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Join us for a privately guided, behind-the-scenes experience of this captivating Mediterranean city. You’ll be intrigued, entranced, and surprised at every step, presented with unique perspectives and special access. Wandering though Barcelona’s historic streets and cobblestone squares, discover marvelous locations such as a former Masonic Temple, a Belle Époque atelier, and an anatomical amphitheater. We've arranged a private cabaret performance and piano concert, as well as a delicious lineup of local cuisine. Whether it will be your first time in Barcelona or your fifth, this adventure is an extraordinary opportunity to fully immerse yourself in one of the most diverse and breathtaking cities in Europe.
The cost of this trip is $4,430 per person, based on three to five travelers, and double occupancy at a four-star hotel during low season. Hotel prices can increase during high season, which will influence the cost of the trip depending on your dates. For a single occupancy room, there will be a supplement (the exact rate will vary depending on seasonality). If you're interested in taking this trip for two people or a private group larger than five, please inquire for pricing and availability.
The starting per person price is based on six nights of double-accommodation at Hotel Regina (four stars) or a location of equivalent quality. If you're interested in a different level or style of accommodation, we'd be happy to discuss options and price points.
Travelers should be comfortable staying on their feet for long stretches at a time and walking between two to three miles over the course of a day. While we can tailor the pace and activity level to your group, we'll be out and about for much of each day, with time to rest at lunch and dinner, both of which take place on the later side in Barcelona.
You should plan to arrive in Barcelona by afternoon on Day 1 and depart anytime on Day 7. If you'd like to spend a few extra nights in the area, we'd be more than happy to recommend places to stay and things to do in the city on your own.
Most dietary restrictions can be accommodated, though in most cases ingredients can't be substituted or omitted from particular dishes. If you have a severe allergy, please contact us to find out if this is the right trip for you.
In addition to contributing to local economies, your trip helps preserve the region's artistic and cultural heritage—specifically surrounding stage arts in Barcelona. We'll visit museums actively restoring medieval artifacts, eat at historic restaurants that source locally ("Can Culleretes" also contributes to the preservation of historical businesses in the city), and collaborate with local artists from Barcelona's cabaret, classical dance, and magic scenes, while supporting the protection and preservation of historical collections.
Visa requirements for Spain vary depending on traveler citizenship. Please check requirements for travel to Spain and any countries passed through in transit. A passport is required for international travel. We recommend your passport expire at least six months after your return home.