From Roman ruins to modern architecture and the fantastic Spanish art that has gained worldwide acclaim, Barcelona is a city that captures the style and culture of cosmopolitan Europe. Perhaps the city's most famous landmark is Antoni Gaudi's immense and yet unfinished Sagrada Familia church, undoubtedly the architectural gem of the Catalonia region of Spain. A cruise that departs or arrives in Barcelona will likely also visit other historic towns of the Mediterranean, including Nice, France, cities in Italy like Rome and Sorrento, and even coastal Portugal, just to name a few. Tours range between one & two weeks and include a diversity of engaging activities like biking, archaeological visits, and many expert-guided tours and museum visits. Let us know when you're ready to start planning.
The cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, on the mediterranean coast between the mountains of Montjuïc and Tibidabo, offers its many visitors a perfect blend of tradition and modernism. Here are our favorite sites and things to do in Barcelona: