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Here are some activities and tours of Barcelona for eating out, enjoying cultural events, shopping and leisure.

    

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Sunset Sailing Experience

When the sun goes down you will discover a new Barcelona dressed in magnificent colors. Enjoy the last view sun of the day on the deck with snacks and a glass of Catalán cava. Escape from the bustling hot city center to let yourself be guided by our professional skipper on our sailing yacht.

Shopping route along Rambla Catalunya and Paseo de Gracia

Discover the best Spanish and international brands through this fun route through some of Barcelona’s most exclusive and iconic shops found along Rambla de Catalunya and Paseo de Gracia. For those who love the latest trends, haute couture, jewellery, decorative items or sporting goods, this area of Barcelona is home to the top brands in these categories. Perfect for a relaxing retail therapy session.

SupYoga

Experiment and share this discipline created by the synergy between YOGA and STAND UP PADDLE SURF.
Coordinating the integration of these disciplines we obtain SUPYOGA.

SUPYOGA is a discipline where YOGA is practiced on a STAND UP PADDLE SURF board, so that it is always done on a water surface.

Cultural tour of Montjuïc

The hill of Montjuïc is one of the places in Barcelona literally steeped in history as it was used by the Romans as a stone quarry. At present, this area boasts a large number of cultural venues such as the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (National Art Museum of Catalonia), housed in the Palau Nacional (National Palace), a building dating back to the early 20th century when it was built for the 1929 Barcelona World Expo. Aside from its permanent collections, this museum has a very important collection of Romanesque art. Since 1975, Montjuïc has been home to the Fundació Joan Miró, and at the foot of the hill, the CaixaForum cultural centre always offers exhibitions, activities and concerts. The Museu d’Arqueologia de Catalunya (Catalan Museum of Archaeology) is also worth a visit on this cultural tour of Montjuïc. The same goes for the Pavelló Mies van der Rohe (Mies van der Rohe Pavilion), which was also built for the 1929 Barcelona World Expo.

Gaudí’s Barcelona

A tour of Barcelona visiting Antoni Gaudí’s most iconic Modernist buildings in the city. You’ll set off from the Park Güell, the most famous and Instagrammable park in Barcelona which is located in the upper part of the Gràcia neighbourhood. This will be followed by the Basílica de la Sagrada Familia (Basilica of the Holy Family), whose construction began in 1882 and is still unfinished. Gaudí embarked on the project when he was only 31 years of age, so it became the largest and most important work of his life. 

The tour will then taken you to the Eixample neighbourhood, which has two of the most unique and breathtakingly beautiful Modernist buildings in the city: the Casa Milà or La Pedrera and the Casa Batlló. This tour of Gaudí’s Barcelona will take you past the Casa Calvet, near Plaça de Catalunya, and ends just off La Rambla, at the Palau Güell, one of the most important commissions that Gaudí received at the start of his career in 1886 from his patron, the Catalan industrialist Eusebi Güell.

La Roca Village

La Roca Village is one of a Collection of 11 global shopping destinations, all home to world-leading fashion and lifestyle brands at exceptional prices.

La Roca Village, sitting in the Vallès Oriental region, first opened its doors in 1998. Since then, this pedestrianised, open-air Village has grown to include more than 160 boutiques, set amongst spacious tree-shaded squares, fountains and Gaudí-inspired mosaics.

Boutiques from renowned Catalan, Spanish and international luxury brands – offering up to 60% off the recommended retail price – sit alongside restaurants and cafés where you can enjoy all-day dining and on-the-go culinary treats.

Open seven days a week, the Village offers an array of services, including a multilingual Concierge, Personal Shopping, Hands-free Shopping and Virtual Shopping. Just 40 minutes from Barcelona, on the road to the Costa Brava and the Maresme, the Village is easy to reach by car, with ample free parking available.

Disfrutar
Monday to Friday
13:00–16:30, 20:00–24:00

Open since December 2014, the restaurant Disfrutar (in English “Enjoy”) arose after years of intense work at elBulli, where Mateu Casañas, Oriol Castro and Eduard Xatruch met and trained professionally, and after reaffirming the work done at Compartir opened in April 2012 in Cadaqués.

Located in the Eixample, just in front of the Ninot Market, the premises are also surprising due to their design. Respect for the history and legacy of the Mediterranean are the inspiration and ceramic is the common theme marking the interior. The entrance area is inspired by Barcelona, by the wrought iron of the Ninot Market and the colours of Mironian ceramics.

In Barcelona the gastronomic offer revolves around the tasting menu, with clearly avant-garde cuisine and where the dishes stand out for their great, markedly Mediterranean identity. In short, a restaurant with daring, fun and modern cuisine searching for taste as the main proposition.

