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Barcelona Day Trips


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Shore excursions of Barcelona in a day

If your cruise stops in Barcelona and you want to make the most of your time in the Catalan city, ...

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With our Barcelona Day Trips you will be escorted by our English-speaking drivers from your hotel on board of a VIP minivan or car and you will enjoy all the best that Catalonia can offer.

You can relax on pristine beaches, relaxing mountain areas and cities full of history and art.

Where to go in Barcelona in one day?

Barcelona is a very big city and full of attractions, so choosing what to do in just one day can be difficult. With our Barcelona Shore Trip, you can see Gaudí’s most famous masterpieces, such as:

  • the Sagrada Familia: This incredible church designed by Antoni Gaudi is one of the most famous attractions in Barcelona. Its facade and interior are very impressive and the entrance ticket allows you to also visit the tower for a panoramic view of the city.
  • Casa Batllò and Casa Mila.
    Casa Batllò is a building in 1877 and then renovated by Gaudi between 1904 and 1906. The building is known for its brightly coloured façade, inspired by the seabed, and for its equally unusual interiors, where the walls and windows curve organically and surreally. Some of the most interesting features of Casa Batllò include the dragon skeleton style roof, the atrium decorated with glass and ceramic mosaics, and the bone-like columns.

    Casa Mila, also known as La Pedrera, is another modernist building built between 1906 and 1910. The building is characterized by its wavy facade and by organic and irregular shapes, which make it unique. Casa Mila was designed as a residential building and contains private apartments, but now also houses a museum and an exhibition area. Some of the most notable features of the building include the panoramic terrace with its particular ventilation towers, and the apartment decorated in modernist style, that allows you to take a leap back in time and imagine what would have been the daily life of its inhabitants in the time of Gaudi.

With our guide you will then head to Las Ramblas, a famous pedestrian street in Barcelona, very lively and full of shops, cafes and restaurants. Here you can also find the famous Boqueria market, where you can enjoy delicious local dishes.

You will also visit the Palace of Music. The Palace of Catalan Music, or Palau de la Música Catalana in Catalan, is a famous auditorium and cultural center located in the Raval district of Barcelona, Spain. It was designed by the modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner and built between 1905 and 1908. The building is known for its extraordinary modernist architecture, characterized by elaborate decorations and details, including stained glass windows, mosaics, sculptures and ornate balconies.

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