Spain: From the Retiro to the Rambla
Day 1-3 Barcelona
Take a stroll down the famous Rambla, Barcelona’s most famous pedestrian thoroughfare and a place to encounter acrobats, human statues and restaurants. This is a place which entangles its surroundings with the city: from Montjuic’s cable car to the beaches lining its promenade, it’s a place where leisure and work are intertwined. Don’t miss the legacy of Antoni Gaudi: he’s the one responsible for the Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo and the delightful Parc Guell.
Transfers to Madrid 5h55m1h20m2h50m
Top Activities in Barcelona
- Picasso Museum
- Camp Nou Stadium
- Sagrada Familia
Awesome Restaurants in Barcelona
- Restaurante Carmesí
- El Xampanyet
- Can Culleretes
- Pastelería Hofmann
Day 4-5 Madrid
Explore Spain’s elegant capital. There’s a vast array of European art on show at the Prado Museum and ancient weaponry at the Royal Palace and Armoury. Retiro Park is the place to retire to when the sun’s at its most fierce; take a boat out onto the lake or lie down under the shade of a tree. At night, the city comes alive. Dine late like the locals do and enjoy a late night snack of chocolate and churros to round off your night. .
Transfers to Seville 5h09m1h00m2h44m