Sitges is a Barcelonaâ€™s municipality, located next to the Garraf’s natural park, on the seaside at about forty kilometers far from Barcelona.
Worldwildy famous for its Film festival, first fantasy festival in the world and the one with the most mediatic impact in Catalonia, it is also known to be a gay-friendly city.
Between its beautiful 17 sand beaches, its interesting monuments and museums, Sitges is perfect for a weekend break in family or with your half!
Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla Church
The Romantic Museum
XatÃ³, a typical meal
Hot to get to Sitges
You can take the R2 train from differents Barcelonaâ€™s railway stations: Estacion de FranÃ§a, Passeig de Gracia and Sants. The train’s final destination is Vilanova i la Geltru or St VincenÃ§, have a look at this names to understand the correct way to get to Sitges.
Single Ticket: 3,80â‚¬
The journey is about 46 minutes long from Estacion de FranÃ§a, 37 from Passeig de Gracia and 30 from Sants EstaciÃ³.
Trains runs more or less every twenty minutes, anyway check here the correct timetable.
Buses, called MonBus, leaves from PlaÃ§a Espanya and Ronda Universitat.
The journey leasts 55minutes from Ronda Universitat and 45 from PlaÃ§a Espanya.
You also have nightbuses (NitBus): N30, N31 and N32. They run from PlaÃ§a Catalunya, PlaÃ§a Espanya and Ronda Universitat.
They are quicker than MonBus (35 minutes) because they go directly from Barcelona to Sitges.
Single Ticket: 3,75â‚¬
Check the timetable here!
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Riding our 125cc (the 50cc canâ€™t go on the hightway), admire landscapes on the road and enjoy the sea air! Faster, quicker and funnier!