10N / 11D

Barcelona Spain The Paris of Spain


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Barcelona Spain The Paris of Spain

About For Barcelona Spain

Barcelona is a vibrant and dynamic city located in the northeastern region of Spain, known for its stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and delicious cuisine. It is a popular destination for travelers seeking a unique and unforgettable vacation experience. Barcelona is home to a range of iconic landmarks and attractions, such as the famous Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, designed by Antoni Gaudí, and Park Guell, a stunning park filled with Gaudí's colorful and whimsical designs. The city is also home to other famous landmarks, such as La Rambla, a bustling pedestrian street filled with shops, restaurants, and street performers. Barcelona is a city with a rich history and culture, reflected in its museums, such as the Picasso Museum, and its many festivals and celebrations throughout the year. The city is also famous for its delicious cuisine, with a range of local and international options, such as tapas, paella, and fresh seafood. Barcelona also boasts a lively nightlife scene, with a range of bars, clubs, and entertainment venues catering to all tastes and styles. The city's beaches, such as Barceloneta Beach, offer visitors a chance to relax and soak up the Mediterranean sun. Barcelona offers a range of accommodations, from luxury hotels to budget-friendly hostels, and a variety of transportation options, such as the famous public transit system and bike rentals. Barcelona is a vibrant and exciting destination, offering a unique combination of history, culture, and entertainment. It is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking a truly unforgettable vacation experience in Spain.

Barcelona Spain The Paris of Spain Itinerary

Arrival & Meet Your Crew

Hola and welcome to Barcelona! Upon arrival at your hostel, you’ll have time to relax before meeting up with your new tripmates. In the evening we’ll head out and explore this city’s lively streets filled with bars, cafes, and local shops. Later, Get cheers-ing with your trip mates over tapas & drinks and get excited about adventures to come. Included Today: + Meetup & Orientation Walk

Bicycle Tour & Nightlife

Today is all about living like a local. First, we’ll explore Barcelona on a guided bike tour. From the Gothic Quarter to the La Rambla district, we won’t leave a pocket of this sizzling city uncovered. Next, we’ll spend the afternoon at the city’s most popular beach drinking beer and swimming. Later tonight, party with your squad at some of the top clubs in Barcelona. And if you are still there dancing till dawn, you my amigo have truly lived a day like a Spaniard. Meals: + Breakfast Included Today: + Guided Cycling Tour

Sagrada Familia & Flamenco Show

Today we’ll check out the Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudi’s worldrenowned masterpiece. It's a giant Basilica that has been under construction since 1882 (that's not a typing error) and it's not expected to be completed for some time yet. It’s still a wonder to behold. The rest of the day is 100% up to you. You can visit Barcelona’s football stadium - Camp Nou and go to a Flamenco show to experience the traditional Spanish artform of rhythm, song, and dance.

: Ibiza & Nightlife

Life will be dialed up to 100% from the moment we land at Ibiza airport. Day parties, DJs, beach clubs, warehouse bars – this island has earned its reputation as a mecca of good times. Once we’ve checked in to our hostel, we’ll head out to a nearby beach to catch the most spectacular sunset on the island. Post dinner, you can indulge in Ibiza nightlife or stay lowkey knowing we have two more nights ahead of us to enjoy this playground. Meals: + Breakfast

Boat Party

You can’t visit Ibiza and not go to a boat party. So sign up and set sail on crystal clear waters surrounding this magical island. Expect an unparalleled atmosphere, lots of drinks, epic sets from resident DJs, and an ultimate sunset while you’re partying away. Tonight, hop on a Disco bus with your squad and party your way through the top clubs of Ibiza. Meals: + Breakfast Included Today: + Entry to 1 Party Venue Optiona l Addons:+ Boat Party ~ €50

Old Town & Beaches

After a lazy morning, today you can follow your trip leader to the old town of Ibiza. A well-preserved town known for its gorgeous castle & narrow cobbled streets, lined with pretty white restaurants and cafes. Top off the day with a swim session with your trip mates at one of the most stunning beaches of Ibiza. Later you can shimmy yourself into the early hours of the morning, making the most of our final hour's island side.

City Tour & Pub Crawl

Muchas gracias Ibiza. After a short flight west, we’ll find ourselves in Valencia. A city that is split into the old and new and famous for being the birthplace of Spain’s national dish Paella. We’ll spend our first day exploring this beautiful city on a guided walking tour. Later, we’ll join the city pub crawl. Free shots and entry to the bars & clubs are all included tonight! Meals: + Breakfast Included Today: + Guided Walking Tour + Pub Crawl with Few Shots

Explore City & Beach

This morning, you do you! Sleep in. Go shopping in designer boutiques in the old town. Stroll through charming alleys. Visit the historical buildings. Try all the traditional Paellas your waistband can handle. In the afternoon, we’ll first explore the colorful streets of Cabanyal, which feel more reminiscent of Cuba than Spain. Next, we’ll make our way to the adjacent Patacona beach. Take a dip, play volleyball with your trip mates, or just lay on the beach and watch the sky turn into 50 different shades of orange.


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Frequently asked Questions:

Barcelona is often compared to Paris due to its rich cultural heritage, architectural marvels, and vibrant arts scene, reminiscent of the French capital.

Architectural wonders include Antoni Gaudí's Sagrada Família, Park Güell, Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera, contributing to Barcelona's reputation for unique and innovative design.

Yes, neighborhoods like the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic) and El Born offer a glimpse into Barcelona's history with narrow streets, medieval buildings, and charming squares.

Barcelona has several beaches, including Barceloneta Beach, making it a coastal city where visitors can enjoy both urban attractions and a day by the Mediterranean Sea.

La Rambla is a famous boulevard in the heart of Barcelona, known for its lively atmosphere, street performers, shops, and cafes. It's a popular destination for both locals and tourists.

Yes, Barcelona boasts world-class museums like the Museu Picasso and the Fundació Joan Miró, providing opportunities to explore the city's rich artistic heritage.

Barcelona offers a diverse culinary scene. Try traditional Catalan dishes, seafood paella, tapas, and indulge in local markets like La Boqueria for fresh produce and regional specialties.

Yes, Parc de la Ciutadella is a large park featuring a lake, sculptures, and a zoo. Additionally, the iconic Park Güell, designed by Gaudí, offers a unique blend of nature and architecture.

Barcelona hosts numerous cultural events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating music, film, and local traditions. The city is especially vibrant during events like La Mercè festival.

Barcelona has an efficient public transportation system, including buses and the metro. Walking is a popular way to explore the city center, and taxis are readily available. Many attractions are also accessible by bicycle.