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Barcelona: Montserrat Tour, Monastery & Optional Wine/Lunch

1. Barcelona: Montserrat Tour, Monastery & Optional Wine/Lunch

Experience an unforgettable guided group tour to Montserrat, Catalonia's most famous mountain range. Take in the beauty of its natural rolling landscape and discover the history and traditions of its medieval monastery. After your bus journey from Barcelona, board the cogwheel train up to the monastery and admire the beautiful nature and iconic multi-peaked mountain range of Montserrat. Once at the monastery, your guide will take you on a walking tour of the historical center of the complex.  Learn about the rich history of the Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey, an 11th-century monastery that still functions to this day, with over 70 monks. Entry to the monastery is included in the tour price. Use the allotted free time to wander freely and visit the famous Black Madonna and see paintings by Picasso, El Greco, and Dali at the Montserrat Museum. During your free time, you can also ride the funicular train up the side of the mountain to get even better viewpoints of the monastery.  Travelers who booked the half-day tour option will return to Barcelona after the visit to Montserrat. If you chose a full-day tour option, you'll continue toward a beautiful boutique winery. Arrive at the winery and, depending on the food option you booked, enjoy a light tapas or multi-course lunch. Admire amazing views of the winery and Montserrat mountains as you feast on traditional foods of the region. After your meal, wander around the vineyards, learn about the wine-making process, and enjoy a wine tasting session, before traveling back to Barcelona.

Rías Baixas: Boat Trip, Mussels, Wine, and Winery Visit Tour

2. Rías Baixas: Boat Trip, Mussels, Wine, and Winery Visit Tour

Stop at the Natural Park “A Barosa,” an oasis of peace perfect for relaxing, spending time in tranquility, and experiencing the sensations of the real and genuine Galicia: rural, calm, and away from aggressive tourism. Take a walk through the vineyards of the very prestigious Albariño. Have the opportunity to learn about the production of this excellent wine as well as engage in a tasting of three wines of the denomination Rias Baixas in good company.  Next, stop at the shrine of “la Lanzada.” Get a full overview of this mystical place, established in the 9th century, and take a beautiful walk. Cross part of the bay of Poio, and see beauty contained on a giant rock upon which it is built. See the granaries that surround it, the houses overlooking the sea, and the several stone crosses typical of Galicia, called Cruceiros, which are on the site. Tour the characteristic streets and squares of this place, and have the possibility to take a real and authentic journey through time, as well as visit an area of great ecological value.  Next stop at the island of Toja, famous for the production of soap and for its hot springs, located in an area called Red Natura 2000. Discover a small museum of the old soap factory and a chapel completely covered with shells. End with a tour of the sea, during which you will admire and face directly the production of mussels, oysters, and scallops, making different stops to contemplate the watering holes.  Taste steamed mussels in great quantity accompanied by one of the best local Albariño wines (Condes de Albarei) and shots of Crema de Orujo. Pickup by bus at 9:15 AMArrive in Santiago at 7:00 PM

From Barcelona: Montserrat Half-Day Wine and Tapas Trip

3. From Barcelona: Montserrat Half-Day Wine and Tapas Trip

Escape to the natural landscape of the Montserrat mountains on a half-day sightseeing and wine tasting tour from Barcelona by bus.  Enjoy breathtaking views of the mountain range, taste Catalan wines at a local winery, and walk through historic pathways, learning about the region from your local guide. The strange shaped mountains of Montserrat is the location of a Benedictine monastery that has been a site of pilgrimage for centuries, thanks to its story of the miracles performed by the Virgin Mary and the fabled 12th-century image of Our Lady. After a short visit to this historic site, head to a boutique winery, just a few minutes away, and tour one of the most important wineries in the region. Located in an impressive castle that’s more than 1,000 years old, the winery boasts more than 1,000 acres of beautiful land. Tours are kept to a maximum of 16 people for a more intimate experience, and include a tour of the vineyards and winery, where the local wines become older and wiser. Thanks to your guide, you will sense the history, soil, sun, and rain that influence the 3 wines you will taste.  Learn about the upkeep of the vines, the grape harvest, how the French oak barrels impact on the flavor, and more. To keep you on your feet, the tasting table will be laden with Spanish tapas.

