Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf - Barcelona Aquarium Ticket
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf: Dive into the colourful depths and submerge yourself in the fascinating underwater life of the Mediterranean at the Barcelona Aquarium.
The most important Mediterranean marine leisure and education centre in the world has already received more than 14 million visitors. See the 35 tanks that are home to 450 species including sharks, piranhas, penguins and manta rays. Watch in awe as the sharks swim above and around you as you pass through the 80m long underwater tunnel, the Oceanarium. Walk through a model of a sperm whale in Planeta Aqua to discover how creatures have adapted to life in depths of darkness. Join in the interactive games in the Explora Section or have your photo taken in the most unusual of photo frames, the giant jaw of a prehistoric shark…
And if the thought of all that water – a mere 6 million litres - is making you thirsty, pay a visit to our self-service cafe where you can take a break from soaking up all the amazing sights. Remember to pass by the souvenir shop and take home a memento of this remarkable aquarium.
Start/opening time: At 9.30am.
End/closing time: Monday to Friday at 9pm; weekends and holidays at 9.30pm; June and September at 9.30pm and July and August at 11pm (cafe open until 9.30pm).
Others: Ticket offices and entry open up until one hour before closure.

Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf - Barcelona Zoo Ticket
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf: Barcelona Zoo, located in the Parc de la Ciutadella is one of the most modern zoos of its kind in the world as well as being Spain's oldest, open to the public since 1882. It is spread out over 13 acres of parkland with different enclosures reproducing the natural habitats of the animals. You'll be able to see over 450 species of animals, housed in different enclosures for mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds.
One of the most famous inhabitants of the Zoo was Copito de Nieve, an albino gorilla who passed away in 1992. Visitors will still be able to view his descendants today. Other attractions include all the big names including lions, tigers, hippos as well as animals native to Spain such as the Iberian wolf.
There is also a wide selection of shady picnic areas, bars, cafés and restaurants for you to relax and have lunch (at your own expense). Other attractions include a mini train, souvenir shops, a mini funfair and information panels and interactive zones for you to learn all about the zoo's inhabitants.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Parc de la Ciutadella.
Start or opening time: 10am.
End or closing time: 5pm winter. 7pm summer.

Available until 31 October 2017 then from 1 January 2018
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf - Casa Mila - La Pedrera
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf: Come and discover one of Barcelona's most well-known landmarks in this tour of Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi's iconic, mind-boggling Casa Milà.
The rippling facade of this modernist building, its sensuous folds and lack of straight lines have been variously compared to an underwater palace or an Easter cake. Built between 1906 and 1910 in the upmarket Eixample district of Barcelona it was designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1984. It was opened to the public three years later and is now one of the ten most popular attractions in the city.
The Casa Milà was ahead of its times when it was built and has lost none of its avant garde character since then. The building is a reflection of the artistic and imaginative powers of Gaudí in his prime. The architect’s great creative freedom and imaginative ornamental designs are visible in every detail, from the wrought iron balconies, the painted frescoes and the roof terrace, known as the garden of warriors with its famous chimney stacks, bearing a resemblance to helmeted warriors. Gaudi was initially inspired by certain great baroque works but over time developed structural shapes and volumes devoid of rational rigidity or any classic premise and the whole building was built around the symbolism of the ship of life.
The house is open every day from 9.00am to 6.30pm (last admission 6pm) between November 5 and February28. And from 9am to 8pm (last admission 7.30pm) from March 1 to November 4. It is located at 92 Passeig de Gràcia in the stylish Eixample district.
Meeting/ Pick up point: 92 Passeig de Gracia.
Start or opening time: 9am.
End or closing time: 6.30pm (November-February), 8pm (March-November.

Available until 29 October 2017 then from 6 January 2018
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf - Catalunya en miniatura theme park
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf: Come explore the amazing scale model replica of Catalonia! Declared a National Point of Interest for Tourists, our park provides the opportunity for people of all ages to visit and learn about Catalonia's landmark buildings and monuments. While you're there, don't miss the opportunity to enjoy the Bosc Animat (the Enchanted Wood), our aerial forest park has activities to suit all age groups. . . Getting lost in the midst of the wood, or enjoying the zip line's soaring thrill, you can do it all!
But that's not all there is. Our theme park offers a variety of additional services to further enhance your day, including: a picnic area, restaurant, train, amphitheatre, playground. . . and a souvenir shop to bring memories to treasure. Have Fun !
Start/opening time: January, February, October, November and December open 10am – 6pm. March, April, May, June and September open every day 10am – 7pm. July and August open every day 10am - 8pm. December 25th, January 1st and January 6th, closed June 23th open 10am – 3pm. December 24th, 26th, 31th and January 5th open 10am – 3pm. Bosc animat, 15 Sept. to 22 Dec. Open only Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Groups every day with reservation.
End/closing time: Last. access: 2 hours before closing park.

Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf - Cavas Freixenet
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf: Immerse yourself in the magical world of champagne with this one of a kind tour. We invite you to learn all about the fascinating history of Spain’s most famous brand of cava: Cavas Freixenet. Cava is a special type of bubbly wine, in Spain produced mainly in the northeastern region of Catalonia. This tour is ideal both if you are a wine connoisseurs and if you simply want to taste one of the country’s finest beverages. Join us and discover all the secrets of this wonderful drink.
To begin with, the tour kicks off with a brief but entertaining audiovisual presentation that will tell you all about the history of the famous family business. Continue afterwards by visiting the old part of the stunning cellar built way back in 1922. As you breathe in the dank underground air you can almost feel the many centuries that this cellar has seen pass through your senses. Along the way, the charming and eloquent house guides will personally give you a wide array of explanations about the process of elaboration of cava. They will also provide you with many priceless tips and tricks on how to make the most of your cava tasting experience.
Hop aboard a little train and roll along part of the 20 kilometres of underground cellars. Wrap up your visit in the tasting room, where you can try various samples of Freixenet cava. You can after acquire various items related to the world of champagne and wine in the store Dolores Ferrer.
Start/opening time: ENGLISH: Weekends and bank holidays at 11am. Monday to Friday at 12.30. SPANISH: Monday to Friday at midday. Open from 13/1 till 22/12 2014 and 27 till 31/12 2014.
Languages: English and Spanish.

Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf - Poble Espanyol Ticket
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf: Come to Poble Espanyol and discover the best of Spain's architectural heritage without even leaving Barcelona. You'll find a wide range of houses, squares and streets from the different regions of Spain at this fascinating open-air architectural museum. The Poble Espanyol is much more than a museum however. It also boasts one of the most important concentrations of craft workshops in Southern Europe.
The Poble Espanyol was conceived as a real village in the heart of the city. The aim was to provide visitors with an ideal Spanish village with full-scale replicas of buildings from all the regions of Spain. Stroll around the plazas, streets and gardens as you admire Basque farmhouses, Moorish minarets and Mallorcan Palaces.
The Poble Espanyol is much more than a museum, it also houses over 45 different craft workshops offering traditional and contemporary crafts as well as the most innovative design and art. You'll find everything from to leather goods to embroidery and ceramics. Discover different production techniques and see how the craftspeople combine innovation and tradition as you watch them at work and then buy their wares.
The cultural heritage of the Poble is completed with the Fundació Fran Daurel, a collection of contemporary art, comprising over 300 drawings and sculptures by some of the most important artists of the 20th century, and a Sculpture Garden with over 20 artworks conceived for outdoor display. .
You'll will also find a great selection of bars and restaurants offering the best of food from all around Spain, a fascinating collection of contemporary art and a wide range of cultural and leisure activities throughout the year. So what are you waiting for? A great day out for all the family awaits you!
Meeting/ pick-up point: Av. Marques de Comillas, 2.
Duration: At least 45 minutes.
Start/opening time: Monday – Sunday 9am.
End/closing time: Monday 8pm, Tuesday – Thursday 2am, Friday 4am, Saturday 5am, Sunday 12pm.

Available until 26 November 2017 then from 3 March 2018
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf - Tibidabo
Excursions in Sitges Area - Costa del Garraf: Do the same as generations of Barcelonans have been doing for over a century and make the climb to the Tibidabo, Barcelona’s city mountain and one of the oldest funfairs still surviving in the world. In addition to great views over the city and port (on a clear day you may even be able to make out Mallorca and Ibiza ) you'll find a fascinating old school amusement park with original as well as modern attractions.
The Tibidabo is a 551m hill overlooking Barcelona with great views over the city, port and Mediterranean. On clear days you may even be able to see as far as Mallorca and Ibiza. The Tibidabo amusement park has a special place in the hearts of the inhabitants of Barcelona, first opening its doors in 1901. Now this charming park and symbol of the city is a place where you can find the best of both worlds. You can still find original attractions such as the Talaia dating from 1921 and the Aeronautic from 1915. You can also visit the fascinating Museum of Automata where the oldest exhibit dates back to 1880. At the same time the park is home to state of the art rides such as Freefall and Hurricane.
You will find over 25 rides and attractions for all ages to choose from, including the Tibidabo Skywalk, and the horrifying Kruger Hotel, as well as great shows and street theatre. What's more the park offers a wide range of facilities for visitors including a selection of restaurants offering food for all tastes and pockets and picnic areas, some with amazing views over the city spread out below.
The Panoramic Views of Tibidabo:
The panoramic area is at the very top of Tibidabo, the highest place in Barcelona, where you can see the best views of the city and Mediterranean Sea. It is an authentic Barcelona balcony where you may find the most emblematic and historical attractions in the park. To enjoy this view, there are three types of tickets you may purchase:
- Panoramic ticket: access to the panoramic area plus 8 more attractions.
. Panoramic ticket including funicular entrance: access to the panoramic area, plus 8 more attractions, plus access to the historic funicular.
. Reduced Panoramic ticket including funicular: Panoramic area with access to the Tibidabo funicular plus 2 more attractions.
The general ticket allows access to the attractions park.
Panoramic views – Tibidabo
Panorama ticket : Includes access to the panoramic area plus 8 other attractions
Panorama ticket including funicular : Includes access to the panoramic area plus 8 attractions and a trip up the historic funicular in Tibidabo.
Start or opening time: Tibidabo (Park)
-April: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 8pm.
-May, June and October: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 9pm.
July: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 10pm, from Wednesday to Friday from 12pm to 9pm.
- August: Monday to Sunday from 12pm to 11pm.
-September: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 10pm.
-November: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 7pm.
-December: Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm.
Tibidabo Panorámico / + Funicular
-April: Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 8pm from Monday to Friday from 11am to 5pm.
. - May: June and October: Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 9pm from Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm.
July: Monday to Sunday from 11am to 9pm
. - Augusto: Monday to Sunday from 11am to 11pm hours
. - September: Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 22:00 hours from Monday to Friday from 11am to 6pm.
-November: Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 7pm from Monday to Friday from 12pm to 4pm.
- December: Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 6pm from Monday to Friday from 12pm to 4pm.
Others: Some restrictions may apply depending on the attraction. General admission includes access to the theme park, panoramic visit with 8 top attractions + Tibidabo funicular ride.
Others: There may be restrictions on certain attractions. The infant rate applies to children that are smaller than 120cm. Children smaller than 90cm may enter for free.

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