Excursions in Barcelona

Excursions in Barcelona during a Mediterranean cruise

Skip-the-Line Barcelona tour with personal pick-up from the cruise ship

from €64 per person

Discover all the major attractions of the beautiful city of Barcelona with pick-up and drop-off at the cruise pier. Visit La Sagrada Familia, Park Guell (inside visit with skip-the-line tickets included), and Gaudi's most famous buildings among the many attractions that this city is renowned for.

This is the ultimate excursion if you wish to travel in comfort and style, and get an interesting perspective of the places you visit. You will not be bored with dry text-book explanations. Instead you will be provided with fascinating anecdotes about the places you visit and the local life in Barcelona.

Share this excursion as a semi-private or small-group tour with a maximum of 12 persons in the group as you explore the fascinating sights of Barcelona. Visit Passeig de Gracia, Plaza España, the National Palace, the Olympic Ring, Montjuic Castle, the Columbus Monument, Port Olympic, Plaza Cataluña, and more amazing sights.

We will personally collect you in the morning and take you back to the cruise ship at the end of the tour. Pick-up from the Barcelona Port is at 8:30am

Skip-The-Line Barcelona & Montserrat tour with personal pick-up from the cruise ship

from €104 per person

See the best of Barcelona on a full-day tour with a personal pick-up and drop-off service at the start and end of your journey. You’ll travel to the city’s top sites in a top-class van or minibus. In addition, your driver will take you to the famous mountain monastery of Montserrat, which is said by some to be the location of the Holy Grail.

You’ll be picked up at your Barcelona cruise ship terminal. Explore the city in comfort and style with a personal service and travel in a small group of 2-12 persons only.

Drive to the top of Montjuic for breathtaking views across the harbor and city. Montjuic is home to several splendid museums, including the Miro Foundation, and was also the site of the main Olympic stadiums for the 1992 Olympic Games.

See many of the buildings designed by the city’s most famous architect, Antoni Gaudi. Several are located in the 19th and early 20th-century city extension of L’Eixample.

Visit the Gaudi and other Modernista buildings, such as Casa Batllo, Casa Amataller, and Casa Morera on the luxurious shopping strip of Passeig de Gracia. Head across town to one of Gaudi’s most extraordinary creations, the still-unfinished Cathedral of La Sagrada Familia.

Drive up into the hills to see his lovely urban park, Park Güell, filled with multicolored mosaic sculptures and fairytale houses.  Enjoy your skip-the-line entry and avoid the long queues at the entrance (skip-the-line ticket is included in the price of the tour!).

You’ll leave the city to visit the Benedictine Abbey of Montserrat. Perched high on a mountain of the same name, the Abbey can be reached by road, cable car, and rack railway. It is also accessible by a 4,000-foot hike.

Your driver will take you up to the top so you can enjoy the impressive views. If you’re lucky, your visit may coincide with a performance by La Escalonia, the oldest children's choir in Europe.

Tours operate with a maximum of 12 people for a more personalized experience. Pick-up from the Barcelona Port is at 8:30am

Barcelona Cooking at the Chef's House

from €91 per person

An experience designed for gastronomes and culinary adventurers.
By the hand of our local chef, savor and indulge with us visiting the famous Boqueria market in Barcelona, get a few Spanish and Catalan cuisine essentials and go to our Chef’s house to prepare your food feast!

Barcelona Sweet Walking Tour

from €65 per person

Did you know that Barcelona has a chocolate tradition that started in 1772? Spanish people are sweet lovers and this is why we have a great range of sweets, chocolates, pastries and desserts that we can have any time during the day, either with a cup of coffee or tea, a sweet wine or just by themselves.

Our informative and food connoisseur guide will lead you through this luscious and delicious walking tour that will leave no one indifferent. Are you ready to taste the experience?

The tour starts in a monastic pastry and sweet shop where we will be told how it all began: the Monasteries.

Monks and nuns elaborated in the past homemade delicacies that have been brought to us nowadays. In Spain there are still several monasteries that keep elaborating these outstanding pieces of heaven that we will be able to taste paired with a small glass of a special wine used in the religious service.

