Neri Hotel & Restaurante Getting there
Fly with EasyJet (www.easyjet.com) or Spanair (www.spanair.com) to Barcelona Airport, a 20-minute drive to central Barcelona. A taxi from the airport to Plaça St Jaume (which is as close as you can get by car to the hotel) will cost around €25. There’s also a half-hourly Aerobus service which connects the airport with the city centre (hop out at Plaça Catalunya), and a train runs between Terminal A and Barcelona every 30 minutes (€3 for a single ticket).
Within Barcelona, there’s an extensive metro and bus system; to explore outside the city, take the train to Madrid, Valencia, Zaragoza or Bilbao from Barcelona’s main railway station, Estació de Sants.
Walking is the best way to explore the narrow, Gothic streets surrounding the hotel, but there’s room for cars at the several public carparks if you do decide to drive. If you’re coming from France, take the AP-7 from the French border down to Barcelona. Driving from Madrid will take a bit longer: six hours on the A2, via Zaragoza.