Visit the crypt were Gaudí is buried and central nave with its giant, tree-like pillars and spectacular vaulting. An elevator and a long walk leads us to the top of a tower where a magnificent view over Barcelona awaits.
After our tour of the Sagrada Família your afternoon is at leisure.
Experience the culture, taste the food and enjoy the differences between Spain's regions and cities.
Land at the Barcelona airport and take the provided shuttle to the group's hotel, located right in the very heart of Las Ramblas.
During the show, the dancers will perform many different styles of flamenco, from the bulerias to the soleares, fandangos, sevillanas and more.
It brings together the bustling and cosmopolitan culture, leisure, traditional gastronomy, popular places and all types of shops.Enjoy spectacular views over Barcelona including the Waterfront, with the Old Port and Montjuic Hill where we will see the Olympic Ring.Then it is time to hit the local market with our private Spanish chef. Enjoy hands on cooking of the famous Spanish dish, paella and learn how to make the fruity Sangria. Vacation Day 3: Barcelona After breakfast we will hop on the hop-on hop-off bus and travel to the Sagrada Família, Antoni Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece and Barcelona's most popular attraction.It is 620 miles to Seville, so sit back and enjoy the leisurely high-speed train ride and beautiful countryside as we speed towards our next destination.Time to relax after we transfer to our hotel, before tonight's entertainment and dinner at the Tablao Flamenco El Palacio Andaluz Restaurant.Enter the Maestanza Bullring, built in 1761, a landmark in Spanish bullfighting, Visit the Alcázar of Seville, a royal palace built by Moorish Muslim kings and renowned as one of the most beautiful in Spain.