New Sixt Branch: Barcelona Rambla Cataluña

6 Jun 2012 by Matthew Fransioli     
Filed under: Car Hire in Spain     Tags: ,

My name is Emilio Árbol Rama and I am pleased to introduce my new agency from the city center of Barcelona (Rambla de Cataluña). I’m so glad we opened on June 1, the new agency located in Rambla de Catalunya 74. Book online here .

I’m really eager to offer my services at this agency and to assume all that tells me there because it helps me to learn every day to improve and expand my knowledge in the world of rental cars . The main functions that I will go here customer service typically serving customers who want to make reservations or obtain information on prices and make contracts with customers who have already booked, provide support and return of vehicles, collection and reimbursement, call clients and manage potential problems, troubleshooting assistance or compensation for damage among others.

The agency
The Sixt branch of Rambla de Catalunya is located in central Barcelona , just behind Paseo de Gracia, one of the most important commercial areas of Barcelona where you can find many luxury boutiques such as Gucci, Escada, Louis Vuitton and many other brands.

It is also very well served, since it is close to the subway and train station, if you come by public transport (metro Passeig de Gràcia or Diagonal). And if you come by car, it is right at the intersection of Rambla de Catalunya and Carrer Valencia.

The city
Barcelona has a special charm, not only because of the sea surrounding the city but also for the superb climate and the opportunity to enjoy numerous activities, both for tourists and for locals. But that’s not all! You’ll also be surprised by the huge variety of monuments, landscapes, museums and restaurants not to mention the nightlife of the city, where tourists, students as people of all ages can find what suits them best .

The 10 best activities and places to visit near Rambla de Cataluña

  1. La Boqueria
  2. Park Güell
  3. Camp Nou
  4. Sagrada Familia
  5. Human Statues (Las Ramblas)
  6. The beach
  7. Kiosks animals (Las Ramblas)
  8. Florists (Las Ramblas)
  9. Plaza de Cataluña
  10. Christopher Columbus Statue

A perfect day in Barcelona
The perfect day for visiting Barcelona, ​​probably begin with a hearty breakfast on the port of Barcelona then we expect a car with Sixt (Rambla de Catalunya 74). Once in the car, we drive to visit Cadaques, a small village which is reached after driving along the Costa Maresme and the Costa Brava. Upon arriving, there is no better meal than tapas on the beach by the sea we are at the same distance from the mountain and the sea
after an afternoon spent visiting the city where Dali had artistic inclinations, we return to Barcelona where we prepare for a night of partying and fun, according to personal taste of course!

What you should not miss … the Sagrada Familia, Camp Nou, Las Ramblas, Parc Güell, Montserrat.

What you should especially not do and what is most important: Remember to rent a car!

book your hire in Barcelona now!

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Car Hire Comment from lisa
lisa wrote on 19 July 2012 at 1:15 am   #  

Be smart and DON”T rent a car from this company. They took 2 unauthorized payments off my credit card, along with the cost of the rental. They proceeded to send me 4 more bills when I arrived home!!! They will not stop trying to get money from you. Don’t ruin your vacation by getting involved with this company!!!

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Car Hire Comment from Gary Coughlan
Gary Coughlan wrote on 27 July 2012 at 1:44 pm   #  

Thank you for your post on our blog.

Could you provide me with some details to help me understand your disappointment in our service on this occasion.

I will do all that I can to help. My e-mail address is gary.coughlan@sixt.com

Gary – Sixt Customer Team

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