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4 Days in Barcelona

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4 Days from $3,568 per person based on a private departure for a minimum of two and a maximum of six guests.

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Barcelona has always been a city in love with style from the Moderniste to the avant-garde there are no limits to the creativity shown from department stores to theatres. It has also served as a home to artists such as Picasso and Miro and its most notable creative influence, Antoni Gaudi whose unique architectural style in the early 20th Century inspired today’s artistic innovation. Let us show you examples of their work whether hanging on a museum wall or dominating a skyline.

Whether you arrive at the airport or the AVE station you will be met by your guide who will escort you to the car that will take you to your hotel which exemplifies the cutting edge architectural style of today’s Barcelona. You have the rest of the day to relax and take a stroll on the streets near your hotel. This evening dinner is served in the hotel’s gourmet restaurant

This morning you will meet up with your guide and head to the cable car which will take you up Montjuic Hill passing the Olympic stadium and offering breathtaking views of the city both on the ascent and once you have arrived. You are here to visit the Fundacio Miro which was established by the artist to display his work and those of other noted artists of his generation including Calder. He is actually buried close to the Museum. After a private tour you descend to the city level and visit the Palace de la Musico Catalana an “over the top” theatre created in 1908. The ceramic covered ticket office is a must see. You will then head to Las Ramblas and the Gothic quarter where you find the Picasso Museum. Picasso lived in the city in the early part of the 20th Century and the museum showcases many of his paintings and sketches from that period. You have lunch in the Gothic Quarter and then the rest of the day is at leisure. We recommend that you continue to explore that art galleries in the quarter and the nearby Raval district.

The high priest of modernist architecture, Antoni Gaudi belongs to a distinguished line of visionaries who, over the generations, have endowed Barcelona with the world’s most curious mixture of styles. On your tour you will view some of Gaudi’s key commercial works including Casa Batllo built in the early 1900’s and still in use today. You will then spend some time studying La Sagrada Familia the cathedral that is Gaudi’s unfinished masterpiece. You will also visit Gaudi Casa Museo which was Gaudi’s home from 1906 to 1926. In addition to designing the whimsical house he also designed most of the furniture. After your tour you enjoy a lunch of Catalan Tapas paired with appropriate wines.

Depending on your next destination you will be transferred to either the AVE station or the airport to continue your exploration of the Iberian Peninsula.