Feel the passion of the flamenco at Barcelona's legendary Tablao de Carmen, where rhythm, passion and movement come together to create a mesmerizing show. Choose between a show-only option, tapas and show option, or a 3-course dinner and show option.
Visit Gaudi's legendary masterpiece, Casa Batllo, one of the foremost landmarks of Modernism. Be captivated by the creative design, use of materials, and colors. An audio guide with 10 languages is included.
The players may be gone, but the adrenaline and anticipation linger. View the visiting players' changing room, the players' tunnel, the dugouts, the press area, and the game commentators' box. And top it off with a visit to the team museum.
Go behind the scenes and feel like a real Barca player!
See the stunning sights of Barcelona from an open-top tour bus. Use your ticket to hop on and off as much as you like as you discover the city's historic monuments and landmarks. Choose between a 24- or 48-hour pass.
Take a quick tour of some of Barcelona’s best kept secrets; including the Barcelona Cathedral, Gothic Quarter, Port Olympic, Montjuic and buildings created by Barcelona's famous architect Antoni Gaudí!
Small group tour with skip-the-line access to Sagrada Familia!
Come and feel the emotion of a hot air balloon tour just minutes away from Barcelona. You will be picked up in the city center and transferred to the flying area before flying over the Catalan landscape.
See the highlights of Barcelona with a half-day bus tour, or opt to delve deeper into its architectural heritage with a full-day excursion. Visit the essential attractions on the morning tour: the Gothic Quarter, the port, and Poble Espanyol. Opt for the full-day tour and continue to Guell Park, Sagrada Familia, and the Santa Maria del Mar church.
Explore majestic Montserrat and the Royal Basilica of Montserrat on this half-day trip from Barcelona. You can see the 12th-century Virgen Moreneta sculpture at the basilica, and later check out the "Montserrat Portes Endins" presentation.
Discover Catalunya with a tour through Montserrat. Visit the Royal Basilica, listen to one of Europe’s oldest boys’ choirs, and step into the rural cava cellars for a tasting of some of the region’s finest wine.
Mountains in the morning, art in the afternoon—enjoy the best of both worlds! Start your day with a unique opportunity to see rural Spain, dotted with picturesque villages on the way to the historic and celebrated Montserrat Mountain. In the afternoon, indulge yourself in the brilliant architecture and design of Antoni Gaudi and the lovely stained glass of the gothic Santa Maria del Mar church.
Escape the bustle of Barcelona for a full day in the Pyrenees Mountains. Stop in the ancient town of Vic before boarding a train that will travel high up into the stunning mountain valley of Vall de Nuria. Witness unspoiled scenery, unique flora and fauna, and try traditional dishes at some of the valley’s restaurants.
Immerse yourself in the brilliant architecture and design of Antoni Gaudi and the lovely stained glass of the gothic Santa Maria del Mar church. Your guide will provide interesting and insightful commentary to complement this popular tour.
Discover the cultural richness and architectural heritage of Girona, a medieval city founded in 76 BC and dominated by different people throughout its history. Wander tiny streets in ancient Pals and marvel at the rugged and unspoiled beauty of Costa Brava.
Explore on foot the narrow passageways and hidden squares of Barcelona's bewitching Gothic Quarter. Stroll down the cobbled streets, pass outdoor cafés, and take a peek inside bustling tapas bars. Listen to your guide recount the city's history and its Roman roots, and visit the Santa Agata chapel, in the heart of this historic centre.
Follow in Pablo Picasso's footsteps as you tour Barcelona, his home for ten years and the source for inspiration for many of his great works. Pass taverns and restaurants where Picasso and his circle of Catalan modernists met to develop their ideas. Then complete your tour at the museum dedicated to the father of modern art.
Revel in Barcelona's modernist architecture as you stroll through the Golden Square district. Here, the imagination of Catalan architects, Gaudí, Montaner, and Cadafalch, ran riot as they designed buildings to accommodate the expanding city. Don’t miss Gaudí's La Pedrera, which has no straight lines or sharp corners!
Tootle around town in a talking car. GoCar’s compact design and GPS-narration make it the perfect vehicle for exploring Barcelona. Choose between a city highlights, downtown, or uptown tour for a new twist on sightseeing. Listed rate is valid per car.
How better to explore Barcelona than by bike? Feel the Spanish sun warm your face as you gently peddle along cycle paths and through parks. Enjoy your guide's informative commentary and quench your thirst with a complimentary drink. Please note that tour commentary is available in English only.
Brush up on Barcelona's history and famous landmarks while wheeling around the city on a bike. Ride leisurely through town and visit Sagrada Familia, Parc de la Ciutadella, the Olympic Village, the beach, and much more.
With the Mediterranean breeze in your hair, enjoy Barcelona’s skyline from a 37-foot (11-meter) luxury yacht. Go for a swim if you wish, help the skipper with the sails, or just sit back and sip refreshing drinks and nibble on snacks on this relaxing sea tour.
Built for the World Exhibition of 1929, El Poble Espanyol is a small village on the hills of Barcelona, displaying Spain's diverse architectural styles. Stroll through this lively little community during the day or stay on for the bustling nightlife in the evening.
Experience Barcelona's culinary culture on a guided walking tour of the historic city center with stops at 2 authentic tapas bars. Sample Catalan and Basque specialities and wine as a knowledgeable guide explains the flavors behind them.
Visit two cellars of the Penedès wine-making region to learn about wine production in this area of Northeast Spain. Tucked between the coastal hills of the Garraf and the higher inland mountains, the Penedès is best known for its production of Cava (sparkling wine) and oak-aged reds.
Enjoy a flavorsome journey through Barcelona on a gourmet walking tour. Wind through the historic center, sampling Catalan delicacies. Discover the dishes which have earned Barcelona its reputation for gastronomic excellence as a guide points out the city's best restaurants and food outlets.
Shôko Restaurant and Lounge Club is known for his creative cuisine, which combines Mediterranean and Asian gastronomy, and for our house music sessions, which have made us one of the most visited clubs in town. Located below the exclusive Hotel Arts, Shoko's surroundings and beach-front terrace and provides non stop service from 12:00pm until 2:30am every day of the week.
Feast on traditional Catalan delicacies against the stunning backdrop of the Olympic marina. Taste authentic paella, succulent steak, or fresh fish as part of a three-course meal at the prestigious La Fonda. Choose between two menus, designed to give you a taste of Barcelona's culinary variety. A children's menu is also available.