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Barcelona: Montjuïc Funicular











City: Barcelona
Community: Catalonia
Set: Montjuïc Funicular





Following next, a brief of the Montjuïc Funciular, who connects the network of the Metro of Barcelona directly with the Montjuïc Castle. At the end of the set, as always, I include a video who also contains stuff from the Tramways of the city.



























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Before going to the last set of Barcelona and continuing with Andorra and other spanish cities, here's the train trip between El Prat International Airport and Sants Station:





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Barcelona: El Prat International Airport











City: Barcelona
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Set: El Prat International Airport





El Prat is an international airport located 12 km southwest of the centre of Barcelona. It is the second largest and busiest airport in Spain, and the seventh busiest in Europe. In 2018, Barcelona Airport handled a record 50.2 million passengers, up 6.1% from 2017. It is a hub for Level and Vueling, and a focus city for Air Europa, Iberia, EasyJet, Norwegian and Ryanair. The Barcelona–Madrid air shuttle service, known as the "Puente Aéreo", was the world's busiest route until 2008, with the highest number of flight operations (971 per week) in 2007. The schedule has been reduced since February 2008, when a Madrid–Barcelona high-speed rail line was opened, covering the distance in 2 hours 30 minutes, and quickly became popular.











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Spain: Trains of Renfe





Before going to Andorra within the next days, this is a quick view at some of the trains and locomotives of Renfe (the railways company of the State) in different spanish stations:


























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