Barcelona is embedded in the beautiful and impressive landscape of Catalonia. Many places are worth to visit on a day trip. You can book here different guided tours to several destinations.
The Montserrat mountain is one of the most beautiful landscapes of Catalonia. From the top of the mountain, you have a magnificent view to the Pyrenees. The Montserrat monastery, a centre of the Catalan resistance to Franco's times, is world famous and built imposing in the mountainous.
Here you book a hike through the natural park of Montserrat, home of the most emblematic sights of Catalonia, visit the world famous Montserrat Monastery and Basilica.
During your hike your guide will explain about the unique morphology of the mountain, the geography and historical facts of interest.
Visit two outstanding attractions on a day trip from Barcelona to Colonia Guell and Montserrat! Discover a lesser-known work of Antoni Gaudí – the crypt at Colonia Guell. Ride the rack railway to the top of Montserrat for wonderful views, and visit the mountain’s Benedictine monastery. This partially guided tour gives you plenty of time to spend at leisure at both attractions.
You can book a guided tour to Figueres, the birthplace of Dalí and visit the Salvador Dali Museum and Cadaques. The tour is with a small group from Barcelona.
In St. Miquel del Fai, the plunging waterfalls of the cliffs which is together with the medieval architecture, a magical blend. From Barcelona, you are driven to the starting point of the hike. Your guide will welcome you there. The walk to Sant Miquel del Fai will take you through a beautiful valley with waterfalls and natural lakes. You will see the Chapel of St. Miquel, the only Romanesque chapel, built under a cliff. Next it goes to the caves of Tosques.
Leaving Barcelona with a modern and comfortable bus, you'll head straight to Montserrat to visit the Basilica where the famous 12th-century statue of the Black Virgin is housed. At 1pm on weekdays there is the opportunity to hear one of Europe's oldest children's choirs, La Escolania de Montserrat.
In the afternoon, leave Montserrat to visit one of the most famous wine producers of the Penedes region, either Freixenet or Codorniu. Visit their vast wine cellars, sample the product and see why this sparkling wine has acquired international fame.
Enjoy the hinterland of Barcelona with its breathtaking landscape as you float silently 900 meters over Catalonia. You will experience something very exclusive and unforgettable.
Head to the Spanish hills for the day to hike the spectacular Pyrenees mountains on a small group excursion from Barcelona. You'll visit charming mountain villages, travel in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan.
The first stop is the old market town of Vic and its beautiful cathedral. Next you'll visit the stunning stone-built village of Queralbs, from where you'll catch the rack railway high into the Pyrenees to Nuria. Here, you can spend the rest of the day exploring the beautiful mountain scenery, following hiking routes, horse riding or boating.
On this wine-tasting tour from Barcelona, spend a relaxing day in the countryside as you sample wine and learn about cava (Catalan sparkling wine). You will venture into the Penedès region to discover some of Catalonia's most iconic wineries.
Experience a great day out for the whole family at one of Spain's most popular theme parks. Illa Fantasia water park is located just outside of Barcelona and hosts over 22 thrilling water rides.
Catch a free bus from central Barcelona, or use the car park if you're driving, and choose from a delicious selection of restaurants. There are also large picnic and BBQ areas where you can sit and relax in the sunshine, raid the on-site supermarket, or simply bring your own food.
Discover the Salvador Dalí Museum at Figueres and the magical medieval town of Girona on a full-day trip from Barcelona. Figueres and Girona are two of the most famous attractions in northern Catalonia, making your visit to Barcelona complete.
You can also take a guided trip or a hike to the Costa Brava, Sitges, Tarragona, Gerona, the Pyrenees, Figueres and more.