Barcelona, Spain - Mediterranean Cruises

Delve into the Picasso Museum or Miró Foundation. Explore the genius of Gaudí too, as you survey the city from Parc Güell, witness the extraordinary Casa Mila and Casa Batlló, and marvel at his unfinished masterpiece, the Sagrada Familia. After all that sight-seeing a shady spot in one of Barcelona’s numerous cafés provides the perfect vantage point for watching the colourful street performers on Las Ramblas.

Excursions

Please note: The shore excursions listed are typical for this port. The full programme of shore excursions available for your cruise will be displayed on Cruise Personaliser at least 12 weeks prior to departure.

  • City Drive & Aquarium

    Enjoy a city drive of Barcelona combined with a visit to Barcelona’s famous Aquarium; the perfect combination of culture and fun!

    City Drive & Aquarium

    Your tour begins with a leisurely drive through the city of Barcelona, passing by the iconic Columbus Monument and the bottom of the famous promenade of ‘La Ramblas’. Continue your drive along Passeig Gracia, one of the major avenues containing several of the city’s most celebrated pieces of architecture. Soak up the culture on offer as your guide points out the renowned buildings of Casa Milà and Casa Batlo, 2 of Antonio Gaudi masterpieces.

    Following your orientation drive through the city, you’ll arrive at the city’s most unique attraction, the Church of Sagrada Familia for an outside visit and photo stop. Started in 1882 and still unfinished, the extraordinary church with its profuse decoration is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    The L’Aquarium de Barcelona was opened in 1995 and is the largest Mediterranean-themed aquarium in the world. Your visit to the aquarium will give you the opportunity to see some of 11,000 animals and 450 species housed in 6 million litres of water. Enjoy the unforgettable walk through the 80-metre long underwater tunnel as you get up close and personal to sharks, sun fish and other species in the oceanarium.

    After your visit, free time will be given for shopping at Moll Maremagnum shopping centre, before your return journey to the ship.

    This excursion will operate by bus and on foot. There is approximately 2 hours of walking on this tour. Due to parking restrictions there is a 15 minute walk each way to the Sagrada Familia.

    Tour code

    BCN_328

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    • Family

      Especially suitable for families

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Highlights of Barcelona

    An introduction to many of Barcelona's most famous sights, including its historic heart, Gothic Quarter and the Spanish Village.

    Highlights of Barcelona

    One of Barcelona's famous landmarks is the 600-year-old Catalan Gothic Cathedral of Santa Eulalia, built on the site of a Roman temple dedicated to Hercules. View the exterior of this marvellous building as well as absorbing the other sights of the Gothic Quarter.

    Your tour continues to the huge Catalunya Square - the main square of the city - before taking the Passeig de Gracia to the city's most unique attraction, the Church of Sagrada Familia (photograph stop only). Started in 1882 and still unfinished, this church with its profuse decoration is a sight that should not be missed.

    Visit the Spanish Village at Montjuic, built for the 1929 Universal Exposition. Stroll through the Andalusian or Castilian streets in the 'Village', where free time will be given for you to browse independently and shop for souvenirs.

    Leaving the Spanish Village, and time permitting, enjoy a panoramic view of the Olympic Ring surrounding the Olympic Stadium.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and involves approximately 2¾ hours’ total walking, including steps. Due to parking restrictions there is a 15 minute walk each way to the Sagrada Familia, and to the Gothic Cathedral.

    Tour code

    BCN_002

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    4 hours

  • F.C. Barcelona

    Visit the prestigious home of F.C. Barcelona - one of the biggest clubs in Europe and Europe's largest football stadium.

    F.C. Barcelona

    A short panoramic drive will take you past Via Layetana, Passeig Gracia and the Diagonal area. Heading into the Montjuic Mountain, you will be able to see the Olympic Ring, Olympic Stadium and a short photograph stop will be made at the mirador.

