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Barcelona! In our opinion, is the wildest city in Spain, it has it all. Don’t let the wild scare you, wild in a good way. Barcelona is a city filled with amazing architecture, delicious food, an active international community, unique art and more, a lot more. Unlike our other trips where we have lived for a minimum of three months in the location Barcelona only got us for 1 month, but it felt like 3 because we packed so much into our short visit. We did Barcelona by way of RV (camping car for our Europeans) and airbnbs. We ate all the things, tapas was a regular occurrence, we enjoyed the art in the metro (no stench of urine or rats like our life in NYC) and we devoured Gaudí with a side of Dalí everywhere we turned.

During your time with us in Barcelona we will take to the streets and do all the things! We will eat our weight in tapas, take afternoon breaks over churros and hot chocolate, start our evenings with an aperitif of cava and cupcakes and even cook with a local grandma. How cool is that? And that is just the food. You will leave us being able to captivate your friends back home with wild stories of the uber eccentric and wildly famous Gaudí and Dalí. Plus, be able to sprinkle in some tales of your visit to a cava distillery in the country side of Barcelona. Are you excited? This is only a sampling of all the magic that we will experience in Barcelona. And for those of you who will continue with us after hiking the Camino we can stop into see a local tattoo artist if you want to etch your hike into your body somewhere. Optional of course, but even optional is fun to watch others do it if you are not onboard.

If you want to explore a mystifying land, make new friends, and push yourself out of your comfort zone and into what we would consider an “art” zone, this is the trip for you. If you care about connecting deeply with a new culture and its people in a way you cannot do on a traditional vacation, this is for you. If you approach the world with a glass half-full attitude, this is for you.

Does it sound inticing? The experience is all that, and more.

Get greater detail about our trips and who they are ideally for here. The FAQ also answers many of the questions you may have about vaccines, accommodations, insurance, etc. Both of these pages may be helpful to you before you register for this trip.

Price is based on double occupancy, limited singles available. Please click the accommodations tab for additional occupancy information.

The full itinerary is available for purchase for $300 in the event you can’t come on the trip, but want to go on your own at some point.

  • Destinations
  • Departure Date
    October 3, 2023
  • Return Date
    October 8, 2023
  • Level of Difficulty
    Minimum age 10. Recommended maximum age is 67. This is only recommended, if you think you can physically do what is listed below we will not turn you away. As a general rule you should be able to walk up to 5 miles per day, climb four flights of stairs, be able to drag or carry your belongings and be quite limber. Porters will not be available to help us, which is another reason you'll need to be fit. The terrain will be paved, cobblestones and range from flat to medium inclines. Of course we wish this trip could accommodate everyone, but certain things are beyond our control. The average high temperature is 21°C (70°F) and the average low is 16°C (62°F).
  • Included
    Gift Basket
    Live Q & A
    Meals during trip
    National Park Fees
    Personal Guides
    Private FB Group
    Welcome Party
    WorldTowning Swag
  • Not Included
    Arrival Day Meals
    Arrival Transportation
    Covid testing (if applicable)
    Departure Day Meals
    Departure Transportation
    Equipment Rental
    Flights to Country
    Flights Within Country
    Laundry, Phone Calls, Room Service
    Meals (breakfast and dinner)
    non-alcoholic drinks (not offered for free at meals)
    Tipping at the Restrooms
    Tips for Guides
    Trip Insurance
    Vegetarian Options
Make yourself comfortable in the accommodations. We'll gather in the evening to commence our trip. Please note: If you would like to arrive earlier and explore on your own prior to the start date, that is fine. Our trip officially begins October 3rd in the evening. We can't wait to meet all of you.

As a warm welcome, we would like to invite you to a meet n' greet snack of tapas and an introduction to the culture on the evening you arrive. If you will be arriving late, don't worry as we will do a more formal welcome at breakfast in the morning.

Get a good night's sleep because tomorrow we rock and roll!

BARCELONA (October 4)
This is the first official day of our voyage together. We will all gather at the opening breakfast in the hotel to discuss the day, address any questions, and meet those of you who got in late the night before and missed the meet n' greet.

