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Just a short flight from the UK, this European power house has delicious food and traditional architecture as far as the eye can see. Littered with historical buildings and unfinished masterpieces, you and your group better prepare to be spoilt with a huge selection of sights, artwork and museums!

Your perfect educational tour

Searching for an educational tour in Barcelona? Take a look at the main attractions in the city!

ART

ART

We’re not over exaggerating when we say, Barcelona is an artist’s paradise! Sagrada Familia, The Gothic Quarter, Picasso Musuem, Casa Milà- the list goes on and on! If you’re after some indoor venues try: The Antonio Tapes foundation, MACBA and the Joan Miro Foundation.

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SPORTS

SPORTS

Sports students can see how the 1992 games changed the city and inspired future sporting sensations. Whether you’re a ‘fútbol’ fan, or not, discover one of the greatest clubs in the world on a Camp Nou experience, boasted to be the pride of Catalans! 

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BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

Your students can get a glimpse of a financial institution that received well over 700,000 visitors each year, with a guided tour of the Barcelona stock exchange. Get real time trading figures and up close and personal with the electronic trading floor.

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HISTORY

HISTORY

Casa Museu Gaudí, the Gaudí House Museum in Park Güell, was the place of residence to Antoni Gaudí from 1906 until late 1925. The house conserves both the memory of Gaudí and many examples of furniture and other objects that he designed.

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GEOGRAPHY

GEOGRAPHY

Geography students can take a day trip to Montserrat, a landmark visible for miles with its weird shapes and rounded peaks jutting into the sky. You’ll see extraordinary landscapes and wonderful views; there is also a Benedictine Monastery that’s nearly 1000 years old.

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ARCHITECTURE

ARCHITECTURE

From the old, to the new, Barcelona isn’t short of architecture. Take the Sagrada Familia, the Placa de Saint Jaume and the colourful Casa Batlló. The Catedral de Barcelona is well worth a visit, towering above the centre of the Barri Gòtic district.

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Need help fitting it all in? Don’t worry, leave it to the experts! Take a look at our sample itinerary below. Don’t forget we tailor make itineraries to suit your curriculum objectives.

Day 1

Land in Barcelona and catch your transfer to your centrally located accommodation. After dropping off your bags you’ll jump straight into a day filled with activities. Visit the Picasso Museum, home to work dating back to 1917, then move on to the MACBA in San Telmo, a powerhouse for contemporary art.

Day 2

Adrenaline junkies can catch a thrill at the Port Aventura Theme Park, in Salou Spain, they can even venture over to the Costa Caribe Aquatic Park. In the evening, enjoy a tapas tasting class at a local restaurant on the famous Las Ramblas.

Day 3

You and your group will spend the morning visiting the famous Camp Nou. On the ‘History of Barca’ tour your group will get an insight to the running of the club, see ‘Messi Space’, walk down the players’ tunnel, and tour the visitors changing rooms before visiting the press room. In the afternoon, you and your group can take part in a flamenco workshop, brush up on those dance moves and then catch a late dinner.

Day 4

Relish in the traditional architecture at Sagrada Familia & Park Güell, spot the colourful street art as you and your group make your way towards the Museum of Contemporary Art, before transferring to the airport and catching an evening flight home.

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If you’re after character, cosmopolitan vibes and tasty tapas, then Barcelona is the place to be! Not sold? Check out some of our blogs for handy tips and even more ‘must-see’s’

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