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  • Barcelona: Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    1. Barcelona: Tapas and Flamenco Experience

    Meet your guide in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, just a short walk from the famous Las Ramblas and the Liceu metro station. They will then escort you to a nearby theater where pre-arranged tickets for a traditional flamenco show await. Be intoxicated by Spain's elaborate and traditional form of dance and song. The fiery 30-minute expression of the flamenco rhythms, voice and color is sure to ignite your love affair with Spain. After the show, your guide will lead you through a romantic labyrinth of alleyways in the Gothic Quarter. Enjoy a sit down tapas dinner of at least 9 different types of tapas, including local meats, cheeses, seafood and vegetarian options. Chat with your new found friends as jugs of fresh sangria are served.

    So much fun! Of course the flamenco was loud, who would expect otherwise? Tapas were delicious and quite plentiful, with very tasty sangria. Met new people and enjoyed getting to know them a bit.

  • Barcelona: Wax Museum Entry Ticket

    2. Barcelona: Wax Museum Entry Ticket

    Discover one of Barcelona’s top attractions, the Wax Museum, located on the iconic Las Ramblas in the heart of the city. With your entry ticket, explore this newly renovated attraction at your own pace, with plenty of time to admire the impressive wax creations. See waxworks of celebrities and historical figures, including Barack Obama, Picasso, Billie Eilish, and Johnny Depp.  You can also marvel at all your favorite TV and film characters from hits such as “Money Heist” and “Star Wars." At the end of your visit, stop by the iconic El Bosc de les Fades, a magical bar set in an enchanted forest.

  • Palau de la Música Guided Tour

    3. Palau de la Música Guided Tour

    Enjoy a guided tour of one of Barcelona’s most emblematic buildings on an exclusive 45-minute guided tour of the Modernist Palau de la Música Catalana. Located in the heart of the city, just minutes from Las Ramblas and Plaza Catalunya, the Palau is a temple of decorative refinements. Your tour starts in the Rehearsal Hall of the Orfeó Catala, where the foundation stone was laid in 1905, and where the choir rehearses regularly as it has done for more than 100 years. Continue to the grand staircase to marvel at the ornate flowers and flags that adorn it. Built from a range of materials, including iron and glass, the detail never ceases to amaze. Next, visit the Lluís Millet Hall and glimpse the large balcony with columns that symbolise nature with flowers of every kind. Finally, be dazzled by an explosion of colors, shapes, and light as you enter the Concert Hall. Your guide will take ...

    Modernist building from one of Gaudi's professor in architecture. Beautiful place certainly worth a visit.

  • Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off & F.C. Barcelona Camp Nou Tour

    4. Barcelona Hop-On Hop-Off & F.C. Barcelona Camp Nou Tour

    With the city tour, you can hop on and hop off all day long with the same ticket, and learn about the history of the city through a comfortable audio system with earphones, in 15 different languages. You will receive a guide map containing all the stops of the route, and discounts for different establishments in the city. The new buses are adapted for people with reduced mobility and have a sliding roof in case of rain; they are fitted with anatomical seats. Moreover, there's always a stewardess on board. There are 2 routes: East and West. Frequency of buses at stops varies depending on the season (between 5 and 20 minutes) and each route takes approximately 2 hours. East/Green Route: Plaça Catalunya, Catedral-Barri Gòtic, Port Vell, Museu d’Història de Catalunya, Barceloneta, Port Olímpic, Platja del Bogatell*, Nova Mar Bella*, Forum*, Glòries-Torre Agbar, Sagrada Fa...

    Fantastic trip, camp nou is a great tour and friendly staff. Great experience and good value with the bus tour and camp nou in one ticket.

  • Barcelona Picasso Museum and Gothic Quarter Guided Tour

    5. Barcelona Picasso Museum and Gothic Quarter Guided Tour

    The name of Barcelona comes from the Latin language, specifically from Barcino, the name given to the settlement by the Romans. Some remains of this primitive settlement are still visible in the Gothic Quarter, where you will discover more things about the history of the city through its medieval cobblestoned streets. You will learn more about some of the most important places in the city, like Las Rambles and the Cathedral. The next part of the tour is the Born’s neighborhood, where you will enjoy the fabulous view of Santa Maria del Mar church, built in a superb Gothic style. Between narrow streets, you'll find the Picasso Museum. This is the only museum that was created while the painter was still alive. It’s a fascinating place to appreciate the beginning of his career. During the guided tour, you will understand Picasso’s artistic evolution, always parallel to his biography. At th...

    It was difficult to find starting point of tour. It took more time than we planned.