Jerez: 1.5-Hour Sherry Winery and Tasting Tour

4. Jerez: 1.5-Hour Sherry Winery and Tasting Tour

Experience the unique taste of sherry wine at one of the most famous bodegas (wineries) in the world. Located in the sherry capital of Jerez de la Frontera and globally recognized for its brandies and fortified wines, González Byass has a fascinating history that includes the construction of the great Tío Pepe bodega in 1963. Make your way to the bodega in the fertile green hills, where the poignant music and dance of the flamenco was born. Among the legendary products González Byass produces, the Soberano brandy is world-renowned, while the Lepanto brandy features a distinctive bottle designed by the Royal Glass Factory of La Granja. The sherry wines produced at González Byass are made from the best Palomino grapes, resulting in a young wine that is thoroughly mixed and ripe. The wine is aged for a year in open oak barrels, as it is one of the few wines that improve from contact with the air. A noble and old sherry can educate younger ones and the older wines are stored in aged barrels and constantly replenished to maintain their quality. In 2014, González Byass was awarded the "Best Visitor Centre" in the Drinks International Wine Tourism Awards. .

Seville: Paella Cooking Experience on a Rooftop Terrace

5. Seville: Paella Cooking Experience on a Rooftop Terrace

Immerse yourself in a truly authentic Spanish experience and enjoy an evening of unforgettable memories as you learn how to cook a traditional paella in the heart of Seville. Atop a stunning rooftop that overlooks the city of Seville, soak up the sunshine and admire the view as you relax with locals and learn new skills. Your helpful guides will not only teach you how to cook the dish, but also how to make a traditional and special sangria made with the freshest local ingredients. There is no dish of Spanish cuisine more internationally known than paella, and your friends and family back home will be more than impressed with your new cooking skills. you can learn about each of the ingredients, including where they come from and their history. Once you’ve watched your guides cook the paella, you will be able to relax as you enjoy the dish and watch the world go by on the terrace.

From Barcelona: Wine, Cava, Tapas & Vineyards 4WD Experience

6. From Barcelona: Wine, Cava, Tapas & Vineyards 4WD Experience

Visit the Penedès region on this excursion and discover the fascinating world of wine. Explore the vineyards of two wineries, taste delicious wines paired with gourmet delicacies, and learn about the art of winemaking. Situated between the sea and the mountains, the Penedès enjoys both the influence of the sun and the Mediterranean Sea, making it prime territory for winemaking. Make your way there on a luxury Mercedes SUV to visit 2 hand-picked family wineries. Make your first stop at a boutique winery that has been cultivating vines for over 2,000 years. Be welcomed by a winemaker who will show you its subterranean wine cellar. Learn fascinating facts about grape varieties, vine growing, winemaking and the optimal conditions for wine storage. Take the opportunity to taste 4 fine wines in a stylish tasting room, accompanied by an assortment of gourmet delicacies. Next, make a visit to the traditional manor house and vineyards to discover the art and secrets of winemaking. Continue the visit through the vineyards in a convertible 4x4 vehicle, accompanied by your guide and a viticulturist. Admire the stunning rural landscape with seemingly endless vineyards. Along the way, and in the midst of the vines, you’ll pass a Romanesque church that belongs to the manor. The second and final visit is to an equally historical winery specializing in cava, a naturally sparkling wine with an unmistakable flavor deeply rooted in Catalonia. The ancestral estate is built over an old farmhouse but features cutting-edge design facilities. Enjoy the opportunity to enter the capella, the heart of the cellar, and the oldest part of the winery. After visiting the vineyard and cellar, you’ll have a chance to taste 4 unique types of cava. Each will be paired with an appetizer that enhances the tasting experience.

Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

7. Seville: Sangria Tasting with Rooftop Views

You will be warmly welcome to the rooftop restaurant that has one of the most private and exclusive rooftops in Seville. With views of the whole city center, get comfortable while your first two types of sangria are prepared. Enjoy a red wine and a white wine sangria with fresh seasonal fruit while also sampling marinated olives and a 2-year-old manchego cheese.   Later on, try the next drink of cava sangria with fruit perfectly paired for this type of sangria. Towards the end of the experience, you’ll see a sherry sangria demonstration right in front of your eyes and learn how to make an easy and traditional sangria using the most traditional wine from the region.   This will be an experience partially hosted lasting 1.5 hours and for first part you will be enjoying your food and drinks on the rooftop with your company. The last 30-45 minutes involve the interactive demonstration where you will try your hand at making sangria.