Wine tasting in the Penedès region

The Peralada Castle, which dates back to the 14th century, is an important artistic complex which was completed in the second half of the 19th century. It comprises the castle itself, the park and the Carmelite convent, which is now the museum and library of the Peralada Castle. It’s a good idea to devote a whole day to visit the different areas of the castle and the Castell de Peralada winery. 

The different tour options available offer visitors the chance to learn the secrets of winemaking. You can visit the Malaveïna vineyards, one of the five estates that Castell Peralada owns in the Empordà region, as well as the room with 5,500 barrels or the historic Gran Claustro cellar, where wine has been made since the Middle Ages.

Hiking and running trails

Barcelona is one of the best cities in the world to run regardless of the level of training, we offer a guide with the best routes for running in the city:

1. Parc de la Ciudadella
2. Passeig Marítim
3. Parc Güell
4. Montjüic
5. Avinguda Diagonal

Concerts in Palau de la Música Catalana

The Palau de la Música Catalana was built between 1905 and 1908 by the modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner as a home for the Orfeó Català, financed by popular subscription. The building is located in Sant Pere district, one of the most beautiful areas of Barcelona.

The Palau de la Música Catalana is an architectural jewel of Catalan Art Nouveau, the only concert venue in this style to be listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (4th December 1997), which today represents an essential landmark in the cultural and social life of Catalonia. Moreover it represents a symbolic emotional heritage for a whole people who identify with its history.

Koy Shunka
Open from Tuesday to Sunday
13:00h - 14:00h | 20:00 - 21:00h

The name of this Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant in central Barcelona means ‘intense seasonal aromas’. Its cuisine is characterised by the utmost care for products of the highest quality, the value of the ingredients and respect for Japanese culture, its traditions, recipes and ways of cooking. This is reflected in its dishes, which show the clear creative influences of Mediterranean products, and in the amazing culinary experience of enjoying its exquisite tasting menu.

Exclusive visits to Fundació Suñol

The Fundació Suñol is a private non-profit organization that preserves and displays the Suñol Soler Collection. It promotes the dissemination and production of contemporary art and spearheads public and educational programs aimed at schools and a variety of groups, some of which are highly vulnerable, in collaboration with the Fundació Glòria Soler, also created by Josep Suñol Soler.


The Suñol Soler Collection is one of the most extensive private contemporary art collections in Catalonia and Spain. It is made out of more than two hundred and fifty artists, including a large number of internationally renowned artists. The coherence and quality of the works that compose the collection provide a broad and representative view of the artistic creation itinerary from 1915 to 2006.

Duration: 75 minutes
Maximum Capacity: 10-12 people

La Boqueria market tour
From Monday to Saturday
8:00h - 20:30h

You can’t leave Barcelona without paying a visit to La Boqueria. Although the current market was inaugurated in 1840 under the name of Mercat de Sant Josep, its origins date back to the Middle Ages. In the 13th century, merchants and farmers used to set up stalls to sell their products to travellers entering or leaving the city. 

La Boqueria is a veritable showcase of the culinary culture of Catalonia. You’ll find everything from locally sourced fresh produce to exotic imported products in the market. What’s more, there’s a wonderful array of bars and restaurants found inside the market itself and around it where you can sample tapas and dishes made with the ingredients sold in the market itself.

Celler de Can Roca
From Tuesday to Saturday
12:30h - 14:30h | 20:00 - 21:30h

El Celler de Can Roca is one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the world, awarded with three Michelin stars. Founded in Girona in 1986, it’s the three Roca brothers’ life work. They’ve been managing and heading this restaurant together for more than 30 years now, and it’s constantly evolving, offering one-of-a-kind, authentic and extraordinary cuisine. Its cuisine is based on the harmony of traditional flavours and modern techniques – the result of ongoing research committed to innovation and creativity.

Casa Sagnier Tours

Casa Sagnier Tour
Sagnier Eixample Tour 1 hour

This tour lets you discover some of the most iconic buildings that architect Enric Sagnier designed in Barcelona’s Eixample neighbourhood, starting with the Casa Sagnier Hotel itself, which was once the architect’s family home and studio. It’s a one-hour self-guided tour mainly walking along Rambla Catalunya and Passeig de Gràcia, where you can see the residential buildings designed by Sagnier, such as the Casa Ferran Cortés, the Casa Estanislau Planàs, the Casa Isidra Pons, the Casa Rudolf Juncadella, the Casa Rupert Garriga Miranda and the Escuela de las Damas Negras, among other buildings.

