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Escape Barcelona to Sitges and Tarragona on this 10.5-hour tour, stopping for some fun in the sun and an exploration of the area’s Roman history. Start your trip in Tarragona, the former Roman capital, where you’ll admire its intricate aqueduct, and explore the city’s architecture and markets. Then head to the beach at Sitges, a hip coastal town that boasts a gorgeous beach, trendy cafes, and boutiques. This small-group visit to Tarragona and Sitges, limited to just 15 guests, also includes a guide and transportation by minivan.
Explore the picturesque villages and dramatic coastal cliffs of Costa Brava on this full-day tour from Barcelona. Costa Brava, which translates to ‘rough coast,’ gained its name from the area’s rocky, jagged coastline, which forms into islets and small coves with crystal-clear waters. Stop in the fishing towns with whitewashed walls and narrow alleyways and venture out to the rugged coastline and protected parks such as Cap de Creus, the Emporda Marshes, and the Marine Reserve Medes Islands.
On this route, we will see that there really is a Roman city under the Old Town and an enthusiastic and experienced guide will explain the archaeological work carried out for its recovery.
We will also walk through nice little streets around the Cathedral, full of interesting stories and curiosities and you will find out some amazing traditions of Tarragona like the impressive human towers.
The guide, like any good host, holds the keys to some elegant mansions courtyards in the Old Town and we will surprise you by opening them exclusively for a short visit.
And the tour will end up at the breathtaking Mediterranean Balcony, a lookout point offering excellent views of the port, beach, and of course, the Mediterranean Sea.
Together we will explore the medieval part of Barcelona. Walking through its windy streets, that is not only filled with history and interesting facts, but also restaurants, bars and unique shops.
On our approx 3 hour walking tour we´ll see impressive roman columns, medieval building, very old churches, interesting plazas and much more.
Our guides are from various parts of the world and have 2 things in common, loving Barcelona and love to share what we know of it.
So come along and join us in our tour!
Travel back to the glory days of ancient Rome during this 5-hour exploration of Tarragona, the empire’s one-time capital in ancient Spain. Take a walking tour, uncovering the remnants of the city’s 2000-year old walls, circus (event space) and forum. Cap it all off at Tarragona’s striking amphitheater along the Mediterranean, a site that once played host to bloody gladiatorial combat. A guide, entrance fees and round-trip transport are covered.
This well-organized tour offers a great overview of Barcelona in just 4 hours. Skip the line with prepaid tickets to Sagrada Familia and learn about the design of this fantastical cathedral in the intimacy of a small group. Ride the metro to St. Katherine’s Market for a more contemporary architectural experience. Walk the medieval streets of the Gothic Quarter to learn about the city’s early history before your tour concludes.
Get the full Mediterranean coastal experience during this full-day, easily-customized, private tour of Spain’s Costa Brava. Feel like you’ve walked into a real-life postcard as you explore this laid-back region’s picturesque fishing villages, ancient settlements, eye-popping coastal walkways and charming medieval castles. Best of all, this flexible excursion can be designed to fit your specific interests and needs. A private guide and vehicle, refreshments and snacks and round-trip hotel transport are included.
The tour takes you to one of the oldest cities in Spain where Roman built the capital of the province Hispania. We'll find an impressive amphitheater and we'll visit the circus, which in Roman times was used for popular games and competitions. Later we'll discover the past of the town strolling around the charmy historical district. We'll also lead to the Gotic Cathedral and will visit its magnificient interior. Finally we'll have a nice lunch and stroll on the fishermen district by the old harbour.
We'll reach Tarragona by train, which is about 1h15-20 from Barcelona, and will come back also by train.
Visit the top sights from the Gothic quarter in the centre of the old city. A professional local tour guide would take your around for your walking tour to some of the best sights in this part of the city. Learn about the history of these sights during the walking tour. The tour timings are flexible and can be amended depending on availability. The tour can be modified depending on the personal choices and preferences.
