Trains in Spain are a convenient way to travel, with companies offering a variety of domestic and international train routes. Most trains to Barcelona arrive at the city's Sants Train Station, which is located in the Sants district, to the west of the Gothic Quarter and south-west of the Eixample. It may also be possible to alight at suburban stations like l'Hospitalet de Llobregat (to the west) or Barcelona-Sant Andreu Comtal (for eastern districts). Trains to Barcelona from other Spanish cities are operated by the national train company, Renfe, while French national firm SNCF runs a TGV service from Paris as well. Barcelona Sants Station is well connected to other parts of the city. Metro Line 3 (green) takes passengers into the Gothic Quarter as well as Montjuic for the Olympic site. Line 3 or Line 5 will take you to the Nou Camp to watch FC Barcelona, and Line 5 also passes through Gracia and Eixample, where many of the city's hotels can be found. The Metro runs until 12 on weekdays and all night at weekends.
An average meal in a restaurant in Barcelona costs 7.2% more than in the rest of the country.
Prices in Barcelona are on average 4.8% higher than in the other cities in Spain.
Public transport in Barcelona costs around 47.9% more than national average.
A night in a hotel in Barcelona is about 52% more expensive on average than in the rest of Spain.
With its wildly imaginative architecture, superb restaurants, world-class football team and Mediterranean climate, Barcelona is the ideal destination for a relaxing city break. Architecture is one of the great attractions of the city, with the works of Antonio Gaudi taking centre stage. Tour the Sagrada Familia, Parc Guell and Gaudi's town houses, as well as the medieval streets of the Barri Gotic. Barcelona is also a sporting city, and visitors can tour the site of the 1992 Olympics or catch some Champions League Football. For others, there are fantastic artistic attractions such as museums dedicated to big names like Picasso and Joan Miro, as well as the superb Museum of Catalan Art. On top of that, the funfair at Mount Tibidabo may be Europe's most spectacular, with stunning views across the city.
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