architect Antoni Gaudi, it is a national treasure. Its interior was finished in 2010 and its intended completion is 2026.
Camp Nou, is simply a spectacle to behold of pure football and an amazing sea of people like you will never again experience. As the world’s 3rd largest stadium and the world’s number one fans of football, the Barcelona FC is a remarkable institution in the world of sports.
Picasso Museum, as one of the most influential painter of the modern era, this is the top museum in the Barcelona area. It is dedicated to his early formative years when his family lived in Barcelona and he started his painting passion before moving to Paris.
La Rambla is often described as the heart of the city, because it is where visitors and locals alike are found strolling down the café, bars and shop strewn streets. You have not lived until experience the heartbeat of this metropolis.
Barrio Gotico as the name implies is the gothic and medieval centre of old Barcelona with parts of the old Roman walls visible and amazing ancient architecture to take your breath away.
“There are some real hidden gems in Barcelona such as Font Magica that would stand out in most other cities, but because of the wealth of attractions in Barcelona, sometimes gets overshadowed,” Fattore said.
For more information, please visit: http://www.barcelona-budget.net/faqs-barcelona-tourism/ and http://www.barcelona-budget.net/travel-tips/
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