Barcelona is Spain’s second city and with its range of amazing art galleries, unique architecture and historic monuments, this cultural hub is a great destination for students studying a variety of subjects.
The architecture and art of Gaudi dominate the city and the Sagrada Familia cathedral is an ongoing tribute to his work and influence. Students can experience his many works and the traditional Catalonian feel of Barcelona in the Plaza Catalonia, la Rambla and the Gothic Quarter.
Aside from art and architecture, the Olympic village and Camp Nou football stadium are popular attractions and are well worth visiting.
Close to Barcelona is the holiday region of Costa Brava with all the usual Spanish holiday attractions.
Staying in this area allows easy access to Girona and to Montserrat, as well as the theme park at Port Aventura.
Coach travel to Spain is still a popular option with many schools, however with the increase in the number of budget flight operators, many schools now prefer to travel by air. Please do ask for an itinerary by coach if this is your preferred option.
Many regional airports in the UK offer low cost flights to Barcelona or Girona. Rondo is happy to book these for you, along with transfers and daily transport when in Spain.
Flights and transfers to Barcelona or the Costa Brava area if preferred.
Visits within central Barcelona to include: Sagrada Familia, Parc Guell, Picasso Museum, the harbour and la Rambla.
A day of visits outside the central area to include the Spanish Village, Olympic Stadium and Camp Nou stadium.
A fun day at Port Aventura theme park or perhaps a visit to Montserrat.
Transfer and flight home.
Visits And Excursions
Each group will have its own special interests and curricular needs. That’s why every visit can be completely tailored around you. You’ll find some suggestions below, but you can always call us to discuss more options.