Tours from Barcelona


Trips from the Capital of Catalonia


Touring from Barcelona, brings your vision to spectacular Spanish sights. Whether your stomach is waiting to be silenced by the moorish tapas in the Catalonian region, or Seville’s passion breathes a new life into your soul, stepping outside Barcelona’s walls can be magical. 

But while in the city, you cast your eyes on an endless golden beach, discover cathedrals both ancient and modern, and lose your nights to delightful restaurants and bars. And when the heat seeps into your skin, you can spend your afternoon cooling off in at the ocean beach. When you take a break in the cooler evening air, refresh with an icy drink and a table filled with moorish tapas. This is a European trip you won’t forget in a hurry.

But then there's the rest of Spain to tour. We know you could spend forever lost inside Barcelona, and its kaleidoscope of attractions, but you’ll miss what's just around the corner.

Our small-group tours from this bustling city let you experience essential and lesser-known towns, tastes, and travel attractions throughout Spain. While you’re in this European country, why not see more of this region and combine your stay with a trip to Portugal too?


Making the Most of Your Tour From Barcelona

Planning, planning and then plan your short trip some more. While Barcelona can offer you a multicoloured array of activities, stepping beyond its walls uncovers more Spanish treats including gazing up at the Pyrenees.

Capture Each Moment of Your Trip

From capturing La Sagrada Familia on film to strolling the hills of Northern Spain, both can be achieved in a tour from Barcelona.

All that's left to do is decide on your itinerary.

Did You Know?

- Barcelona used to be the capital of Spain between 1937 and 1939. Since then it's been the capital of the Catalonia region.

- La Sagrada Familia has been under construction for over a century. Starting in 1882, completion of this architectural masterpiece is not set until 2026.

Don't Miss Out

- If you’re a foodie, make sure you plan time to visit the food markets. Each neighbourhood has its own, and it's one of the best things to do in Spain.

- Wonder why things begin to close mid-afternoon? It's siesta time. With a happy-go-lucky lifestyle, and the burning midday heat, taking a short break in the afternoon is very common.