Tours

All tours depart from and return to the Convention Centre.
Participation on a first come first served basis. To be booked on the registration form.

Barcelona Orientation Tour



Date: 7-10 June
Time: 7 June departure: 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00 and 16:00
8-10 June 17:15
Price: EUR 15
Duration: 90 minutes

This tour offers a general view of the city, including the places of main interest that one should not miss in Barcelona: Modernist buildings in Passeig de Gràcia, such as Gaudí’s Casa Milà and Casa Batlló, the most known Gaudí work, La Sagrada Familia, the Gothic Quarter with the Cathedral; a view of La Rambla from Plaza Cataluña and of course, a splendid panoramic view over the whole city from Montjuïc hill. Guided tour by bus. There will not be time for any stops.

Highlights of Barcelona



Date: 8 June & 10 June
Time: 09:00 – 13:00 and 14:00 – 18:00
Price: EUR 25

This tour offers a general view of the city, including the places of main interest that one should not miss in Barcelona: Modernist buildings in Passeig de Gràcia, such as Gaudí’s Casa Milà and Casa Batlló; the most known Gaudí work, La Sagrada Familia; the Gothic Quarter with the Cathedral; a view of La Rambla from Plaza Cataluña, and, of course, a splendid panoramic view over the whole city from Montjuïc hill.

Guided tour by bus. The bus will stop at several of the sites for a better view and for taking pictures.

La Rambla and the Gothic Quarter by foot



Date: 8-10 June Cancelled
Time: 09:00 – 13:00 and 13:00 – 17:00
Price: EUR 18

Strolling through winding, narrow streets, discover our Roman origins - remains from the middle ages, and the main public historical buildings, such as the Palau de la Generalitat, the Town Hall, the Cathedral, the Palau Reial. Discover hidden balconies brimming with flowers and secret romantic patios of the Gothic Quarter.

Enjoy the Mediterranean atmosphere of Barcelona in La Rambla, the most cosmopolitan avenue of the city: see the ‘human statues’, musicians, flower stalls and bird vendors that make this boulevard one of a kind.

Guided tour by foot.

Gaudi & Modernism



Date: 8 and 10 June
Time: 09:00 – 13:00

Price: EUR 30 (Including entrance to La Sagrada Familia)

Architect and designer Antoni Gaudí was at the forefront of the Modernism movement in Spain. His work in Barcelona led to the creation of some of the city's most notable landmarks. Gaudí was a pioneer in his field using colour, texture, and movement in ways never before imagined.

Barcelona enjoys one of the greatest Art Nouveau legacies in Europe, not only reflected in the well-known Gaudí works but also in buildings such as Palau de la Música and Casa Ametller, and in decorative details visible in old shops, street lamps and balconies all over the city.

Characteristics of Modernism are the use of nature-forms (flowers, plants and animals) as adornment in the mediums of ironwork, ceramics and stained glass. The aim was to create a modern art based on Catalan traditions, mixed with the use of new materials, like cast and wrought iron. Discover the main legacy of Modernism in Barcelona with: La Pedrera Casa Batlló, Casa Ametller (inside visit on equest), La Sagrada Família (with interior visit) and the Park Güell.

Guided tour by bus.

Highlights & F.C Barcelona Stadium + Barca Museum



Date: 9 June
7-8 June Cancelled
Time: 09:00 – 13:00
Price: EUR 30 (Including entrance to Camp Nou Football stadium)

A special visit to the Stadium and museum of Barcelona’s Football Club, the most emblematic team of the city, with the biggest football stadium in Europe.

Combined with a general view of the main places of interest that one should not miss in Barcelona: Modernist buildings in Passeig de Gràcia, such as Gaudí’s Casa Milà and Casa Batlló; the best-known Gaudí creation La Sagrada Familia; the Gothic Quarter including the Cathedral; La Rambla and its narrow off-streets; and of course a splendid panoramic view of the whole city from Montjuïc hill.

Guided tour by bus.

Half-day Montserrat, the Holy Mountain



Date: 9 and 10 June
Time: 09:30 – 14:30
Price: EUR 42

A mountain and a monastery, Montserrat is one of the most emblematic places in Catalonia - not only for its beautiful landscape, but also for its historical, political and religious significance. Discover a mountain mass of curious shapes that rises abruptly to 1,236 metres, a unique ecological setting in the world, which was declared a Natural Park in 1987. We offer you the opportunity to hear the oldest boys’ choir in Europe.

Guided tour by bus.

Sitges



Date: 8 and 11 June Cancelled
Time: 09:30 – 14:30
Price: EUR 42

A whitewashed fishing village overlooking the turquoise sea, with its own defined personality. It was the home of bohemian and Modernist artists at the beginning of the century, a heritage reflected in Museu Cau Ferrat, Palau Maricel and many buildings of the town – visits on request. Only 30 minutes drive from Barcelona.

Guided tour by bus.

Penedés Vineyards



Date: 9 and 10 June
Time: 09:00 – 14:00
Price: EUR 55 (Including entrance at Codorniu and entrance at Torres with wine tasting)

Just 45 minutes from Barcelona is the Penedès, a wine-producing area with a longstanding tradition. We invite you to explore the environment, discover wine- and cavamaking techniques, and taste world famous Catalan wines. Choose between different styles of cellars: Codorniu: The first cellar to make wine using the “méthode champagnoise” and bring cava to international renown. The winery is of modernist style, designed by Puig i Cadafalch in 1906.

Torres: You will be astonished to find the most sophisticated technology at the service of traditional methods, with expert guides who will introduce you to the world of wine elaboration and tasting. This cellar, with large-scale production, concentrates only on winemaking.

See supplement for wine tasting.

Guided tour by bus.

Gerona & Dalí Museum



Date: 9 June
Time: 09:00 – 18:00
Price: EUR 115 (Including entrance fee and lunch)

Gerona, capital of the Costa Brava, is a city founded by the Romans and filled with monuments spanning various eras. It has one of the best restored medieval Jewish Quarters in Spain. Forty minutes north of Gerona, we find Figueres, the birthplace of surrealist artist Salvador Dalí, and where his museum can be found. The museum itself is a work of art, given that Dalí turned the town theatre into the Teatre-Museu Dalí in 1974. The entire site, from Rainy Cadillac to the Mae West room, is a monument to Catalonia’s most eccentric artist, in which the most extended collection of this genius’ works can be contemplated. Lunch is included.

Guided tour by bus.






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