Off we go to the Gothic Quarter, strolling along the narrow and magic streets where the chocolate guild was located a few centuries ago. Here we can feel the sweetest scents of the city and a special blend of aromas will make you to crave for chocolate and delicious goodies. Your wish is granted!

We will need to keep walking after our second fault… and two more stops and exquisite explanations are still waiting ahead.

Tour finishes in Born area where you will be able to keep sinning if you still have room in your stomach.

Barcelona Tapas Walking Tour

from €74 per person

Combine gourmet food and Catalan culture on a pre-dinner walking tour of Barcelona's famous tapas bars. It's a great way to begin your visit of Barcelona - not only do you get an overview of this fabulous city, you also learn how to order tapas (bar snacks) and discover some of the best bars and cafes Barcelona has to offer. Plus, your friendly, informative guide can offer suggestions to help you get the most from your stay in Barcelona.

Taste Spain's fundamental flavors with this walking tour.

Your tapas walking tour will lead you through Barcelona's most famous street, La Rambla, with tapas bars and local restaurants. From here you and your guide will go to La Boqueria, the city’s famous food market, which offers an array of fresh produce including fruit and vegetables, seafood, cheese and any type of meat imaginable.

The tour continues at a restaurant offering a wide selection of local, delicious tapas. Here you will enjoy three tapas with a glass of wine, beer or cider, while your food-and-wine-guide provides insights into the flavors of wine, the cuisine and Spanish culture.

You'll continue through the Gothic Quarter, where you will discover the architecture, atmosphere, language and gastronomy that are unique to Spain, and some of the gourmet shops which are over 100 years old.

Your last stop will be in a bar where four tasty tapas and a glass of wine, cava or beer will be waiting for you.

So join us for an evening of good food, good wine, good conversation, and good fun!

Barcelona Wine Tasting

from €36 per person

Would you like to know about our local wines? Would you like to savor its colors, its fragrances and tastes?

The aim of this wine tasting is to immerse you in a genuine wine experience, right in the centre of Barcelona.

You’ll learn about Spanish wines with four tastings accompanied by typical snacks in a unique wine shop.

City Tour & Flamenco Experience

from €120 per person

City Tour - Followed by Flamenco show & Dinner with Wine or Sangria
Enjoy a city tour and end the evening in style
Watch The Best Authentic Flameco Show in Spain
Awarded Trip Advisory Excellency Certificate
This is a 2 hour show that will leave you screaming “Öle”
Start your experience with an introduction to the history of Flamenco and it’s roots
Group Lessons session followed by dinner and the show

BIKE TOUR FROM GOTHIC TO MODERNISM

from €22 per person

Discovering the ancient Gothic and vibrant Modernist parts op Barcelona on a bike is an exciting way to spend your shore excursion in Barcelona. You will enjoy the freedom on 2 wheels and explore the city in a healthy, fun and efficient way.

This guided bike tour starts at Calle marquesa nr1 in the Barceloneta district. If you are on a cruise to Barcelona you can easily reach it from the port. It’s actually a nice walk along the Waterfront area for about 1 kilometer from the Christopher Columbus Monument (the shuttle bus stop).

In the company of a monitor-guide you will see the history and art districts of this fascinating city. You will explore both the historic heart with its cathedrals and the magnificent Modernist district with masterpieces and architectural monuments of Antoni Gaudi. You can enjoy the beauty of Citutadella Park. You will drive along the squares and winding maze-like streets in the Gothic quarter and admire Sagrada Familia, la Pedrera and the famous la Casa Batlló.

We have our own, friendly and fun loving ethos, all you will have to think is "vamos hit the pedals". This tour is especially designed so that you enjoy it as much as you can!

BEACH BIKE TOUR

from €22 per person

This guided bike tour takes you along Barcelona’s sprawling coastline. You will see its different but typical areas and neighborhoods. In just a few hours you will get a good impression of its diversity and you will always remember that Barcelona is a city overlooking the sea…

Your bike tour starts at Calle marquesa nr 1 in the Barceloneta district. If you are on a cruise to Barcelona you can easily reach it from the port. It’s actually a nice walk along the Waterfront area of about 1 kilometer from the Christopher Columbus Monument (the shuttle bus stop).

