A Salvador Dali Museum Tour from Barcelona that takes you to discover his exotic and crazy personal world through our guided visit of his museum in Figueres. And explore with us the fascinating and old city of Girona.
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Montserrat and Wine
To book this tour contact us Montserrat and Wine A full day Montserrat wine tour from Barcelona. This is one of our most popular full day tours outside Barcelona. Relax and enjoy the history and landscape of Montserrat in the morning and learn how our most famous sparkling wine “cava” is made in Penedès wine …
Montserrat and Sitges
To book this tour contact us Montserrat and Sitges A Montserrat full day tour from Barcelona and the pretty seaside town of Sitges Montserrat is our most famous mountain with spectacular rock formations as well as the spiritual center of Catalonia. Located just 40 miles away from Barcelona, we will drive up 2400 feet high …
Girona And Costa Brava
Looking for a day to disconnect from the big city? Choose the Girona and Costa Brava tour! Visit with us Girona, a true gem in terms of medieval architecture and its old Jewish quarter. And for the sea lovers, Costa Brava is the most beautiful coast in Spain.
Montserrat Half Day Tour
Montserrat offers a magnetic landscape of rock formations hard to describe in words, you must see them. It is in its ancient 11th Century Benedictine monastery, where the monks keep our Black Virgin statue, Catalans ‘patroness.
Dalí Museum and Winery
To book this tour contact us Dalí Museum and Winery Empordà winery & Dalí museum day tour from Barcelona. “Who knows how to taste , does not drink wine but tastes secrets” Salvador Dalí. Salvador Dalí , the great Catalan artist, was what French know as a “bon vivant” , so a person who enjoyed …
Dalí Museum And Costa Brava
To book this tour contact us Dalí Museum and Costa Brava A day tour from Barcelona to Dali museum and to Costa Brava. If someday I may die, though it is unlikely, I hope the people in the Cafés will say: “Dalí has died, but not entirely” – Salvador Dalí. That’s so true Mr. Dalí …