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Montserrat and Cava Trail Tour from Barcelona

Montserrat and Cava Trail Tour from Barcelona - Barcelona, Spain
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Barcelona, Spain

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$103.72

Combine mountains, history and wine on a visit to Montserrat and either the Freixenet or Codorniu winery on a full-day small group tour by minivan from Barcelona. You'll travel in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan and receive individual attention from your expert tour guide ... More info ›

Combine mountains, history and wine on a visit to Montserrat and either the Freixenet or Codorniu winery on a full-day small group tour by minivan from Barcelona. You'll travel in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan and receive individual attention from your expert tour guide. On this small group tour, you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.

Departure is from Barcelona at 8:30am, and from Barcelona we will head straight to Montserrat, just over an hour and a half away. On arrival, you have various options. A visit to the Sanctuary where the Moreneta is housed is a must. The sanctuary has been in use for almost 1000 years for those pilgrims and other visitors who have climbed this spectacular mountain. At 1pm on weekdays there is the opportunity to hear one of Europe's oldest children's choirs, La Escolania de Montserrat. There is also the opportunity to visit the fascinating Museum of Montserrat, with its five collections ranging from Archaeology from the Biblical East to Modern Painting and Sculpture.

Besides these cultural possibilities, the paths of the Montserrat parkland lead you around a number of different walks, each offering a different perspective on the stunning views over the surrounding landscape, and many of which are peppered with small chapels and hermitages. There are routes to suit all tastes and energy levels, from fairly strenuous treks to gentle strolls around the park area, all of which allow you to marvel at the views and to enjoy the unspoiled beauty of this protected natural park. Another option is to take one of the two rack railways, or the cable car, offering different views of the area. Alternatively, the views can simply be savored from the cafe, which offers panoramic views of the valleys.

At 2.30pm, the tour will leave Montserrat, to drive down to Sant Sadurni d'Anoia, the Cava Capital, via Gelida, to visit some of the biggest underground wine cellars in Europe. Sant Sadurni d'Anoia is situated in the Penedes wine-growing region, which boasts one of the widest varieties of grape of any wine-growing region in the world. The region received a major boost in the late 19th-century when French vineyards succumbed to parasite, although Penedes itself was later struck by the same problem. Production has since recovered, and Cava is now a major rival to French champagne; in fact, the main difference between Cava and champagne is simply the region in which they are produced.

The tour will continue with a visit to one winery, where they will demonstrate exactly how the famous sparkling wine is produced, from the first pressing of the grapes to the second fermentation in the vast expanse of cellars. This will of course be accompanied by the chance to sample the product, to see exactly why it has acquired such international fame. From here, the tour returns to Barcelona, arriving at 7:00pm.

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Wine and Cava Day Trip to Jean Leon, Torres and Freixenet Wineries form Barcelona

Wine and Cava Day Trip to Jean Leon, Torres and Freixenet Wineries form Barcelona  - Barcelona, Spain
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Barcelona, Spain

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$86.24

On this wine-tasting tour from Barcelona, spend a relaxing day in the countryside as you sample wine and learn about cava (Catalan sparkling wine). You will venture into the Penedès region to discover some of Catalonia's most iconic wineries ... More info ›

On this wine-tasting tour from Barcelona, spend a relaxing day in the countryside as you sample wine and learn about cava (Catalan sparkling wine). You will venture into the Penedès region to discover some of Catalonia's most iconic wineries. Learn how different varieties of wine are produced and, of course, taste them! Your local guide will lead you from one winery to another, entertaining you with interesting facts about Catalonia, wine and cava-making.

Catalonia is one of Spain’s most prominent wine-producing areas, boasting 11 appellations of origin. Vines have been growing in Catalonia for more than 2,000 years, and today Catalonia produces 380 million bottles of wine a year, including cava, which accounts for half of this production.

On this day trip from Barcelona, you’ll first visit Bodegues Jean Leon in the middle of the Penedès region. You will go on a guided tour and taste two different wines at this award-winning winery.

Then head to Bodegues Torres, where you will learn more about the production of various wines. You will see that it takes hard work to produce a good wine. At this winery, you’ll enjoy tastings of three wines, as well as three cheeses of the region.

Finally, visit Caves Freixenet, the last winery of your tour. Here is where you will learn about the process of making cava. You’ll sample two cavas, as well as some delicious tapas.

Your guide will be with you throughout your tour, answering questions and providing you with interesting information about the wine region.

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Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona

Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona - Barcelona, Spain
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Barcelona, Spain

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$22.63

Visit the Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona, close to the famous La Rambla. Enjoy its stylish new look and see such memorabilia as: A Prince vest worn on the back cover of his 1988 album Lovesexy, a dark green Aria Pro II signed by the members of Metallica, a Fender Stratocaster custom-made for Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, a Whitney Houston velvet gown, Michael Jackson’s customized leather jacket, a classic black leather motorcycle jacket worn by Bruce Springsteen or a Washburn guitar Paul Stanley rocked on stage when KISS performed in Minneapolis.

