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Tailor-made School Trips to Barcelona

Overview
Reasons to Visit
Places to Stay
  • Overview

    Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, is the cultural centre of northern Spain. This bustling, lively, historic city has an excellent range of art museums, fine architecture, historic monuments and amusement parks which will appeal to students studying a variety of subjects.

    Alongside its cultural heritage Barcelona boasts a stunning beach with up to 2.8 miles of coastline and has been voted the world’s best beach city by National Geographic. The Mediterranean climate means that the city can be enjoyed all year round. If all this does not suffice, you can also take a tour of the famous Nou Camp Stadium and enjoy some traditional tapas for a real flavour of Spain.

  • Reasons to Visit
    1. Guided Sightseeing Tour of Barcelona

      The city tour is an excellent introduction to the city, and will typically visit places such as the Sagrada Familia and other Gaudi landmarks, the Olympic Port, Montjuic and the Olympic Ring, the Old City. City tours can be tailored to meet your programme.

    2. Parc Guell

      This park is based on the design of garden cities in England and is a classic representation of Gaudi’s ideas. At the centre is the Great Esplande, with an undulating bench covered in some of the finest examples of trencadis (broken mosaic work) mostly by Gaudis overshadowed assistant Josep Maria Jujol.

    3. Barcelona FC Nou Camp Stadium

      A modernised museum with an interactive mural, great audio-visual displays and trophies on view, as well as an extensive collection of memorabillia. A full tour of the stadium including a view from the grandstand can be included as part of your visit.

    4. Port Aventura

      This is now Spain’s number 1 tourist attraction, and one of the biggest theme parks in Europe with the usual mix of shows, white knuckle rides and of plenty of shops and places to eat. Study workbooks on Business, Tourism and Spanish Language are available to accompany your visit.

    5. Olympic Games Stadium

      The Olympic Stadium staged the Olympic games in 1992 and can be toured to see where the action took place. It is located at the top of the Montjuic Mountain, reached by funicular railway, which offers spectacular views over the city.

    6. Sagrada Familia

      Worked on for over 100 years, the Sagrada Familia represents Gaudi's dedication to build a church with precise symbolic meaning. It is the most recognisable structure of the city.

    7. Tapas Tour

      Go where the locals go and have fun while learning something in the experience. Spend an evening strolling along the historic streets of Barcelona with a knowledgeable guide while tasting a variety of Spain's culinary treasures.

    8. Flamenco Show

      Although not traditionally famed for its flamenco, Barcelona does still offer a range of shows and workshops to demonstrate this Spanish art form.

    9. Girona

      Located on a hilltop at the branching of two rivers, Girona is a town that combines local traditions with a modern feel and thriving arts scene. Girona offers treasures such as a vast Gothic and Romanesque Cathedral, a labyrinthine Jewish Quarter and Arab baths, only an hour from Barcelona.

    10. Montserrat

      At the top of the “Sacred Mountain” is a 9th Century Benedictine Monastery with a shrine to the “Black Virgin”. The dramatic location adds to the effect of the spiritual heart of Catalonia. Take the cable car to the top for spectacular views.

  • Places to stay
    • Alberg Pere Tarres

      Located north of Sants railway station, just off the Avenida Diagonal, this modern hostel offers a good standard of accommodation. There is a large 24 hr reception with TV, tables & chairs, snack machine, meeting room, table tennis and Wi-Fi available throughout the hostel.

    • Generator Hostel

      The hotel is located in the heart of the city centre, in the historic Eixemple district. The nearest metro is ‘Diagonal’ which is a 5 minute walk from the hostel. There is a large 24-hr reception, safety deposit facilities at reception, a lounge and games room and free wireless internet throughout most of the building.

    • Hostal Urbany

      An eco-friendly building close to all the city's major sights this hostel is the newest in Barcelona - 2-6 bedded rooms - private facilities - security lockers - swimming pool - common room - restaurant - 24 hour reception - internet access

    • Hotel Roma Reial

      Centrally located, just off Las Ramblas in the Plaza Reial. 2-4 bedded rooms, all rooms have private facilities and TV. The hotel has a restaurant.

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