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The city of Reus, with 107,000 inhabitants, is well known for its modernist heritage, the most important in the province of Tarragona. The city is the birthplace of Gaudí and a place chosen by numerous renowned architects, such as Lluís Domènech and Mo
Hiking Costa Brava is a tour that you mustn’t lose. The best day trip nearby Barcelona with a private tour is Hiking Costa Brava furthermore it is an oder way of tourism. In order to feel more confortable we take you from your Hotel in Barcelona. Tour
Prades Mountains are a natural area located in Baix Camp region and in nearby Costa Dorada. Their proximity to the sea, only 30 km away, gives them their name ‘Mountains of Costa Dorada’. The typical Mediterranean forest is full of beautiful landscapes
Tours and Excursions in Catalonia There are several reasons that push people to visit our sacred mountain: the contact with nature, the spectacle of its singular monoliths, the devotion to the Moreneta, Virgin of Montserrat, the exaltation of the Catal
Prades is a small village in the Baix Camp region, located in the heart of the Prades Mountains. Its natural environment and the tranquility that surrounds it make it an ideal destination for family getaways or day trips. Prades is well known as the “v
A day trip to discover the wonderful city of Girona and its exceptionally well-preserved old Jewish Quarter Girona is one of the most charming and interesting cities in Catalonia, with more than 2000 years of history visible in its two fortified enclos
4 hours (that you can extend to 5 or 6 hours) allow us to see the most relevant places in Barcelona. The tour will vary depending on if we do it with a vehicle with a driver or by foot/taxi: With a vehicle and driver we will visit the Montjuïc Mountain
A marvelous tour discovering one of the most beautiful old towns of Catalonia, Besalú (from the 10th century), capital of a county, where we can visit the palace of the count, its jewish quarter, his romanesque bridge and all its chapels and churches.
We climb to the summit of Pedraforca from the pretty tiny village of Gósol. The path will lead us through pine forests and scree, passing below the imposing limestone walls, to the Enforcadura. We’ll scramble up to the top of of Pedraforca, at 2,506 m.
Reus, capital of Baix Camp region, has 107,000 inhabitants. Reus became the second largest city in Catalonia in the 18th and 19th centuries due to its industrial and commercial activity, based on liquors, spirits and vermouths, the textile industry and