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Barbara Janicka

Senior Travel Consultant

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01242 386 463

Best Time To Go

May - September

Holiday Length

4 nights

Price guide

From £1,930pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
Holiday type

City break, Tailor-made


Barcelona City Break 2024/2025

Few destinations in Europe can match the beauty and energy of the Catalonian capital. This Barcelona city break gives you a brilliant introduction to the city, and includes return flights, private transfers and hotels, including breakfast. It also covers a private half-day Barcelona tour with one of our expert guides, as well as entrance fees to the Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila, Parc Guell and Gaudi House Museum. If you need it, you’ll also have access to a dedicated A&K Concierge to book additional private tours, restaurants and spa treatments.

  • Private half day Gaudí tour with one of our expert guides
  • Entrance fees to the Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila, Parc Guell & Gaudi House Museum
  • Return flights
  • Private luxury transfers
  • Accommodation includes breakfast (the 'From price' above is based on staying at El Palace Hotel on a bed and breakfast basis)
  • Services of your dedicated A&K Concierge to book additional private tours, restaurants & spa treatments, to tailor your break to suit you

Why Barcelona?

Barcelona combines everything you could want on a European break: unique art and architecture, a curving sweep of beach, and a stylish array of restaurants and bars. We like the gritty cobbled streets of El Born, with its tapas joints and cocktail bars. In direct contrast is Eixample, a large central district with wide avenues and squares including the Placa Catalunya and the Passaig de Gracia. Gaudi masterpieces are everywhere. Highlights include the spooky Casa Batllo overlooking the city centre, and quirky Parc Guell with its rainbow of mosaic tiles.

The Sagrada Familia dominates the skyline with its still-unfinished towers. One side is a daring, modern ingress, the other a romantic, crumbling facade. Wide, pedestrianised La Rambla bisects the city centre. Ignore the tourist tat and head to La Boqueria, an ancient food market bristling with energy and flavour. After dark, try Catalonian tapas at one of the bars in El Born. End your night at Dry Martini, a revered speakeasy where gloved waiters in white tuxedos create (you guessed it) the best martinis in town. The next day, chill on a daybed at the laid-back beaches of La Barceloneta.


Mandarin Oriental Barcelona

Barcelona & Catalonia, Spain

The Mandarin Oriental Barcelona is an elegant, mid 20th Century building with a highly stylised, modern interior designed by Spanish born Patricia Urquiola

El Palace Hotel

Barcelona & Catalonia, Spain

A well-known city landmark, El Palace Hotel has been through all of the remarkable events which have affected Barcelona during the last century