On your bike and in the company of a monitor-guide you will see all the amazing sights of Barcelona’s coast line. You kick off with Port Vell, once the old port and now modernized and transformed into a recreational zone where history meets the modern era.

You continue to Barceloneta, the old sailor’s and fishermen neighborhood where you can still feel the maritime atmosphere. It houses one of the most popular and lively beaches in Barcelona, day and night time!

You leave this historic area to visit the modern Olympic Port with its two towers and immense eye-catching Golden Fish. This port was built for the ’92 Olympic Games. You continue the tour to the Forum (Universal Culture Forum) riding past different fine beaches.

Next on your way is El Poblenou which was the industrial center of Barcelona at the end of the 19th century. It was once a town full of factories and working class residential areas completely separated from Barcelona. After a dramatic transformation present and past coexist now in harmony.

You will continue driving and pass through the Olympic Villa, the residence of the ’92 Olympic athletes before ending up at the Ciutadella Park with its beautiful flowers and fountains.

Your route: Monument a Cristóbal Colón (Portal de la Pau), Drassanes, Port Vell , Palau del Mar, Barceloneta, Las Playas, El Port Olímpic, El Fórum, Parc Diagonal Mar, Poblenou , Vila Olímpica, Parc de la Ciudadella

TAPAS TOUR BY BIKE

from €28 per person

Before tasting Barcelona’s famous “tapas”, you will learn about the Gothic history and Modernist art through interesting facts and anecdotes. During this guided bike tour you will not only see the typical neighborhoods but also savor the delicious food of this vibrant city.

Your excursion starts at Calle marquesa N° 1 in the Barceloneta district. If you are on a cruise to Barcelona you can easily reach it from the port. It’s actually a nice walk along the Waterfront area for about 1 kilometer from the Christopher Columbus Monument (the shuttle bus stop).

After meeting your monitor-guide you will hit the pedals and discover the typical neighborhoods of Barcelona. Each of them has their own atmosphere and distinctive characteristics. The historic city center with its Gothic quarter, picturesque squares, cathedrals, winding streets and little maze-like alleys. The Modernist area with its world famous architectural masterpieces by Antoni Gaudí. The Waterfront area at Port Vell where the Old Port and fisherman’s quarters blend perfectly together with the modern and fancy recreational district.

And after this “informative workout” it’s time to boost your energy level by tasting the famous and delicious little Barcelonan snacks: “tapas”.

Your route: Parc de la Ciutadella, Arc de triunf, Palau de la música, La cathedral, Barrio gótic, Plaça Sant Felip nerí, Sinagoga mayor, Plaça sant Jaume, Plaça Real, Barrio del Raval, Monumento a Colón, Port Vell

Do It Yourself Audio Guide

from €10 per person

Visit Barcelona at your pace with the GPS Activated Audio Guide.  The automatic audio guide lets you freely walk about Barcelona and hear historic information as well as  the secrets about this wonderful city. You only need to start the device, slip it into your pocket and when you are close to one of Barcelona's famous monuments it will automatically start telling you accurate information about the place.

This is the best way to discover Barcelona on your own and not be obligated to a group tour or personal guide. The information is professionally curated in six different languages by native speakers and the information is presented by Barcelona's professional tour guides.

The Gaudí Tour

from €71 per person

This guided shore excursion will take you along the extraordinary buildings of architect Antoni Gaudi including a visit of Casa Batlló and the majestic Sagrada Familia. In a few hours you get a taste of the Barcelona’s Art Nouveau period.

The tour starts at 09.00h from Plaça Catalunya, in front of Deutsche Bank & Hotel Olivia Plaza. If Barcelona is your cruise port of call, you have a lot of transportation options to get to the center. The fastest way is to take a metro from Drassanes metro station (located on La Rambla close to the Christopher Columbus Monument) to Catalunya metro station (green line, 2 stops).