    Known locally as the Barca, Camp Nou is home to the city's famous football club, F.C. Barcelona. This is one of the world's richest football clubs and has more than 100,000 members. On arrival, you will go through the visiting team's changing room, and continue along the corridor where players enter onto the ground. Afterwards, the guide will show you the press room and interview room.

    Football fans will enjoy a visit to the Barca Museum, which displays memorabilia and trophies. You will have an exterior view of the impressive stadium, built in 1957 and extended in 1982 to accommodate 98,000 seated fans. A guided tour will be followed by free time to explore independently. As you exit the ground, there will be an opportunity for souvenir shopping.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and involves a lot of standing, as well as many steps to negotiate. Flat, comfortable shoes are recommended. Due to strict pre-match security procedures, this tour is subject to late cancellation. The management may also close parts of the stadium without notice. Crowds are to be expected. Guests are not permitted to touch the pitch.

    Tour code

    BCN_005

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    • Family

      Especially suitable for families

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Tarragona

    Discover Tarragona old city, abound with charm and history..

    Tarragona

    Tarragona is testament to Spain’s glorious past with its historical quarter brimming with Roman and medieval remains. Declared a world heritage site by UNESCO, the origins trace as far back as 218 BC, when the first Roman presence was felt in the Iberian peninsula.

    Upon arrival, the remains of the Roman walls are an impressive sight as you enter the walled area through ‘Portal del Roser’. Follow your guide on a fascinating walking tour, taking in the Roman remains of the Provincial Forum, the Pretorio, the Roman Circus and the Amphitheatre. During your walk a stop will also be made at the Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Diocesan Museum.

    Admire the old medieval marketplace, gothic arches and the streets of the Jewish Quarter as you stroll through the old city, before the return drive to Barcelona.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and involves around two hours of walking over varying terrain. The journey to Tarragona is approximately 1½ hours. The visit to Santa Maria Cathedral is subject to local services on the day and entrance may not be permitted. Please dress appropriately for entering churches. Flat, comfortable shoes are recommended.

    Tour code

    BCN_318

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    Duration

    5 hours

  • Gaudi Tour

    Explore the architectural legacy of one of Barcelona's most famous sons, Antonio Gaudi.

    Gaudi Tour

    On a short panoramic tour of the city, you’ll pass through the Paseo de Gracia, the widest avenue in town. Here, you’ll see plenty of Modernist houses designed by Gaudi including Casa Batlló and other important architects of the period.

    Designed by Gaudi; in 1882 and never completed, the Church of Sagrada Familia stands as witness to Gaud's creative, although controversial genius. Construction began again in 1939, but faltered due to confusion over Gaudi's plans. Join your guide for an interior visit and learn about Gaudi's vision for the Church. The final construction is meant to include 18 towers in total and is based on the 12 apostles, four evangelists, the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ.

    Park Guell was designed by Gaudi in the early part of the 20th century. Take a leisurely stroll through this hillside garden suburb of Barcelona, fashioned after the English model of a 'Garden City'.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and involves approximately 1½ hours of walking. There are steps, uneven surfaces and cobblestones throughout Park Güell. Due to parking restrictions there is a 15 minute walk each way to the Sagrada Familia. Comfortable, flat walking shoes are recommended.

    Tour code

    BCN_004

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Girona and Dali Museum

    Visit the ‘immortal city’ of Girona and its intriguing old town, before experiencing the spectacular Museum of Dalí in Figueres.

    Girona and Dali Museum

    Known as the ‘immortal city,’ the beautiful town of Girona is one of the most interesting, monumental cities in Spain, due to its rich history and large amount of treasures found there.

    Built around four rivers, the historic centre is dominated by medieval buildings influenced by the Romans, Arabs and Jews. Visit the Arab baths with its attractive arches before enjoying a stroll around ‘El Call’ or the ‘Jewish Quarter’.

    Take the weight off your feet during the drive to Figueres, the birthplace of Salvador Dali. Enjoy a delicious luncheon at a local restaurant before entering the Dali Museum – the largest surrealist object in the world. Housed in the former Municipal Theatre that was destroyed at the end of the Spanish civil war, Dali decided to create this museum on its ruins. The building is host to a huge collection of art, including the Rainy Taxi and the Sala Mae West – an elaborate optical illusion that transforms an ordinary living room scene into the face of the famous film actress Mae West. As you explore the museums many works, see if you can spot a famous US President’s portrait before rejoining your coach back to Barcelona.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and involves approximately two hours’ walking plus inclines, cobbles and many steps in the old town of Girona, as well as stairs within the museum. Comfortable, flat walking shoes are recommended. The journey time from the port to Girona and Figueras is approximately 1½ hours each way via the motorway. Flash photography is not permitted in the Museum.

    Tour code

    BCN_317

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Meal included

      Meal Included

    Duration

    8¼ hours

  • Interactive Barcelona for Families

    Explore Barcelona on a tour especially designed for families. See the highlights with expert ‘child-friendly’ guides and have fun with interactive games.

    Interactive Barcelona for Families

    Designed to entertain both children and adults, this tour provides a memorable experience that will capture the attention of the entire family. Through songs, games, and with the aid of an interactive booklet, families will experience an engaging and instructive approach to the city of Barcelona.

    Departing the port by coach, you’ll head to the Gothic Quarter for an outside visit to the Santa Cruz Cathedral, before playing the ‘Find the Dragons’ game!

    Afterwards, a short transfer will take you to the Sagrada Familia, during which the guide will briefly tell the story of Gaudì and his church, and you can play the next game in the booklet. Once in front of the great unfinished Cathedral, children will be encouraged to make up their own ideas of how to finish up the major work, and draw it their booklet.

    Next, a visit will be made to Park Güell, where you will be treated to an amazing puppet show about knights, dragons and princesses, before enjoying a traditional snack.

    Continue by coach to the ‘Gaudì houses’ area for a walking tour along the 3 most famous houses in Barcelona; Casa Batlo, Casa Morera and Casa Amatler. Along the way, play the related game in the booklet, which involves drawing an imaginary house based on what has just been seen.

    Finally, enjoy approximately 1 hour of free time in ‘La Rambla’, before the return journey to the ship.



    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. There is approximately two hours of walking on this tour over some uneven terrain and steps. One interactive booklet will be provided to each child booked on the tour.

    Tour code

    BCN_333

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    • Family

      Especially suitable for families

    Duration

    4½ hours

  • Montserrat by Rail

    The unique 'jagged mountain' formations of Montserrat are a magnificent setting for Catalonia's sacred Benedictine monastery.

    Montserrat by Rail

    During your drive to Montserrat, you will see the scenery change from beautiful countryside to the rugged Montserrat mountain range, which rises majestically to 4,051 feet.

    The 1,000-year-old Monastery of Montserrat is nestled at the foot of the eroded mountain crags of Montserrat. Like jagged teeth, the rocky formations soar skywards creating unparalleled natural beauty. The famous Monastery, founded as a Benedictine Abbey during the 11th century, is firmly perched on a ledge hanging 2,400 feet above the River Llobregat and is home to the 12th century Black Virgin of Montserrat.

    Ascend by rack-railway to the Monastery, experiencing exceptional views of the mountain’s spectacular environment. Upon arrival at the top, you’ll have approximately 1½ hours to explore independently.


    This excursion will operate by coach, rack-railway and on foot. The drive between Barcelona and Montserrat takes approximately 1½ hours each way. The rack-railway ride is approximately 15 minutes and can be very busy; on occasion you may be required to stand. There is approximately 1½ hours of walking during this tour including some uphill/downhill paths and steps into the Basilica. Comfortable, flat walking shoes are recommended. If mass is taking place, guests will not be able to enter the Basilica. As a courtesy, ladies are requested to cover their shoulders when visiting the Basilica. A warm jacket is recommended. This tour is not recommended for those suffering from vertigo.

    Tour code

    BCN_009

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    Duration

    4½ hours

  • Freixenet Cava Cellars

    Visit one of the most well-known Cava producers in Spain for a tour that will truly please your palate.

    Freixenet Cava Cellars

    Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and head through a contrasting landscape dotted with vineyards and old Catalan houses, towards the charming Freixenet Cellars.

    The Cellars are located in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, a small town situated in the heart of the Penedès region. The constant efforts made by the family-run company since the 1970’s have led to continuous expansion across the globe, and made the Freixenet Group a world leader in sparkling wine production.

    You will be warmly shown around the estate, discovering the fascinating secrets of cava making, and boarding an electric train for a ride through its underground network of caves and cellars. See the high-tech bottling plant where some 200 million bottles are produced each year, as well as receiving practical advice about buying, storing and most importantly, drinking cava.

    Round off your tour with a crisp glass of cava in the tasting room. Afterwards you’ll have the opportunity to purchase wines and souvenirs in the gift shop.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and involves approximately 1½ hours’ total walking during this tour including more than 150 steps, which may be slippery when wet. This tour is not recommended for anyone who may be claustrophobic as visits will be made to cellars 4 floors below ground level.

    Tour code

    BCN_319

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    Duration

    3 hours

  • Barcelona at Night with Tapas

    See the city sights at night, enjoying the gorgeous evening atmosphere, as well as sampling some tasty tapas.

    Barcelona at Night with Tapas

    Your city tour will start with a panoramic drive heading through the city towards Tibidabo Hill, the highest point in Barcelona to enjoy one of the most privileged and magnificent views over the city at night. A brief photograph stop will be made, where your guide will point out some of the main highlights of the city.

    Next, you’ll head to the Gothic Quarter for a guided walk through some of the narrow streets of the Old Town. Pass by the Santa Eulailia’s Cathedral, one of the most beautiful Gothic buildings in the city and experience the mysterious atmosphere of the main squares at night.

    Following your pleasant stroll through the Old Town, it will be time to sample three typical Spanish tapas dishes at a nearby restaurant. ‘Tapas’ is not a particular food, but rather a way of eating it, best defined as the tradition of enjoying small portions of different foods or ‘finger foods’. Common tapas dishes include Spanish omelette, fried squid and ‘pincho moruno’ (pork skewers).

    Afterwards, proceed to the old harbour and enjoy some free time to enjoy Barcelona’s seafront promenade, before returning to your ship.

    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and involves approximately 1 hour of walking over paved, uneven and inclined surfaces. A refreshment of soft drink or beer will be included in the tapas tasting. The tapas served may vary.

    Tour code

    BCN_329

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Evening Flamenco Show & Sangria

    Experience a beautiful display of colourful costumes, intriguing music and unique dance style during a lively evening Flamenco show.

    Evening Flamenco Show & Sangria

    Flamenco is not just a dance style but an artform that became increasingly popular in Spain during the early 1900s and is strongly associated with the Romani people of Spain. It is known that in the 18th Century, the Gypsies used Flamenco as an expression of oppression, sometimes even without music.

    The heel stamping ‘Taconeo’, the hand clapping ‘Palmas Sordas’ and the finger snapping ‘Pitos’ are what most people associate with the sounds of Flamenco. The unique Flamenco guitar is the most common accompanying instrument.

    Enjoy a photograph stop at the viewpoint of Mirador de l’Alcade, overlooking the city of Barcelona, before heading to the Palacio del Flamenco theatre for your evening of lively Flamenco entertainment. Upon arrival at the theatre you’ll be shown to your table and greeted with a welcome drink of Sangria, wine beer or soft drink. Sit back and soak up the electric atmosphere as you are treated to a mesmerising performance of this Spanish art form

    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. Casual evening attire is acceptable. No tank tops, shorts or revealing clothing is allowed. There is minimal walking on this tour but guests must be able to negotiate steps on and off the coach.

