Hotel FrontAir Congress Barcelona
Carrer de les Alberedes, 16, 08830 Sant Boi de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain
About Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona is the second largest city of Spain, which itself is located at southwestern Europe. Barcelona is present in the province of Catalonia and is its capital. At its northeast, lies the Mediterranean Sea, towards its southwest lies the Lloregat river and the Besos river lies at its north. The official area of Barcelona is 170 sq. km out of which 101 sq. km is occupied. 120 km away from the border of Barcelona lies France's border.
The city contains a number of buildings of historic importance. For example, in 1450, the University of Barcelona was founded. The famous opera house, Gran Teatre del Liceu is also present in Barcelona. Other important buildings include the museums of Picasso and Miro, Maritime Museum, Museum of Catalonian Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Also, present in the city is the famously beautiful street, La Rambla and the heart of Barcelona, the Catalonia Plaza.
If you visit Barcelona and wish to see it all in a single view, there is nothing Tibidabo. Tibidabo is a mountain, 512 m in height, which overlooks Barcelona. The city also has a number of small hills that have neighborhoods developed around them. Some of these hills include Carmel, Putxet, Rovira and Montjiuic that also has a castle at its top.
In addition to the numerous hills, there are a number of parks too in Barcelona. These natural parks vary in the type of flora and fauna on display. Often students from nearby countries come to these wetlands to conduct field studies. A few examples of Barcelona's parks are Garraf and Montserrat Natural Parks that are abundant in limestone, Ebro Delta wetlands, Garrotxa Volcanic Park, Montseny with a landscape full of alpines and Vall de Nuria with its spectacular glacial topography.
All in all, Barcelona's geography makes it a very unique place and is sure to capture the attention and hearts of those who visit it.
Situated in the northeast of Spain on the Iberian coast, Barcelona enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with warm summers and cooler winters but no extremes of temperature or weather. This makes it an ideal year round destination - although this stretch of coastline is called Costa Brava because of its at times tempestuous weather, so the weather in Barcelona is less predictable than the rest of Spain.
The average daily temperature in Barcelona in July is 29°C, reaching highs of 33°C, and dropping to an average minimum of 24°C.
Barcelona El Prat Airport is located approximately 18 km from Barcelona city centre. For further information on means of transport to and from the airport please contact email@example.com
Transfer time by taxi from Barcelona El Prat Airport to the CCIB is approximately 20 minutes.
Banks & Exchange
Official opening hours of banks in Barcelona are generally from 08:30-14:00 Monday to Friday.
Most hotels, restaurants and shops in Barcelona accept major credit cards.
The power supply in Barcelona is 220/380 volts at a frequency of 50 MHz. All sockets follow European standards. To use American-type plugs, a 220-volt transformer should be used together with an adapter plug.
Shops are generally open from 09:00-13:00 and from 15:00-19:00 on weekdays and from 09:00-13:00 on Saturdays. There are also a number of shopping centres which are usually open until 22:00-24:00.
TaxisTaxis are reasonably priced and are run on a meter. Taxis can be found at clearly marked taxi ranks or you can call one.