Barcelona & Catalonia

Catalonia is a land of rich and varied scenery where history, language and a distinct cultural tradition have shaped the personality of its people. The Catalan capital, Barcelona, has a unique cultural character. For the past two decades, Barcelona has experienced many innovative changes which have transformed it into a modern city whilst retaining its deep-rooted cultural traditions. To uncover the different flavours of the region, try visiting Barcelona & Catalonia in combination with the medieval French town of Carcassonne and the Pyrenees!

» Sagrada Família
» Park Güell
» La Pedrera - Casa Mila by Antonio Gaudi
» La Rambla
» Gothic Quarter
» Monastery of Montserrat
» Poble Espanyol - Spanish Village
» Montjuïc
» Barcelona Football Stadium

Museums & Exhibitions
» Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art
» Picasso Museum
» National Art Museum of Catalonia
» Barcelona City History Museum
» Joan Miró Foundation
» Picasso Museum
» Olympic and Sport Museum

» The Magic Fountain of Montjuïc
» Camp Nou & Barcelona FC Museum
» L’Aquarium
» Maremagnum
» IMAX Port Vell
» Barcelona Zoo
» Catalonia in Miniature
» El Bosc Animat - The Living Forest
» Illa Fantasia Aquatic Park
» PortAventura Theme Park

For additional information and assistance with planning your next school trip, please contact one of our Schools & College Tours Specialists on 01 241 0800 or email

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