After meeting your guide you will start the tour with Passeig de Gràcia. Along this boulevard you can admire two of Gaudi’s houses: Casa Batlló and Casa Milà, also known as La Pedrera. This area was built for the wealthy and rich Barcelonans. You can still see the luxury while strolling along the design shops, banks and stock exchange. Some architectural details include Gaudi’s tiles for the pavement and some modernist lampposts.

Together with your guide, you will visit Casa Batlló. This apartments building which is hidden behind an exceptional façade was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2005. It is one of Antoni Gaudi’s masterpieces. The visit includes the Noble Floor, the Rooftops and Chimneys, the Attic and the magnificent Lobby. You guide will help you to discover this artistic legend full of architectural details, metaphors and representation of nature, colors and forms.
The last stop of the tour is Sagrada Familia, one of Barcelona’s most famous landmarks and without doubt the jewel in the crown of Gaudí’s work. Your guide will explain the significance of the architectural details, which make this temple so unique. The building started in 1882 and is still not completed. Gaudí didn’t want it to be financed by taxes or funding, but voluntary by the people. That’s how your entrance fee (included in the price) will contribute to the completion of this stunning masterpiece.

You can stay as long as you want, go up the towers by elevator or visit the crypt and museum. After you return by coach to the city center or you can choose to join The Montjuic & Panoramic Tour.

All Barcelona Highlights Tour

from €68 per person

This tour combines all Barcelona’s highlights and is ideal for cruise passengers on a visit to Barcelona with limited time. Avoid the queues and see Antoni Gaudí´s most important masterpieces, the charming Waterfront area and Montjuïc Hill for some spectacular views over the city.

This tour is a combination of two of our tours: The Gaudí – Sagrada Familia Tour and The Montjuic & Panoramic Tour.

You will start from Plaça Catalunya, in front of Deutsche Bank & Hotel Olivia Plaza. If you are on a cruise to Barcelona, you have a lot of transportation options to get to the center. The fastest way is to take a metro from Drassanes metro station (located on La Rambla close to the Christopher Columbus Monument) to Catalunya metro station (green line, 2 stops).

GAUDI'S MASTERPIECES
This tour takes you along some of the most beautiful architectural artworks of Antoni Gaudí. No less than 7 of his buildings have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage. You will visit the elegant avenue of Passeig de Gràcia where you can see some architectural details and two of Gaudí’s houses. You can admire the stunning façades of Casa Batlló and Casa Milà.

Next stop is Sagrada Familia. This fascinating temple dates from 1882 and is still under construction. Your entrance fee (included in the tour) will help to finish the building, exactly as Antoni Gaudí wished. Inside you will get a lot of explanations from your guide about the significance of the extraordinary details inside one of Barcelona’s most famous landmarks.

THE CHARMING WATERFRONT
The Waterfront area is an attractive and popular area to stroll along the restaurants, beaches, shops and bars or watch open air entertainment from street performers. It was once the old fisherman’s quarter (Barceloneta) and has been modernized and remodeled. Here you will see the Chritopher Columbus Monument and the imposing World Trade Center at just a few steps away from the famous Rambla.

MONTJUÏC HILL
The tour continues to Montjuïc Hill, overlooking the city. You will make a stop at Mirador de l’Alcalde, a terrace offering spectacular views over Barcelona, its harbor and the Mediterranean. You can walk around and get the best viewpoints and take great pictures of your cruise ship in port.

After a visit of the Olympic Ring, the central sports facilities of the ’92 Olympic Games, you continue for a guide visit of Poble Espanyol, the Spanish Village. This open air museum was built for the 1929 Exhibition and houses replicas of squares, streets, buildings and monuments from around Spain. You can enjoy lunch in one of the many bars and restaurants. This is the final stop of the tour, so you can stay as long as you want.

The Montjuïc & Panoramic Tour

from €34 per person

This shore excursion is great for those loving natural beauty, culture and recreation. You will first visit the Waterfront and Old Port area before continuing to Montjuïc Hill where you will be rewarded with breathtaking views over the Mediterranean and Barcelona.

