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Immerse yourself in the world of Salvador Dalí, and learn about his life and works, on this day trip to Figueres and the Costa Brava from Barcelona. Admire paintings and other mind-bending creations by the 20th-century Spanish artist at the stunning Salvador Dalí Museum in his birthplace of Figueres. Then, tour his beloved Costa Brava to see some of his favorite places, such as the Salvador Dalí House in Port Lligat, and Pubol Castle, a later Salvador Dali home. Numbers are limited on this tour for a more personalized experience.
Take a guided tour of Parc Güell, designed by renowned architect Antoni Gaudí and arguably Barcelona's most beautiful public space. Follow your guide on an in-depth exploration of this magnificent site, checking out some of its most picturesque sights and learning fascinating facts about its eccentric designer, Gaudí. Along the way you're sure to enjoy the park's intricate tile work, colorful architecture, and stunning city views afforded by its hilltop location. Your Parc Güell tour also includes entrance fees at the site.
Discover medieval Girona and the Dali Museum in Figueres, where the artist Salvador Dalí was born, on this day trip from Barcelona by air-conditioned coach. With a guide, take a walking tour of Girona’s picturesque Old Town. Learn about the city’s wealth during the Middle Ages and admire the Cathedral and colorful houses huddled along the Onyar River. After free time for lunch, travel to the Dali Museum in Figueres. View the flamboyant, egg-topped exterior of the Dali Theatre-Museum and explore its collection of paintings, sculptures and jewelry.
Discover Catalonia beyond Barcelona on this full-day tour to the intriguing cities of Girona and Figueres. Uncover ancient Roman history and stroll through the winding medieval streets of one of Europe's best-preserved Jewish quarters in Girona, and then get surreal with a visit to the Dalí Museum in Figueres, the birthplace of the groundbreaking artist.
Immerse yourself in the astounding architecture of the Palau de la Música Catalana on a comprehensive tour. Sail past long lines with your priority access pass and commence your tour of the Art Nouveau icon with an expert architectural guide. Gain fascinating insight into the rich history of the structure as you absorb the lavish décor and opulent design of the interior. Marvel at the incandescent light that streams through the windows of Lluis Millet Hall then imagine watching a performance in the decadently decorated Concert Hall.
Celebrate Barcelona’s legendary creativity and food scene during this 4-hour excursion with a small group to the city’s top art museums and intimate local tapas bars. Live it up like Spanish great (and one-time Barcelona resident) Picasso might have done, stopping to snack, drink, and socialize at several local tapas spots serving Catalan-style small bites. In between eating, you’ll sample Barcelona’s amazing art scene, stopping by the Picasso Museum and MACBA (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art).
Take a deep dive into Pablo Picasso's life in Barcelona during a 2-hour walking tour visiting the favorite haunts of this celebrated artist. Join your guide on an exploration of this Spanish master's Barcelona gathering spots, following the path of his hangouts, schooling and evolution as a painter from 1895 through 1905. Check out Picasso's art school, the café where he interacted with other artists and other key locations in the young creator's life. Finish your excursion with a skip-the-line admission to the Picasso Museum, letting you avoid the lines and take a guided tour of this top-notch collection.
Journey inside the mind of Salvador Dalí during this intimate exploration of the life and preferred haunts of this famous surrealist. Explore the early days of Dalí in Figueres, the artist’s birthplace, which is now home to his eponymous museum. Enjoy the charming scenery of Cadaqués, a small coastal village along the Costa Brava. Continue your trip to Port Lligat, a tiny fishing cove that was once Dalí’s preferred residence and studio. A guide and round-trip transport are included.
Delve deeper into Barcelona’s artistic heritage during a tour of El Born and the Picasso museum. Designed with art lovers in mind, this private tour comes with the undivided attention of your guide and reveals historical information that you’re unlikely to find in the guidebook.
Pair visits to historic Girona and Figueres, Salvador Dalí’s hometown, during this private full-day tour from Barcelona. Travel with your own group of up to eight guests and explore the medieval neighborhoods of Girona. Visit the Cathedral, the Old Town, and the Jewish Quarter. Then head to Figueres, where you’ll learn about the life of local artist Salvador Dalí and admire the collections at the Dalí Museum.
Experience the culture and cuisine of Barcelona on this electric bike, tapas, and wine tour. Follow your knowledgeable guide through the atmospheric streets of the Catalonia's capital in search of landmarks such as the El Born Cultural Centre and Frank Gehry’s Golden Fish sculpture. Absorb the botanical beauty of Parc de la Ciutadella, and admire the picturesque charm of La Barceloneta port. Appease an appetite for authenticity by visiting a local bar to feast on up to four tapas dishes and three drinks in a convivial atmosphere.
