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Paris, Rome, Venice, and Barcelona are among the top-visited destinations in Europe. Beyond the Old World, New York City, Toronto and Whistler await shopping, dining and skiing enthusiasts, as well as businessmen and students. Quality accommodation is always in demand, and nowadays travellers have the freedom to choose not only hotels, but also apartment rentals.
Conveniently located and fully furnished, apartments of Sweet Home Abroad are excellently suited for short-term rentals and could be your next great vacation! All apartments are meant for travellers looking for comfort and independence regardless of their activities of interest. Beach lovers could opt for an apartment rental in Israel or rent a villa in Spain. Lovers of outdoor winter activities like skiing and snowboarding will find Whistler, located in Canada, a great destination: the co-host of Winter Olympic Games in 2010, Whistler is perfectly equipped to provide you with great skiing and riding trails, impeccable customer service and top-notch long-term accommodation. History and culture buffs will enjoy a great selection of accommodation we offer in Paris, Prague, Madrid, and, of course, Barcelona.
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Money in Barcelona

Cash and currency exchange
If you are used to debit and credit cards, you are fine in Barcelona, as cards are accepted practically everywhere. Although cash is not the most vital thing to have here, it is a good idea to have some on hand upon arrival to pay for taxi to reach your hotel or apartment. A taxi ride from the airport to the center of Barcelona typically costs about 27-30 euros.

If your flight has not arrived too late in the evening, you can exchange money right at the airport, but prepare yourself for a draconian commission charge, the amount of which is often difficult to calculate until the transaction is finalized. The same goes to currency exchange offices on La Rambla.

The most convenient and money-saving option is to have your debit or credit card with you in Barcelona and use it to withdraw money from ATMs with minimal charges.

Credit cards
Credit cards are accepted in all stores, restaurants, museums, at rail stations and subway stops. You may be asked to show a photo ID that certifies that the card belongs to you, but that does not happen often. We recommend to make a copy of your passport pages and carry it with you instead of the actual document. Barcelona is a permanently festive city in which it is too easy to relax and to lose sight of your belongings.

You can round up the taxi charge and tip your taxi driver some change. He will be grateful, although it is completely normal not to tip cabbies at all. In restaurants and cafes it is customary to tip 1-2 euros for a 30-50 euro dinner. Contrary to the Canadian and American tipping mores, 15% of the sum of the bill is not required.

Spain is not an expensive country to live in (if, of course, you are not investing into a villa in Costa del Sol). Dinner at a restaurant on Passeig de GrГ cia will cost you 40-45 euros on average, a taxi ride within central Barcelona could be 9-10 euros. If you go grocery shopping and spend 30 euros, you will not have to leave your apartment for a few days. 500 euros worth of clothes will chock-full your luggage with stylish garments. In spite of all these low prices, Spanish groceries and services are of outstanding quality.

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