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Cultural Visits

group A, you pay - group B, go free

Choose 2 cultural visits: 1 choice from group A and 1 choice from group B

Visit “Paseo de Gracia” and entrance to “La Pedrera” (group A)


If you like shopping then you’ll love going here!

One of Barcelona's most important shopping and business areas, containing several of the city's most celebrated pieces of architecture. It is a busy, cosmopolitan street and is nowadays regarded as the most expensive street in Barcelona.


Entrance fee to “La Pedrera” - 15€

Travel cost: Basic – Return underground journey - 1 zone -1.85€

Visit The Gothic Quarter and entrance to The Picasso Museum (group A)


The centre of the old city of Barcelona is a mixture of medieval, Roman and modern influences. The Barri Gòtic retains a labyrinthine street plan, with many small streets opening out into squares.




Entrance fee to The Picasso Museum (including the temporary exhibition) - 11 €

Travel cost: Basic – Return underground journey - 1 zone -1.85€

Visit "La Sagrada Familia” (group A)


Translates as the Holy family, referring to the individual spires of the church, this is a wonderful example of Antoni Gaudí’s architecture. Work on this colossal church began in 1882 and has an anticipated completion date of 2026!




Entrance fee to "La Sagrada Familia” - 14,30€
Travel cost: Basic – Return underground journey - 1 zone -1.85€

Visit Barcelona Football Club Stadium and entrance to the Football Museum (group A)


Camp Nou has been the home of FC Barcelona since 1957. It seats 99, 354 making it the largest in Europe in terms of capacity. Get to know the Museum and the history and values that make Barca “more than a club”




Entrance fee to The Camp Nou Experience - 22€

Travel cost: Basic – Return underground journey - 1 zone -1.85€

Visit “La Rambla”, “Plaza Real” and entrance to The Wax Museum (group A)


Popular with both tourists and locals alike, a tree-lined pedestrian street where you can find Human statues, kiosks and many souvenirs.  Connecting with Plaça Catalunya, it is arguably the modern day centre of the city.




Entrance fee to The Wax Museum - 15€

Travel cost: Basic – Return underground journey - 1 zone -1.85€

Visit “Montjuïc” and entrance to “Fundació Miró or "Caixa Forum” exhibitions (group A)


Experience breathtaking views of the city!

Here we find views over the city's harbour immediately below, the olympic stadium, the palau nacional, with its fountains, and Montjuïc fortress.




Entrance fee to “Fundació Miró” - 10€ Travel cost: Basic – Return underground journey - 1 zone (inc. funicular railway) -1.85€

Visit “El Tibidabo” and entrance to The Attraction Park (group A)


Affording views over the city and the surrounding coastline, this is a bird’s eye view of the city. The Catholic church, the amusement Park and the telecommunications tower are all visible from most of the city.




Entrance fee to Tibidabo Attraction Park - 25,20€

Travel cost: (including underground, tramvia, bus and funicular) approximately – 18.00€

Visit “Montserrat" and entrance to the Monastery (day trip) (group A)


The monastery is Catalonia's most important religious retreat and groups of young people from Barcelona and all over Catalonia make overnight hikes at least once in their lives to watch the sunrise from the heights of Montserrat.




Entrance fee to - 0€

Travel cost: (including funicular) – 23,10€

Visit “El Palau de la Música”and entrance to The Cathedral (group B)


The Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia is Gothic in design and the seat of the Archbishop of Barcelona. “El Palau de la Música” is a concert hall in the modernist style and it’s unique ceiling is a must see.




Visit “La Barceloneta” and entrance to the harbour and visit the beach (group B)


Barceloneta is known for its sandy beach (notable for its appearance in Don Quixote, book 2) and its many restaurants and nightclubs along the boardwalk. Its character comes in part from the fact that it was the old fisherman’s area.




Visit “El Arc de Triomf” and entrance to “El Parc de la Ciutadella” (group B)

This is a wonderful, relaxing walk. You go from the Arc de Triomf, built in 1888, down a wide, tree-linedpedestrian street, where you arrive at the Park de la Ciutadella. The park has a boating lake, a mammoth, and here you can find the city zoo. If it's nice weather, which it normally is, then try checking out this side of town.





Visit “El Park Güell” (group B)


A garden complex with architectural elements situated on a hill, designed by Antoni Gaudí. A very interesting visit where you can interact with the art.





Visit “Gracia” neighbourhood (group B)

This is one of Barcelona's neighbourhoods. It used to be a separate town, but nowadays it is part of the city. Gracia is famous for being chic, cool and trendy. You will stumble upon many squares and narrow streets, enjoy the cosmopolitan and young atmosphere and there aren't t too many tourists.





Visit “La Sagrada Familia” from outside (group B)

Barcelona's most famous landmark may charge admission, but viewing it from the outside is free. Personally, I don't think going inside is worth it - the museum isn't especially interesting (unless you have a big interest in architecture) and the climb to the top gives you a less-than-spectacular view of the city.

Of course, paying the entrance fee does at least help guarantee that they finish the building (over 120 years and counting, so far), but if you're on a very tight budget, you can still appreciate 90% of the building from across the road.



Visit “la Rambla”, "Boqueria" Market and “Plaça Reial” (group B)

Just off the Rambla, this is one of the most colourful and lively places in Barcelona, this market sums up the Spanish or Catalan community spirit. People come to shop, to have something to eat, or just to chat. Walk down the Ramblas and take in the amazing human statues and you arrive at Plaça Reial. Some say this is the touristic heart of the city you will find people from all around the world.