Camp Nou Stadium and FC Barcelona Museum – Be honest, when you decided to visit Barcelona didn't you want to see Barca playing in its hometown? Oh, that has been your dream for years? Now it is time to realize it. The Camp Nou is the Mecca for Spanish football lovers. Being a football fan, you should not miss the museum also. You can buy souvenirs like shirts and scarves for your friends back home.
Poble Espanyol – Spain is known for different architectural styles and the Poble Espanyol is actually a village located on top of Montjuic Hill where different architectural styles find representations. With its parks, cafes, nightclubs and restaurants, it is a nice place to experience Spanish culture.
The hill offers sweeping views of the city and has an old fort that is worth exploring.
Tibidabo Hill – Do you have kids? Then you must visit Tibidabo Hill. There is an amusement park which the children love to visit. You can reach the place in a vintage Blue Tram which again would be a memorable experience. The skywalk at the top of the hill offers interesting views of Barcelona. The Sagrat Cor Church on the hill is an added attraction.
Barcelona would never bore you. You can walk down the streets of old Barcelona and witness roman architecture or stroll down the modern streets and enjoy local food and drinks; you can shop around for local wonders and make friends. Just open you heart and soul and let Barcelona amaze you with its spirit.
Joining us for a private tour of the city takes you to all the sites that you want to see, accompanied by a private tour guide.