Boasting its own language, culture and government, Catalunya has a distinctive identity, with its capital, Barcelona, easily being one of the most vibrant, exciting and sophisticated cities in Europe ... More info ›

Visit the Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona, close to the famous La Rambla. Enjoy its stylish new look and see such memorabilia as: A Prince vest worn on the back cover of his 1988 album Lovesexy, a dark green Aria Pro II signed by the members of Metallica, a Fender Stratocaster custom-made for Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, a Whitney Houston velvet gown, Michael Jackson’s customized leather jacket, a classic black leather motorcycle jacket worn by Bruce Springsteen or a Washburn guitar Paul Stanley rocked on stage when KISS performed in Minneapolis.

Boasting its own language, culture and government, Catalunya has a distinctive identity, with its capital, Barcelona, easily being one of the most vibrant, exciting and sophisticated cities in Europe. Elegant boulevards mark the course for leisurely walks, gothic art and architecture is in abundance and tapas cafes are rife with imaginative cooking. Hard Rock Cafe Barcelona completes the local ambience with its inspired, creative fare and glorious rock 'n' roll memorabilia on display in interesting combinations. So after a long day's promenade on La Rambla, "Ramble On" over to the Hard Rock for a rockin' good time!

Choose from two different menus – the 2-course Gold or 3-course Diamond – and then sit back, relax and enjoy your meal. The cafe also has an on-site store, which you can explore after your meal if you wish.

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Cava and Wine Tour from Barcelona

Cava and Wine Tour from Barcelona  - Barcelona, Spain
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Barcelona, Spain

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$145.68

Enjoy a relaxing day in the Spanish countryside while sampling some of Spain’s best wines and cava (Spanish sparkling wine). On this day trip from Barcelona, visit with a professional guide three different kinds of wineries in the Penedés region (famous for winemaking) that showcase the very best of Catalan cava ... More info ›

Enjoy a relaxing day in the Spanish countryside while sampling some of Spain’s best wines and cava (Spanish sparkling wine). On this day trip from Barcelona, visit with a professional guide three different kinds of wineries in the Penedés region (famous for winemaking) that showcase the very best of Catalan cava. Learn the traditional and modern methods for producing wine and cava, discover the different varieties and, of course, taste them! The small group size of this tour ensures you'll spend an intimate day with like-minded wine lovers.

Explore one of Spain's most prominent winemaking regions on this small-group day trip from Barcelona. Meet your guide in central Barcelona and relax in a comfortable minivan as you make your way to the Penedés region of Catalonia. Vines have been growing in Catalonia for more than 2,000 years, and winemakers produce around 380 million bottles of wine annually. During your tour, learn about the industry and hear interesting facts about winemaking in Spain from your local guide.

After about an hour’s drive, arrive at your first stop, a local cava maker. Tour the winery with a member of the winery’s staff and learn about the cava-making process. Visit the deep underground cellar where the winery's first bottle of cava was produced more than 150 years ago!

Admire the winery’s modernist industrial architecture and hear about the technological innovations in winemaking that are combined with old traditions to produce the wonderful sparkling wine. At the end of your visit, sample some of the winery's most emblematic varietals.

Next, head to a smaller, family-run winery, where every worker is somehow related to the family. This winery has kept the artisan cava-making process alive and limits the use of machinery, creating a beautifully aged cava considered to be one of the best in Spain. You will have the good fortune to enjoy a sample of this delicate cava.

You’ll then have a 1.5-hour break for lunch (own expense) in a local village, where your guide will recommend some restaurants depending on your lunch preferences.

After lunch, sit back in your minivan as you head to an organic winery specializing in white and red wines, particularly tempranillo, pinot noir, garnatxa (known more commonly as ‘grenache’) and cabernet sauvignon. Enjoy a guided tour of the winery, and then relax in the bar as you sample a few of these beautiful wines.

Then head back to Barcelona, taking in views of the vineyards from the comfort of your minivan.

