Visit to the historical center of the city: the Gothic Quarter, the Cathedral and medieval streets, the Ramblas, true heart of the city, the Born and Church of Santa Maria del Mar. Lunch with tapas. Sightseeing tour of the city visiting its main neighborhoods and monuments. Optional dinner at a restaurant on the harbor.
Day dedicated to the visionary architect Antoni Gaudí: Visit the Temple of Sagrada Familia, Park Guell, La Pedrera and Casa Batlló on Paseo de Gracia avenue.
Departure to Vic, an ancient settlement that still retains cultural customs of the Middle Ages. Visit to its market and free time for lunch. Trip to Figueres to visit the Dali Museum, one of the world’s main museums on surrealism. Arrival to Girona
Guided tour of Girona with its Jewish quarter, the cathedral, rebuilt and modified several times over the centuries. Continuation to the charming village of Cadaqués. Free time for lunch and visit the house-museum of Salvador Dalí. Return to Girona.
Departure to Montserrat, singular mountain modelled to its characteristic shape by the sea, to visit the Benedictine monastery and enjoy the wonderful landscape. Trip to Sitges.
Morning in Sitges, charming seaside village with optional excursion to the beautiful beaches along the “Route of the Americans”, admiring its elegant architecture and discovering the charm of the cobbled streets and white houses. In the afternoon, departure to the Roman city of Tarragona to discover its many attractions, such as the spectacular Roman amphitheater with spectacular seascape views.
Visit to the Monastery of Santa Maria de Santes Creus, Cistercian XII century building, only monastery of the Cistercian Route without monastic life. Visit to Bodegas Torres or Cavas Freixenet for a wine experience to learn about the wines of the region and have a tasting session. Return to Barcelona.
Trip back to hometown.