  • Barcelona Experience 3-Hour Tour

    6. Barcelona Experience 3-Hour Tour

    A cool three hours exploring Barcelona city center, and the Montjuic Olympic park. Your tour starts by the Arc de Triomf and then heads to the city center via the Sagrada Familia and the ever busy Passeig de Gracia. After driving down Las Ramblas (looking like a rock star) the tour makes it way through El Raval and Poble Sec before climbing slowly onto the open roads of Montjuic. Here you can see Poble Espanyol, MNAC, the Olympic Stadium, the Miro Foundation and Montjuic Castle. Coming down from Montjuic, follow the coastline until Port Olympic, where you make the final turn back towards GoCar HQ.

  • From Barcelona: Vineyard Wine Tasting and Sitges Town Tour

    7. From Barcelona: Vineyard Wine Tasting and Sitges Town Tour

    Meet at a bar right in the heart of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, before heading out into wine country in the beautiful local mountains. Here you will experience a two-hour tour of a family-run vineyard. See how and where the grapes are grown, and the winemaking process. Then go to the local bodega and enjoy a few sample glasses for yourself. After, you will head back down the picturesque mountains to the coast. Along the coastline is the world-famous town of Sitges. Once you have disembarked from the bus, you will have a few hours free time to either tour the town, go to the local museums or simply sit by the sea and enjoy a tapas lunch. There is no better way to enjoy the majesty of Barcelona's surrounding wine region.

  • Barcelona: 1.5-Hour City and Seafront Segway Group Tour

    8. Barcelona: 1.5-Hour City and Seafront Segway Group Tour

    Enjoy a 1.5-hour group Segway tour of Barcelona, with full Segway and helmet rental, and Segway training session before your start. Experience the Mediterranean breeze as you Segway the city’s sidewalks and bike paths for maximum comfort and safety. See the massive cruise ships come in to dock, and glide past the sandy beaches and palm trees of the seafront promenade. Venture down the narrow lanes of the Gothic Quarter, and discover the Barcelona of the Middle Ages and Roman ear. Continue towards the marina to see the gleaming yachts of the rich and famous, and enjoy a panoramic view from the observation deck of the Olympic Port. Continue past the former fishing enclave of Barceloneta, and Segway by the side of the beaches to Port Olimpic. Next, travel through Parc de la Ciutadella, where you can explore this beautiful botanical garden to find its hidden gems.

    Covid restrictions meant that it was just our group with the tour guide. Ivan was very relaxed and friendly, knowledgeable, and gave a great tour. Scenic route yet friendly for segway beginners with minimal obstacles and time for practice in the beginning.

  • Barcelona: City & Seafront Segway Tour

    9. Barcelona: City & Seafront Segway Tour

    Feel the Mediterranean breeze on your face as you ride effortlessly along on your Segway. Move from one scenic spot to another on the city’s sidewalks and bike paths for maximum comfort and safety. Glide past the sandy beaches and palm trees along the seafront. Learn about the former fishing enclave of Barceloneta and absorb the atmosphere of Port Vell (the Old Port). Venture down the narrow lanes of the Gothic Quarter. Discover the Barcelona of the Middle Ages and Roman era.

  • Barcelona: City Tour & Flamenco Show with Wine & Tapas

    10. Barcelona: City Tour & Flamenco Show with Wine & Tapas

    Meet your friendly guide at the meeting point on the bustling La Rambla, then set out onto the vibrant streets of Barcelona for your 2-hour walking tour. Take a stroll through the charming Gothic Quarter and admire the buildings' intricate architecture as you wander along narrow alleyways. Stop by the Gothic Quarter’s majestic Plaza Real and the Roman Walls then head to a traditional bar to quench your thirst with a glass of red wine, vermouth, or a local beer accompanied by tapas. Continue the tour into the charming Born District next, which combines ancient buildings with modern bars and shops. Soak up the magical atmosphere of the neighborhood then visit Santa Maria del Mar Church, a stunning basilica built entirely by pilgrims in the 14th century. At the end of an insightful tour, say goodbye to your guide and receive your skip-the-line tickets to one of the best flamenco shows in ...

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Covid restrictions meant that it was just our group with the tour guide. Ivan was very relaxed and friendly, knowledgeable, and gave a great tour. Scenic route yet friendly for segway beginners with minimal obstacles and time for practice in the beginning.

If you decide to visit Spain and would like to intimately learn about the passion, drive and talents of it's people. This place is a must see, bar none the best cultural emersion that is wonderfully crafted.

So much fun! Of course the flamenco was loud, who would expect otherwise? Tapas were delicious and quite plentiful, with very tasty sangria. Met new people and enjoyed getting to know them a bit.

This is a must see if you are in town. The crew at Travelers Nest Bar were excellent as well.

It's not very big in an hour you are through. But is very nicely designed