Barcelona Travel and Tourism

Further education

Find out how Barcelona continually renews its status as a great tourist destination since the 1992 Olympics boost

Highlights

  • A boat trip in the Port of Barcelona
  • The towering spires of Gaudi’s Sagrada Família
  • Artistic genius at the Picasso museum
  • High technology at the Olympic Stadium
Typically £157 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 40 students

What's included: 

  • Return flights to Barcelona
  • All current taxes and surcharges
  • 3 nights’ bed and breakfast accommodation
  • Single rooms for party leaders
  • 1 leader free for 10 paying passengers
  • 24-hour assistance and support

Sample itinerary for University and College groups (not included in the guide price)

Day 1

2-3 hour flight, arrive Barcelona
Airport transfers to your accommodation
Arrive at accommodation and check in
Evening meal at a local restaurant

Day 2

Breakfast at your accommodation
Morning sightseeing tour by bus
Nou Camp Stadium
Evening meal at a local restaurant

Day 3

Breakfast at your accommodation
CETT University talk & tour
Visit to Poble Espanyol de Montjuic
Evening meal at a local restaurant

Day 4

Breakfast at your accommodation and check out
Morning visit to Sagrada Familia with any last-minute sightseeing and shopping
Return transfer to airport
2-3 hour flight back to the UK
Lorna Coblenz

A great way to explore the city is to take a trip on the City Sightseeing bus tour. You will be able to see the whole city in a day with some great photo opportunities along the way.

Lorna Coblenz, Tour Co-ordinator
Typically £157 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 40 students

There are numerous reasons why people would choose to visit Barcelona and from art & cultural tours to the bucket and spade brigade, this is an ideal centre for university tours interested in studying travel and tourism.

It won't take long to discover where most of the sun-tanned day trippers are coming from and no doubt basing your tour amongst the hotels and holiday hot spots of the Costa Brava will prove to be a big hit with your students.

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The influx of visitors to the coast during the 70's and 80's is still in evidence and case studies on the economical and environmental effects are ideal for student tour groups. Recreation plays a huge part in modern tourism and the chance to compare and contrast reasons for visiting the coast or the city are extremely pertinent for student tours.

Barcelona itself is a creative hub that has long been a destination for cultural tourists as well as curious day-trippers. Areas such as La Rambla, La Placa Catalunya and El Portal de L'Angel are all big draws for visitors and from street performers to high-end shopping, there are numerous occasions to research and investigate what really makes tourists tick.

Aside from the eclectic artwork and the imposing architecture, Barcelona is also well-known for its sporting prowess which provides yet another important piece of evidence for travel and tourism students with football, tennis and athletics all playing their part in attracting groups and fans on tour.

With all of the attention you could easily come to the conclusion that Barcelona would have inevitably lost some of its original charm however, as soon as you begin to wonder through the Old Town area or amongst the winding streets of Gracia you'll soon find that this is definitely not the case.

 

 

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We provide you with promotional materials to help you get your students excited about their trip.

The students loved everything, but especially the pastelleria. They even saw a calf being born at the yogurt farm.

South Bank University, London

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Prepare to go

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Typically £157 per student.
Based on a 3 night tour for 40 students