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Explore Barcelona at your own pace with the Barcelona Transport Card, which entitles you to unlimited rides on most of the city's metro, bus, train, and tram...
Travel back in time to an era when kings, knights and charming villages blossomed on this small-group tour to 3 of the most well-preserved medieval towns of ...
La Pedrera—also known as Casa Milà or "The Quarry House"—is one of the most intriguing landmarks in Barcelona and considered one of Gaudí’s greates...
Venture beyond the borders of Catalonia for an only-in-Europe experience—visiting 3 different countries in a single day. Roam mediaeval lanes in a sleepy Spa...
Explore the city at your own pace with the Barcelona card. Enjoy unlimited use of public transport, see the best of Gaudí’s architecture, and visit some of t...
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Port Olimpic, Edifici Capitania, S/N, 08005 Barcelona SpainBoarding at Moll de la Marina, Port ...
Feel like a rock star as you jump to the front of the line for an upbeat, modern experience at the Hard Rock Cafe in Catalonia's capital. Opened in 1997, thi...
A full day of nature and colourful landscapes with picturesque villages on the wondrous Pyrenees mountains awaits you. Centuries-old street markets bursting ...
Pedal your way past remarkable architecture and top attractions including the Sagrada Família, Parc de la Ciutadella, the Olympic Village, the beach and many...
The tour begins in Plaza Catalunya (by the Hard Rock Café). Upon arrival, you will be assigned to your local English-speaking guide and meet the rest of the ...
Gaudí’s basilica in the center of Barcelona is an architectural marvel and offers views across the city from eight towering spires.
These lively pedestrian streets in the heart of Barcelona are filled with flower stalls, tapas restaurants and street performers.
Gaudí designed this house for a family in the early 20th century and incorporated his signature elements into the design, including curved lines and bright colors.
Look out over the city from a Gaudí-designed terrace in this park in the city’s north.
This museum on Barcelona’s port gives an insight into the city’s important maritime history in the 18th and 19th centuries.
This house’s surreal design is a Gaudí classic, with sculptures, tiling and colors that defy traditional conventions.
Barcelona’s cathedral dates back to the 1200s, and contains the remains of the city’s patron saint.
See childhood drawings by Spain’s most important artist at this museum in Barcelona’s old town.
An old fort, a national art museum and miles of walking trails are features of this park overlooking the harbor.
This concert hall is an awe-inspiring example of modernist architecture. Tour the building or get in early for tickets to a performance.
This zoo in Barcelona’s central park houses about 4000 animals, from pygmy hippos to bottlenose dolphins.
This village on Montjuïc hill showcases Spanish culture with arts and crafts workshops, traditional eateries and live performances.
Learn about Barcelona’s protected coastline and walk beneath sharks in an underwater tunnel at the city’s aquarium.
Take in the large domed ceilings and artistic details in one of Gaudí’s earliest buildings.
Stand on the street to admire the color and brickwork of Gaudí’s first building.
Visit one of Europe’s biggest science museums for a fun and educational day out with the whole family.
If you love exploring medieval streets, watching street artists and eating tapas along shared tables in tiny bars, head straight for the Barri Gòtic of Barcelona.
This upscale part of Barcelona charms with grand buildings, modernist architecture, fine dining, and trendy bars and luxury shops.
A tough port neighborhood turned youthful beach hangout provides a sense of Barcelona’s many faces, with sea views as well.
Gentrification has turned this former industrial district into one of Barcelona’s most artistic and edgy neighborhoods. Come see it before the masses arrive.
A high-end fashion district in Barcelona, located just north of the modernist hub of Eixample, is home to the wonderful realm of Park Guëll.
Barcelona’s civic institutions have long created a lively artistic district, with museums and more in the shadow of a mountainous castle.
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