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Barcelona Small-Group Walking Tour with Eco-Boat Cruise and Helicopter Flight
"Make your own way to Barcelona Old Town (Ciutat Vella) and meet your guide. Then set off on the first part of your experience: a small-group walking tour of Barcelona's oldest neighborhoods.Follow your guide around the maze-like streets and hear about the history of the Old Town whose roots stretch back to Roman times. Take in the elegant buildings and stroll down the shadowy narrow lanes of the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic) to the Plaça de la Seu. Admire the ornate frontage of the Gothic Cathedral (Catedral La Seu) and hear how it was originally built in the 12th century but its façade only completed in 1890. Pose for photos by the City Hall in Plaça de Sant Jaume and work your way through the old Jewish Quarter to Plaça del Pi to see the outside of its lovely Church of Santa Maria del Pi. Stride out along the famous La Ramblas and pass through the iconic La Boqueria food market a jumble of colorful stalls selling fruit
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Penedes Wine and Cava Day Tour from Barcelona
"You will be picked up in a comfortable minibus and transferred to the Penedes region. Your first visit will be to Cavas Codorniu. Here you will join their impressive guided tour and be shown the huge underground cellar along with the beautiful gardens and the stunning buildings designed by the architect Puig and Cadafalch. After you will be invited to taste cava.After the tour your driver will take you to a first class restaurant where you will be served a complete gourmet dinner including wine dessert and coffee.Your second stop will be to Torres Vineyard. Here you will view their facilities and receive a overview of the house guide. The tour also included a video presentation tunnel stations a train ride
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Montserrat and Cava Trail Small Group Day Trip from Barcelona
"Leaving Barcelona you'll head straight to Montserrat to visit the Royal Basilica where the famous 12th-century statue of the Black Virgin is housed. At 1pm on weekdays there is the opportunity to hear one of Europe's oldest children's choirs La Escolania de Montserrat. While you're here there's time to visit the fascinating Museum of Montserrat go for a walk or ride the rack railway or cable car up the mountain. In the afternoon leave Montserrat to visit one of the most famous wine producers of the Penedes region to visit a winery. Visit their vast wine cellars sample the product and see why this sparkling wine has acquired international fame."
From EUR89.00

Walking in the old town : El Cau Ferrat

This is the house of the famous Catalan artist, Santiago Rusiñol, bought at the end of the 19th century when he was seduced by Sitges on his way to the neighboring town of Vilanova. Rusiñol was one of...
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Aug 24, 2004

Walking on the Boulevard under the palm trees

The Boulevard for the pedestrian along the beach is really nice and allows you to enjoy the view on the sea and also on the nice waterfront houses all along. In the evening, it is also a great place...
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Aug 17, 2004

Walking in the old town : maricel museum

If you visit the Museum Maricel, do not miss the "Sant Miquel" Tower, the "Saló d'Or" (Golden Hall), the "Saló Blau" (Blue Hall) and the cloister, with its magnificient views of the sea.I spent there...
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Aug 24, 2004

Walking in the old town : Maricel Palace/Museum

The Palau Maricel was commissioned by an American millionaire who fell in love with Sitges and wanted somewhere to stay and to assure the conservation of his art collections. Built by Miquel Utrillo...
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Aug 24, 2004

Walking in the small streets of the town

Sitges is full of narrow streets which are in some place very sinuous... Most of them have little shops which are really nice and full of colors..
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Aug 17, 2004

Walking in the old town : the church

Sitges' landmark : the baroque church of "San Bartomeu i sta Tecla" ... You see it from all parts of the beach! If it was not there, Sitges would not be the same at all!
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Aug 24, 2004

Walking

Walking down the promenade in Sitges may be quite a nice activity. The view of the shore and the town are both great. Enjoy!
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Sep 23, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Sitges

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Cau Ferrat

Built in 1893 as a residence for Santiago Rusiñol, Cau Ferrat incorporates Gothic windows taken from the nonextant Sitges castle that once existed on the site. Cau Ferrat is adjacent to Maricel de...
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Museu Maricel de Mar

Although not terribly ancient, the Maricel de Mar building is one of Sitges' most recognisable features. The building as it stands dates from 1911, but it was built on the foundation of an older...
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CaixaForum

CaixaForum Barcelona is a private art gallery cum exhbitions space for small scale exhibitions as well. this gallery is located just a stone's throw away from the Magic Fountain and just across Fira...
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Casa De Les Puntxes

This building was designed by Cadafalch and built in 1905. It is the only fully isolated or detached building in L'Eixample district which makes it more interesting. Unfortunately, it is not open to...
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Plaça Sant Jaume

The site that is occupied by Plaça Sant Jaume was once at the heart of the ancient Roman city of Barcino. It was here that major streets converged and the ancient Roman forum was located. The modern...
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Palau del Baró de Quadras

located just after Passeig De Gracia, turning right to Avenida De Diagonal is the famous Neo Classical Palace of the Baron of Quadras, which is a Neo Classical and Modernist Structure made by one of...
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