Spain— sun-kissed and filled with gastronomical delights is one of Europe’s most popular
destinations. Relax on luxury beach resorts and boutique retreats in the Balearics and Canaries as
you soak in some authentic Andalusian culture!
Run with Bulls in Pamplona
Dance the Flamenco in Seville
Surf in Fuerteventura
Party in Ibiza and Mallorca
Walk Girona’s Walls
Sing along at the Santander Music
Bicycle along El Sardinero
Go to the Carnival of Santa Cruz de
Cross the Puente Nuevo Bridge
Wat bulls fight in Ronda’s Plaza de Toros
Best Time To Visit
Flamenco Night at Tablao Cordobes:
Arrive at Barcelona. Upon arrival, you will be met, assisted then transferred to the hotel for check-in.
At the evening make your own way to Tablao Cordobes, located on Barcelona’s iconic La Rambla boulevard, and take a seat at a table positioned in front of the stage. Opt for the traditional buffet option to select from an appetizing array of 33 hot and cold dishes or simply order a drink from an extensive menu during the show. Hear an expectant hush descend over the audience as the lights are dimmed and the performers glide onto the stage. Feel the intense rhythm and watch the passionate expression on the faces of the dancers as the show unravels before your eyes. When the performance concludes, feel free to stay and sit a while before leaving the venue.
Private Guided Barcelona City Tour:
Take a personal city tour of Barcelona with a fully-customized, 4-hour private guided itinerary.
Discover Barcelona your way on a private tour with a personal guide who makes sure you see the city’s top attractions, or you can customize the itinerary to your own preferences. Perhaps visit famous Gaudí landmarks like Sagrada Familia or Park Güell, explore the Gothic Quarter, or visit La Rambla, Barcelona’s bustling tree-lined promenade. This tour includes air-conditioned transportation,
History lovers can choose to focus on the city's atmospheric Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic), where you can walk among the ancient buildings and walls dating from the Roman and medieval era and see the intricate 14th-century Barcelona Cathedral (Catedral La Seu). Or head to the famous walking promenade La Rambla, where you can check out the many street performers, tapas bars and stores that line this busy avenue. The choice is yours.
Two more options include the famous Montjuic Mountain, offering great city views and the chance to see many structures built for the 1992 Olympic Games, as well as the Picasso Museum, which hosts an impressive collection of the artist's work.
Private Montserrat Tour in Barcelona:
Do you want to see the Benedictine Monk with spectacular Mountain View around 1200 meters high and other things as well? Then you have to go for the half day lifetime Montserrat visit.
During this 5-hour tour you will discover marvelous Montserrat with a private guide and vehicle. You will be picked up in a private vehicle from your hotel and after a 1-hour drive approximately you will have reached Montserrat. You will then enjoy a 3-hour tour of the Monastery and Basilica with your own private official guide. You will learn all the historic and religious background of this site and by the end of this experience you will understand why this unique area has been a pilgrimage site in Spain.
FC Barcelona Football Stadium Tour and Museum Tickets:
are you a fan of FC Barcelona?
Take the opportunity of having a half day visit to Camp Nou famous stadium where you will visit the FC Barcelona museum and learn about the club’s history via audio- visual displays. This isn’t the end because there will be other things that will surprise you over there. In the afternoon, continue on to the mountain top retreat of Montserrat just outside Barcelona proper, where you'll board a cog-wheel train to explore this unique pilgrimage site, including its 12th-century Romanesque carving of the Virgen Moroneta (Black Virgin).
Girona, Figueres and Dali Museum Day Trip from Barcelona:
Take a day out from the hustle and bustle of the big city and Discover medieval Girona and the Dali Museum in Figueres, where the artist Salvador Dali was born, on this day trip from Barcelona by air-conditioned coach. With a guide, take a walking tour of Girona’s picturesque Old Town. Learn about the city’s wealth during the middle Ages and admire the Cathedral and colorful houses huddled along the Onyar River. After free time for lunch, travel to the Dali Museum in Figueres. View the flamboyant, egg-topped exterior of the Dali Theatre-Museum and explore its collection of paintings, sculptures and jewelry.
La Roca Village Shopping Private Tour from Barcelona:
Do you love shopping? Who don’t anyway! This will be your last day to finish up any last-minute shopping.
Enjoy a unique shopping experience in a world of over 100 leading brands from Spain and around the world with reductions of up to 60%, all the year round. This tour includes a complimentary special voucher to get an additional 10% OFF on a list of selected Boutiques at La Roca Village, This village, designed in the 19th-century Catalan style with modernist architecture, offers a wide range of services: tourist office, tax-free shopping, pavement restaurants and cafés, children's play areas, etc. A visit to La Roca Village offers a fun experience for all the family, items ranging from smart suits for the office to that outfit for a special occasion, as well as accessories and home ware. Also, the trendiest brands for young people, a play area, and a wide range of sweets and ice creams for the little ones.
Barcelona – Muscat:
Time to say goodbye to Barcelona because that is the departing day to head back to Muscat.