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Barcelona architecture is very diverse, has many impressive buildings with styles ranging from Gothic to contemporary, and especially noted for its modernist architecture; which it developed much of the city and where we can find much of the work of great architects like Antoni Gaudi and Lluis Domenech i Montaner.

Barcelona also stands out for its modern and contemporary in recent decades, where the world famous architects have left their mark on the city buildings.

That is why the architectural development in recent years and the commitment to design and innovation, as well as linking of urban planning with ecological values and sustainability have become the Catalan capital in one of the leading European cities in the architectural field, a fact that has been recognized with numerous awards and distinctions.



Among the main attractions of the city you cannot miss explore its medieval architecture located mostly in the Gothic Quarter. We can find the remains of what was once a walled city before, and see the impressive legacy of this era. Walking the streets, guided by our experts, you will see buildings that are the symbol of the power of the Christian Church as the imposing Cathedral of Barcelona or the elegant Gothic churches of Santa Maria del Mar and Santa Maria del Pi.

Also highlights the legacy of the nobility present in the Gothic palaces. A corner that certainly retains the essence of medieval splendor is the Plaça del Rei, the place of residence of the counts of Barcelona and kings of the Crown of Aragon.

Sure to be a journey that will transport you to another time.


They will have a broad view of what comprises modernism in Barcelona, an architectural style that emerged between the nineteenth and twentieth century and developed in parallel to Art Nouveau, Jugendstil, Secession, among others.

Through tours and guided visits from our experts, you can learn the beginnings and history of the buildings and leading architects who are part of this style. Some of the buildings to visit are: The Palau Güell (Gaudí), La Pedrera (Gaudí), the Ametller House (Puig i Cadafalch), the House Lleó Morera (Domènech i Montaner), the Casa Fuster (Domenech i Montaner) , La Sagrada Familia (Gaudi’s unfinished work).


There are many architectural styles to see in the city and contemporary does not go unnoticed in the city of Barcelona. True to its creative, modern and innovative spirit, Barcelona continues to reinvent its urban landscape.

Many architects who have been part of that growth. In the tour highlights visit the iconic Torre Agbar by Jean Nouvel, the Forum building designed by Herzog & de Meuron for the Forum of Cultures held in 2004, or tour guided by our experts the 22 @ technology district, where They find many of the works that are part of the Barcelona of the XXI century.


If in addition to the architecture also enjoy the landscape, here you can find some of the most emblematic parks and gardens. They may visit them, know their stories and enjoy the scenery accompanied by our experts.


Barcelona has a high range of museums to visit, covering different times and styles of art and history. In them we can appreciate both the amazing architecture of its buildings as the importance of their artworks.

The variety of museums we can include those tours that pique their interest and suited to your needs. These include: Picasso Museum, Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Fundación Joan Miró, Archaeology Museum of Catalonia, Design Museum of Barcelona, Egyptian Museum, Center for Contemporary Culture in Barcelona (CCCB), National Museum of Art Barcelona (MNCA) among others.


In Barcelona there are many architects who over time have left their mark on the city. They may hear from our experts, stories and anecdotes most outstanding architects as they visit their buildings. Some of the highlights are: The Barcelona Pavilion (Mies van der Rohe), Fabrica Moritz (Jean Nouvel), D38 Office (Arata Izozaki), Joan Miró Building Foundation (Josep Lluis Sert)


Around Barcelona offer a variety of options of great interest. They will have organized day trips, guided by our experts, where they can learn about the architecture and landscapes of cities like Girona, Tarragona or know the Massif Monserrat. Furthermore, given the geographical proximity, on the same trip may visit other countries like Andorra and France.


As expected, in a city like Barcelona you will find restaurants or bars in buildings with unique architectural features. That is why we invite you to enjoy lunch, dinner or just some tapas, beer or wine in these local modernist and contemporary architecture, to make the stay in Barcelona a unique experience.


You will find a high range of different activities to do in the city of Barcelona that are linked to architecture, and so in a different way the group can create links and have fun while getting to know the city. They may hold workshops, gymkanas, dramatized and more visits.

