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This tour is a very nice option to discover the historical part of Barcelona. your tour will start walking down the most famous street of Barcelona: las Ramblas.

Your guide will explain to you absolutely everything about this beautiful street that is plenty of storiesabout locals, famous people and medieval hidden corners. You also will visit the amazing market La Boquería. On the way to the City Hall Sq. you will across the old Jewish quarter and will see the narrow streets on the Gothic Quarter. During this tour you will visit the Gothic Cathedral and its courtyards where you will enjoy the mixt of stiles in the architecture and see the first of many examples of the architecture and history of Barcelona. You also will see sevaral remindings from Romans’ time.

The second part of the tour you will see Sta. Maria del Mar Church–an awesome example of Catalan-Gothic architecture, with octagonal towers with flat tops, large bare surfaces, an exceptionally tall interior, and soaring vertical lines. Not far from Sta. Maria del Mar there is the Picasso Museum as well. It is located in different medieval buildings and the permanent collection exposes the early works from the artist. Your tour will finish at the spectacular Santa Caterina’s Market. A model of what a modern city food market should be, Santa Caterina is home of more than 100 stalls selling Catalan meats and products, all encased in a cathedral-like structure with a roof made of 300,000 ceramic tiles in 67 colors.

Prize: 25€ / person (includes the entrance to the cathedral)
A minimum of 20 pax must be reached


You’ll start the tour going to Park Güell, and on the way you will see the Cataluña square, the famous Paseo de Gracia, where there are located the Gaudí most important buildings, Casa Batlló (know locally “the house of bones”) and Casa Milá (a deeply controversial building nicknamed “La Pedrera”).

Park Güell is a garden complex with fascinating architectural elements situated on a hill in the Gràcia district. From the large cross at the Park’s hight-point you’ll get the most complete view of Barcelona and the bay, incluiding the Sagrada Familia and the Montjuic area.

After the Park Güell you make your way to Sagrada Familia, you’ll discover the different façades of the basilica and visit its surprising interior. The construction of Sagrada Familia was started in 1882 and Gaudi became involved in 1883, combining Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms. Gaudí devoted his last years to the project, the basilica is still under construction. This is considered the Gaudí’s Master Piece.

Prize: 52€ / person (includes entrance to Sagrada Familia & Parc Güell)
A minimum of 20 pax must be reached


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Dare to explore the city on a fun Segway and discover the hidden streets and corners of Barcelona in a different way in the company of an expert guide. Segways are really easy to use and a unique experience you simply can’t miss!
Route: Arc de Triomf, Supreme Court, Ciutadella Park, Parliament, Zoo, The Mammoth, The monumental fountain,… after going to Carlos I Park, Maphre Towers, Arts Hotel, the Casino of Barcelona, the Golden Fish, the Monument of David and Goliath, The Face of Barcelona, the Moment of Columbus and the return back to the Arc de Triomphe but along the Picasso Avenue.

This Segway Tour includes:
Helmets for all participants.
Insurance to cover all our clients.
A monitor approximately every 6 people, for the proper functioning of the activity.

Prize: 47€ / person




This is a full day tour to discover some of the Catalan treasures: the Montserrat Mountain, the Cava and the Wine. During this tour you will visit one family winery located very closed to Montserrat mountain and you will see how a family Works to preserve the origins of their winery. You will taste the Cava they produce and 2 wines as well. After the Cava and wine taste, you will follow the tour up to the monastery of Montserrat where you will have a guided tour around and free time for have some lunch, go shopping or visit the Black Madonna or the Museum. At agreed time, back to Barcelona.

Prize: 75€ / person
A minimum of 20 pax must be reached

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This is the perfect tour for all those who loves Dalí works. On the way you will enjoy the beatiful landscapes of Girona area and after 2h drive you will arrive at Figueres, Dalí’s Home town. You will visit during 2 hours the amazing and fascinating Teatre- Museu Dalí and your guide will explain to you absolutely everything to discover this museum and all the double senses of several paintings.

After the Museum tour, you will go around Figueres to see the house where the artista was born, where he used to live with his parents and the hotel where he used to have lunch…

You will have some free time after the tour to have lunch and discover the town before come back to Barcelona.

Prize: 85€ / person (entrance to the Dalí Museum included)
A minimum of 20 pax must be reached


Cadaqués is a pintoresc village located in the Costa Brava, one of the most beautiful coasts in the Mediterranean. It is around 2.5h from Barcelona.

The history of Cadaqués goes back centuries and has been influenced by a number of civilisations, such as those of Greece and Rome. Maritime connections and trade agreements with these and other cultures fostered local economic development, based mainly on fishing and agriculture. The geographical setting of Cadaqués, as a coastal town cut off from the rest of the Alt Emporda region by the Pení Mountain, undoubtedly had a strong influence on establis- hing the seafaring identity and spirit of this town, which had to weather attacks from pirates and buccaneers over the centuries. As time went on, the Mediterranean Sea gradually became less fraught with danger, which led to the town’s growth, paving the way for industry, trade and the opening of international shipping routes. Nowadays, the town’s principal economic focus is on tourism, an activity which influences all its sectors in some shape or form, either directly or indirectly.

The centre of Cadaqués offers a wide selection of cultural possibilities that include the old, walled medieval town where visitors can walk the town’s ancientslate’Rastell’pavement. The church of Sta.Maria de Cadaqués,built between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and largely reflecting the style of the late Gothic period, houses a splendid gilded 23-metre-high Baroque altarpiece dedicated to Our Lady of Hope. The work was designed by Jacint Moretó and created by sculptors Pau Costa and Joan Torres.

Prize: 85€ / person
A minimum of 20 pax must be reached


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Hiking “Camí de Ronda” COSTA BRAVA + GIRONA TOUR (8h)

The route of Camino de Ronda® is a path made for walking along the ancient path in the seaside of the Costa Brava. The biggest part of the path of Camino de Ronda goes through narrow paths only adapted for trekkers on foot, with slopes, constant uphills and downhills, and some times even a bit tricky. In some occasions we also walk though sea promenades, beaches and flat stretches.
During the guided tour we will walk during 3-4 hours follow the path of Camino de Ronda (during the morning) and then, in the afternoon, we will stop in Girona where you will have free time to discover the city before go back to Barcelona.

Prize: 85€ / person
A minimum of 10 pax must be reached

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