Barcelona has a rich history leading back to Roman times, places of cultural importance, modern buildings, hangout spots, etc. On arrival check into a hotel and explore the city on foot at your own pace as you’ll explore some surprising locations. Even though the city is big, you can visit many interesting hubs inaccessible by hop-on, hop-off bus tours or via bikes.
Barcelona Cathedral is dedicated to Saint Eulalia, who was severely tortured by the Romans and attained martyrdom. Visit Gothic Quarter and Plaza St. Jaume, the centers of Old Barcelona. Then proceed to Montjuich, a shallow Jewish hill, ending abruptly and giving a commanding view of the harbor. Columbus bronze statue pointing towards the sea stands 7.2 m tall atop 40 m column, which, along with base makes 60 m tall monument.
The Olympic Stadium and St. Jordi Palace are the next destinations. Visit Catalonia, a Spanish Village and taste Catalonian Cava, a sparkling wine from Spain. Plaza de Espana is a public place built in the year 1928.
You can spend this day on leisurely activities like shopping and seeing places, or visit Montserrat for amazing architecture and the Montserrat monastery for Black Madonna Statue inside the Basilica. You can spend this evening watching Flamenco Show, an Andalucía’s art form, distinctive of Spain.
You’ll have breakfast and proceed to the Airport for the return journey, assisted by our tour guide.