Today we will leave the city of Barcelona to admire paintings and other mind-bending creations by the 20th-century Spanish artist Dalí at the stunning Salvador Dalí Museum in his birthplace of Figueres. Dalí, was a surrealist artist renowned for his technical skill, precise draftsmanship, and the striking and bizarre images in his work.

We will eat lunch in Figueres.

We will dine together each night on the regions most popular dishes. 
BARCELONA (October 5)

We will have breakfast at our accommodations.

Get your walking shoes on today. Gaudí Day! This day will blow your mind. Antoni Gaudí i Cornet was a Catalan architect and designer from Spain known as the greatest exponent of Catalan Modernism. Gaudí's works have a highly individualized, sui generis style. Most are located in Barcelona, including his main work, the church of the Sagrada Família.

We will begin our day at Park Güel a privatized park system composed of gardens and architectural elements located on Carmel Hill, in Barcelona.

We will dine alfresco early in our day before taking off for more Gaudí.

The next stop may very well be the crowning moment for your time with us in Barcelona, La Sagrada Familia, Gaudí's most famous work of art. A project that was started in 1882 and is projected to be completed in 2026. This is where art and religion meet in the most magical setting.

After this mind blowing experience we will stop for cupcakes and cava to process what we have just witnesses and rest our feet.

If time permits we will explore the Barri of Gracia, an area where students, artists and political types make their home, and everyone's welcome to hang out at Placa del Sol, a popular square day or night with its cafes, bars and 19-century architecture.

Our final stop before dinner will be Casa Batlló a UNESCO World Heritage site and an icon in Barcelona, modernism at its finest. More of a cultural experience than a museum.

We will dine together tonight at our favorite tapas restaurant, a quaint, family run hot spot.
BARCELONA (October 6)
We will have breakfast at our accommodations.

We will spend the entire day on a cava tour, tasting, workshop and lunch at a small winery which makes 18,000 bottles of quality artisan cava every year, with no chemicals, no expedition liqueurs. Just passion.

We’ll start with a walk around the winery where we’ll be able to see the geographical features that determine the weather such as Montserrat mountain, and both the Litoral and Prelitoral mountain chain, from there they will explain what makes Penedès region different and how that affects the wine.

We will stop for a tasting of Cava and learn the difference that both blending and aging can make.

Time to work and try our hand at some of the most interesting moments in Cava making.

We will enjoy a seasonal menu on the vineyard, which will of course be accompanied by cava.

After our ride home you will have the option to rest before dinner or join us for churros and hot chocolate, a Spanish favorite for that late afternoon sugar craving.

We will dine together in Barcelona on local cuisine.
BARCELONA (October 7)

We will have breakfast at our accommodations.

Cooking with Grandma! We will start with a morning visit to Buqueri market to gather ingredients and learn all about the regional foods, with our very own Grandpa. We will then go back to the kitchen and help to prepare a locally inspired meal - interspersed with stories about our Grandpa's history while enjoying a glass of local wine.

We will eat the meal we cooked together.

If time permits we will visit Mountjuic castle by way of cable car. Mountjuic castle is an old military fortress, with roots dating back from 1640, built on top of Montjuïc hill.

We will dine together in Barcelona on local cruise.
BARCELONA (October 8)
This is the last day of the trip and the toughest. Saying goodbye to new friends is never easy, but we like to think of it as "until we meet again!" After our final breakfast, the trip will officially conclude. We will miss all of you terribly!

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Value for Money

$3200 USD
We will be staying in the same accommodations for the entire 6 day trip. You will have a twin bed in a room with private bathroom. Our accommodations will have exclusive services, high-end amenities, free wifi, climate control and a complimentary safe. In the heart of all the action Barcelona has to offer, but a quiet sanctuary after a long day of adventuring.


$2700 USD
We will be staying in the same accommodations for the entire 6 day trip. You will have two twin beds or one queen (depending on your preference) plus a private bathroom. Our accommodations will have exclusive services, high-end amenities, free wifi, climate control and a complimentary safe. In the heart of all the action Barcelona has to offer, but a quiet sanctuary after a long day of adventuring.
Click here to review the latest requirements for travel during COVID-19. WTV will require their guests to follow the local regulations pertaining to COVID-19 safety, which may include having a negative COVID test prior to arrival, wearing a mask and/or providing proof of vaccination.