We also offer the possibility of guided excursions outside the city of Barcelona. The suggested day trips are to:
Figueres and Dali’s Museum
You can complete this visit by going to Púbol, a small and enchanting little village of this area in the Costa Brava, where one can admire another of Dali´s paranoias, the castle, a present to his wife, muse and agent Gala.
Girona is a beautiful town in the north of Catalonia at only 80 kilometres from the French border, which preserves one of the best Jewish old quarters in Spain. The cathedral is also interesting, and its treasure with the ancient romanesque «tapestry of the creation». This visit can also be combined by going to the above Dali Museum.
Town in the southern area of Catalonia important for its roman heritage.
Visit this catholic pilgrimage centre, the Benedictine Basilic surrounded by a unique landscape of rocky mass and where the Black Madonna of Montserrat, Catalonia’s Patroness, is devoted.
Trip to Garraf and Penedés
The coastal village of Sitges, also artistic centre for avant-garde artists at the end of 19th century, and Caves Codorniu (beautiful Modernist Cellars where «Cava», our «Champagne», is produced).
An example of an outstanding town in Catalonia during the industrial revolution, here you can visit its rich industrial legacy. Terrasa offers other surprises, such as a beautiful modernist (art noveau) house or the incredible churches of Sant Pere, considered among the most ancient ones in Europe dated back from the 5th to the 12th centuries.
Sant Cugat Monastery
Located very close to Barcelona city in the Collserola mountain range, Sant Cugat del Vallés is a small town known by its beautiful and well-preserved 12th century monastery.