Barcelona is one of the most popular cities in Spain, with incredible history, inspiring architecture and gorgeous scenery. It is the perfect destination for a city break, with millions of holiday makers visiting it every year.
Barcelona is a large and sprawling city, full of the hustle and bustle of locals and tourists alike. It has a huge amount to see and do in the city centre, but also in the city’s surrounding areas as well. From shopping on the popular Las Ramblas to relaxing on the beach, this city has it all.
Being a coastal, seaside city, Barcelona has an incredible array of restaurants with mouth watering food. Feast on fresh seafood, hauled in by local fisherman that day, a wide range of tasty tapas and wash it all down with the free flowing bubbles of Cava.
If you are not enjoying a scrumptious meal in one of the local restaurants, you could take a walk, cable car or sightseeing coach tour up Montjuic. Take a stroll through the city to Park Guell, picnic in hand and enjoy a lazy afternoon in the sun. By far, one of the most stunning pieces of architecture is the Sagrada Familia, which towers over the Barcelona landscape and is an attraction to certainly not miss on your visit to this amazing city.
Our escorted tours, coach day trips and city sightseeing coach tours include options for groups of all sizes and interests. Get in touch today for a tailor made quote.
There are a huge arrange of charming towns, cities and beaches to visit, a very short commute from Barcelona.
Whether you are wanting to sample an iconic Catalan wine, with a day trip to Cavas & Sitges or visit Montserrat, known locally as the ‘serrated mountain’, Coaches in Spain can arrange coach tours for groups of all sizes and interests. Get in touch today for a tailor made quote.
A recognised port destination located on the seafront, Bilbao is a place to be by the ocean, see the mountains and experience Spanish character and history, artwork and natural wonder.
The historical capital of the Kingdom of Castile, Burgos is a city in northern Spain situated on the Arlanzon river tributaries and characterised by Gothic and Renaissance architecture.
The medieval walled city of Caceres, consisting of narrow cobbled streets, ancient palaces and churches is a UNESCO World Heritage Site home to beautiful architecture and a range of exciting festivals.