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#1 Posted : Monday, June 2, 2014 5:11:48 PM(UTC)
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Welcome to our website!

Ask your help in planning the route and if possible to get answers to some questions.

My brother and I are planning a trip for a week in Spain at the very beginning of August. The plan is to land in Barcelona, to sleep there overnight and travel to the Pyrenees, up to 3 days trekking back to Barcelona for two days and return to Earth.

I wanted to know if you have any recommendations for up to 3 days because we're really short on time. Extreme pathway (not too much), and breathtaking mountains and lakes. That will be suitable in terms of weather and in terms of travelling to Barcelona.

And some other questions:

How to get from Barcelona to track? Buses- Shuttles? And how?

How to making reservations for cabins? Is there a central site?

If you can recommend sites that are relevant to the information centres (except this site of course:))

Many thanks!

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#2 Posted : Monday, June 2, 2014 6:44:38 PM(UTC)
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Public transport in Catalonia, not to say the least. Known to gobble your parks day less in them then you might want to go for a different Greece to go towards the closest to Barcelona and stroll around Porto site name poimorns and is just three hours away from Barcelona, France 5 km after you've crossed the line, every ski resort in the summer becomes bike tours site, and so I think that the only option recognized me as possible. Then you left enough time to Barcelona Girona pigras kdeks Rosas Costa Brava Montserrat raveh and port lligat. direction and be interested, take the links:

Http://www.entremontanas.com/travesias/col-puymorens-lago-de-lanos.asp

This link is for cyclists bicycle road route.

Http://www.rocobike.com/altimetria.php?ps=3&id=11

Webcams from:

Http://www.lespyrenees.net/es/station,24,Porte-Puymorens.html

Accommodation in:

Http://www.map- -66760/france.com/Porte-Puymorens

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, June 3, 2014 2:48:03 PM(UTC)
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Another option is probably much prettier but happens during poaigsarda because there's no direct way near Puerto poimorns there is a cry of a pet:

Vall de Nuria Valley

Getting there by train by the site is 1, dekt if plan a good experience prbriot trains, it's not really simple, but worth to try something this train:

Http://www.valldenuria.com/website_valldenuria/eng/nuria_comarribar.asp

Edited by user Tuesday, June 3, 2014 3:04:11 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#4 Posted : Tuesday, June 3, 2014 3:33:34 PM(UTC)
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After digging and digging on the net is the connection between GR11 requested for VAL DE NURIA

Http://www.haroldstreet.org.uk/other/?p=213

Here you'll find the Trek.

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