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Barcelona is a city that offers a lot of modern buildings. In recent years we have found internationally recognized architects such as Norman Foster, Santiago Calatrava, Jean Nouvel, Richard Rogers, Zaha Hadid, among others, who have left their mark on the urban landscape of the city.

Our travel to Barcelona will allow us to see and appreciate in two days, the contemporary and modern architecture of the city, that continued and continues betting on innovation and design as future projects, together with the use of new technologies and environmental sustainability.


Because it allows you to know the work of great international and local contemporary architectures.



Minimum: 12 participants – Maximum: 24 participants


Day 1:

We will start our tour at 9.30am, transferring us by public transport to Glories station, where we will visit the 22 @ district and Poblenou. Here we will see buildings of the importance of L’Auditori de Barcelona, the TNC, the Agbar Tower, the MediaTIC building, among many others. Then we will go to the Forum, where we will have 2 hours to have lunch.

After that we will transfer by tram to the station of France where we will start our tour seeing the Fenoza natural gas building, then we will cross part of the Paseo Marino as well as a part of Ronda del Mar and Icaria Avenue. During our tour we can appreciate much of the contemporary architecture of the city.

Day 2:

This day, before starting the activities, we will check-out the hotel (we can leave the luggage in custody). From there we will go to Plaza España, where we will visit the Barcelona Pavilion of Mies Van der Rohe and then continue our walk to the Olympic Ring, where we can appreciate some of the most beautiful views of the city, the Communications Tower of Calatrava and the Palau Sant Jordi. From there we will pass through the Joan Miró Foundation and get off at the funicular and take the subway to San Jaume, where we will see the Santa Catarina market. Then we will go to the MACBA and the CCCB, ending our tour in the Plaza Joan Coromines.

We will have lunch and free time at the time of departure.


All itineraries can be adjusted to the needs of the client, thus being able to include or exclude the desired services.

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