    Tour code

    BCN_330

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    • Refreshments included

      Refreshments included

    Duration

    2½ hours

  • Panoramic Barcelona

    Relax in the comfort of your coach as this panoramic drive introduces you to Barcelona's attractions at a leisurely pace.

    Panoramic Barcelona

    Your tour begins with a leisurely drive towards the Olympic Village passing by the Citadel Park. During the drive your knowledgeable guide will point out many highlights and provide explanations along the way.

    A stop will be made en-route at the Arch of Triumph. Built with red bricks and a neo-moorish style, it was created for the World Expo of 1888 which took place in Barcelona.

    Upon arrival at the Olympic Village, you will be given some free time to enjoy the beautifully renovated marina, with shops and restaurants and promenade.

    Afterwards, you’ll journey along the marina avenue towards Passeig de Gracia, a wide boulevard lined with lovely Art Nouveau buildings that connects the Gothic Quarter to the village of Gracia.

    Continue to Montjuïc, passing Plaça Espanya, the Fair and Congress Palace and María Cristina Avenue. During a photograph stop at Montjuïc’s mirador you will have spectacular views over the city.


    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot. At Montjuïc there is a ten minute walk to reach the viewpoint.

    Tour code

    BCN_001

    Features

    • Activity low

      Activity Level: Low

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    3 hours

  • Palau Güell & Gothic Quarter

    Visit Palau Güell, the beautiful mansion designed by Antoni Gaudi, before a guided walk of the Gothic Quarter.

    Palau Güell & Gothic Quarter

    From the Monument of Columbus, you’ll enter the colourful boulevard known as La Rambla, and walk to Palau Güell (the Güell Palace). This wonderfully unique mansion was designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1888, for the Catalan industrial tycoon Eusebi Güell.

    Impressed by the designs of Antoni Gaudi, Eusebi Güell requested that he build him a mansion that would set him apart from his neighbours. Palau Güell is the result of this collaboration and is one of Gaudi’s first projects.

    Upon arrival, you’ll notice the grand iron gates that allowed visitors to enter by horse-drawn carriage. Once inside you’ll be given an audio guide, to allow you to explore the house independently. Discover the different rooms which are located over 5 floors, each one a treasure trove of design in architecture.

    Afterwards, join your guide on a walking tour of the Gothic Quarter; the centre of the old city. View Plaça Nova with its twin semi-circular towers of the Roman walls, before an exterior visit of the Cathedral, a Gothic structure dating from the 14th and 15th centuries. Enjoy some free time for shopping before rejoining your coach back to the ship.

    Tis tour will operate by coach and on foot. There is approximately three hours of walking on this tour, some of which is over cobble-stones. There are also steps to negotiate to access each floor of Palau Güell. The Cathedral will be viewed from the outside..

    Tour code

    BCN_316

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Shopping

      Shopping

    Duration

    4 hours

  • Fantasy Island Waterpark

    Make a splash at the Water Park of Isla Fantasia!

    Fantasy Island Waterpark

    There’s water action everywhere with 21 different attractions at Fantasy Island, including Torpedo Slides, Grand Rapids, Aquamania, Double Spiral, Foams, Kamakazes, Superslides and a children’s pool with a set of mini slides in the shape of different animals. Hurtle down the rapids before encountering an exhilarating splashdown - soak up the excitement and shoot into mid-air reaching mind blowing speeds. Feel the sensation as you slide up and down in a spinning giant tube, and hang on tight in your boat as you tumble down to a splash pond below.

    To give you flexibility during your day, lunch has not been included in the fare and can be purchased from the variety of cafés within the Park.

    With so much to do, you’re guaranteed to have a great time!


