Traditional dinner in an originaly independent and ancient farm that ended up being surrounded by the city, but that still maintains its personality.
Beans, bacon caramelised pork jowls and black sausage
Breakage of eggs with potatoes
Paprika-flavored red pork sausage in brandy
Toasted bread with Roasted sweet peppers and tomato
TYPICAL CATALAN TOASTED BREAD
with tomato, garlic and virgin olive oil
SAUTÉED NOODLE CASSEROLES
with garlic sauce and fish stew
DUCK LEG CONFIT IN ROSEMARY OIL
with apple compote, asparagus and “cep” mushroom sauce
BAKED HAM HOCK
(12 hours cooked) creamy potato with butter and pepper
BAKED SALMON SUPREME
with potato, onion and pepper
TRIPLE CHOCOLATE LAYER
Coffee, Decaffeinated, Teas and Herbal teas
White wine: Xino Xano (D.O. Penedès)
Red wine: Xino Xano (D.O. Penedès)
Fàbrica Moritz - dinner
Traditional food in an ancient brewery and as much beer as you can drink.
El patio andaluz in its more than forty years of history, has become a compulsory visit when in Barcelona.
It is a unique opportunity to learn about the tradition and the pasion of the artists who dance daily on the premises.
As a frontman, the incredible dancer Jesus Cortes, 1st prize award in Flamenco National Dance, has performed for kings, politicians, actors and designers, like the Spanish Royal family or Dolce Gabbana.
In this corner of the Mediterranean Sea you will also find a wide variety of the most representative of the Spanish gastronomy.
1h30' around the port and Barcelona coastline. Dinner and full bar on board. Suitable for the disabled. Sailing the Port of Barcelona, Barceloneta beaches Port Olimpic, beaches of the Olympic Village, skyline, Barcelona Port Forum, and back.
Street food tour (long)
We have chosen three different "tapas bar" for you , including food from different Spanish regions (Basque Country, Galicia and Catalonia). You will have some food and some drink in every stop. They are very close to each other and the food has been already chosen.
Street food tour (short)
We have chosen two different "tapas bar" for you, including food from different regions (Basque Country and Catalonia). You will have some food and some drink in every stop. They are very close to each other and the food has been already chosen.
Tapas at La Esquinica
Experience Spanish Tapas at its best in one of the most reputed but not touristically located restaurant in Barcelona.
Dinner at Fonda España
The restaurant is located in the Modernist dining room originally designed and decorated by Domènech i Montaner, a rich environment of historical value in which the older features enhance and inspire the new. At Fonda España, Martín Berasategui aims to bring his renowned culinary style to a wider audience.
As usual, we will have the oportunity to say goodbye (see you next year?) during a brunch. This year, it will be in the main meeting point, Barcelo Sants hotel.
Guided Tour of the Collector's Cabinet. Allows free visit to the whole museum.
Camp Nou Experience
Have the chance to walk, in a guided tour, through the most emblematic areas of Camp Nou, home of F.C. Barcelona since 1957
A professional guide will take you through the most important works in the museum for one hour.
The Picasso museum is very rich in regard to work from the formative years in the life of the artist; it is practically exhaustive up to the Blue Period. The Museum also houses an important representation of works from 1917, and the series Las Meninas (1957) as well as a comprehensive print collection.
The Picasso Museum occupies five large town houses or palaces on the street carrer de Montcada. The original palaces date from the 13th-15th centuries, undergoing major refurbishments over time, the most important in the 18th century.
The palaces are a good example of Catalan civic gothic style. They have a common structure surrounding a courtyard with access to the main floor via an outdoor open stairway.
The Museu Picasso in Barcelona was the first and only museum to be set up on the artist’s express wish. It opened its doors in 1963.
Diving with sharks
If you’d like to have a scuba diving adventure and enjoy a unique experience, L’Aquàrium has organised exactly what you’ve been looking for. Become a scuba diver for a day, and when you’re underwater in the Oceanarium, you’ll have sharks and thousands of fish swimming beside you.
You don’t need any previous diving experience.
Your adventure as a scuba diver begins with your first dive. You’ll learn all about hand signals, using a regulator and breathing underwater, and practise buoyancy control and moving around by means of underwater rings.
Then it’s time for L’Aquàrium de Barcelona’s main tank. From an observation platform and with one of L’Aquàrium’s instructors by your side, and while breathing underwater, you’ll be able to observe all of our guests: sharks, rays, moray eels, moonfish, etc.
What to expect when you arrive
The instructor who welcomes all of the participants will be with you for the whole activity.
•You’ll learn scuba diving techniques on your first dive.
•You’ll observe the sharks and fish from an underwater platform inside the Oceanarium.
•You’ll be using scuba diving equipment and clothing in your size.
•You’ll be covered by a one-day insurance policy.
•You can invite a person to accompany you and share this unique experience. He or she can enter free-of-charge to take photos (without flash) and wave to you.
***You need to bring a towel, a swimsuit and toiletries***"
Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya - MNAC (National Art Museum of Catalonia)
The Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya is located in the Palau Nacional of Montjuïc, constructed for the International Exposition of 1929. In 1934 it opened its doors as the Museu d'Art de Catalunya and later became the MNAC, as it is known nowadays.
During this guided visit you will see the best collection of Romanesque mural painting in the world and the most representative artists of Catalan Modernism, such as Gaudí or Casas. Gothic art, great European Renaissance and Baroque painters, for example Tiziano or Velázquez, and the collection of photography.
The museum is located on the hill of Montjuïc, a privileged setting from which you can enjoy magnificent and unique views of Barcelona.
Let's do Paddle Surf in Barcelona Beach
Mensa Football World Cup
The best football players of Mensa will try to take home the Mensa World Cup.
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Bike tour through Ciudadella and other parks and beaches
Moritz brewery - visit
Fàbrica Moritz is an ancient brewery located in the Raval neighborhood. You can have a look at this interesting building and then, have dinner (booked separately)
Cavas Freixenet (winery)
Catalan cava is a famous wine made using the same method as Champagne (methode champenoise). Freixenet is one of the top sellers in Spain. This winery is located in a village where everybody makes cava, Sant Sadurni d'Anoia.
Gaudi's Crypt and Colònia Güell
One of many Gaudi's works close to Barcelona, surrounded by a "colonia" where employees lived together, around the factory they worked for.
Walking tour "Modernista"
A 2,30 h walk to admire the amazing architecture typical for Barcelona, around Paseo de Gracia: Casa Milá, Casa Batlló, etc.
Discover the history of Montserrat and its amazing historic heritage on a guided tour of the exterior of the monastery.
Game of Thrones - King's landing tour (Girona)
Enjoy the scenery of the Game of Thrones TV series and the wonderful medieval city of Girona.
Barrio gótico by night
Journey among the lights and shadows to the heart of the old town, Ciutat Vella.
The Cemeteries Route is an initiative headed by Cementiris de Barcelona with the aim of promoting its burial grounds. It is a reminder that Barcelona is not just one but many cities. The route provides a journey through the past and present, where the visitor will find historical, famous and heroic characters as well as tales of wealth and poverty, love and death. The Route is also part of the European Cemeteries Route, recognised by the Council of Europe as a Cultural Route since 2010.
The Montjuïc Cemetery Route is focused on the years 1883 to 1936 and includes 37 tombs, mostly in the Modernist style. It is designed to display the cultural wealth of the burial ground, combining tombs of both artistic and historical interest.
The Fossar de la Pedrera (literally, Cemetery of the Quarry) is an area dedicated to the memory of the victims of the repression and air-raids by Francisco Franco’s armed forces. In the Fossar is the tomb of the Catalan President Lluís Companys, among other monuments. It also contains the mortal remains of the victims of the repression in the rear and the air-raids during the Civil War and those of a large number of people shot in Barcelona in the post-war period.
ALBA is a 3rd generation Synchrotron Light facility located in Cerdanyola del Vallès, Barcelona, and it is the most important in the Mediterranean area. It is a complex of electron accelerators to produce synchrotron light, which allows the visualization of the atomic structure of matter as well as the study of its properties.
The ALBA Synchrotron organizes guided tours where visitors can walk through the experiment hall and discover the different beamlines and equipment of the facility.
Built for the 1929 International Exhibition, Poble Espanyol was created from the desire to concentrate the soul of Spain in a single space. Today most of its constructions remain intact and are scale reproductions of buildings, squares and streets of different regions of Spain. Strolling through Poble Espanyol you’ll discover not only buildings, but also artisans you can watch live as they work, as well as viewing pieces of contemporary art by universal figures like Dalí, Picasso, Miró o Guinovart.
A guide will take you through a selection of the buildings representing the most typical architecture of each región in Spain, and the artisan shops. After the visit, you will be able to stay around the Poble as long as you want and check the rest of the buildings as well as do some shopping at the artisans’ shops.
Park Güell + Sagrada Familia
In 1900, Gaudí was given the assignment by Eusebi Güell of designing Park Güell. Güell understood better than any of his contemporaries the meaning of Gaudí’s architecture. The relationship between the two men was not simply that of an artist and his patron, but a real story of friendship.
For many years the Güell family lived in the large family house (now a school) that stood on the land where the development was located, while Gaudí lived in one of the two houses that were built there.
In the businessman’s own lifetime, the park was already considered to be one of Barcelona’s great tourist attractions, and the large square was often let for staging Catalanist events, traditional Catalan sardana dancing and other civic and social events.
The Sagrada Familia, designed by Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926) is a symbolic expression in stone of the Christian faith. In this temple, an exaltation of the Family of Nazareth as a model for a united family, Christians, especially Roman Catholics, can recognise the tenets of their faith. Likewise, those who profess a different faith or none at all can find in it the keys for understanding the Christian religion: the history of the Church, the Sacred Scriptures, the tradition of dedication to the Saints, Christian doctrine and worship.
The Sagrada Familia is an international centre for spirituality which, in an exceptional setting, invites people of all backgrounds and faiths to share in a sense of life based on love, harmony, good, generosity and peace.
A guided tour that will let you discover Santa Maria del Mar church from its rooftops, go up the rear chapels behind the apse and descend to the crypt. A fantastic visit that will let you discover in depth one of the most outstanding Catalan style gothic temples. After wondering through the inside of the basilica, you will have the exclusive chance to climb to the rooftop. From this exceptional place, we will show you the originality of Catalan gothic architecture through walking its interiors, stepping on its ceilings, touching its pillars and gazing the course of time and the earthquake damages from the 15th century on the façade, the rose window and the vaults.
The Barcelona Supercomputer Center will let us visit their the Marenostrum lives. Check here