Half-Day Spanish Cooking Class & Boqueria Market Tour

8. Half-Day Spanish Cooking Class & Boqueria Market Tour

Enjoy an authentic culinary experience in Barcelona, and learn how to cook a classic Spanish meal, or Catalan dishes in a “tapas” style. Available as a morning or evening option, morning tours include a visit to La Boqueria Market on Las Ramblas, one of the most thrilling markets in the city center. Join the chef on a behind-the-scenes tour to meet the vendors; some coming from generations of market traders. Learn about the locally grown produce, and select the ingredients for your cooking class. Once in the kitchen, prepare a 4 course menu of paella, soup, appetizer, and dessert. Every Wednesday morning the class is focused on Catalan flavors, with dishes prepared in "tapas" style. Get hands-on help from professionally trained bilingual Spanish chefs, and follow their tips whether you are an experienced cook or complete novice. Once your dishes are complete, sit down to savor your success, with pairings of Riojan (red) and Galician (white) wines.

Barcelona: Sailing Cruise and Vineyard Visit with Tasting

9. Barcelona: Sailing Cruise and Vineyard Visit with Tasting

Have an exclusive sailing experience on board a luxury sailboat and sail to one of the oldest wine regions in Spain, where you'll visit a wine cellar and taste 4 Mediterranean organic wines.   Board a unique and luxury sailboat and travel along the coast while taking in views of Barcelona’s landmarks and skyline. While sailing, enjoy some snacks like olives, chips or crackers and soft drinks, beer, water, wine, or champagne. After sailing, arrive at Alella harbor, and a private transfer will take you to the vineyard. Expert sommeliers will welcome you at this family winery, a beautiful 14th-century structure surrounded by vineyards and the Mediterranean Sea.   Stroll along its vineyards that have been cultivated for 25 years, now cultivated using modern and organic techniques. The wines of Alella have a long history: during the Middle Ages, they were favorites in the Barcelona Cathedral, later becoming one of the quality wines exported from Catalonia throughout the world. After a relaxing morning tasting 4 of their exclusive wines, return to the city in a luxury minivan.

Málaga: Evening Wine and Tapas Tour

10. Málaga: Evening Wine and Tapas Tour

Take a culinary tour of Spanish cuisine with an introduction to the fine wine varietals of the region and diverse tapas on this tour of Málaga. Let your expert guide lead you off the beaten path through the nightlife of Málaga. Start with a visit to a charming and traditional tavern in Málaga and sample some characteristic wines of the region here. Taste some freshly sliced Iberian ham in a small, family-run grocery store and enjoy the typical Spanish lifestyle. Continue on your way to a small, cozy bar that specializes in sausage, cheese and vermouth. Enjoy a few little bites here before heading to the most famous bars in Málaga. Learn all about the development of cuisine in Málaga and let the innovative ideas of modern cooking inspire you.

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4.6 / 5

based on 734 reviews

My only complaint was that the instructor seemed a bit shy, at least at the beginning of the class going to the market and in the 10-15 minutes that he set up the kitchen when we arrived back, but I think that was in order for the group to develop a good chemistry among us and really enjoy ourselves, the sangria also helped haha. My suggestion would be to perhaps implement more historical facts about Spain and paella during these moments? Otherwise, the instructor was very knowledgeable and kind, cracking jokes and spending time to know us for the cooking and eating part of the class. Chef Gabriel was really cool and he knows how to make a kickass paella, easily the best one I have ever eaten ( and I work as a chef so I can be a critic at times!)! I really enjoyed this experience and it was easily worth the price of 130 euro for 2. Highly recommend!

Absolutely incredible! Gus with Get Your Guide was terrific. His knowledge of all aspects of the Montserrat was top notch. This tour was one of the best ever. The basilica at the monastery was inspiring as was the boy’s choir, who we were fortunate to hear / beautiful. So much to see there, could have stayed longer. Then on to the Oller de Mas winery with so much history and fabulous wine and nice lunch. Gus even gave the wine tour and lead the tasting session. He had great knowledge of the winery, the grapes and the wines selected This is a full day and worth it every minute. Great job Gus and to all at Get Your Guide!

David was a great guide and overall the tour, monuments and wine tasting was a great deal! The sit down at the wine store was a nice break from trekking through the cobblestones. We picked the wine tasting for the break but just know if you choose the wine tasting then you don’t get the guided cathedral but you can still go there on your own afterwards!

The best booking ever. Our tour guide, Steven was the very best guide. He made the day perfect.

Great way to experience the city on our first day.