Barcelona is without doubt one of the most colourful, free-spirited and attractive of all European cities. It is a fantastic destination for educational study trips and boasts a wealth of amazing architecture, sculptures, paintings and even street art. Enjoy the ethereal Sagrada Familia, the hustling and bustling Ramblas and the magnificent Camp Nou. Barcelona is a popular destination for Hospitality & Catering groups with exciting study visits including food factories, wineries and markets to explore.
Stunning Sagrada Familia unfinished cathedral
La Rambla avenue
La Boqueria food market
Montjuic Teleferic Barcelona Cable Car
Subject Specific Visits
Torras Chocolate Factory
Located outside Barcelona, this famous chocolate manufacturer was founded in 1890 and exports to 25 countries around the world. Enjoy a tasty tour of the factory, starting with a presentation about the ingredients, sourcing and production, then viewing the inside of the production process.
Other Top Visits
Antoni Gaudi’s best-known creation and an iconic symbol of Barcelona, the basilica has remained under construction since 1882. You can climb the towers an enjoy wonderful views of the city.
Camp Nou Stadium
Discover what makes FC Barcelona more than a club and one of the most famous football teams in the World. Learn about its history in the museum and enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour experience around the stadium.
Poble Espanyol is an attraction in the form of an actual village with full scale replicas of buildings from different regions of Spain. There is a range of stimulating activities and workshops for student groups.
Barcelona Sightseeing Tour
Tailor-make a tour of Barcelona and discover the outstanding sights of the city including the Catalan Modernista architecture; Gaudi’s iconic Sagrada Familia; Montjuic Olympic Ring; Gothic Quarter; La Rambla; Camp Nou...
Magic Fountain of Montjuic
Built in 1929 for the International Exhibition, this is a spectacular display of music, water acrobatics, colour and light. The Montjuic Magic Fountain has become one of Barcelona's most popular attractions.
Morning departure from UK for flight to Barcelona. Arrival and transfer to your hostel accommodation and check in. Free time for possible visit to the iconic Sagrada Familia cathedral. Evening at leisure.
Morning visit to the fascinating Boqueria food market. A chance to grab some lunch before making your way to the Escriba Patisseria for tour and workshop. Enjoy some tapas and evening at leisure in the city.
Morning transfer to a local Cava sparkling wine producer for guided tour of the production process. Afternoon at leisure to explore Barcelona – visit to Parc Guell, Placa de Catalunya, the Ramblas or the Gothic Quarter. Freshen up before an early dinner and then maybe take a trip up to Montjuic to see the Magic Fountain display and enjoy views over the city.
A possible final morning visit or last minute shopping before making your way back to the airport for your flight back to the UK.
Where to Stay
Barcelona has an excellent range of accommodation, from central Youth centres such as the Generator, to traditional hotels in quieter locations, most on a bed and breakfast basis. There are always plenty of local restaurants at good value for money nearby. Upgrades are also available on request.