Excursions, daytrips from Barcelona
We come up with a unique experience - discover Barcelona's artistic heritage with local guides. Barcelona is a genuine open-air museum. Not surprisingly, UNESCO has declared World Heritage Sites emblematic buildings by the Catalan architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluis Domenech i Montaner. The variety and heritage wealth of Barcelona encourages numerous routes through its different neighborhoods to discover the thousand faces of the city.
Full-day guided tour of Barcelona with English speaking guide. The best way to get to know Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, a cosmopolitan mediterranean city, integrating roman rests, medieval neighbourhoods and the most beautiful examples of Modernism and the vanguards of the twentieth century. Not in vain the UNESCO has declared as World Heritage some emblematic constructions of the catalan architects Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech i Montaner.
Coach trip along Costa Brava from Barcelona. On this full-day excursion, accompanied by English speaking guides, you will get to know the southern part of the Costa Brava and its Mediterranean landscapes of impressive cliffs, beaches and coves of golden sand and charming old fishing villages. We'll visit two little towns that represent the essence of this coast: Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar. So different one to the other, but at the same time, so complementary, will make us, that after only couple of hours away from Barcelona, to have a totally different idea of this magnificent coast.
Excursion to Montserrat from Barcelona with English speaking guides. Driving through picturesque villages of the province, we reach the incomparable setting of the Montserrat Mountains, a spectacular and unusually-shaped massif that at its summit houses the image of the Virgin of Montserrat, patron saint of Catalonia. Visit of the Montserrat Sanctuary and the Magic Mountain, with its surprising rounded and elongated shapes.
Excursion to Girona and Figueres leaving from Barcelona. A full-day excursion to discover two large towns north of Barcelona. In Figueres, known as the home of Salvador Dalí, you can visit the Dalí Theatre-Museum, dedicated to the genius of surrealist painting and its heritage of monuments, among which the old medieval walls and the castle of Sant Ferran are outstanding. Discover then Girona, monumental town with one of the best preserved jewish neighborhoods in Europe.
Excursion to Freixenet and Sitges departing from Barcelona. Do you want to immerse yourself in the magical world of cava? We invite you to visit the Cavas Freixenet wineries and discover the art of cava production, labelled Spanish sparkling wine. Next, we will discover one of the most beautiful towns on the Catalan coast: Sitges, located at the foot of the Garraf massif, with its beautiful religious buildings and also lots of Gothic, Renaissance or Baroque style civil architecture.