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I've won an InterRail GlobalPass 15 days continuous and I couldn't be more excited - it's already so much fun just thinking about the various routes possible!
My trip won't start until the beginning of September since I have to work until the end of August, but I figured: the earlier, the better. Also, I don't have to make any bookings right now but it can't be bad to get some second opinions beforehand on where to travel, what to do and how to organize.
So what's the deal?
I always wanted to go to Portugal, for no other reason than imagining it (sparked by films, photographies and the accounts of others) to be really beautiful.
I was thinking about flying to a city a bit closer to Portugal than Vienna (where I live right now) to make the most of the fifteen days. Since I didn't pay for the GlobalPass it wouldn't bother me much to pay for a flight to some city.
I'd also like to visit Barcelona for a few days and/or even go to Morocco - this would probably take longer than 15 Days, which would be fine, I do have some money to pay for some extra trips, but I'm not sure for example how to get back from Morocco to Vienna (probably via plane?) and so on and so on.
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How far is Barcelona Spain to Lisbon Portugal?
997 km / 619 miles
1,5 hours by plane (from El Prat [BCN] to Lisbon [LIS])
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It is 783 miles by road from Barcelona to Lisbon. it will take just over 12 hours to make the drive.
Where should I go in Spain, Portugal and Morocco? | Yahoo Answers
If you stay in Las Ramblas it's very loud, they do have hostels everywhere, even down the side streets that aren't as loud when it comes to trying to get some sleep.