The local tourism offices provide a wealth of information, and often can mail English-language brochures to your home address for help in the planning process. It is also a good idea to visit the tourism office of every locality to get maps, brochures and helpful advice.
Turisme de Barcelona
Turisme de Barcelona has numerous offices, with locations at Pla. Catalunya, Sants Railway Station, Infopista Montseny (on motorway AP7/E15), Columbus Monument, Pla. Sant Jaume, Barcelona Airport and the Sagrada Família.
Girona Tourist Office
Calle Rambla de la Libertat,
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