Few cities of the world can boast such architectural richness and culture as the electrifying metropolis of Barcelona. This extensive tour of the city takes in many of the major highlights, including the Old Quarter and the city’s most eccentric landmark - Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia. Work on this church began in 1882 and still continues today. If you’re a first time visitor to Barcelona, don’t miss the chance to see it. Another ‘must see’ attraction you’ll visit is The Spanish Village, where you can see many examples of Spanish architecture. Enjoy the arts and crafts shops and spend some time shopping before taking a drive through Montjuic Gardens.
You'll see the Sagrada Familia from the outside only after a 15-minute walk. Shorts should not be worn and shoulders should be covered when visiting religious sights - we will not be able to visit Barcelona Cathedral on Sundays, public holidays or if certain religious services are taking place. There are about 20 steps to enter Barcelona Cathedral.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.