Land in Barcelona and catch your transfer to your centrally located accommodation. After settling into your accommodation your students will enjoy an early evening Tapas making lesson. (Sampling is encouraged!)
Today your students will jump straight into 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.
Adrenaline junkies can catch a thrill spending a day at the Costa Caribe Aquatic Park, where the group can try the different experiences such as Racing Legends (to feel the F1™ adrenaline) or challenge the wind on the Red Force from 112 metres high. In the evening, your students will enjoy a group meal together.
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 into 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.
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. In the afternoon, your students will enjoy a Spanish language lesson from a professional teacher.
In the morning, your students will first explore the coast line and busy harbour on a Las Golondrinas boat trip. In the afternoon students will take a trip through Montserrat Natural Park, tucked away from the busy hub of the city, students can explore the eroded limestone and beautiful mountain range.
On their final morning, your students will the beautiful Gothic Quarter, and the old town in the city. In the afternoon, your students will enjoy some free time before transferring home.