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Small-Group Barcelona Cooking Class

Small-Group Barcelona Cooking Class - Barcelona, Spain
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Barcelona, Spain

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$75.75

Find out the professional secrets of Spanish cuisine during this small-group cooking class in Barcelona. Your local chef will teach you how to prepare an authentic 4-course Spanish banquet, which you will then enjoy with a glass of wine! Discover the secrets for cooking perfect Spanish omelets, tapas or ‘paella.’ Upgrade to include a guided walking tour of the lively Boquería Market before your cooking experience to discover the essential ingredients of Spanish cuisine and get an insight of local market culture ... More info ›

Find out the professional secrets of Spanish cuisine during this small-group cooking class in Barcelona. Your local chef will teach you how to prepare an authentic 4-course Spanish banquet, which you will then enjoy with a glass of wine! Discover the secrets for cooking perfect Spanish omelets, tapas or ‘paella.’ Upgrade to include a guided walking tour of the lively Boquería Market before your cooking experience to discover the essential ingredients of Spanish cuisine and get an insight of local market culture. Enjoy personal attention from your chef on this small-group tour, limited to 14 people.

Discover the aroma and flavors of Spanish cuisine as you learn how to prepare traditional Spanish dishes from a local chef. Whether you’re a cooking enthusiast or culinary novice, you’ll enjoy the hands-on experience of this small-group Spanish cooking class in Barcelona. At the end, enjoy the meal you’ve just prepared with a glass of wine!

Located in the heart of Barcelona, the cooking school is fully equipped to ensure you have a delicious experience. Begin by preparing two traditional starters, such as seasonal vegetables with traditional romesco sauce or red bell pepper soup flavored with saffron and cod. Continue uncovering the secrets of Spanish cooking as you make roasted veal with buttered potatoes or one of Spain’s most famous dishes, paella – rice with seafood or a selection of meats. Finish your class by preparing mouthwatering desserts like crema catalana (Catalan cream) or arroz con leche (rice pudding).

As you prepare your meal, learn interesting facts about Spanish gastronomy from your local chef. Then, it’s time to sit down and taste your creations with a well-deserved glass of wine! At the end of your class, receive a booklet of recipes to wow your family and friends with homemade Spanish cuisine!

Upgrade to include a Boqueria Market walking tour

Upgrade your cooking class to include a 1.5-hour walking tour of the Boqueria Market in Barcelona. Before the class starts, visit the famous market with your chef and learn how to choose the best-quality products. This traditional and colorful market is home to an array of local products, such as fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood and cheeses – a wide variety of scents and flavors that make for delicious, rich cuisine.

Please note: The dishes you cook will vary according to season.

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Traditional Spanish Food and Wine Tour from Barcelona

Traditional Spanish Food and Wine Tour from Barcelona - Barcelona, Spain
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Barcelona, Spain

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$145.68

Discover the flavors of Catalan food and wine on this small-group day trip from Barcelona. Sample cheese and wine in a beautiful medieval farmhouse overlooking the mountain of Montserrat; visit a former Benedictine monastery to sample local delicacies like home-cured meats; and taste different types of olive oil at another medieval farmhouse ... More info ›

Discover the flavors of Catalan food and wine on this small-group day trip from Barcelona. Sample cheese and wine in a beautiful medieval farmhouse overlooking the mountain of Montserrat; visit a former Benedictine monastery to sample local delicacies like home-cured meats; and taste different types of olive oil at another medieval farmhouse. Enjoy a traditional Catalan lunch at the farm's restaurant, and end your day trip with a guided tour of a winery, where you will enjoy cava and wine tastings. On this small-group tour, you will receive personalized attention from your tour guide.

Meet your guide in central Barcelona, relax on board a comfortable minivan and take in views of the Catalan countryside on your way to Montserrat, the craggy mountain that rises above the region. Stop in a charming village, famous for cattle raising and cheese making, and visit a beautifully restored medieval farmhouse to sample local cheese and wine. As you savor your tasting, admire views of your backdrop – the north face of Montserrat.

Continue to Santa Cecília, a former Benedictine monastery that is today a mountain shelter and a great example of early Catalan Romanesque architecture. Enjoy a short stop here to learn interesting facts about the history of the region, as how the monks influenced the farming and the gastronomic traditions. As you listen to your guide, sample locally grown treats like almonds, peaches, honey or home-cured meats, depending on the season.

Next, relax on the drive around Montserrat and discover the south face of the mountain, which has a different climate and landscape from the north side, making it ideal for olive trees and vines. Get closer to nature as you leave your minivan and follow your guide through a path between fields of olive trees.

Arrive at a 16th-century farmhouse, originally the property of the Monastery of Montserrat. Visit the farmhouse's old olive mill and the medieval water tanks, and learn about olive oil pressing and the different types of olive oil. Sample some of these, then enjoy a traditional lunch of products grown at the farm (upgrade your experience by traveling on a Sunday, where the menu features typical local Catalan dishes)

After lunch, head to the Penedés, a vibrant wine region known for its production of cava (Catalan sparkling wine). Stop at a local winery, where you will learn how cava is made on a guided tour of the winery's underground cellars and barreling room, and finish with a tasting of four different types of cava and wine.

Then sit comfortably in your minivan and admire views of the landscape on your way back to Barcelona.

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