Sagnier Tibidabo Tour
Sagnier Tibidabo Tour 2.5 hours

This tour shows you some buildings designed by Enric Sagnier in the Tibidabo area such as the detached houses Casa Francesc Sert and Casa Eusebi López as well as the Casa Ignasi Coll Portabella, all of which are located along Avinguda Tibidabo. You’ll also find the Casa El Pinar on Plaça del Dr. Andreu, which was built between 1902 and 1904, and is reminiscent of a mediaeval fairytale castle. The tour ends with a visit to Enric Sagnier’s most important and iconic work: the Templo Expiatorio del Sagrado Corazón (Expiatory Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus) at the top of Mount Tibidabo. Construction began in 1902 and the architect worked on it until his death in 1931. His son continued with the project and completed its construction in 1961.

Barcelona  Experiences
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Hiking and running trails

Barcelona is one of the best cities in the world to run regardless of the level of training, we offer a guide with the best routes for running in the city:

1. Parc de la Ciudadella
2. Passeig Marítim
3. Parc Güell
4. Montjüic
5. Avinguda Diagonal

More information
SupYoga

Experiment and share this discipline created by the synergy between YOGA and STAND UP PADDLE SURF.
Coordinating the integration of these disciplines we obtain SUPYOGA.

SUPYOGA is a discipline where YOGA is practiced on a STAND UP PADDLE SURF board, so that it is always done on a water surface.

BOOK More information
Sunset Sailing Experience

When the sun goes down you will discover a new Barcelona dressed in magnificent colors. Enjoy the last view sun of the day on the deck with snacks and a glass of Catalán cava. Escape from the bustling hot city center to let yourself be guided by our professional skipper on our sailing yacht.

BOOK More information
La Roca Village

La Roca Village is one of a Collection of 11 global shopping destinations, all home to world-leading fashion and lifestyle brands at exceptional prices.

La Roca Village, sitting in the Vallès Oriental region, first opened its doors in 1998. Since then, this pedestrianised, open-air Village has grown to include more than 160 boutiques, set amongst spacious tree-shaded squares, fountains and Gaudí-inspired mosaics.

Boutiques from renowned Catalan, Spanish and international luxury brands – offering up to 60% off the recommended retail price – sit alongside restaurants and cafés where you can enjoy all-day dining and on-the-go culinary treats.

Open seven days a week, the Village offers an array of services, including a multilingual Concierge, Personal Shopping, Hands-free Shopping and Virtual Shopping. Just 40 minutes from Barcelona, on the road to the Costa Brava and the Maresme, the Village is easy to reach by car, with ample free parking available.

BOOK More information
Disfrutar
Monday to Friday
13:00–16:30, 20:00–24:00

Open since December 2014, the restaurant Disfrutar (in English “Enjoy”) arose after years of intense work at elBulli, where Mateu Casañas, Oriol Castro and Eduard Xatruch met and trained professionally, and after reaffirming the work done at Compartir opened in April 2012 in Cadaqués.

Located in the Eixample, just in front of the Ninot Market, the premises are also surprising due to their design. Respect for the history and legacy of the Mediterranean are the inspiration and ceramic is the common theme marking the interior. The entrance area is inspired by Barcelona, by the wrought iron of the Ninot Market and the colours of Mironian ceramics.

In Barcelona the gastronomic offer revolves around the tasting menu, with clearly avant-garde cuisine and where the dishes stand out for their great, markedly Mediterranean identity. In short, a restaurant with daring, fun and modern cuisine searching for taste as the main proposition.

BOOK More information
Concerts in Palau de la Música Catalana

The Palau de la Música Catalana was built between 1905 and 1908 by the modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montaner as a home for the Orfeó Català, financed by popular subscription. The building is located in Sant Pere district, one of the most beautiful areas of Barcelona.

The Palau de la Música Catalana is an architectural jewel of Catalan Art Nouveau, the only concert venue in this style to be listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (4th December 1997), which today represents an essential landmark in the cultural and social life of Catalonia. Moreover it represents a symbolic emotional heritage for a whole people who identify with its history.

BOOK More information
Exclusive visits to Fundació Suñol

The Fundació Suñol is a private non-profit organization that preserves and displays the Suñol Soler Collection. It promotes the dissemination and production of contemporary art and spearheads public and educational programs aimed at schools and a variety of groups, some of which are highly vulnerable, in collaboration with the Fundació Glòria Soler, also created by Josep Suñol Soler.


The Suñol Soler Collection is one of the most extensive private contemporary art collections in Catalonia and Spain. It is made out of more than two hundred and fifty artists, including a large number of internationally renowned artists. The coherence and quality of the works that compose the collection provide a broad and representative view of the artistic creation itinerary from 1915 to 2006.