Your starting point of the day is Plaça Catalunya, in front of Deutsche Bank & Hotel Olivia Plaza. If Barcelona is your cruise port of call, you have a lot of transportation options to get to the center. The fastest way is to take a metro from Drassanes metro station (located on La Rambla close to the Christopher Columbus Monument) to Catalunya metro station (green line, 2 stops)

THE WATERFRONT
After meeting your guide you head to The Waterfront. This complete remodeled area is a great example of how old and modern can successfully blend together. The old fisherman’s quarter Barceloneta with its warehouses and Gothic shipyards is now the center of a fancy recreational area. It’s a great place to hang or stroll around along the many restaurants, bars and street art performances. Here you can find the World Trade Center, the Aquarium and the famous Christopher Columbus Monument (anno 1888).

MONTJUÏC HILL
The excursion continues to the top of Montjuïc Hill. From Mirador de l’Alcalde you get a breathtaking view over the city. In the distance you can see your cruise ship docked in port. You have time to walk around and get the best viewpoints.

In ’92 Barcelona hosted the Olympic Games. Today you can visit the former sports facilities at the Olympic Ring. The complex includes the Stadium, St Jordi sports pavilion and the Calatrave Communications Tower.

Your shore excursion ends with a guided tour in Poble Espanyol, the Spanish Village. It dates back to 1929 and was built for the World Exhibition. Replicas of monuments, streets and buildings from around the country make it a fascinating open air museum. You have free time to enjoy a lunch in one of the many restaurants.

After lunch, you return back to Plaça Catalunya where you can continue on your own or join the Montserrat Tour.

Montserrat and Codorniu Wine Cellars

from €71 per person

Beyond Barcelona are spectacular and diverse landscapes. The most stunning of all is Montserrat, with its serrated profile, views, ancient monastery and holy shrine. South of Montserrat is el Penedes, a rough and dry region with an ideal climate for vineyards. The tour combines a visit to the modernista Codorniu Cellars at the Penedes with the mystical experience of Montserrat.

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Caves Codorniu (wine cellars)
Caves Codorniu’s vineyards and winemaking activities date back to 1551. Since then the Catalan traditional values have gone hand in hand with innovation and entrepreneurial spirit. They are the largest underground cellars in the world, where the first bottle of Spanish sparkling wine was produced in 1872 by the traditional method Champenoise (the same as French Champagne), it was named cava.

Architecture and landscape, with Modernista-style buildings amidst rows of vines, provide a unique first impression when arriving to the Cathedral of Cava. The Codorniu Cellars were created between 1895 and 1915 by the Modernista architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch. It is one of the most important examples of how the Modernista architecture combined visionary designs with the practical needs of industries.

It is the ideal place to follow the whole process from grape pressing to labelling the bottles. The wine ferments at least 9 months in a bottle, in the dark, still and at the constant temperature of the underground cellars.  The visit to the vast cellars continues in a small electric train and ends with a taste of wine.

Montserrat

The mountain of Montserrat is a massive rock over 4000 feet high, visible for miles, with weird shapes and rounded peaks that jut into the sky.  Its name means serrated as a reference to the jutting peaks. The unique Natural Park has paths, stairs, caves, chapels and hermitages scattered over the mountain, extraordinary landscapes and wonderful views. Enjoy the picturesque drive along the Llobregat river and up the spectacular mountain.
The Benedictine monastery is nearly 1000 years old, perched half way up the mountain and sheltered by its peaks. There is a basilica with the Chapel of Our Lady of Montserrat known as La Moreneta, the patron saint of Catalonia, and a presence strongly felt and revered. The community of monks also runs a boys' school devoted to the study of music.

Montserrat is thriving with culture: a library of nearly 300,000 volumes; the oldest boys' choir in Europe; a basilica full of paintings, gold lamps and decorated chapels, a museum with paintings by El Greco, Picasso and Dalí among many others and treasures from ancient Egypt.
The visit will coincide with the Boys’ Choir Midday Concert, when available. On arrival to Montserrat our guide will give an orientation tour to the main places of interest: monastery, basilica, museum with a marvelous collection of paintings, Stations of the Cross, as well as bars, restaurants, shops and home products market.