Among the different activities we have designed, these are some of the highlights: Discovering the Gothic (gymkhana), Parc Güell (gymkhana), Montjuic Magic Mountain (gymkhana), the footsteps of a genius: the Barcelona secret of Gaudí ( dramatized tour), Family dinner Batllo (dramatized dinner), Gran Teatre del Liceu (guided tour and concert).


Barcelona 4 days

Day 1 / Welcome and Medieval Barcelona

  • Transfer Airport – Hotel
  • Ancient Roman Wall, the Temple of Augustus, St. Mary of the Pi
  • Santa Maria del Mar, Barcelona Cathedral, the Gothic Quarter
  • Plaza del Rey, Sant Jaume Square

Day 2 / Catalan Modernism

  • La Pedrera, Casa Batllo, Casa Ametller, Casa Lleo Morera
  • Casa Fuster, the Editorial Montaner i Simon – Fundacio Tapies, Casa Vicens
  • Parc Güell
  • Sacred Family

Day 3 / The New Barcelona

  • Montjuic, the Magic Mountain (gymkhana)
  • Barcelona Pavilion (Mies Van der Rohe)
  • Agbar Tower, Hotel Silken Campus Audiovisual-Mediapro, El Mediatic, diagonal Offices 197
  • Central Parc del Poble Nou
  • Telefónica Tower, Forum Building

Day 4 / Boardwalk and Farewell

  • The Olympic Village, Fish Olympic Tower Hotel Arts
  • Nova Icaria Paseo, Barceloneta, Hotel W
  • Transfer Airport
Barcelona 12 days

Day 1 / Welcome and Tour Center

  • Transfer Airport – Hotel
  • Ramblas, Plaza Sant Jaume, Plaza Real, Teatro Liceu
  • Market the Boqueria, Barcelona Cathedral, the Gothic Quarter

Day 2 / Barcelona Medieval

  • Ancient Roman Wall, the Temple of Augustus, Santa Maria de Pi
  • Santa Maria del Mar, Born Market, Palau de la Música
  • Picasso museum
  • The Raval, Palau Guell
  • CCCB (Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona)

Day 3 / Between 1929 and 1992

  • Montjuic Olympic facilities, Botanical Garden
  • Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya
  • Joan Miró Foundation (Josep Lluis Sert)
  • Barcelona Pavilion (Mies Van der Rohe)

Day 4 / Girona, Heritage and Diversity

  • Travel to Girona

Day 5 / Eixample and Modernism Catalan

  • La Pedrera, Casa Batllo, Casa Ametller, Casa Lleo Morera
  • Casa Fuster, the Editorial Montaner i Simon Foundation Tapies, Casa Vicens
  • Building National
  • Sacred Family

Day 6 / Fun in the Park

  • Parc Güell (gymkhana)
  • Arc de Triomphe, the Ciudadella Park

Day 7 / architecture Románica

  • Travel Tarragona

Day 8 / Promenade

  • The Olympic Village, Fish Olympic Tower Hotel Arts
  • Nova Icaria Paseo, Hotel W
  • Barrio la Barceloneta

Day 9 / The New Barcelona

  • Agbar Tower, Market Glories 22 @ Hotel Silken
  • Campus Audiovisual-Mediapro, El Mediatic, diagonal Offices 197
  • Central Parc del Poble Nou
  • Telefónica Tower, Forum Building

Day 10 / Park, Factory and Museum

  • Labyrinth Park of Horta
  • Factory Moritz (Jean Nouvel)
  • MACBA (Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art)

Day 11 / Museum of Architecture Spanish real scale

  • Square Spain
  • Arenas Shopping Centre
  • Ponble Espanyol

Day 12 / Sport and Farewell

  • Camp Nou Stadium
  • Transfer Airport
Customize your itinerary


If part of a group and want a trip to suit your needs and time available to them, do not hesitate to request a personalized itinerary, where you can choose among the topics mentioned on this page, and add an event or approach specific. We are at the disposal to create the experience they imagine.




Architect Specialized guide

Overnight in 3 star hotel or superior

Breakfast at Hotel

Travel insurance

Transportation from the airport (complete set)

Transport in town (where indicated)

Tickets (when visiting the Interior stated)


Air Tickets City Destination

Lunches and dinners

Cancellation insurance

Night activities

Visa arrangements (if needed)

Anything not specifically indicated


All itinerary can be adjusted to customer needs and can include or exclude the desired services.

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