Avoid the crowds with fast-track access to Güell Park, one of Barcelona’s most iconic city spaces. With over 100 years of history, this Barcelona locale is a must-see during your upcoming trip!
- Adult Ages 12+
- Child Ages 3-11
- Infant Ages 0-2
Visit Girona and Sitges
Take advantage of your days in Barcelona to discover something different. Close to the great metropolis but very different, Girona and Sitges are undoubtedly two of Catalonia’s treasures.
First of all, you leave Barcelona early in the morning to enjoy a day with a lot of new experiences. You arrive at Girona, an ancient Roman city created on the Via Augusta itself, where you can walk through its streets and enjoy a panoramic guided tour of its main points, such as the Church of Sant Martí, the Cathedral of Girona, the Ramblas, or the Jewish Quarter.
At the end of the walk through the centre, and after having visited several filming locations for Game of Thrones, you enjoy an hour free for lunch. Our guide is happy to recommend some places where you can try the typical gastronomy of this area, one of the main claims of this beautiful city.
With a stomach full of sausage and anchovies, you leave for Sitges. Here our guide explains the history of this beautiful city and monuments such as the Parish of Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla, the Palau del Rei Moro, or the Casa del Reloj. You can also enjoy some free time to stroll along the promenade and do some shopping; don’t miss the small craft shops that are hidden in the little streets of the centre!
Get to know another side of Catalonia, two amazing cities with a lot of history and unforgettable places to discover. You can’t miss this incredible full-day tour!
- Go down the 90 steps of the Cathedral of Girona and follow the steps of Cersei in Game of Thrones.
- See the modernist style Cases del Onyar that were painted in colors to remove the label of “the gray city” from Girona in 1983.
- Find the little piece of railing of La Concha Beach in San Sebastian that is hidden in Sitges’s promenade.
- Visit the first chiringuito in Spain, opened on the beach of Sitges in the 40s.
- Walk on St. Sebastian’s Beach, one of the best urban beaches in the world according to the New York Times.
- Transportation from meeting point
- Bilingual guide (simultaneously in English and Spanish)
- Optional tips
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off