Explore the stunning Catalan countryside on this full-day tour to Montserrat, complete with lunch and wine tasting. Go to the top of Montserrat, a towering mountain with distinctive rock formations. Visit the Benedictine Abbey that sits carved into the mountainside, whose origins date back to year 888, and see the famous Escolania boy's choir. This is the region’s most important religious site and boasts amazing views of the rolling hills and green landscape below. After visiting Montserrat, enjoy a traditional lunch at a countryside restaurant and continue to a boutique winery in the Penedes region to sample local wines and cava.
Travel through time in this guided virtual reality experience that allows you to discover Barcelona’s history over several time periods. The latest technology VR glasses will enable you to see Barcelona as it existed 2,000 years ago during the Roman times, the middle ages, as well as the 18th and 19th century.
Your guide will take you on a journey back to Barcino, the Roman city with its impressive temples, aqueducts and large squares that was located in what is now Barcelona’s old town. You will discover the old port, a major commercial hub during the 16th century and enter the Parc de la Ciutadella to contemplate the 18th century citadel, a fortress of which only a few structures still exist today. Finally, you will be able to see and learn about the original monuments built for the 1888 universal exhibition, located near Barcelona’s Triumphal Arch.
The magnificent unfinished Sagrada Familia is a UNESCO site that is still under development but offers infinite beauty to explore. Designed by genius architect Antoni Gaudì, the Sagrada Familia beautifully combines nature, architecture and symbolism for a completely unique and intricate structure.
Join a group of maximum 15 people and a licensed Art expert guide to explore the wonders of this Gaudì masterpiece for 1.5 hours and learn everything about the symbolism behind it.
From the Facade of the Nativity and the Facade of the Passion, to the magnificent interior and play of lights created by Gaudì by designing stained glass windows and architectural lines that use the natural light, the Sagrada Familia is an astounding experience and we look forward to sharing it with you!
Antoni Gaudi’s influence is all over the city of Barcelona. See his creativity realized and on full display at Guell Park on this guided tour. Skip the line and enter this whimsical park filled with multi-colored tiled walls, columns and overlooking the city. Your guide will teach about the history of the park and the surrounding area and provide a great introduction to Gaudi’s life, work, and influence.
An expert will show you Barcelona during the medieval days and will explain you the importance of the jewish community during the XII and XIII Century. This tour will alllow us to go to the past and disover amazing and wonderful sites in Barcelona during hte roman, medieval days.
Sagrada Familia is a amazing monument: the great work of Catalan modernism and its greatest exponent, Antonio Gaudí.
You will can visit the Basilica with a expert local guide
You will receive a personalized treatment
You can visit the Catalonian marvel of the Monasterio de Montserrat on a day trip from Barcelona, without the hassle of driving yourself, on this private tour with travel included. Ride comfortably in a Mercedes V-Class vehicle as you're driven to this mountainous destination to explore the neo-plateresque complex, see the abbey and museum, and explore the 19th-century basilica—at your own expense—with a driver to get you there and whisk you back to Barcelona.
Enjoy the best experience and comfort in your Tour from Barcelona to Monasterio de Monserrat, It is a peculiar natural massif very representative of Catalonia. Know its peaks over a thousand meters high. Here is the Neoplateresque monastery and shrine museum of the Virgin of Montserrat. The monastery's basilica dates from the 19th century . Montserrat originated millions of years ago, when this whole area was a delta. It is without a doubt a great majesty place. Go up the Saint Joan´funicular and enjoy the best views of the surroundings.
Enjoy a half to full-day tour of Barcelona, personalized for you.
Wander the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, or the wide avenues of L'Eixample.
Marvel at Gaudi's unfinished Sagrada Familia basilica.
Get breathtaking city views from Montjuic or Tibidabo.
Sample some typical Catalan and Spanish food in Poble Espanyol or La Boqueria.
Discover the fairytale monuments and mosaics of Parc Guell.
This route offers an exclusive experience through Roman Barcelona, or rather, by Barcino. We will meet at Plaça Nova, just in front of the Cathedral of Barcelona, and with our specialized guide we will discover the best kept secrets of the ancient Roman colony. We will follow the outline of the ancient walls that defended the city, as well as the entrances, towers, temples and even hot springs.