Gothic structures meet whimsical Catalan architecture.
Known as the ‘cradle of Spain’s imagination’, Barcelona is a city continually reinventing itself, a wonderful canvass for all things art.
Gothic structures meet whimsical Catalan architecture, historic museums and modern galleries clash against grungy displays of street art; and feats of culinary artistry are exhibited across a plethora of buzzing tapas bars and Michelin-starred restaurants.
Catalonia’s capital also offers sun-drenched Mediterranean beaches, perfect for taking a stroll, swimming, stand-up paddle boarding, and more. In October, the days are mild and the nights are cool - perfect for exploring the many delights Barcelona offers on a platter.
Stroll along waterfront Barceloneta, the pedestrian-only shopping street of La Rambla, wander through the narrow lanes and courtyards of the gothic quarter and tour Gaudí’s majestic Sagrada Família and his other unique creations.
Join us in Barcelona
- LE CORBUSIER
Click to learn more about each day:
+ DAY 1: Nuremberg
+ DAY 2: Nuremberg
+ DAY 3: Nuremberg (embark)
+ DAY 4: Kelheim & Regensburg
+ DAY 5: Passau
+ DAY 6: Engelhartszell
+ DAY 7: Spitz (or Melk)/Wachau Valley
+ DAY 8: Vienna
+ DAY 9: Cruising to Budapest
+ DAY 10: Budapest (disembark)