Tours réguliers

Des tours réguliers pour profiter au mieux de Barcelone,  en groupe !

Nuit Magique à Montserrat
Mardi et jeudi
1 jour et demi
En FRANÇAIS
160€
Gaudí – Le Passeig de Gracia et la visite de la Sagrada Família
Tous les Lundis, Mercredis et Vendredis- à 15h à partir du mois d’avril
2h30
En FRANÇAIS
49€
Après-midi à Montserrat et visite de la chapelle de la Vierge Noire
Tous les mardis – jeudis – samedis à 15.15 h
4 hrs env.
En FRANÇAIS
54€
Tour Gaudi: Casa Batlló + Sagrada Familia
Tous les jours à 9h
3h30 env.
En ANGLAIS
79€
L’Essentiel de Barcelone
Tous les jours à 10h + du 1 avril au 2 nov : à 12h30
5 hrs env.
En ANGLAIS
75€
Tour Gaudí : La Sagrada Família
Tous les jours à 10h + du 1 avril au 2 nov. : à 15h
2h30 env.
En ANGLAIS
49€
Visite de Montserrat
Tous les jours à 15 h
4 hrs env.
En ANGLAIS
54€
Tour Montjuïc & Panoramique
Tous les jours à 12h30
2h30 env.
En ANGLAIS
36€
La Fontaine Magique : Spéctacle nocturne
Jeudis et Samedis à 20h à partir de Mai
2h30 env.
En ANGLAIS
32€
Walking tour : Shopping d´exception
Tous les vendredis at 15h30
3 hrs env.
En ANGLAIS
25€
Gaudí – Visite Guidée du Park Güell
Lun, Mer et Ven à 8h30 AM à partir d’Avril
2h30 approx.
Anglais
44€
Gaudí Plus: Le Park Güell & La Pedrera (Casa Milà)
Lun, Mer et Ven à 08h30 à partir d’Avril
4h.
Anglais
75€
Visite Montserrat & les Caves de Codorníu
Lun, Mer et Ven à 8h30 à partir d’Avril
6h30 env.
En ANGLAIS
84€
Le Musée Dalí & Visite de Gérone
Mard. jeud. et sam. à 7h30 à partir d’Avril
10 hrs env.
En ANGLAIS
Visite guidée du Musée Dali + Transport
Mar , Jeu et Sam à 7h30 à partir d’Avril
6 hrs env.
En ANGLAIS
Easy Gòtic: route guidée accessible
chaque vendredi
1 heure
Anglais ou Espagnol/Catalan
15.5€
OFFRE COMBO : Gaudí & La Roca Village Shopping tour
Tous les jours à 10h00 sauf dimanche à partir d’Avril
2h30 + Shopping
En ANGLAIS
65€
OFFRE : Montserrat & Codorníu + Sagrada Família
Mard. jeudi et sam. à 8h30
6h30 + 2h30
En ANGLAIS
119€
Départ de Gérone : Le Musée Dalí
Mar., Jeu. et Sam. à 8h30 à partir d’Avril
4h30
En ANGLAIS
74€
Départ de Gérone : Le Dalí Museum et visite de la Ville de Gérone
Mar., Jeud. et Sam. à 8h30 à partir d’Avril
8h30 environ
En ANGLAIS
98€

Do It All in Barcelona

Barcelona engages all your senses. The swirling skirts of flamenco dancers, endless stalls of bright-colored produce at Barcelona’s mercats, and the twirling spires of the Sagrada Família are a feast for the eyes. The tempting aroma of tapas tickles your nose while the cool Mediterranean breezes dance on your skin. And all around you is the busy hum of a thriving international city.

Your day in Barcelona

What do you want to do today in Barcelona? Wander the winding passageways of Barri Gòtic and sample the best tapas and Spanish wines? Taste your way through La Boqueria, Barcelona’s most famous mercat? Lose yourself in Casa Milà, Gaudí’s Modernist marvel? While away an afternoon taking pictures in Park Güell?.

There’s something for every adventurer in Barcelona and you can do it all.

Show your adventurous side

Looking for an adrenaline boost? Try the eight loops of the Dragon Khan roller coaster or the free-falling drop of Shambhala, Europe’s highest roller coaster. The PortAventura theme park is an easy day trip from Barcelona and the perfect way to recharge your batteries after a busy day sightseeing.

Satisfy your inner thrill-seeker with a helicopter ride over the city. Barcelona’s most famous landmarks are especially enchanting with a bird’s-eye view—the Columbus Statue, World Trade Center and the graceful curves of Maremagnum against a backdrop of the azure sea.

Work up an appetite for Barcelona’s incredible cuisine with a yes-you-can e-bike tour from Montjuïc to Barceloneta Beach. From your perch above the city at Montjuïc, the incredible cityscape views beg to be photographed. Explore Montjuïc’s leafy green park, home of the 1992 Olympics, and wander the museums—don’t miss the Fundació Miró—before making your way to the Barceloneta waterfront and an amazing seafood lunch.

Get to know Catalan culture

Ready for a little local culture? El Palau de la Música Catalana is a Barcelona institution with its iconic columned balcony. The interior is a riot of vibrant colors capped with a vast and brilliant skylight.

The Palau is the home of the Orfeó Català, but headliners such as Ella Fitzgerald and Norah Jones have graced its gilded stage. The Palau is the signature work of Catalan Moderniste Lluís Domènech i Montaner, a Gaudí contemporary and rival.

Speaking of Gaudí—no Barcelona escape is complete until you take in his extraordinary works. Of course you should see the Sagrada Família and Park Güell, but don’t miss Casa Vicens, his very first house, if you really want to understand the Master.

Get to know the Modernist master at the Gaudí Exhibition Center, then hop the train for a 20-minute ride to Colònia Güell and the Cripta Gaudí. Think of the Gaudí Crypt and Colònia Güell as the creative laboratory for the Sagrada Família—it’s a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the Gaudí genius.

Shop ‘til you drop in Barcelona

Indulge yourself in a little retail therapy at the trendy boutiques and cutting-edge shops of El Born. Tangled streets lined with renovated mansions give El Born a unique flair. By day, it’s a shopper’s paradise of fashion and design—by night, it’s the place to see and be seen in its swanky restaurants and bars.

If your idea of shopping leans toward luxury outlets and modern brands, take the bus to La Roca and give your credit cards a workout—don’t forget an extra suitcase for your loot!.

Life’s a beach in Barcelona

Barcelona’s beautiful beaches deserve a day of their own. Crashing waves, flying kites, the lighthearted rhythm of beach music...Barceloneta is a nautical escape from the beating heart of the city. After a light picnic lunch on the beach, pop in to L’Aquarium Barcelona and visit the sharks.

See the blue side of Barceloneta and the city’s massive port with a boat ride around the harbor on the Goleta Karya. Sip Spanish wine and snack on small bites from your seat on the luxurious deck.

Do it all your way

The best way to do it your way in Barcelona? Grab a two-day pass on the hop-on, hop-off Barcelona bus tour and let their wheels take you wherever you want to go.

Feel like fútbol? Take the Blue Route to the upper parts of the city and FC Barcelona’s stadium, Camp Nou. Hop off on the Passeig de Gracia for a glimpse of the lifestyles of the rich and famous at Barcelona’s ultra-luxe boutiques.

The Red Route takes you to Plaça de Catalunya and the Port Vell waterfront, and meanders along to Montjuïc’s museums and gardens.

When you’re ready for the beach, hop the Green Route bus and cruise along the Mediterranean sea.

Do it all in Barcelona

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