Follow in the footsteps of characters from the bestselling novel The Shadow of the Wind on a literary walking tour. Discover some of Barcelona’s most sacred locations as you trace the narrative of the novel by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, which has sold more than 2 million copies since its publication in 2001. Stroll the winding streets of Santa Anna Street and Montcada Street, absorb the ambience of the renowned Els Quatre Gats Café, and gaze at the beautiful church of Santa Maria del Mar, as your guide enriches your literary and historical knowledge.
Experience Gaudí’s fantastical modernist creations with prepaid admission to Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. Avoid long waiting times with easy access to both attractions. Breeze past the lines and enjoy detailed guided tours of the park and cathedral. Choose to visit both spots in one day or to space out your visits with more time at each location.
Immerse yourself in the architecture and creative work of artistic genius Antoni Gaudí on this afternoon excursion in Barcelona. Take some time to admire the designer's UNESCO World Heritage-listed La Sagrada Familia before heading to Gaudí's iconic Park Güell for a skip-the-line visit. Spend time exploring the park's wealth of mosaic-adorned benches, walls, and sculptures before heading back to the city center to see the Gaudí-designed residences of Casa Batlló and La Pedrera (Casa Milà) from the outside.
Skip the line and avoid entrance hassles with this guided tour of Park Güell. Due to the popularity of Antoni Gaudí’s creative masterpiece, there are often long lines and even limits on admission. The park’s hilltop setting can mean waiting in intense heat or gusty winds. Avoid all the hassle with a prepaid ticket, and enrich your experience with a guided tour by a multilingual expert.
La Sagrada Familia is Barcelona’s architectural icon. Benefit from the insider knowledge of a guide, and save hours of waiting in line, on a private tour that includes a skip-the-line admission ticket. You’ll be party to lesser-known information regarding the construction and history of the landmark, and have ample time to ask questions in the company of your private guide.
See the old world and new art blended together during this guided, street art tour that uncovers the city’s hidden graffiti and murals. Walk the narrow streets of downtown to see works of art emblazoned on streets, alleys, and walls while learning about Barcelona’s street at scene and famed artists. Stop at a gallery along the way and learn about different types of street art. Includes a snacks and drinks.
Take a private tour around Barcelona and follow in the footsteps of the famous artist Pablo Picasso. Learn about the artist in great detail from your guide and discover some of his influences as you walk around the Gothic Quarter. Take a guided tour of the Picasso Museum and see some of the artist’s favorite places to eat, drink, and relax in Barcelona.
Peddle off the beaten path on this 3.5-hour bike tour of Barcelona’s street art hubs. See vibrant graffiti murals in the once-industrial Poble Nou neighborhood, and learn about the city’s most active and renowned street artists from your local guide. Soak up the fresh sea breeze as you cycle back to the city center along a scenic beach trail. It’s an excellent way to experience Barcelona’s alternative arts scene while getting some exercise!
Explore the history of Catalan modernism, an influential architectural movement pioneered by celebrated designers like Antoni Gaudí, during this 2-hour walking tour with a guide in Barcelona. Visit the Quadrat d'Or, also know as the Golden Square, located in the city's Eixample neighborhood, as you learn about the late 19th-century buildings that helped define the movement. As an added bonus you'll also receive 20% off a guided tour of the Palau de la Música Catalana (Music Palace), discounted entrance at Casa Batlló and free entrance at the Museu del Modernisme Català (Catalan Modernism Museum).
Discover the Cathedral of Santa María de Girona, a building that represents the Catalan culture.
It crosses the Gala Dalí Castle of Púbol, it is a mansion that Dalí himself built on the remains of a medieval castle of the 12th century.
Visit Cadaqués, with its labyrinthine streets and the promenade, and enjoy its great restaurants.
Focus on the life and times of Salvador Dalí during this full-day tour from Girona. With a guide in the lead, you'll follow a carefully-curated itinerary centered on the "Dalí Triangle": the House-Museum, the Gala-Dalí Castle, and the Dalí Museum. In addition to what you'll learn through exhibits at each stop, you'll have the benefit of engaging guided commentary and plenty of time to ask questions about this surrealist artist.
No artist shaped the twentieth century more than Pablo Ruiz y Picasso. Born in 1881 in Malaga, southern Spain, Picasso's immense talent was spotted at a young age and was first fostered under the tutelage of his father, also an artist, when the family moved to Barcelona in 1895. Our in-depth tour focuses on these formative years of Picasso's life. Led by a local art expert, we will visit the Picasso Museum and other key sites related to his time in the city, his first inspirations, and the influence of the bohemian circles in Barcelona at the time.