Barcelona is well known for the Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló and the Pedrera, but Catalan Modernism is so much more than just these. With the Barcelona Pass Modernista travel card, you will discover genuine gems of Modernism that are less known to the general public for you to gain a much more in-depth knowledge of this …

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When you walk through the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona the stones speak to you. They speak of a rich historical past with remains from Roman, medieval and Modernist times and many architectural details that are easily missed at first glance.

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Catalan Modernism gave rise to the Golden Quarter of Barcelona’s Eixample district. Its originality is evident in the imaginative and colorful facades. All you need to do walk out onto the street to be able to appreciate this unique panorama.

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“That is where is all started… That is where I understood how far a person could go”. This statement by Picasso about Barcelona could make a good starting point for Barcelona Walking Tours Picasso.

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The jazz scene is very lively in Barcelona thanks to festivals such as the Voll-Damm International Jazz Festival of Barcelona which this year is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

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24 September is an important date in Barcelona’s calendar. It is the city’s Festa Major with festivities in honor of its patron saint, the Verge de la Mercè (the Virgin of Mercy) . The streets of the city fill up with Barcelonans and visitors alike, all soaking up the atmosphere and taking part in a multitude …

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Visiting the Gran Teatre del Liceu is entering a fundamental part of the history of Barcelona and Catalonia. It’s a journey through 170 years of history in one of the opera houses with the most style and longest traditions in the world. Its elegant Renaissance-style lobby welcomes you to lead you to the concert hall, …

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Discover a veritable Gaudinian treasure just 20 minutes away from Barcelona. On the guided walking tour around Colònia Güell in Santa Coloma de Cervelló, you will be able to immerse yourself in culture and get an insight into Catalonia’s architectural and historical past.

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What do you think of a cultural getaway 50 minutes away from Barcelona? Get close to the scent of the earth and the harmony of a genius and tour the Penedès DO landscapes that inspired the great cellist Pau Casals. The visit begins at the Avgvstvs Forvm winery, a small family winery that makes quality …

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Olive oil culture is very prominent in Catalonia. If you would like to know more about it, then Oli de Ventalló awaits you with its doors wide open. Take a stroll among the thousand-year-old olive trees and through stunning beauty spots. Discover how an artisan olive oil mill works and how it is used to …

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Come along on a two-day getaway to enjoy Terra Alta DO wines in an environment that is already part of the historical memory: the sites of the Battle of the Ebro. This wine tourism experience will let you savour the body and soul of the wines from the Xavier Clua, Bernaví and LaFou wineries while …

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Savour a total experience that brings together wine tourism and oil tourism in El Masroig in the county of Priorat. The visit to the century-old Montsant DO winery Celler Masroig begins with a tour through the vineyards and olive groves in four-wheel drive cars where you will hear about how the red clay soil typical …

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