Madrid & Barcelona
From $1149*

Whether you prefer a day spent examining the treasures of the world-famous Prado museum, strolling through one of many parks, or enjoying tapas dinners, Madrid offers a refreshing and fascinating change of pace. Then it's on to Barcelona. Guell Park and Palace and the Mila Home are particularly revered in Barcelona as is the unfinished but stunning Church of La Sagrada Familia. The oldest region in Barcelona is the Gothic Quarter, an oval-shaped region loaded with gothic style buildings like its cathedral, old City Hall Building, the Episcopal Palace and the splendid Palace of the Generalitat, home of the Catalan government. La Rambla, on the other hand, is the most famous and typical street in Barcelona, and, therefore, one of the places that is most frequented by visitors. The best way to introduce yourself to Barcelona is to stroll along the boulevard night or day and soak up the sights of the meeting-plazas, the open-air markets, the florist stalls, and the historical buildings. Or you could just watch the world go by from any one of the green plazas filled with locals and guests.



  October 2011  


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