Please consider that silence must be kept inside the church so your guide will give you explanations outside and show you Our Lady’s Chapel with the 12th Century figure of Our Lady of Montserrat.

Tour members will have free time for lunch (not included) and to dedicate to the aspects of this beautiful and spiritual place that attract them most.

The Montserrat Tour

from €49 per person

Montserrat is a mountain, a unique Natural Park, and a massive rock over 4000 feet high, visible for miles, with weird shapes and rounded peaks that jut into the sky; there are paths, stairs, caves, chapels and hermitages scattered over the mountain, extraordinary landscapes and wonderful views.

Montserrat is a Benedictine monastery nearly 1000 years old, perched half way up the mountain and sheltered by its peaks. There is a basilica with the Chapel of Our Lady of Montserrat known as La Moreneta, the patron saint of Catalonia, and a presence strongly felt and revered. The community of monks also runs a boys' school devoted to the study of music.

Montserrat is culture: a library of nearly 300,000 volumes; the oldest boys' choir in Europe; a basilica full of paintings, gold lamps and decorated chapels, a museum with paintings by El Greco, Picasso and Dalí among many others and treasures from ancient Egypt.

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Picturesque Drive along the Llobregat River to the foot of the spectacular Montserrat Mountain (its name means serrated referring to its jutting peaks) which is natural park and then up to the Sanctuary 725m (2380 feet) above sea level. Your guide will entertain you with tales, history and legends of the mountain, the monastery and the shrine. The return journey will be an alternative route entertained by a variety of traditional Catalan music.

Montserrat Basilica: guided orientation tour. Silence must be kept inside the church so your guide will give you a brief tour outside to orientate you to the main places of interest: Monastery, Basilica, Our Lady’s Chapel with the 12th Century figure of Our Lady of Montserrat, Museum with a marvellous collection of paintings, Stations of the Cross, as well as bars, restaurants, shops, and home products market.

Tour members will have free time to dedicate to whatever aspects of this beautiful and spiritual place attract them most.

Picasso & The Gothic Quarter - Walking Tour

from €29 per person

The tour will end at Plaça Sant Jaume in the Gothic Quarter. It is a 2 minute walk to La Rambla, so you can stay and wonder around or return to Plaça Catalunya. Our guide will give you all the orientations you may need.
The Picasso Museum and the surrounding Gothic and Ribera quarters are testimony to the close tie between the artist and this city. With this tour you will discover the bond between Picasso and Barcelona, as well as enjoy the Gothic Quarter's charming corners and squares hidden away down ancient narrow streets.

Façade of the Cathedral: The Gothic Cathedral was started in the 13th Century and finished 6 centuries later. We'll also show you the remains of the Roman Wall at Plaça Ramon Berenguer

Picasso Museum (45 minutes guided visit + free time): Skip the line and be inspired by the first steps of Pablo Picasso as an artist. The Museum is key to understand the development of this young artist into a genious from 1887 to 1901. You will find his full unfolding up to the Blue Period, an important representation of works from 1917, the series of Las Meninas (1957) and a comprehensive print collection. Housed in 5 medieval palaces and inaugurated in 1963 at the expressed wish of the artist, the museum has a collection of 4,200 pieces of art.
Plaça del Rei (King’s Square): a medieval marvel with the Tower of King Martí, 5 floors high which was built in 1555; Santa Àgata’s chapel (15th Century) and the Saló del Tinell (1359-1362). It is said that the Catholic monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabela, received Columbus here on his return from America.

Plaça Sant Jaume: Historically, the city’s two major Roman roads crossed here: the Cardo and the Decumanus. This square is the centre of the city’s political activity with the City Hall facing the Palau de la Generalitat, the seat of the Autonomous Catalan Government.
The tour will end at Plaça Sant Jaume in the Gothic Quarter. It is a 2 minute walk to La Rambla, so you can stay and wonder around or return to Plaça Catalunya. Our guide will give you all the orientations you may need.

Gaudí - The Sagrada Familia Tour

from €44 per person

This shore excursion is dedicated to Sagrada Familia, the unfinished temple and masterpiece of Antoni Gaudí. This world famous landmark is often seen as the synthesis of his overall conception of architecture. A must-see!