Duration: 75 minutes
Maximum Capacity: 10-12 people

BOOK More information
Wine tasting in the Penedès region

The Peralada Castle, which dates back to the 14th century, is an important artistic complex which was completed in the second half of the 19th century. It comprises the castle itself, the park and the Carmelite convent, which is now the museum and library of the Peralada Castle. It’s a good idea to devote a whole day to visit the different areas of the castle and the Castell de Peralada winery. 

The different tour options available offer visitors the chance to learn the secrets of winemaking. You can visit the Malaveïna vineyards, one of the five estates that Castell Peralada owns in the Empordà region, as well as the room with 5,500 barrels or the historic Gran Claustro cellar, where wine has been made since the Middle Ages.

BOOK More information
Gaudí’s Barcelona

A tour of Barcelona visiting Antoni Gaudí’s most iconic Modernist buildings in the city. You’ll set off from the Park Güell, the most famous and Instagrammable park in Barcelona which is located in the upper part of the Gràcia neighbourhood. This will be followed by the Basílica de la Sagrada Familia (Basilica of the Holy Family), whose construction began in 1882 and is still unfinished. Gaudí embarked on the project when he was only 31 years of age, so it became the largest and most important work of his life. 

The tour will then taken you to the Eixample neighbourhood, which has two of the most unique and breathtakingly beautiful Modernist buildings in the city: the Casa Milà or La Pedrera and the Casa Batlló. This tour of Gaudí’s Barcelona will take you past the Casa Calvet, near Plaça de Catalunya, and ends just off La Rambla, at the Palau Güell, one of the most important commissions that Gaudí received at the start of his career in 1886 from his patron, the Catalan industrialist Eusebi Güell.

BOOK More information
Cultural tour of Montjuïc

The hill of Montjuïc is one of the places in Barcelona literally steeped in history as it was used by the Romans as a stone quarry. At present, this area boasts a large number of cultural venues such as the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (National Art Museum of Catalonia), housed in the Palau Nacional (National Palace), a building dating back to the early 20th century when it was built for the 1929 Barcelona World Expo. Aside from its permanent collections, this museum has a very important collection of Romanesque art. Since 1975, Montjuïc has been home to the Fundació Joan Miró, and at the foot of the hill, the CaixaForum cultural centre always offers exhibitions, activities and concerts. The Museu d’Arqueologia de Catalunya (Catalan Museum of Archaeology) is also worth a visit on this cultural tour of Montjuïc. The same goes for the Pavelló Mies van der Rohe (Mies van der Rohe Pavilion), which was also built for the 1929 Barcelona World Expo.

BOOK More information
Koy Shunka
Open from Tuesday to Sunday
13:00h - 14:00h | 20:00 - 21:00h

The name of this Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant in central Barcelona means ‘intense seasonal aromas’. Its cuisine is characterised by the utmost care for products of the highest quality, the value of the ingredients and respect for Japanese culture, its traditions, recipes and ways of cooking. This is reflected in its dishes, which show the clear creative influences of Mediterranean products, and in the amazing culinary experience of enjoying its exquisite tasting menu.

BOOK More information
Celler de Can Roca
From Tuesday to Saturday
12:30h - 14:30h | 20:00 - 21:30h

El Celler de Can Roca is one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the world, awarded with three Michelin stars. Founded in Girona in 1986, it’s the three Roca brothers’ life work. They’ve been managing and heading this restaurant together for more than 30 years now, and it’s constantly evolving, offering one-of-a-kind, authentic and extraordinary cuisine. Its cuisine is based on the harmony of traditional flavours and modern techniques – the result of ongoing research committed to innovation and creativity.

BOOK More information
Shopping route along Rambla Catalunya and Paseo de Gracia

Discover the best Spanish and international brands through this fun route through some of Barcelona’s most exclusive and iconic shops found along Rambla de Catalunya and Paseo de Gracia. For those who love the latest trends, haute couture, jewellery, decorative items or sporting goods, this area of Barcelona is home to the top brands in these categories. Perfect for a relaxing retail therapy session.

More information
La Boqueria market tour
From Monday to Saturday
8:00h - 20:30h

You can’t leave Barcelona without paying a visit to La Boqueria. Although the current market was inaugurated in 1840 under the name of Mercat de Sant Josep, its origins date back to the Middle Ages. In the 13th century, merchants and farmers used to set up stalls to sell their products to travellers entering or leaving the city. 

La Boqueria is a veritable showcase of the culinary culture of Catalonia. You’ll find everything from locally sourced fresh produce to exotic imported products in the market. What’s more, there’s a wonderful array of bars and restaurants found inside the market itself and around it where you can sample tapas and dishes made with the ingredients sold in the market itself.

BOOK More information
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Hotel Casa Sagnier
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