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Barcelona logistics – car rental drop off

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I’m seeking advice about the best location to drop off an Avis car rental in Barcelona.

I will be driving to Barcelona from Tossa de Mar. After returning the car, I will head to Montserrat (which I believe means that I should go to the Espanya rail station). Before leaving for Montserrat, I want to leave my main suitcase at either my hotel (near the Plaça de Catalunya) or in a left-luggage office. I suspect that leaving the car off sooner would be better than trying to drive in the city, but am not sure what options would best suit my needs.

Any and all suggestions are welcome!

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