All Barcelona Highlights Tour
The ideal tour to cover the very best of Barcelona in a day. Enjoy the outstanding views from Montjuïc Hill, visit Sagrada Família and Passeig de Gràcia plus the Port, Olympic Ring and Poble Espanyol (includes 45 minutes free time to visit the village and have lunch).
Articket Barcelona – Skip the line!
The Articket provides one-time admission to six of Barcelona’s foremost museums and art centres: Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Fundació Joan Miró, Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya and Museu Picasso.
Barcelona Gaudí eBike Tour
Barcelona Highlights eBike tour: join us to experience Barcelona through Gaudí’s eyes. On this tour you will hear anecdotes from Gaudís life. We will inform you so that you can perceive a deeper understanding of his fantastic architecture and gain an idea of how his four big passions influenced his style.
Casa Batlló – Skip the line!
This masterpiece and architectural jewel was designed by the world-renowned Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and built between 1904 and 1906. This major landmark of Catalonia's home-grown Art Nouveau, Modernist style, stands on the Passeig de Gràcia.
1 hour jamón experience in which you will learn through an interactive and entertaining way the process of production, origins and types of Jamón. It includes audiovisual tour and tasting of 6 great hand carved hams done by professional carvers and paired with cava, beer or wine.
La Pedrera Skip the line!
When Antoni Gaudí was at the peak of his career, he designed La Pedrera, his last residential building. This is one of his most innovative landmarks and has become a work of art in its own right. The Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera (Catalan for quarry), was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984.
Las Golondrinas Barcelona Sea
Sail along 9 miles, following the Sea Front of Barcelona, showing you the main buildings of the city skyline. It is a great activity to do with children, as an opportunity to enjoy nature, great unique views as you discover some of the icons of Barcelona.
Montserrat, Food & Wine
Enjoy our exclusive and intimate experiences. Discover the national park of Montserrat, one of the most important landmarks of the region. Enjoy the famous Catalan cuisine and visit Oller del Mas, a millennial Castle, you will enjoy taste a château wine!
Montserrat, Tapas & Wine
A break in nature while you enjoy your holiday. Visit Montserrat and enjoy a Wine Tasting in Oller del Mas, a castle surrounded by gorgeous fields with jaw dropping views. A very intense experience in nature and the feeling of the past. Top regional tapas in this tour that exceeds in quality.
Palacio del Flamenco Show
Palacio del Flamenco is currently offering three different shows with more than 15 artists performing on stage. “Cantaores” (singers), “bailaores” (dancers), guitar players and other musician create a mixture of flamenco styles from the traditional ones to new fusions.
Barcelona Shopping & Sensations
Follow Barcelona’s history and way life through the shop windows of la Ribera and Sant Pere neighborhoods. Capture Barcelona’s commercial tradition, culture and cuisine with a taste of a bit of everything: from the Santa Caterina market, centenary shops to trendy and local design boutiques.
Catalan Vermouth & Hipster Quarter Photo Shooting!
We will visit the “Big Waterfall” in Ciutadella Park & the oldest neighbourhoods in town! . the tour includes an amazing & spontaneous photo shooting through the main spots of the walk. Later we will visit a tradicional local bodega for a catalan Vermouth experience.
Private Wine & Tapas Experience + Photo Tour by eBike!
Take the Private Wine & Tapas Experience + Photo Tour by eBike to discover the city in a fun and different way while capturing amazing memories!
Wax Museum of Barcelona
The tour takes about an hour, and starts at the spectacular staircase and ends after the most mysterious area of the museum. The outstanding set design of most of the rooms was projected by the founder of the museum, Enrique Alarcón, a renowned set designer.