    ACTIVITY EXCURSIONS
    You and all those in your party should be aware that, in undertaking activity excursions, you will be involved in a degree of physical exertion and/or activity such as hiking, biking, snorkelling, kayaking, diving etc. By booking the excursion you confirm that you and all those in your party are in good physical and mental condition, with no history of conditions such as seizures, dizziness, fainting, heart condition, respiratory problems or back/neck problems (by way of example only). You should also ensure that no one in your party is taking medicine that carries a warning about impairment of physical or mental abilities. If you are pregnant this type of excursion may not be appropriate for you. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit and well enough to take part in the activities booked and you are reminded to take care for your own safety. Because of the risks associated with activity excursions, you may be asked by the excursion provider to sign a document which may affect or limit the excursion provider’s liability. Comfortable flat walking shoes are recommended.

    BEACH/WATER RELATED EXCURSIONS
    For any excursion involving water, guests are reminded to exercise particular care. Alcohol and eating a full meal should be avoided before swimming. If buoyancy aids are provided for an activity they must be worn at all times. You should bear in mind that the sea is unpredictable. Lifeguards are unlikely to be present and there may not be a flag system to indicate whether or not it is safe to go in the water. In addition, beach activities may not be supervised or accompanied and so you should take care to satisfy yourself as to the safety of the beach and/or the sea at the time of your excursion. Please exercise caution when entering the sea as the seabed and aquatic environment is capable of springing surprises and we have not inspected the beach or seabed for its safety. Children must be supervised by you at all times near water. All activities on the beach, water and in the sea are undertaken at your own risk. You’ll need to take swimwear, a towel, sunscreen and flat shoes that can be worn in the water.

    LIABILITY
    Cunard will arrange for the excursions to be performed by the relevant excursion provider. Cunard does not provide or supply the excursion services. Cunard will exercise reasonable care and skill in the selection of the excursion provider, but will not in any circumstances have a greater liability than the excursion supplier and Cunard shall not be responsible for the negligent acts/omissions of the excursion supplier. Please note that in relation to all excursions Cunard is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage, or injury sustained by you unless such loss, damage or injury arises out of a breach of legal duty of Cunard.

    TRAVEL INSURANCE
    Before booking any activity excursions it is essential that you ensure your travel insurance extends to cover the specified activity. It is your responsibility to obtain adequate insurance.

    This excursion will operate by coach and on foot and is not guided, but will be escorted by a hostess. Sun-loungers and umbrellas are available for hire and are payable direct. Please ensure that you take adequate sun-protection with you. Guests are advised that, for safety reasons, t-shirts and inflatable armbands should not be worn whilst using the water slides. The journey to the Waterpark takes approximately 45 minutes.

    Tour code

    BCN_010

    Features

    • Activity high

      Activity Level: High

    • Family

      Especially suitable for families

    Duration

    6½ hours

  • A Modernist Evening in Barcelona

    This modernist tour includes an exclusive visit to the Hospital de Sant Pau, one of the modernist jewels of Barcelona.

    A Modernist Evening in Barcelona

    Your evening tour begins with an exterior visit to Barcelona’s most unique attraction, the Church of Sagrada Familia. Although, incomplete, the church is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is something not to be missed.

    The former Hospital de Sant Pau is another UNESCO World Heritage Site and complex designed by the influential Catalan modernist architect Lluís Domènech i Montane in the early 1900s. Previously a fully functioning hospital, this remarkable complex has now been restored as a museum and cultural centre. During your visit, you’ll see the main rooms of the Administration Pavilion and the Sant Rafael Pavilion, whose lovingly restored interiors are once again as they were conceived at the start of the 20th century.

    A network of underground tunnels takes you out to the gardens, where you can admire the fascinating architecture and exterior of the buildings including domes, roofs, façades, sculptures and stained glass windows.

    Enjoy a photograph stop at the modernist building of Casa Batlo and some free time at the Passeig de Gracia boulevard, before returning to your ship.

    This tour will operate by coach and on foot. There is approximately 1½ hours of walking involved on this tour, including steps. Due to parking restrictions, there is a 15 minute walk each way to the Sagrada Familia.

    Tour code

    BCN_332

    Features

    • Activity medium

      Activity Level: Medium

    Duration

    4 hours

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