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june 27, 2022
Looking to cram as much Gaudí into your weekend in Barcelona as possible? This is the package for you. Antoni Gaudí is undoubtedly Barcelona’s most famous architect. Visit his three houses, Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, and Casa Vicens all with one easy, time-saving pass on your smartphone.
This evening tapas tour of Barcelona takes place in the elegant district of Eixample, the heart of Modernism and neo-classical buildings. You’ll visit a very small group of tapas bodegas, wine bars and fine dining restaurants that are serving some of the best tapas—hot and cold appetizers and snacks—in Barcelona.
With 35 aquariums and 11,000 animals from 450 species Aquarium Barcelona is a fantastic destination for any mini-Jacques Cousteaus in your family. It consists of 21 large aquariums, a spectacular Oceanarium, a children’s area and Planeta Aqua, an entire floor dedicated to our vast, salty, watery oceans.
Venture into the Catalan countryside to visit Montserrat and go wine tasting on this full-day tour from Barcelona. Take a guided tour through the Basilica and Monastery on Montserrat, a beautiful, multi-peak mountain with dramatic rock formations, with free time to continue exploring the museum, farmer’s market, or views from the ridge of Cavall Bernat. Afterward, visit the winery of Oller de Mas for a cellar tour, wine tasting, and a multi-course, Catalan meal.
Sail past long lines of tourists trying to gain entry to Gaudi’s La Sagrada Familia on this priority access tour of the modernist masterpiece. Accompanied by a guide, head straight inside to get fascinating insight into the history of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed cathedral. Admire the opulent ceilings and stained-glass windows while learning about the building’s charismatic creator. Visit the museum to see exhibits on the cathedral’s history and observe original plaster models and design sketches.
Discover Barcelona as much as you want with the Hola Barcelona Travel Card! This card gives you unlimited access to the public transport network of the capital of Catalonia, including the tram, bus, metro, the FGC city network, and RENFE suburban trains (zone 1). It simply saves you both time and money! Choose from a 48, 72, 96, or 120 hour pass, travel from point A to point B at your own pace, and plan your own itinerary. You can even travel from the airport to the city centre!
Experience the passion of flamenco music and dance with a ticket to a 1-hour performance at Barcelona’s historic City Hall Theater. Marvel at the artistry of the talented performers and get into the spirit of an authentic form of Spanish dance.
See the sights of Barcelona from the sea on a 1.5-hour sailing tour. Climb aboard a 12-meter yacht and drink frozen vermouth as you sail past the Columbus Monument, Barceloneta, Maremagnum and more. Relax with your friends and family.
Learn to make Spanish tapas, traditional paella, and sangria with a Barcelona chef, then share a hearty dinner of classic local cuisine that you’ve made yourself. All great Spanish food starts with super fresh ingredients, and you begin this cooking class with a guided trip through La Boqueria market before heading to a professional teaching kitchen. This hands-on Spanish cooking class includes snacks, drinks, and dinner, and you finish the night with recipes to take back to your home kitchen.
Want to see all of Barcelona? This is the way to go! Discover the attractions and sights of Barcelona at your own pace with this unlimited access hop-on hop off bus ticket. The tickets allow you access to three routes in the city and you can jump across all routes with this ticket. Here’s a map showing where the bus route/tour takes you to. The double-decker bus provides scenic views of the surroundings and comes with onboard wi-fi and professional guides to help you out with any query you might have.