Barcelona, an open-air museum
Thanks to the rich and varied heritage in Barcelona, there are many routes round the city. That way visitors will be able to discover everything the city has to offer. It is no surprise that emblematic constructions by the Catalan architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Doménech i Montaner have been declared World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO. Don’t miss Monserrat monastery, nice day trip from Barcelona.
Other customers decide to explore by train the rest of the country. They enjoy Madrid and the south of the country: Cordoba, Sevilla and Granada.
The highlights of our trip were Gaudi in Barcelona, the Catalan wine tour, the Great Mezquit-Catedral in Cordoba, flamenco in Sevilla and, of course, the Al Hambra. Like everyone else, we constantly got lost in the old town of Cordoba – it was hilarious, actually! “