Multi Day Tours from Barcelona
By Viator, July 2014
If you’re short on time you will find ample sights in the Catalonian region. A 2 or 3 day itinerary would allow you to take in the famous Salvador Dali museum in Figueres, the ancient walled city of Girona, and a hiking expedition on Montserrat. Alternatively, you could head down the coast to Valencia, the birthplace of Spain’s most famous dish – paella. Along the way enjoy the beaches of Sitges, explore the Roman ruins of Tarragona and discover Catalonia’s famous Cava (sparkling wine) with a tour of the Penedes wine region.
With more time, it’s an easy trip south to the Andalucian region, where cities like Seville, Cordoba and Granada hold a number of attractions. Visit Granada’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed Alhambra Palace and the Costa del Sol region hosts world class beach resorts. You could also, journey inland to the capital of Madrid, where you can hit the glitzy shopping district, visit the nearby UNESCO World Heritage City of Toledo, or detour north to the French border, where hiking and cycling expeditions abound throughout the famous Pyrenees mountain range.
Tours & Tickets
Discover beautiful Barcelona, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Toledo and the highlights of Spain’s Andalusia region on this 8-day tour. Spend two days exploring ... Read more
Duration: 8 days (approx.)
From Barcelona, spend six days in Spain's most famous cities! Enjoy fascinating guided tours of Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Valencia, and have plenty of free ... Read more
Duration: 6 days (approx.)
Head out of Barcelona on a five-day tour of Andalucia's most popular cities: Seville, Cordoba, Granada and Toledo. You'll visit several UNESCO World Heritage ... Read more
Duration: 5 days / 4 nights
Visit the history-rich Spanish cities of Madrid, Cordoba, Seville, Granada and Toledo on a 4-night small-group tour! Starting in Barcelona and finishing in ... Read more
Duration: 5 days (approx.)