Information about the itinerary:
Day 1. Departure from our terminal heading north, following the A7 highway – Mediterranean Motorway via Murcia and Alicante until reaching Valencia. We take a complete panoramic tour to get to know the highlights of Valencia. Transfer to hotel, dinner and accommodation. We recommend taking a night walk through the impressive City of Arts and Sciences, it is just 5 minutes-walk from our hotel.
Day 2. After breakfast, we continue the route along the Mediterranean passing through Tarragona until we reach Barcelona. Panoramic tour to familiarize ourselves with the Capital of Catalonia. Arrival at the hotel, dinner and accommodation.
Day 3. Breakfast at the hotel. We visit the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia built by the Barcelona architect Antoni Gaudi, a masterpiece of Catalan modernism. After the visit we will visit the Park Güell and continue with a walking tour of the centre of Barcelona (Ramblas, Gothic Quarter). Dinner and accommodation at the hotel.
Day 4. After breakfast we go on a full day excursion to visit the Montserrat Monastery and the Freixenet wineries, where they produce the famous cava. Return to Barcelona, dinner and accommodation at the hotel. At night, we will attend the light and music show at the Magic Fountain of Montjuich.
Day 5. Breakfast at the hotel. Free morning at your disposal in Barcelona. Optionally you can visit the FC Barcelona football field, the famous Camp Nou. After lunch time we headed south. Arrival at the hotel in Valencia, dinner and accommodation.
Day 6. Breakfast. We travel along the famous Costa Blanca through world-known tourist enclaves: Gandia, Denia, Calpe, Benidorm or Alicante. Arrival at our terminal and end of services.
Included in our prices:
- Transportation by bus with air-conditioning, video, reclining seats etc.
- 5 nights in 4-star hotels based on half board (breakfast and dinner)
- English speaking tour guide
- Visits with local guides
* Pepe Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary and the order of the excursions for organisational reasons.
Information about destination:
Take 6 days to discover the essence of the authentic Barcelona and its most impressive tourist places, guided by a team of professionals.
Barcelona offers visitors the possibility of walking from the Roman ruins and the medieval city to the neighborhoods of Catalan modernism, with its characteristic buildings, its square blocks with sectioned edges, its tree-lined streets and its wide avenues.
One of the most attractive places in the city are Las Ramblas, a promenade that runs between Plaza de Catalunya, the nerve center of the city, and the old port, where the famous statue of Christopher Columbus points with his arm not towards the continent that discovered in 1492, but in the opposite direction, towards Genoa, where it is believed that he may have been born.
In the historic center, very close to Las Ramblas, we can find the Cathedral of Barcelona, the Plaza Sant Jaume which houses the buildings of the Generalitat de Catalunya and the Barcelona City Council, and the narrow but lively streets of both the Gothic Quarter and the Raval and Born.
Barcelona is known as the capital of Modernism. The city, in which the architect Antoni Gaudi lived and worked, has the most relevant of his works. The most representative is the temple of the Sagrada Familia, which Gaudi left unfinished and which is still being built in the same way as cathedrals in the Middle Ages, with donations and private contributions, in addition to the income from the tickets, which they have converted the Sagrada Familia in the most visited monument in Spain. Other of Gaudi's best-known works are Park Güell, Casa Mila, also known as "La Pedrera", and Casa Batlló.
Barcelona is undoubtedly the most cosmopolitan and economically most active city in Spain. Learn more about it with Pepe Tours.