The tour starts at 10.00h from Plaça Catalunya, in front of Deutsche Bank & Hotel Olivia Plaza. If Barcelona is your cruise port of call, you have a lot of transportation options to get to the center. The fastest way is to take a metro from Drassanes metro station (located on La Rambla close to the Christopher Columbus Monument) to Catalunya metro station (green line, 2 stops).

Along Passeig de Gràcia, a fancy boulevard lined with luxury and design shops, you can admire the marvelous façades of La Pedrera: Casa Batlló and Casa Milà. This two of Gaudí’s houses are nicely located in a district which was once built for the wealthy Barcelonans.

After Passeig de Gràcia, you move on to Sagrada Familia, the highlight of the tour. This extraordinary masterpiece is one of Barcelona’s main landmarks. The construction was started at the end of the 19th century. Antoni Gaudí spent the latter part of his life in creating this temple, but his work is still unfinished. Construction is still going on and financed by the entrance fees (included in the tour price). Inside the building your guide will give you detailed information about the many hidden architectural details and symbols.

You can stay as long as you want and explore the crypt, towers, museum and styles of the Birth and Passion façades.

The Magic Fountain Night Tour

from €32 per person

Admire the Magic fountain of Montjuïc with its dancing water, light and music show. Capture the evening city life along Barcelona’s waterfront, with the old fisherman’s quarter, the long beaches and ports. Enjoy the spectacular views from the Montjuïc lookout. Don’t worry about the return, we will take you back to your cruise or as close as possible.

Departure time: 8 PM On May on Thursday; from June to August 31 on Thursday and Saturday

Itinerary: La Barceloneta, old fisherman’s quarter > long beaches + Olympic Port > Old Port + Columbus Monument > World Trade Centre > Montjuïc hill and lookout > Magic Fountain of Montjuïc > return to your hotel.

Walking Tour with Tapas taste at Boqueria Market

from €20 per person

Join us on this walking tour where we get to learn the history of Catalunya and then taste some of the best that Boqueria Market has to offer!
We will take you through the magical historical area in Barcelona, from the Cathedral and ending with La Boqueria Market. Hear enchanting stories of war, passion and victory as we continue our walk in El Gothic... at the end of the tour we visit the market and you get to taste some of the famous goodies of Spain. We have put together a little menu of the Fresh juices, the famous Jamon, Local Olives and of course some Tapas (all included in the price)
Don't miss this great offer, join us today!

Best of Barcelona in One Day - Private, Custom Tour

from €595 per unit

Enjoy your stop-over in Barcelona. Make the most of your one day in our beautiful city. Experience it all : the architecture, the heritage, the people, the energy.

All tailored around you : your schedule, your pace, your tastes.

You will go where your guide, born-and-raised in the city, has his habits with his family and friends.

This private tour can deliver you the care, the pace, fast or slow, the attentions your vacation deserves. The guide will be dedicated to you and your party all day long.

You will enjoy the fun, the enthusiasm, and the knowledge that only a native can give you.

So what is a Best of Barcelona Day like? Here is a recent example for a family from a cruise ship.

-Morning was spent with the unique and extravagant 1900's architects, writers and artists who designed our City.

We meandered around the "greatest house in the world" : the building that Gaudi created for the Chupa Chups Lollipops company. With his mosaics all around Barcelona, that give our city its unique character, you will understand the importance of this artist. At the request of the teen-age daughter, we also visited the shop of the trendiest designer of Catalunya : Sita Murt

- At half day, to escape the heat, we can caught a cab to the most ancient, and shaded, part of the city : El Barri Gotic. Our medieval quarter, there are also remains from the Roman town of Barcelona and also the old Juderia Jewish District.

As everyone had just seen Woody Allen's Vicky Christina, we had lunch at San Felip's Nerri terrace, to taste wines, have a fresh cerveza and take pictures.

- In the afternoon, we caught the metro to reach the Sagrada Familia Cathedral, for an introduction to this still-in-progress building.

By the time we returned to the boat, guests had sampled it all - the architecture, the ancient city, and the present-day lifestyle.