Our morning tour will start from the imposing temple of Sagrada Familia, Gaudi’s most important work and the most visited monument in Barcelona, which we will also admire from the inside (entrance guaranteed). A symbol church for the city of Barcelona, where it ranks among the most complex and time-consuming architectural projects in the world. It is the life’s work of Antonio Gaudi, who spent 43 years laying the foundations of this monumental project. On our bus route we cross the famous Passeig de Gracia avenue – the Champs Elysees of Barcelona, with its impressive ‘modernist’ buildings, prestigious shops and very good restaurants, where we will also admire the two most famous houses of the great architect Antonio Gaudi , Casa Battlo and Casa Mila, as well as the houses of the best architects of the time – Lluis Domenech I Montaner, Puig I Cadafalch, Enric Sagnier and many others. We will continue to the Olympic village, the Olympic port and Barceloneta, the old fishing village, where in your free time you will be able to taste the famous paella. Going up to Montjuik hill (Jewish hill) we will see the Olympic Stadium with almost all facilities of the 1992 Olympiad. Our next stop is the Spanish Village (Poble Espanyol), a miniature of Spain, built for the 1929 world fair. We will end our tour in the city center and the largest and most commercial square – the Plaza Cataluna – and we will reach the famous Las Ramblas pedestrian street, with its flower market, outdoor artists and painters and its never-ending liveliness. Continuing on the Ramblas, we will see the Rambla Canaletes, famous for the fountain with the coat of arms of Catalonia. Legend has it that anyone who has tasted some of its water will surely return here. This is also the meeting point for the fans of the most successful team of the 21st century, Barcelona. Walking, and roughly in the middle of La Ramblas we will see the Plaza Real, a classic mansion square, where you can enjoy your coffee. For the afternoon we suggest an optional guided tour of the “other Barcelona”. We will see the famous Parque Guel, a work of Antonio Gaudi, an example of the harmony of nature and architecture, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Crossing the more expensive suburbs of the city, we will approach Barcelona’s stadium, Camp Nou, where we will stop for photos. Next stop the historic city center and the narrow streets of the El Born district, where we will see the Santa Maria del Mar church, a unique example of Gothic architecture. Then we will see the Hospital Sant Pau, the largest modernist complex in the world – a hospital straight from a fairy tale, the work of the great architect Lluis Domenech I Montaner and a UNESCO monument – and we will end up on the Montjuik hill. Return to the hotel. Overnight.